Eve first graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Speech Pathology from the University of Montreal. During her studies, she received a research bursary from the Faculty of Medicine. She presented her results in the REPAR and COPSE congresses and had an article published in the Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Although Eve enjoyed her experience in Speech Pathology, she wanted to have a broader understanding of the human body. rnrnrnPassionate about rehabilitation, the following year, Eve started her Baccalaureate in Physical Therapy and graduated on the Dean’s Honours List. With a desire to practice in the United States, Eve passed the American National Physical Therapy Exam and obtained her New York license in Physical Therapy while competing nationally and internationally as a ballroom dancer. Shortly thereafter, with an ongoing commitment to continuing education Eve wanted to gain further knowledge and hone her skills in orthopaedic manual therapy. Consequently, she completed a Masters of Clinical Science in Manipulative Therapy at Western University in Ontario. Upon completion of her degree, Eve was selected to present her research results at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress in Amsterdam. Later that year, Eve published a systematic review and meta-analysis on the diagnostic validity of clinical tests in temporomandibular internal derangement in the esteemed journal Physiotherapy Canada. She also lead a symposium on temporomandibular internal derangement as well as presented her research results at the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists conference. Eve is also involved in research and is currently teaching on the subject of temporomandibular and pelvic-lombo-hip dysfunctions at the University of Montreal. As a member of the CAMPT executive committee, she feels it is important to be involved in the development and promotion of her profession. Eve’s practice is focused on offering the best patient care and she is continually keeping up-to-date with several post-graduate courses each year. Currently, she is finishing her certification in dry-needling.rnrnrnEve also has unyielding interests in performing arts physiotherapy, sports injuries, vestibular rehabilitation, orofacial pain, advanced practice physiotherapy and research. Besides physiotherapy, Eve enjoys running, yoga, traveling, arts and social sciences such as dance, cinema, theater, visual arts, history and geography as well as learning foreign languages.
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