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B.Sc. PT, M.Sc. PT, PHT, MOPPQ
Catherine Laguë is a physical therapist graduate of l’Université de Montréal’s faculty of medicine. She obtained her bachelor of science in physical therapy in 2012 and the following year went on to accomplish her professional master degree. She speaks English and French. Her interest in physical therapy does not date back to yesterday. Before starting her university education, Catherine had acquired knowledge in the field of physical therapy.
She specializes in orthopaedic sports physical therapy, as well as in manual therapy, motor control and analysis of runners.
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B.Sc. PT, M.Sc. PT, PHT, MOPPQ
Annie-Claude Hogue is a physical therapist who graduated from the faculty of medicine at Université de Montréal in 2011, the first cohort of the professional master in physical therapy. She speaks fluent English and French and has functional knowledge of Spanish. She also learned a few words of safi-safi while doing an international cooperation project in Senegal in 2007. Marked by that experience abroad, she decides to participate in another international cooperation project in Bolivia during her graduate studies. She then put to use her knowledge to improve the quality of the treatments in a Bolivian institution. She took great satisfaction from the improvements in patients’ quality of life brought by the project. She wrote her master’s thesis following this mission. Its subject was about optimization of rehabilitation knowledge transfer in international cooperation.
Being a gymnast, Annie-Claude stayed active in her sport as a coach for many years. She worked to upgrade the pre-competitive program of her gymnastics club. She used her knowledge in physiotherapy and in the sports in general to help and guide her gymnasts. She was also involved as a physiotherapist for the McGill University Martlets women’s ice hockey team. Following her involvements in gymnastics and hockey, her passion for sports’ physical therapy was clear to her. Following through with her passion, she specialised in orthopaedic physical therapy, as well as in manual therapy and in motor control. Staying updated with the evidences in the sports’ physical therapy is a priority in Annie-Claude’s practice. She’s always looking to improve her knowledge and push her abilities to the best of the evidence available.
After 7 years away from competition, Annie-Claude returned to gymnastics training in 2010. Her aim was to compete at the Masters 2011, which reunites ex-gymnasts. She succeeded in her return to gymnastics, winning silver medals at vault and uneven bars. Other than gymnastics, Annie-Claude practices yoga, pilates, running and skiing. You can also find her with her teammates on an ultimate frisbee field.
Annie-Claude is passionate about travelling, and loves discovering different countries. Within her favourite destinations, we can mention the island of Corsica and the city of London, in which she worked 6 months. She also fell in love with Latin culture during trips to Costa Rica, Bolivia and Peru. Don’t hesitate to mention to her your last experience abroad, she’s definitely going to enjoy it!
B.Sc. PT, M.Sc. PT, PHT, MOPPQ
Marc-André Corriveau is a physical therapist who graduated from the faculty of medicine at Université de Montréal in 2011, the first cohort of the professional master in physical therapy. He easily speaks English, French and he is comfortable in Spanish. During his graduate studies in physical therapy, he participated in an international cooperation project in Bolivia to improve the local physical therapy health care. Following this mission, he decided to allocate his master’s thesis to the subject of optimization of knowledge transfer in international cooperation for rehabilitation in Bolivia.
Originally from La Prairie, he worked with local football and soccer teams as coach and he was a lifeguard and water safety instructor. Helping and counselling athletes is a recurrent theme for Marc-André. It is for this reason that, he specialised his practice in orthopaedic sports physical therapy, evaluation of running, in manual therapy and as well as in motor control. Marc-André is always in search of more knowledge and his curiosity is wide. The continuing education courses offered by l’Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ), the orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) and the conferences he followed make his clinical practice evidence based, optimal and updated. To date, he has completed the level II of manual therapy of the Association québécoise de physiothérapie manuelle orthopédique (AQPMO).
Himself an athlete, he often participates in different running competitions and frequently practices in cycling, swimming, snowboarding. You can also find him on the field with his ultimate Frisbee teams. Wishing to engage actively in promoting good health, Marc-André participates in many events and awareness campaigns like Leucan's shaved head challenge, and Movember's Moustaches for prostate cancer. Another place you may find him is at Héma-Québec making one of his frequent blood donations.
B.Sc. PT, PHT, MOPPQ
Céline Bisson is a physical therapist who graduated with distinction and on the Dean’s Honour Roll, from the faculty of medicine at Université de Montréal, in 2001. She speaks French and English.
Since her graduation she has always worked in the field of orthopaedic sports physical therapy. She is committed to staying abreast of new developments in her field, and strives to continuously improve her skills and maintain her knowledge up-to-date by attending professional conferences and taking part in various continuous education courses. This led her to specialize in manual therapy and motor control. To date, she has completed manual therapy levels E3 and V3 and has attended a number of training sessions pertaining to, among others, lumbar stabilization and shoulder complex. Céline puts her skilful expertise to worthy use by joining the medical team that supervises adventure races organized by Endurance Aventure.
