BSc, BScPT, MSc, PhD
Dr. Gabison’s teaching focus in the MScPT and OIEPB curriculum relates to electrophysical agents, wound prevention and management. Her PhD examined the role of trunk function and pressure offloading and its effect on tissue health in wheelchair users who sustained a spinal cord injury.
Inspired by both her professional and personal life, Dr. Gabison advocates for individuals living with disabilities.
Research & Scholarly Activities
Dr. Gabison’s interdisciplinary research focuses on the development of rehabilitation technology for the prevention of pressure injuries and the development of educational tools for caregivers and individuals at risk of developing pressure injuries. Her research is based out of Toronto Rehabilitation – University Health Network with the Home and Community Team.
- Electrotherapy content delivery across the MScPT curriculum, including units 1/2, 3, 6 and 10.
- Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, Department of Physical Therapy, University of Toronto
- Hallisey Affiliate Scientist in Pressure Injury and Homecare Research, Toronto Rehab – University Health Network