Brent Armstrong

Brent Armstrong

Member since
1998
Language(s)
English
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Gender
Male
Practice Area
Disability/Case Management, Injury Rehabilitation/Exercise Therapy

I graduated in 1990 from Queen’s University with a degree in Kinesiology and MacArthur College in 1992 with an Education Degree. I have completed numerous post-graduate courses in ergonomics, job analysis, functional assessment, and disability management. Over the past 25 years I have worked with employers of all sizes and in an array of industries to implement ergonomics, injury prevention, and disability management programs. I have owned and managed several rehabilitation centres providing multi-disciplinary programming for injured and disabled populations; including musculoskeletal injury, neurological conditions, mental health issues, and chronic pain. Ergonomics projects have ranged from small department and workstation analysis to publishing a nation-wide ergonomics program for the National Seafood Sector Council. Currently, I complete Functional Capacity Evaluations, Job Demands Analyses, Risk Identification Audits and I provide injury prevention seminars and programs for employers. I have received training with Matheson and Associates, CBI Health Group and Metriks Education in Functional Capacity Evaluation. I am a course instructor in Functional Capacity Evaluation for CBI Health Group and the Lead Quality Assurance Reviewer for Functional Capacity Evaluations in British Columbia.

I have been accepted as an expert witness in the Supreme Court of British Columbia for the purposes of work capacity and functional evaluation, disability determination and cost of care.

CBI Health Centre - Courtenay

Unit 103 - 780 Grant Avenue, Courtenay, BC, V9N 2T3, Canada

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