Community Teaching and Consulting
Winter 2014 – “Aquatic Exercise for Seniors: What’s the Evidence? , Senior’s Health Division Newsletter, Canadian Physiotherapy Association
October 2014 - The Effects Of Aquatic Therapy On Mobility Functions Of Individuals With Neurological Diseases: A Systematic Review Of Literature Revealing Gaps In Evidence In Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Aquatic Rehabilitation. Poster presenter:A. Buzelli-Marinho. UHN’s 6th National Spinal Cord Injury Conference
September 2014 – “Aquatic Exercise for Individuals with Osteoporosis”, OsteoCircuit website.
January 2013 – “Methods to Evaluate the Effect of a 6 Month Aquatic Exercise Program on Bone Geometry in Women with Established Osteoporosis”, poster presentation at UHN Current Concepts in Balance & Activity Conference, Toronto
March 2012 – “Low Back Pain? Sit in the Pool!”, APTEI Newsletter
January 2012 – “Aquatic Exercise After Breast Cancer”, Oncology Division Newsletter, Canadian Physiotherapy Association
Program Consultant, Group Instructor, Aquatics Department, City of Mississauga, 2004 to present
November 2011 – Benefits of Aquatic Exercise after Breast Cancer Diagnosis, Huron Park Community
September 2011 – Advantages to Aquatic Exercise for Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis, Huron Park Community Centre, Mississauga,
November 2010 – Aquatic Exercise for Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis, Multiple Sclerosis Group, Mississauga
March 2010 – Aquatic Exercise for Individuals with Fibromyalgia, Mississauga Fibromyalgia Group, Heartland Centre
March 2009 – Practicum Leader for triOS College, Physical Therapy Assistant Program, Huron Park Community Centre
2005 – Staff Back Education, Oaklands Regional Hospital, Oakville, four times per year, 2000-2005
1996 – Staff Back Education, Runnymede Chronic Care Hospital, Toronto, two times per year, 1994-1996
PEER REVIEWED ABSTRACT ACCEPTED FOR PRESENTATION AT SCIENTIFIC MEETINGS
Bonnyman A, Webber CE, Stratford PW, *MacIntyre NJ. Intra-rater reliability of dual energy X-ray absorptiometry-based measures of vertebral height and consistency of vertebral deformity classification in postmenopausal women. American Society for Bone and Mineral Research 2011 annual meeting. September 1620, San Diego, CA.
*Bonnyman A, Webber CE, Stratford PW, MacIntyre NJ. Are DXA-based measures of vertebral height reliable? Canadian Physiotherapy Association 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting. July 14-17, Whistler, BC. (poster)
*Bonnyman A, Webber CE, MacIntyre NJ. Isometric Back Extensor Strength is Associated with Vertebral Body Geometry. Ontario Physiotherapy Association 2011 Annual Scientific Meeting InterACTION, April 9, Ottawa, ON (poster)
*MacIntyre NJ, Bennett L, Bonnyman A, Stratford PW. Application of the generalizability theory for determining inter-rater and inter-trial reliability of spine curvature measures in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis of the spine using the flexicurve ruler and digital inclinometer. Arthritis & Rheumatism 2010:62(10):S547-8. (poster)
PEER REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS
Intra-rater Reliability of DXA-based Vertebral Height Measures in Women with Osteoporosis, McMaster School of Rehabilitation Science, Poster Presentation, June 8, 2011.
Lumbar Spine Geometry and Back Extensor Strength, McMaster School of Rehabilitation Science, Research Rounds,
March 9, 2011.
Intra-rater Reliability DXA-based Vertebral Height Measures in Women with Osteoporosis, Centre for Appendicular MRI Studies (CAMRIS) Bone Scholars Meeting, Hamilton, December 9, 2010.