Sharon Gabison, BSc, BScPT, MSc


Department of Physical Therapy
160-500 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, M5G 1V7

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Sharon Gabison is a Lecturer at the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Sharon joined the Department of Physical Therapy in 1995 as a teaching assistant for the electrotherapy component of the curriculum. She is currently completing her PhD at the University of Toronto at the Institute of Medical Sciences, examining the relationship of trunk control and the development of seated acquired pressure ulcers in patients with spinal cord injury. She holds an MSc in Rehabilitation Science, a BSc in Human Biology, and a BScPT from the University of Toronto.

E. N. Nussbaum, S. Gabison. Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness in Physical Therapy Research. Physiotherapy Canada.1996: 48(2).

E. N. Nussbaum, S. Gabison. Rebox II for the Treatment of Acute Inflammation in Human Skeletal Muscle. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 1998:  79(10), 1259-1264.

E.N. Nussbaum, S. Gabison. Ultrasound Dosage for the Treatment of Acute Inflammation. 1996: 48(2).

S Gabison and EL Nussbaum. Photodocumentation compared with tracing as a measure of wound healing. Physiother Can. 2010: 62(Suppl 1): 46โ€“47.

EN Nussbaum and S Gabison. Is there a role for physiotherapists in the management of chronic wounds? Physiother Can. 2010: 62(Suppl 1): 51.

Sharon's research is based out of Lyndhurst Centre, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute at the SCI Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratories and at the Muscle Function and Performance Laboratory at the Rehabilitation Sciences Building. Some of her research and clinical interests includes seating acquired pressure ulcers in spinal cord injury, trunk control in patients with spinal cord injuries, and ultrasound imaging. She currently works as a consultant in disability management and home care.

Electrotherapy content delivery across the MScPT curriculum, including units 1/2, 3, 5 and 8.

Lecturer, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto