Shiajan Constantine – Physiotherapist
Shiajan completed her Bachelor of Business administration degree from UNB in 2009. With an unexpected injury in the final year of business, she found herself requiring physiotherapy. It was here she found her passion for working with those with injuries and mobility challenges.
Shiajan graduated from Dalhousie University with her Master of Science, Physiotherapy degree in October 2015. During her Physiotherapy degree she participated in recreational sports while also raising a family with two young boys. Shiajan gained experience and knowledge in more complicated musculoskeletal conditions, orthopaedic injuries and neuro-rehabilitation (spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke, traumatic brain injuries). She has experience with paediatric neuro-rehabilitation (Infant/toddler gross motor assessment and milestones, NICU, cerebral palsy, torticollis and plagiocephaly) having spent a clinical placement at the Moncton hospital in the Pediatric department. She also has experience with extramural physiotherapy in home and school consultations with paediatrics and geriatrics.
Her special interests are in paediatric prevention, orthopaedics, and special needs. Additionally she currently holds certificates in neuro-proprioceptive taping (K taping). She plans to continue her postgraduate education.