Physiothérapie

WHO AM I?

Alexandrine Brisson-Larouche, osteopath and kinesiologist

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Alexandrine always had a strong interest for health of the human body and physical activity. This led her to study kinesiology, a field promoting healthy lifestyles and injury prevention. In 2013, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McGill University. 

During her studies, she participated in an internship at the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital in Laval during which she taught exercises adapted to participants with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Then, she completed an internship at the Cummings Center during which she supervised exercise classes with participants with various limited physical capacities (Parkinson's disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis). At the end of her studies, she worked in a private medical clinic as a fitness instructor and led sports activities at Centre Claude-Robillard. 

Wishing to deepen her therapeutic approach, she began studying osteopathy at Centre Ostéopathique du Québec in 2013 from which she graduated. As part of a course in osteopathy, she participated in a case study on lateral epicondylitis that she presented at the Canadian Integrative Healthcare Research Network (INCAM) Research Symposium in 2018. 

In 2015, she gained work experience in osteopathy at Physiothérapie & Ostéopathie clinic in Verdun. In 2017, she joined Physio Impact clinic in Dorval. She uses a gentle manual approach 

respecting the body’s limits and contributing to overall wellness. Her clients appreciate her taking the time to explain them where the discomfort is coming from. She is particularly distinguished for her experience in kinesiology allowing her to complement osteopathic treatments with personalized training programs. She provides care for a varied clientele (seniors, adults, children, newborns, pregnant women and athletes).  

Outside of the clinic, Alexandrine enjoys hiking, cycling, body weight training and yoga. To relax, she likes traveling, meditating and cooking.  

Alexandrine is a member of the Ostéopathie Québec association. 

Alexandrine always had a strong interest for health of the human body and physical activity. This led her to study kinesiology, a field promoting healthy lifestyles and injury prevention. In 2013, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McGill University. 

During her studies, she participated in an internship at the Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital in Laval during which she taught exercises adapted to participants with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). Then, she completed an internship at the Cummings Center during which she supervised exercise classes with participants with various limited physical capacities (Parkinson's disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis). At the end of her studies, she worked in a private medical clinic as a fitness instructor and led sports activities at Centre Claude-Robillard. 

Wishing to deepen her therapeutic approach, she began studying osteopathy at Centre Ostéopathique du Québec in 2013 from which she graduated. As part of a course in osteopathy, she participated in a case study on lateral epicondylitis that she presented at the Canadian Integrative Healthcare Research Network (INCAM) Research Symposium in 2018. 

In 2015, she gained work experience in osteopathy at Physiothérapie & Ostéopathie clinic in Verdun. In 2017, she joined Physio Impact clinic in Dorval. She uses a gentle manual approach respecting the body’s limits and contributing to overall wellness. Her clients appreciate her taking the time to explain them where the discomfort is coming from. She is particularly distinguished for her experience in kinesiology allowing her to complement osteopathic treatments with personalized training programs. She provides care for a varied clientele (seniors, adults, children, newborns, pregnant women and athletes).  

Outside of the clinic, Alexandrine enjoys hiking, cycling, body weight training and yoga. To relax, she likes traveling, meditating and cooking.  

Alexandrine is a member of the Ostéopathie Québec association.