Christine Phinney is an experienced occupational therapist working at Pillars of Wellness. She provides assessment and rehabilitative services, support and intervention to clients who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents.
She has been a practitioner of Occupational Therapy for 17 years. Throughout her career, Christine has been working primarily in community-based rehabilitation with adult and older adult populations. Christine’s areas of practice have included assessment and treatment of clients with musculoskeletal, orthopedic, cognitive and psycho-emotional injuries.
Her current practice focuses on in-home functional assessments, including home safety/home accessibility, attendant care assessments, hospital discharge planning, cognitive function, coordination of care in the community, functional abilities evaluations, work-site assessments, return to work and activities of daily living, and implementing functional restoration and cognitive remediation and rehabilitation programs.
She is also a Certified Arcon Evaluator. Christine regularly participates in continuing education by attending conferences, courses and seminars to keep her education current and to further develop her skill set to perform evidence-based practice interventions with her clients.
Christine is duly qualified and fully registered to practice Occupational Therapy in the Province of Ontario. She holds active registration status with the College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario (COTO) and she is a member of the Ontario Society of Occupational Therapists (OSOT).
Christine graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and graduated with distinction with a Bachelor of Health Sciences Degree in Occupational Therapy from McMaster University.