Kim Furlong

Owner & Lead Physiotherapist

Kim earned her Bachelor of Science degree in physiotherapy, and subsequently her Master of Science degree also in physiotherapy, from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia. She has now accumulated over 30 years professional experience in public and private sectors of healthcare both in Canada and USA. She is a Clinical Adjunct at the School of Physiotherapy at Dalhousie University, and has also held the position of Clinical Coordinator of Physiotherapy in the Faculty of Medicine at MUN.

Kim has completed extensive postgraduate training in her speciality fields; earning her Vestibular Competency Certificate from Emory University in Atlanta Georgia. She also has advanced training in Concussion Management, and has used these particular skills to facilitate many athletes, workers, and victims of road traffic accidents to return to their respective sport or occupation after trauma.

Kim also has extensive experience in inter-disciplinary health care and teamwork, student clinical education coordination and non-profit organization development and management. Her career has provided opportunities to work in both public and private, urban, rural and community settings with multiple disciplines, agencies and varied age groups.  She is an effective communicator, with excellent skills in leadership, project management and problem solving. She is passionate about her work and providing evidence based client centered care for her patients.


  • Masters of Science Degree - Physiotherapy, Dalhousie, Nova Scotia (2000)

  • Bachelor of science Degree - Physiotherapy, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia (1988)


  • Owner & Lead Physiotherapist, NL Balance & Dizziness Centre, St. John’s, NL. (2016-present)

  • School of Physiotherapy Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Adjunct Professor (Clinical) (2015-2018)

  • Memorial University of Newfoundland,  St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. Clinical Education Coordinator Physiotherapy  (2009-2017)

  • Dynamic Physiotherapy Services, St. John’s, Newfoundland & Labrador. Physiotherapist (2008-2016)

  • Physical Therapist, Camp No Limits, No Limits Limb Loss Foundation. Wales, Maine, USA (2005-2014)

  • Maine General Medical Center, Waterville, Maine, US (1998-2008) Physical Therapist

  • Health Care Corporation of St. John’s, St. John’s Newfoundland

    Senior Physiotherapist (1991-1998)

  • St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital, St. John’s, Newfoundland

    Physiotherapist (1988-1991)


  • Physiotherapist for “CAMP NO LIMITS” whose purpose is to provide therapy, education and resources to children and their families living with limb loss.

Continuing Education

  • Advanced Management of Post-Concussion Syndrome (R2P Concussion) (2017)

  • Concussion Health Summit (Concussion Health) (2017)

  • ImPACT Concussion Certified Physical Therapist (ImPACT Applications) (2017)

  • Concussion Management (Ottawa, ON) (2016)

  • Dr. Rocabado Cranio-Fascial Pain Management (St. John’s, NL) (2014)

  • Vestibular Competency Certification (Los Angeles, California) (2013)

  • Concussion Management (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan) (2012)

  • Connecting Inter-professional Education and Practice (St. John’s, NL) (2011)

  • Advanced Vestibular Rehab (St. John’s, NL) (2010)

  • Inter-professional Education (Halifax, NS) (2009)

  • Walk-Aide by Innovative Neurotronics (Waterville, ME) (2007)

  • C-leg Road Show by Ottobock (Bangor, ME) (2005)

  • Advanced Amputee Gait (Robert Gailey, Portland, ME) (2004)

  • Member Mount Merici School Fund Raising Committee (2003-2007)

  • Amputee Rehab  (Robert Gailey, Chicago, IL) (2003)

  • Founder/President Waterville Amputee Support Group (2002-2007)

  • Vestibular Rehab (Faye Horak, Halifax, NS) (1998)

  • Advanced NDT Gait Certification (Halifax, NS) (1997)

  • NDT Certification (Winnipeg, Manitoba) (1995)

  • Spinal Cord Injury Management (RIC, Chicago, IL) (1993)

  • Rheumatology Management (Toronto, ON) (1990)

  • Chedoke-McMaster Stroke Evaluation (Kelly Gowland, Halifax, NS) (1989)

  • Phsyiotherapist & Member St. John’s Parkinsons Disease Association (1988-1998)