Our therapists are experts in their fields, whether it is Osteopathy, Athletic Therapy or Massotherapy, they will accompany you in regaining optimal function in your body. They specialise in human movement for rehabilitation, prevention and performance purposes. Our physical therapists plan to give you all the tools necessary in order for you to recover from an injury. Whether you have a chronic or acute condition or want to recover from an injury, our team of physical therapists are here for you regardless of which parts of town you are in (Côte-des-Neiges, NDG, Notre-Dame-De-Grâce, Westmount, Outremont, etc.)
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Osteopathy is a manual practice that aims to restore mobility to joints and tissues in order to optimise and streamline mobility or restore the function of structures, whether daily or through sports practice. The osteopath uses his knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics and pathology to perform an in-depth assessment specific to each person. The therapist evaluates the posture, the movement, palpates in search of tissue tensions or muscle and joint dysfunction. With comprehensive care (nature of the practice, lifestyle, environment), the osteopath searches for the origin of the problem in each patient in order to help the body regulate itself. We’re talking about homeostasis.
Do you have chronic pain? Have you had orthopedic surgery? Have you injured yourself during physical activity? Our therapists are here for you! They will accompany you during your rehabilitation journey so that you are able to perform your daily tasks with ease. Our approach is based of muscular strengthening, mobilization and muscle tension release. The goal? You bring back to your full capacity and that, without pain.
Muscle activation technique "MAT" is a scientific-based form of manual therapy that focuses on assessing the client's joint limitations and directly treating injuries linked to muscular pain, cramps or tightness.
By testing which muscles are tight and/or weak the practitioner and client will actively participate in stimulating, recordinating and strengthening the muscles and retest their strength afterwards.
Muscle Activation Technique has shown increases of 30% improvement in range of motion after first treatment.
While most massage involves muscular relaxation, Muscle Activation Technique works with the body's nervous system to improve muscle contraction.
By improving a muscle's ability to contract effectively, it can increase its strength, resilience and lower pain to restore joint movement and function.