Ostéopathie du village de Pointe-Claire
I started studying osteopathy in 2009 after more than twenty years as a massage therapist and kinesitherapist. This decision was taken after several years of personal reflections and plenty of encouragement from my clients.
I started in the field of manual therapy in 1991 after researching various careers and an accident to my good eye. This accident opened up my eyes! Joke, but true. A retinal tear to my one good eye is a sobering enlightment. Studies at Concordia University in exercise science followed by University of Quebec in health sciences helped me to understand and acquire respect for the human body, its senses, movement, anatomy and function. Its’ study is perpetual. One must love to study, despite the obstacles we impose ourselves. Volunteering at the Lucie Bruneau Rehabilitation Centre in Montreal also helped me to understand this domain and its strengths.
It is with pleasure that I welcome you into my office to treat you to the best of my knowledge and to eliminated or reduced your pain.
278 Chemin du Bord-du-Lac, Pointe-Claire, QC H9S 4K9, Canada