Camille completed her Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at McGill University. Her experiences in both the public (in oncology at the MUHC, Jewish Rehabilitation Hospital in Laval) and private sectors, as well as internationally, have allowed her to develop her ability to integrate and adapt as well as a solid multidisciplinary approach. In addition to her master’s degree, she has several trainings in orthopedic manual physiotherapy, mechanical pain, essential oil treatment and clinical practice in neurology.
Camille also has more in-depth expertise for stroke clients, clients with Parkinson’s syndrome and clients with cerebral palsy. Her interest in the management of neurological clients has led her to pursue advanced training in Bobath and Neurodevelopmental Therapy (NDT). Always stimulated by the optimization of her knowledge and her clinical approach, the analysis of her practice and her clinical reasoning allow her to properly target and respond to the needs of her clients. Camille is an asset in complex clinical case studies.
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