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Get Your Strength and Mobility Back!

Physiotherapy addresses musculoskeletal problems with a combination of effective methods tailored to your particular condition.

We use a wide range of techniques including thermotherapy, cryotherapy, exercise, electrotherapy and manual  therapy so you can resume your regular activities and feel great again. They can also intervene at home (available for some clinics).

After evaluating your condition, your physiotherapist will draw up a treatment plan with you, establishing treatment objectives, frequency, and duration as well as the techniques that will be used. All our physiotherapists are university graduates and members of the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ). They use their vast expertise to:

  • Reduce abnormal muscle tension
  • Ease your pain
  • Improve your range of motion
  • Increase your strength and endurance
  • Correct your posture


For each of your problems, we have the solution:

Treatment of the temporo-mandibular joint (TMJ)

Dysfunction of the TMJ, the joint that connects the lower jaw to the skull, may cause numerous headaches and other ailments. While these issues are frequently identified by an otorhinolaryngologist, a maxillofacial specialist, a dentist, or an orthodontist, they can also be corrected through specific physiotherapy treatments.

Do you suffer from:

  • Cracking or obstruction of the jaw;
  • Bruxism (grinding of teeth);
  • Occlusion problems;
  • Headaches, earaches, or pressure in the ears; and
  • Cervical pain accompanied by any of the above-mentioned issues.

Do you have:

  • difficulty chewing or opening your mouth
  • experiencing pain/stiffness after maxillofacial surgery

With only a few sessions, a physiotherapist specializing in TMJ treatment will help you correct these issues, using techniques such as massage and muscle relaxation, mobilization of the TMJ, exercises, and postural correction.

Service offered in several clinics in the network, contact us!


Treatment for vertigo

Have you ever experienced symptoms of vertigo? Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is the most common vestibular dysfunction.

It always occurs on the same side, in an intermittent manner, and lasts only for a brief time (typically less than a minute). Possible symptoms may include loss of balance, nausea, and even vomiting.

Vertigo attacks tend to be more severe upon waking or after sitting for prolonged periods. They usually follow abrupt changes in head position, when you rise or lay down in bed, lean forward or backward, look up, change sleep position...


In most cases (60%), the exact causes are unknown, although osteoporosis, osteopenia, high blood pressure, and hyperlipidemia are all probable causes. They can be also attributed to vestibular dysfunctions, namely labyrinthitis and migraines.

A physiotherapist trained in vestibular dysfunction can perform an accurate assessment to determine the origin of the ailment and apply the appropriate treatment. Numerous types of physiotherapy treatments are available, many with a high success rate. Depending on the level of affliction, one to five treatment sessions may be required.

Service offered in several clinics in the network, contact us!


Pelvic floor (urogenital) rehabilitation

Do you experience mild incontinence (just a few drops) when you laugh or jump? Do you experience pain during intercourse or difficulty with penetration? Do you feel a heaviness in your perineum (pelvic organ descent)?

These issues are common in women, occurring in 30-40% of middle-aged women and up to 60% of older women. Some 20 to 30% of young women also report having this type of issue.

During pelvic floor rehabilitation, the physiotherapist performs a full assessment in order to provide a treatment tailored to your condition while avoiding certain factors which may worsen symptoms.

Numerous scientific studies have shown the efficiency of pelvic floor exercises in treating incontinence and pelvic organ descent.


The physiotherapist uses a variety of techniques such as electrical stimulation (if required), biofeedback, manual therapy, and a personalized exercise program to improve the overall quality of muscle contractions.

Service offered in several clinics in the network, contact us!


Global postural rehabilitation

Global postural rehabilitation (GPR) through manual therapy is a physiotherapeutic approach that acts on muscle group imbalances that are causing pain. This treatment consists of reducing and eliminating pain and increasing muscular flexibility in order to improve joint mobility, thereby improving overall posture.

The session features a variety of techniques for joint and myofascial system mobility, breathing exercises, and gradual and prolonged stretching in a series of positions tailored to each patient’s specific situation. After the session, the therapist will suggest an exercise program the patient can complete at home.

  • This approach is suitable for various conditions including:
  • Postural dysfunction (e.g. kyphosis, scoliosis, hyperlordosis)
  • Cervical, back, and lumbar pain (e.g. sprains)
  • Chronic pain (e.g. fibromyalgia, arthritis, etc.)
  • Headaches

A physiotherapy-based global postural rehabilitation treatment is appropriate for all age groups (children aged 10 and over, teenagers, adults, and seniors) as well as anyone looking for an personalized and holistic approach.

Service offered in several clinics in the network, contact us!



We have a wide range of expertise to cure you:

Orthopedic manual therapy

Manual therapy is a specialized physiotherapy approach based on scientific evidence. Its purpose is to restore function in neuro-musculoskeletal systems.

