User:Jennifer Lohmus

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I am a motivated physiotherapist that has studied at four universities across the world and would like to bridge the gap between knowledge in the field of physiotherapy internationally. Each country practices a bit differently and has knowledge that does not always make it overseas but could answer questions for practitioners or help a patient with a difficult case.


Jennifer Lohmus

About Me

I am a passionate physiotherapist who would like to contribute as much as I can to the field. I have an interest in musculoskeletal, neurological, women's health, and sports physiotherapy. My passion stemmed from the curiosity at a young age to explore human movement. As a ballet dancer converted into sea kayaker I appreciate the balance between mobility and stability through strength. I am constantly learning how to overcome physical obstacles due to my interest in adrenaline sports such as downhill skiing, climbing, hiking, and kayaking. I believe with safe progression, the body has an exceptional capacity for physical activity.


La Trobe University - Master's of Physiotherapy Practice

University of British Columbia - Unclassified Student

- Completed 4th Year Pulmonary Physiology of Exercise Course and Master's Level Neuroanatomy

University of Western Ontario - Bachelor of Arts with Honours Specialization in Kinesiology

Victoria University - Exchange Student in Exercise Science

Professional Affiliations

Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) - Student Member

British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) - Non-Practicing Member


Holmes SA, Lohmus J, McKinnon S, Mulla A, Heath M. Distinct Visual Cues Mediate Aperture Shaping for Grasping and Pantomime-Grasping Tasks. Journal of Motor Behavior. 2013;45(5):431-9. (accessed 15 June 2018).