Christie Davidson

Christie Davidson, Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapist


Christie completed a bachelor’s degree in Health Promotion where her passion for helping others came to fruition. She went on to complete her Master of Occupational Therapy at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2017.

Christie moved to Vancouver BC shortly after graduating and fell in love with the mountain views and outdoor activities so much that she now calls it home.

Christie has extensive experience working as a community -based OT providing services in; Return-to-Work (RTW) planning, ergonomic interventions, pain management, physical and cognitive rehabilitation, hospital discharge planning, homecare assessment and modifications, and prescription of ADL equipment that spans across numerous settings and client populations. She has worked with clients who experience chronic pain, with mental health conditions (anxiety, depression and PTSD), MTBI/Concussion and a wide variety of soft tissue and orthopedic issues as well as geriatrics. She is very passionate and caring towards her clients and focuses on client-centered goals and improving quality of life while using evidence-based practice. She has worked with WorkSafe BC, ICBC and private insurance companies. Christie’s primary interest is chronic pain, brain injury, hospital discharge planning, homecare assessment as well as helping the geriatric population. She provides Home Health, Mental Health and Return to Work services for clients living in Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey and the North Shore.

When not working, Christie enjoys spending time with her dog, hiking, camping, swimming, skiing and enjoying local eateries.


  • Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP) certified
  • Concussion Management Workshop (Level 1) with Shannon McGuire
  • Cambridge Brain Sciences (CBS) & Comprehensive Cognitive Assessment
  • Evidence Informed Management of Headaches and Concussions
  • Participatory Principles in Ergonomics, Health and Wellness
  • Best Practice Pain Management; Pain BC
  • Person in pain; A lived experience perspective
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (Level 1) with CAOT

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