dr Julia Alleyne

Clinician – Educator – Consultant

In the News — Rio 2016: How do athletes hurt themselves? A look sport-by-sport

From the Global News item: “I would say the majority of them have had some kind of injury,” said Dr. Lee Schofield, who is currently in Rio as part of the Canadian Olympic core medical team. Dr. Julia Alleyne, a former chief medical director for the Canadian team in several Olympics,
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CORE LOW BACK TOOL 2016 Launched

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/core-back-tool-2016-launched-julia-alleyne?trk=prof-post CORE BACK TOOL 2016  is the new and improved version that has been updated by Primary care clinicians for clearer pathways for clinical decision making with integrated evidence based references. As
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Exercise can boost brain power especially in aging !

Check out this quick review of the literature posted on BJSM Blog from the McGill University MOOC. ow.ly/YPH9E    
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2015 Most Influential Women in Sport List

Thank you to the Canadian Association for the Advancement of Women and Sport and Physical Activity (CAAWS) for honouring my work with the 2015 Pan American Games on their Most Influential Women 2015 List. Congratulations to my colleagues on the list – You are my Role Models! Mos
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