This physiotherapist can perform the following activities:
|CATEGORY||STATUS||START DATE||END DATE|
|Independent Practice 4M||Active||2/7/2012||6/7/2012|
* All registered physiotherapists have a set of minimum terms, conditions and limitations on their certificates of registration to ensure that they are legally able to work in Canada; that they have enough practice hours to maintain their clinical skills: and that require them to be tested periodically to ensure they understand the rules that govern practice.
Christine Zimmermann, Registration Number 14717
On August 9, 2018 the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee referred a matter involving Christine Zimmermann to the Discipline Committee for a hearing. The dates for the hearing will be posted once they have been confirmed. Once completed, a summary of the panel’s decision will be posted on the public register and the decision will be made available on Canlii (www.canlii.org).
Overview of the Allegations
The allegations refer to the following headings of professional misconduct:
1. At all material times Christine Zimmermann was a registered Member of the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario.
2. During the period from January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2016, Ms. Zimmermann engaged in professional misconduct within the meaning of the following paragraphs of section 1 of the Professional Misconduct Regulation, 0.Reg. 388/08:
a. paragraph 1 (failing to maintain the standards of practice of the profession);
b. paragraph 18 (engaging in conduct or performing an act relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional);
c. paragraph 26 (failing to keep records in accordance with the standards of practice of the profession);
d. paragraph 32 (submitting an account or charge for service that the member knows or ought to know is false or misleading);
e. paragraph 34 (charging a fee that is excessive in relation to the service performed);
f. paragraph 40 (continuing treatment of a patient where it is no longer indicated, has ceased to be effective or is unnecessary); and
g. paragraph 41 (failing to supervise in accordance with the standards of practice of the profession).
|START DATE||END DATE||CLINIC NAME||ADDRESS||PHONE||USES SUPPORT PERSONNEL|
|Progressive Sports Medicine||1179 Northside Road
Burlington, Ontario L7M 1H5
|+1 (905) 336-7707||Yes|
|Elite Performance Center||3466 Mainway
Burlington, Ontario L7M 1A8
|+1 (905) 335-3722||Yes|
|Total Health Link||3015-C New St.
Burlington, Ontario L7R 1K3
|+1 (905) 333-4888||Yes|