Physiotherapy is a widely recognized rehabilitation profession. All physiotherapists must be member of the Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec in order to practice their profession. Physiotherapy is indicated for a clientele of all ages and all physical activity levels. Physiotherapy combines orthopedic manual therapy techniques, muscle release techniques and specific therapeutic exercices. The use of electrotherapeutic modalities, ice, heat and taping complete the treatment. Our team follows continuous post-graduate training to offer you an advanced expertise and a unique, innovative and efficient rehabilitation experience.
Massage therapy combines a wide range of manual techniques to release muscle tensions, decrease pain, improve blood flow, optimize scar healing and improve sports performance and recovery. We offer you many expertises in massage therapy to meet your specific needs: - Swedish and therapeutic massage - Kinesitherapy - Sports massage - Integrated fasciatherapy - Deep tissue - Lomi lomi Our massage therapists will offer you an individualized treatment according to your needs and treatment objectives.
Osteopathy is a manual therapeutic method founded on a global body approach to treatement. The techniques aim to regulate and balance the nervous, circulatory, lymphatic and musculoskeletal systems. Osteopathy is beneficial for a wide variety of conditions such as: - Musculoskeletal conditions: back and neck pain, sciatica, tendinitis, sprain, migraine, arthritis, ligamentous instability. - Digestive problems - Pediatric conditions: congenital torticollis, difficulty nursing, moodiness, difficulty sleeping, and regurgitation. - Menstrual problems - Stress, anxiety, insomnia
Acupuncture is a form of energetic medicine treating the individual as a whole and taking into account the strenghts and weaknesses of the body. Acupuncture assumes the existence of a vital energy that circulates throughout the body. Disruption of the flow of this vital energy may cause pain or dysfunctions. The acupuncturist will work to reestablish the flow of energy within the body by inserting very fine needles to specific locations. Acupuncture is indicated for a wide variety of conditions: - Pain and musculoskeletal conditions: back and neck pain, tendinitis, bursitis, sprain, sciatica, torticolis, nevralgia, arthritis, headache, migraine. - General disorders: fatigue, stress, anxiety, insomnia, jet lag - Digestive disorders: slow digestion, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, lack of apetite. - Respiratory, circulatory and skin disorders - Endocrine disorders: menopause, menstrual cycle - During pregnancy: nausea, vomiting and other discomforts related to pregnancy
Kinesiology is the study of human movement and posture from a biomechanical, physiological and muscular optique. The kinesiologist is a health professional in physical activity. The kinesiologist will help you adopt and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle. They specialize in human movement for the purposes of rehabilitation, prevention and performance. The kinesiologist will start with a detailed fitness assessment and will then prepare a specific training program that you can perform on your own or at the clinic during private trainig sessions. No matter your objectives, a kinesiologist can help you attain your goals with a training program customized to your needs. Whether you are a beginner or advanced in physical training, in good health or have specific health conditions, the kinesiologist will take everything into consideration when working with you.