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From Drummondville, Karen received her Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Sherbrooke in 2013. She joined the Atlas Physio team in August 2013. Her interest in vestibular disorders and musculoskeletal injuries related to sports quickly oriented her towards the Physio Atlas team. Karen expressed a desire to participate in the advancement of the profession through involvement in physiotherapy research by her association with Guillaume Léonard, pht, PhD, as a research assistant. She also continues her research project related to the effects of electromagnetic fields on the pain that has been the subject of a presentation in 2013 at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) conference. In addition, she received a recognition award at the Symposium of the School of Rehabilitation in April 2013.
Native of Sherbrooke, Simon graduated from the University of Sherbrooke in 2012. Outdoors and soccer passionat, his interest in sport led him to follow various sports and team events (Football Baron Half Marathon in Sherbrooke, ultimate Frisbee tournaments). In addition to his interest in sports, Simon is interested in problems related to the jaw since the beginning of his practice.
Graduated from McGill University in 1995, Eric then moved to Sherbrooke, where he opened his own clinic in 1996. Since the beginning of his practice, he has developed expertise in manual therapy. He completed his level 3 manual therapy AQPMO and made numerous courses within the School of Osteopathic Academy Still of Quebec. In 2005 he founded Physio Atlas Clinic with François Auray and has since then became one of the pioneering physiotherapy clinic in the region . Examples of this include the innovative spirit of clinical involvement as partner of the Centre for Research on aging and in several research programs. In addition a rehabilitation gym is also part of the clinic. Eric has also demonstrated his passion for teaching. He is a lecturer (Chargé de cours) at the School of Rehabilitation of the University of Sherbrooke since its establishment in 2007.
From Sherbrooke, Simon is a physiotherapist at Physio Atlas since he graduated from the Université of Laval in 2008. His passion for football, the sport he practiced until college, led him to become involved with different teams in the region (Staxx Chiefs, Mitchell-Montcalm). In addition, his involvement in various research projects with the University of Sherbrooke shows his passion for the profession.
Born in Windsor, Pierre is a graduate of the University of Sherbrooke in sport and physical activity (1991) and the University of Montreal in Physiotherapy (1994). Since September 2011, he practiced at the Physio Atlas clinic part time. He spends most of his professional time to teach Physical Rehabilitation at the Cégep de Sherbrooke and in physiotherapy at the School of Rehabilitation of the University of Sherbrooke.
Originally from La Pocatière, Jessica left Bas St-Laurent in favor of the Estrie to pursue her volleyball career and start her college studies. With an AA player ranking, she earned a place in the university’s Gold and Green team while studying biomechanics. After two years, she elected to focus on physiotherapy. Rehabilitation and sporting excellence have always been complementary fields of interest, which reinforced her passion for physiotherapy even further. She has been a physiotherapist at Montérégie since 2017, working in the Mont-St-Hilaire clinic. Her interests include: Manipulative therapy Sports physiotherapy Her interests include: Treatment of the peripheral nerves First responder at sporting events
Originaire de New Richmond en Gaspésie, Émile a gradué à la Maîtrise en physiothérapie en 2015 à l’Université Laval. Son parcours l’amène à diversifier ses techniques et user de créativité afin de personnaliser ses interventions. Il favorise une approche participative, impliquant ses clients dans toutes les phases de leur réadaptation, pour ainsi répondre à leurs besoins et attentes. Étant lui-même actif, il souhaite transmettre son intérêt afin de promouvoir la santé des jeunes et moins jeunes. Il s’intéresse particulièrement aux troubles de la mâchoire, aux douleurs liées à la course à pied ainsi qu’au positionnement sur vélo. Formation Continue : ConnectTherapy & the Thoracic Ring Approach – The Thorax, LJ Lee, 2016 Nouveautés dans la prévention des blessures en course à pied, Blaise Dubois, 2017 Gestion des facteurs psychosociaux dans la pratique clinique, par Michael Sullivan, 2017 Approche crânienne en thérapie manuelle, niveau 1, par Myriam Hobbs, 2017 Articulation temporo-mandibulaire : Formation de base en évaluation et traitement de l’ATM en physiothérapie, par l’OPPQ, 2018 Bike PT Bronze, par Eric Moen et Physio Vélo, 2018 Formation à venir : Quadrant Inférieur 2, par l’AQPMO Articulation temporo-mandibulaire et désordres cranio-oraux-faciaux: Approches en physiothérapie, par l’OPPQ
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