Originally from Brossard, Céline developed into a remarkable gymnast reaching the elite level. Over a period of more than 10 years, she took part in numerous international competitions. She succeeded in attaining the “Senior High Performance Level”, alongside the top athletes in the country. She finished 3rd at the balance beam event and ranked 6th overall at the 1996 Canadian Championships competition. Artistic Gymnastics allowed her to travel throughout Canada, the United States and even Russia. Following her early successes, she carried on as a competitive level trainer and choreographer of floor routines, allowing her to share and pass on her passion for the sport to a new generation.
In her spare time, Céline likes to remain active and her interests are quite diverse. Cycling, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, rock climbing and hiking are some of her favourite activities. She is also the mother to two energetic young boys who keep her extremely active!
B.Sc. PT, PHT, MOPPQ
Claude Bédard is a physical therapist and has graduated in 2001 from the faculty of medicine of the Université de Montréal. He speaks English, French and Spanish. He specializes in orthopaedic sports physical therapy, as well as in manual therapy and in motor control. He makes it a priority to stay up-to-date by regularly attending conventions and conferences of renowned specialists around the world.
His excellent abilities as a physical therapist have been recognised among elite athletes. Claude is the physical therapist for many sports teams and takes part in different tournaments. He has treated players of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) as well as football players from the Montreal Alouettes.
Since 1996, triathlon is his sport of predilection. Claude regularly competes as an athlete in events organised by Triathlon Québec as well as in cycling events of the Fédération Québécoise des Sports Cyclistes (FQSC). Mountain climbing and trekking are the main activities that influence his choice of destinations for his vacations. Searching for high summits, Claude has visited the New Zealand and European Alps, the Canadian and American Rockies, the Andes, the Pyrenees and the Sierra Nevada. With time, cross country skiing and adventure racing have also become a part of his life. In the past, Claude has competed in international soccer and badminton competitions as part of Team Quebec.
B.Sc. PT, PHT, OCS, MOPPQ
Christian Boddaert has been a physical therapist since 1992. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa and speaks French and English. Since his graduation, Christian has always worked in orthopaedic physiotherapy with a particular interest for manual therapy and the motor control of movements. This allows him to treat a vast range of orthopaedic injuries of a much diversified clientele, including athletes of all levels. At first working in Ontario, he then pursued his profession in orthopaedics in Naples and Fort Myers both in Florida. Since 2002, he has moved back to the Montreal region.
In the United States, Christian completed his post-graduate education in manual therapy with courses offered by the University of St-Augustine and the McKenzie Institute. In addition, he followed a series of courses offered by Mrs Shirley Sahrmann, PhD and her team for the evaluation and the treatment of motor control dysfunctions. Additionally, he obtained from the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) the accreditation of Orthopaedic Certified Specialist. Since his return, Christian has continued his training to reach the level III (E3-V3) in manual therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA).Christian competed in volleyball at the national level as captain of the Titans of the Limoilou College and as captain of Team Quebec. As well, he is an alumnus of the l’Université Laval’s Rouge et Or volleyball team. After those years of competition, he now got acquainted with golf, running, tennis and squash.
B.Sc.PT, M.Sc.A, PHT, MOPPQ
Joseph Kaldas is a physical therapist graduate of McGill University. He is fluent in English and French and can speak Arabic.
Joseph obtained his bachelor of science in physical therapy in 2002. He then went on to graduate studies at McGill University. His major interest of study was the brain’s ability to change. Through his involvement in academic research, Joseph has had the privilege of presenting his work at the 2002 Canadian Congress of Physical Therapy in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He also presented his work at the 2003 World Congress of Physical Therapy (WCPT) in Barcelona, Spain. In 2004, Joseph received his master of science applied in rehabilitation sciences with a thesis centred on physical therapy outcome measurements for vertigo and dizziness conditions.
Joseph is a physical therapist working in an orthopaedic setting. His major orthopaedic clinical interests are motor control and kinetic dysfunctions and the manual therapy treatment of injuries. Following the completion of his master’s degree, he continued working with conditions pertaining to vertigo, dizziness and the vestibular system. Through his years of practice, Joseph has always made it a priority to stay up-to-date with the scientific literature related to physical therapy treatment of orthopaedic conditions. This has lead him to follow many post-graduate continuing education courses offered by l’Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ) and the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), as well as courses offered by experts from countries such as England, Australia and the United States.
Outside of physical therapy, Joseph is a fan of winter. You will find him snowshoeing up the hills in the Montérégie and skiing down the slopes in the Eastern Townships. During his years as a student, he was a lifeguard and spent many summers teaching swimming and lifeguarding lessons.