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Cliniques: Alonzo Clinic

Sandy Fakhry

University degrees:

  • Master’s degree in physiotherapy, University of Ottawa, 2018
  • Honours Bachelor in health sciences, University of Ottawa, 2014

Professional development/ Continuing education:

  • Mckenzie Approach, Part A (Lumbar region)
  • Sports first responder
  • CPR and first aid
  • Rehabilitation of vestibular disorders (Paquet, PhD)
  • Prevention of running injuries

Interests:

  • General orthopedic
  • Sports injuries
  • Mckenzie approach
  • Manual therapy 

Sports of interest:

  • Ski
  • Hiking
  • Badminton
  • Tennis

Other:

  • Trilingual (French, English, Arabic)

 

Brigitte Gauthier

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

  • Graduated in Physiotherapy at Laval University in 1992

POST-GRADUATE EDUCATION / COURSES

  • Sport Physiotherapy Diploma ( 2003 )
  • Intra muscular stimulation Diploma , Gunn IMS ( ISTOP 2007 )
  • Manual Therapy : E3/V3 and Lower and Upper Quadrant
  • Sports First Responder
  • Certified UASD ( Use of needles under the derm )

A NUMBER OF OTHER POST GRADUATE COURSES INCLUDING

  • Neuroproprioceptive taping ( kinesiotaping )
  • Concussions in sports
  • Athletic Movement Rehabilitation and Conditioning (AMRC)
  • Acupuncture course  ( AFCI niv.1/partie 1 )
  • Acupuncture course :  “Acupuncture in orthopaedic problems and sports injuries ”
  • Diagnosis and treatment of muscle imbalances (Sahrmann)
  • Many congress et symposiums on sports injuries

EXPERIENCE

  • Physiotherapist of the Canadian Team at the Olympic Games 4 times :
  • Nagano (1998) , Turin (2006) , Vancouver (2010) et Sochi (2014)
  • Lead Physiotherapist of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team since 2002
  • Physiotherapist of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team for more than de 20 years ( 1993 )
  • Multiple World Championships and World Cups
  • World Cups with the Canadian Ski Team ( Mens downhill 1998 )
  • Grand Prix of China 2006 with the Canadian Figure Skating Team

OTHER INTERNATIONAL EVENTS INCLUDING

  • Jr PanAm with the Jr National Gymnastics team (2006)
  • Francophone Games 2001

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Teaching in the Physiotherapy Bachelor’s degree in a few courses at Laval University and Ottawa University ( 1995 à 2008 )
  • Teaching at Ottawa University in the Sports Physiotherapy course
  •  Clinic supervisor for students from the Ottawa University

OTHER INTERESTS AND INVOLVEMENT

  • Examiner for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (Sports Division )
  • On the board of the Sports physiotherapy Ottawa Unit
  • Certified Level 3 coach in Figure Skating

OTHER SPORTS OF INTEREST

  • Hockey, Baseball and Speed Skating

OTHER

  • Bilingual

Stéphane Chambers

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

  • Masters in Physiotherapy, Université de Sherbrooke, 2013
  • Bachelor in Outdoor Activity and Adventure Tourism, UQAC, 2013

CONTINUING DEVELOPMENT

  • Certified Complete Concussion Management Healtcare Practitioner (CCMI)
  • Integral systemic dry needling (ISDN)
  • Mckenzie Approach, Part A (Lumbar region)
  • Dynamic Taping

Experiences

  • Physiotherapist of the Canadian Team at the Olympic Games: PyeongChang 2018
  • Physiotherapist in charge of the Canadian Halfpipe Freestyle Ski Team since 2016
  • Physiotherapist of the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team since 2015
  • Physiotherapist for multiple competitions: World Cups, XGames and Dew Tour.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Teacher for outdoor programs: Cégep de l’Outaouais (Experiential Education 2007-2013) and University of Ottawa (Outdoor Education – 2010) Clinic supervisor for students from the Ottawa University

INTERESTS

  • General Orthopedics
  • Sports Physiotherapy
  • Mckenzie

SPORTS OF INTERESTS

  • Whitewater canoe and kayak
  • Rock Climbing
  • Telemark and Alpine Ski
  • Volleyball and Hockey
  • Trail Running
  • Trek

Nathalie Blais

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

  • Bachelor of physiotherapy, Ottawa University, 2004

CONTINUING DEVELOPMENT

  • Manual therapy level 3 (inferior and superior quadrant)
  • Mulligan concept, mobilizations with movement (inferior and superior quadrant)
  • McKenzie approach, part B
  • Running injury prevention
  • Neuroproprioceptive taping
  • Temporomandibular joint, Part 1
  • APTEI The shoulder complex
  • Osteopathy of the pelvis
  • Discal pathologies
  • C-spine static and dynamic stability dysfunctions
  • Musculoskeletal knee pathologies
  • Musculoskeletal injuries and their relation to thoracic breathing
  • Level 1: The Physical Therapy approach to female and male urinary incontinence
    (Pelvic Health Solutions)

CLINICAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Co-op monitor for the University of Ottawa students in the physiotherapy department

INTERESTS

  • General orthopeadics (peripheral and vertebral lesions)
  • Manual therapy
  • Post-op rehabilitation
  • Sports injuries

SPORTS OF INTEREST

  • Ringette/hockey
  • Running
  • Kayak/canoe
  • Soccer
  • Volleyball

OTHER

  • Bilingual


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