This treatment technique is performed by a qualified physiotherapist through mobilizations and in the case of some conditions, manipulations of the afflicted neuro-musculoskeletal structures.

To supplement this approach, your physiotherapist will also prescribe a series of therapeutic exercises specific to your condition. This treatment technique would apply to a variety of conditions including joint or muscle pain, reduced joint mobility, headaches, and many others.

The McKenzie approach

McKenzie is a specialized physiotherapy approach designed to reduce or relieve pain and numbness in the neck, back or limbs by identifying its underlying mechanical cause and the preferential direction of the movement. This dynamic, active approach enables the therapist to provide their patients with tools to support the healing process.

Following assessment, your physiotherapist will outline your condition and provide appropriate guidance on correct postures as well as movements to avoid. Moreover, your physiotherapist will also prescribe specific, progressive strengthening exercises. This treatment technique is applicable to a variety of conditions including chronic low back pain, herniated discs, sciatica pain, stiff neck, whiplash, and many others.

Puncture physiotherapy with dry needles (dry needling)

Puncture physiotherapy using dry (or subdermal) needles is a complementary technique which involves deep insertion of a needle into the muscle in order to release tension.

This practice differs from traditional acupuncture due to its neurophysiological principles, which serve to treat local inflammatory problems.

Service offert à :

Curé-Labelle - Lachine - Molson - St-Hubert

Pediatric physiotherapy

Our clinics provide physiotherapy treatments for various ailments, such as congenital torticollis, plagiocephaly, delays in motor development, cranial trauma, pelvic floor rehabilitation to children aged 0 to 17.

For further information : pediatric physiotherapy.


Neurocryostimulation provides immediate, lasting pain relief as well as multiple additional benefits, including:

  • Reduced inflammation
  • Increased blood flow in tissues
  • Muscle relaxation

Neurocryostimulation is recommended for a broad range of conditions:

  • In sports medicine: sprains (strains), charley horses, muscle tears (periostitis)
  • For orthopedic injuries: tendonitis, epicondylitis, bursitis, torticollis (stiff neck), cervical or lumbar sprains, lumbago, and sciatica
  • For chronic, long-term illnesses or post-operative care: arthritis, osteoarthritis, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (CRPS)

This technique produces extremely encouraging results. We are pleased to offer our clients the benefits of this innovative technique!

The Neurocryostimulation device delivers a high-speed spray of extremely cold carbon dioxide microcrystals to the affected area, thus producing a sudden, sharp drop in skin temperature. This powerful physical reaction triggers thermal shock, which immediately inhibits and reduces local inflammation.

Service available in:

Beloeil - Curé-Labelle - Deux-Montagnes - Fleury - Jean-Talon - Lachine - LaSalle - Longueuil - Maisonneuve - Pointe-Claire - St-Eustache - St-Hyacinthe - St-Laurent - Vanier - Vaudreuil - Vimont


Shockwave is an innovative, painless, and effective treatment to relieve chronic pain and injuries.

Also known as Radial Shockwave Therapy®, the treatment is applied using a device consisting of a compressor and a piston-topped head; it delivers repetitive micro-pulses on the treatment area and underlying tissues, thus generating the production of “radial shockwaves”.

In addition to stimulating the healing process, these micro-pulses help release adhesions and break up scar tissue.

Shockwave therapy is strongly indicated for numerous chronic injuries which fail to respond to conventional and infiltration treatments (e.g. tendinitis of the shoulder or knee, bursitis of the shoulder, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, etc.).

Service available in:

Fleury - Vaudreuil - Beloeil - Lachenaie


Our Physiotherapy Clients:

  • Private clients, with or without insurance
  • Injured workers (CSST)
  • Traffic accident victims (SAAQ)


Problems treated
Problems related to à l'ankle

Fractures, Injury caused by running, Preoperative and postoperative issues, Shortening of calf muscles and of the Achilles tendon in children, Sprain and strain

Problems related to the forehead

Cephalgia and migraines, Congenital torticollis in children, Developmental delays in children, Dizziness, Jaw issues and TMJ, Plagiocephaly, Vertigo, Visual-perceptual-cognitive issues or dyspraxia

Problems related to the knee

Fractures, Injury caused by running, Joint pain, Osteoarthritis and arthritis, Patello-femoral syndrome, Preoperative and postoperative issues, Sprain and strain

Problems related to the lower back

Disk herniation, Low back pain, Lumbar and back sprain, Muscular pain, Sciatic nerve issues

Problems related to the neck

Cervicodynia, Fibromyalgia, Muscle tone issues in children, Torticollis, Whiplash injury

Problems related to the shoulder

Bursitis, Capsulitis, Joint pain, Osteoarthritis and arthritis, Tendinitis

Problems related to the wrist

Carpal tunnel syndrome, Osteoarthritis, Sprain, Strain, Tendinitis