I graduated in Paris (France) in 1989 (masseur-kinesitherapeute). I immigrated in Montreal (Quebec, Canada) in 1990 and obtained my equivalency of the Bsc of Physiotherapy at Mc Gill University in 1991. I did all my courses in manual therapy (E.V. system) and followed different courses in spinal stabilisation, kinetic control, neurodynamic system mobilisation, shoulder stabilisation, vestibular rehabilitation, chest physiotherapy, evaluation and treatment of torticollis and plagiocephalgia in children and more recently I did my module 1&2 of the CRAFTA ( Cranio-Fascial Therapy Association) program. I did my intermediate exam in 1999 and was a FCAMPT in 2000. I am currently working part time in a private clinic in orthopaedics and at Sainte Justine Hospital as a chest physiotherapist at the paediatric and neonates intensive care units. I have been co-teaching manual therapy since 2004, and teach Level 1 ,2 and 3 in the province of Quebec. I am also very proud to be part of team which started to teach the manual therapy courses in France in 2012…It is like coming back home…I am also involved in different committees reviewing manuals and organizing congresses and symposium, the latest being the social committee of the 2012 IFOMPT Congress in Quebec City. I have just finished a Master of Clinical Sciences (PT) at the University of Western Ontario. My research project was to conduct a systematic review on the reliability of the clinical measurements of the humeral head position. I am very active in sports and take care of my two wonderful boys the rest of the time!..
3425 rue Masson, Montreal, QC, Canada, H1X 1A6