March 16, 2022 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
ZOOM & Northmount Baptist Church Hall
451 Northmount Dr NW Calgary AB

What is a Physiatrist?

Dr. Plamondon will describe the medical specialty of Physiatry, a physiatrist’s role in the care of persons with neuropathy, and when a referral to one should be considered.  She will also share information on physiatry resources in Southern Alberta.

On-line Registration

This event will also be available via zoom meeting.

Click here to register for this meeting on-line.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

In Person Registration

Space is limited.  Those wishing to attend the event in person MUST email Linda@CalgaryNeuropathy.com (or call) to prior to March 16th. 

In-person attendees are required to:

    • Preregister with Linda
    • Provide proof of vaccination or negative COVID test at the door
    • Sign in to the event
    • Wear masks while in NBC
    • Adhere to social distancing

Please Note: there will be no coffee or refreshments, bring your own.


Dr. Stephanie Plamondon, MD, FRCPC is a Clinical Associate Professor in
the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Calgary, member of
Hotchkiss Brain Institute and Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research and
Education. Dr. Plamondon trained in Human Kinetics at the University of
Windsor in Ontario, completing her MD and PM&R residency at McMaster
University. She is a former program director for the PM&R Residency Training
program, PMR Quality Improvement lead, and member of the Cumming School
of Medicine Health Humanities Committee at the University of Calgary. She has
also led the Calgary zone certified Music therapy inpatient program for the last 5
years, and obtained certification in Patient Safety and Quality management,
creating and currently co-chairing the Division Patient Safety and Quality Council.
Her area of clinical practice is Adult Neuromuscular Rehabilitation.

Meeting Format

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CNA webinars are limited to 100 participants. Note: This meeting will be recorded. 

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    2. Please keep your questions general, as the speaker cannot address personal health concerns.
    3. No abuse will be tolerated, anyone being abusive or intolerant will be removed from the webinar.

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What is a Physiatrist? with Dr. Stephanie Plamondon

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