Anne Taillon-Hobson, PT
For 32 years, Anne Taillon-Hobson has been a passionate practicing physiotherapist in Ottawa and has had the pleasure of treating patients ranging from babies to seniors. Her career began in pediatrics at the Ottawa Children’s Treatment Centre and the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).
Her skills thereafter embraced orthopedic practice where she earned a Certificate in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2000. She then completed a thesis-based Master’s degree in motor control from University of Ottawa (M.Sc. H.K.) in 2010, followed by a Certificate in Medical Acupuncture from McMaster University in 2017.
Anne is also a research assistant at the Bruyère Research Institute having worked in virtual reality for rehabilitation and currently in remotely-supervised telerehabilitation physiotherapy. Anne also has clinical training in dry needling, concussion physiotherapy, vestibular care, GLAD for osteoarthritis as well as Bone Fit for osteoporosis.
Attentive listening and client-centered dialogue help Anne to create a comfortable environment in which clients can express and achieve their physiotherapeutic goals.