Laura Graham, PhD

Assistant Professor

Room 1442, EC
519 661-2111 x88935
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  • MPT, PhD (Western)
  • BKIH (Acadia)

Research in Profile

Professor Graham is currently helping to develop and evaluate two interventions for adults with mTBI. The first is BrainEx90, which is a circuit training-style therapy that covers self-management exercises, vision rehabilitation, vestibular rehabilitation, balance and core stability, cardiovascular training, and cognitive rehabilitation.  The second is MyBrainPacer™ App, which is a symptom self-management tool to support people with mTBI through planning and pacing activities.

Teaching Areas

  • Physiotherapy Foundations: Theory and science
  • Rehabilitation of neurological and complex chronic conditions
  • Vision rehabilitation post-concussion/mTBI

Additional Information

Featured Publications and Projects

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Academic Appointments and Research Affiliations


  • Teaching Award, School of Physical Therapy, Western University, 2017
  • Nan Phillipson Award for Excellence in Teaching Assistants, Western University, 2013

Professional Activities

  • Member, College of Physiotherapists of Ontario
  • ​Physiotherapist, Parkwood Institute, St. Joseph’s Health Care London​