Lucie graduated from McGill University with a Masters in physiotherapy. Her passion for the biomechanics of the human body as well as for health and physical activity drove her toward the physiotherapy profession. Having always enjoyed participating in various sports, and interested in working with the athletic population, she volunteered as a physiotherapy assistant for McGill University’s women hockey team for two years during her undergraduate studies.
During her graduate studies, Lucie took the course ‘’The physiotherapy approach to female urinary incontinence’’, which introduced her to the field of perineal and pelvic rehabilitation. She quickly discovered a genuine interest toward this branch of physiotherapy and women’s health in general. Realising how much physiotherapy could contribute to the improvement of pelvi-perineal problems, she decided to specialize in treating them. She therefore took a second course ‘’The physiotherapy approach to male urinary incontinence and to dyspareunia’’. After completing her last clinical placement in orthopaedic and pelvi-perineal rehabilitation, Lucie immediately began working in both those areas of physiotherapy. She also completed a Röst Therapy course ‘’Relieving sacro-iliac and pubic pain during and after pregnancy’’, a course on the assessment and treatment of temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ) disorders, and orthopaedic manual therapy courses up to level 2. After taking several courses in the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT), Lucie received her certification in the method in 2017.
Lucie enjoys helping people recover from various musculoskeletal problems or injuries through an exercise-based approach. She also works with men and women who have diverse pelvi-perineal problems, and pregnant or post-partum women. She is dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle and empowering people to improve their fitness and quality of life.
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