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.