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Annie-claude hogue

Annie-Claude Hogue graduated as a registered physiotherapist from the Université de Montréal in 2011. She has been practicing in private clinics since the beginning of her career, and specializes in manual therapy and motor control. A former competitive gymnast, Annie-Claude works mainly with a sporting clientele, particularly with gymnasts, circus artists, and runners. She had the chance to practice her profession with circus Eloize during their tour in Russia in 2014. Fascinated by physiotherapy and sports, she assists her clients to return to training after an injury while offering counsel on how to avoid further injury.

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Matthieu tremblay

Since 2005, Matthieu Tremblay is a full-time massage therapist both in the private and corporate sectors. He specializes in shiatsu, but he is also certified in Swedish massage, passive mobilization and cranial therapy. He has studied under Yuki Rioux and Stephane Vien at the Kine-Concept Institute. He had since continued to perfect his studies in Chinese medicine and in various physical therapy that now give him his unique touch which is appreciated by both athletes and anyone concerned about their own wellbeing.

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Marianne thornton

Graduate in osteopathy in 2017 (IEOQ, training of 5000 hours), and holder of a training certificate "the viscera" of UQATR, Marianne has acquired a rigorous practice and a solid know-how by intervening for 2 years with a varied clientele: athletes, pregnant women, business personnel, and infants.

She consolidated her experience during an internship in the Department of Hematology-Oncology at CHU Sainte-Justine in connection with her thesis on "Musculoskeletal disorders related to pediatric cancer and scoliosis in children".

Jennie DEMONTIGNY

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