Originally from the Montérégie region, Alexandre graduated from the physiotherapy program at the University of Sherbrooke in 2012. Now in the Mont-St-Hilaire and Beloeil with Physio Atlas since September 2014, he offers his patients and athletes from different levels high quality physiotherapy services. During his studies and early years of practice, Alexandre gained experience by following his passion in sports physiotherapy with teams from Rugby, Hockey, Football and Soccer. Clinically, he is particularly fond of the application of manual therapy while diversifying his techniques and approaches.
The promotion of physical therapy, its benefits and its accessibility is a professional goal that Alexandre dedicated himself through his involvement in the workplace and in the community. Conferences, professional development, continuous education, supervision of sporting events are all activities in which Alexander invest to promote physiotherapy and to benefit the population of the Montérégie region.
Continuous education and involvement:
Certified appraiser FMS (Functional Movement Screening Test)
First Responder sports (August 2012)
Manual therapy orthopedic AQPMO (Level 2)
Certified Specialist Running Clinic by Rider
Originally from Beauce, Josiane obtained her master’s degree in physiotherapy with a focus on business in 2018 at Université Laval. She played many sports throughout her studies, such as volleyball, soccer, and track and field. However, she concentrated on badminton during her university career, playing on the Rouge et Or team. It was her interest in sports, health and collaboration that led her to pursue a career as a physiotherapist.
In addition to her involvement in sports, Josiane also completed an International Internship in physiotherapy in Senegal while studying for her Master’s degree, during which she developed her interest and skills in pediatric physiotherapy.
Sports first responder
Manual therapy level 1: Clinical integration
Originally from Boucherville, Vicky completed her masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Sherbrooke in 2019. Having always been interested in healthcare, she chose rehabilitation so she could have a positive impact on the activities and well-being of her patients. Her passion for movement and for the functioning of the human body naturally steered her toward physiotherapy, where she favors a patient-centered, proactive approach.
Vicky has a wide variety of interests. She especially enjoys contemporary and ballroom dancing, yoga, rock climbing, the outdoors and musical theater. She was a choreographer for the musical theater troop at the University of Sherbrooke. Always in search of new challenges, she plans to apply her previous experience to a new troop in the Montreal area.
McKenzie Part A
Sports first responder
Motor control and exercise prescription
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