Phone: 905-525-9140 ext. 22685
Office: IAHS Rm. 420
Prof. Graham is an Assistant Professor in the School of Rehabilitation Science. Her current academic interests are assisting with the development of the revised curriculum, advancing interprofessional education for students within FHS, teaching within the PT curriculum through various roles in Problem-based Learning and Clinical Lab, professional competencies for PT and MD students and Admissions.
Prof. Graham is a member of the Cervical Overview Group which is an international and multidisciplinary team of reviewers conducting and maintaining systematic reviews on conservative treatment for neck disorders.
Prof. Graham is not currently accepting graduate students.
Dufour S, Bernard S, Murray-Davis B, Graham N. Establishing best practice principles for the conservative management of pregnancy-related diastasis rectus abdominis: results of a Delphi consensus study. Submitted April 2018.
Kinley Dorji, Nadine Graham, Luciana Macedo, Janelle Gravesande, Patty Solomon. Ultrasound therapy as an adjuvant for treatment of neck pain: systematic review. PROSPERO 2018 CRD42018095521 Available from: http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.php?ID=CRD42018095521.
Langevin P, Jacques M, Bureau Morin V, Laliberte F, Gross A, Graham N etal. Manipulation and mobilisation for neck pain contrasted against another active treatment. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews December 2018 [submitted].
Graham N, Szeto G, Gross A, Goldsmith CH, Woo A, Sze KT, Wong KM, Mok KP, Hui MY, Lam YS, Shanthanna H, Gelley G. Acupuncture as an adjuvant for neck pain. PROSPERO Centre for Reviews and Dissemination University of York, UK, Title Registration 2017.
Graham N, Gross A, Goldsmith CH, Szeto G etal. Mechanical Traction for Neck Pain with or without radiculopathy: A Cochrane Review Update National Orthopaedic Symposium. London, Ontario, Canada.October 2017.