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Dinah Hampson

• Medical team member for Winter and Summer Canada Games, Olympics, Special Olympics, Paralympic and Pan American games.

• Canadian National Fencing team physiotherapist and high-performance committee member 2011-2017.

• She was one of two therapists for the inaugural Youth Olympic Games 2010 in Singapore, Chief Therapist for the 2013 World University Games and Chief Therapist for the 2015 World University Games in Granada, Spain.

• Clinical teacher for both Canadian and International Physical Therapy students and Medical Doctor residents and fellows.



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"She’s been a strong collaborator for the Canadian Olympic team"

I strongly recommend Dinah Hampson for her professionalism, her innovative approaches and for her enthusiasm. She’s been a strong collaborator for the Canadian Olympic team over the years and a leader in her field at so many levels. 

— Eric, Chief of Sport, Canadian Olympic Committee

Dinah is an outstanding leader, innovator, and change maker. I am looking forward to her continued contributions to the physiotherapy, rehabilitation, and dance industries.

— Maggie Bergeron, BSc, MSc(PT) Co-Founder and CEO Embodia  

Dinah Hampson is a true innovator and leader in the field of physiotherapy. At a relatively early stage in her career, Dinah founded Pivot Sport Medicine and Orthopaedics and it has soared ever since. Dinah is a passionate teacher and mentor who welcomes physiotherapy students into her clinical world to develop their clinical skills and business acumen. 

— Sharon Switzer-McIntyre Associate Professor, Continuous Teaching Stream Program Director MScPT and OIEPB Programs

What is Dance Physiotheraphy?

It is a specialized form of physiotherapy that is specifically designed to address the unique needs of dancers.

Dance physiotherapy can help dancers prevent injuries, recover from injuries, and optimize their physical function to improve their dance performance.

Dance physiotherapists use a combination of manual therapy, exercise prescription, education, and performance enhancement techniques to help dancers achieve their goals and reach their full potential.


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