Sports Therapy: specialization in human performance that focuses on injury prevention, individual athletic development, field intervention, injury assessment and rehabilitation.
Physical Training: athletic development through training in strength, power, speed, agility.
RTP Physical Rrainer: Julien Lataille
Physiotherapy: helps those affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and counseling. Physiotherapists maintain the health of people of all ages and help patients manage pain and prevent disease.
RTP Physiotherapist : Patrick Marion
Osteopathy : a manual approach whose objective is to restore the functionality of the structures and systems of the human body in order to optimize its capacity for self-regulation. This practice is based on in-depth knowledge of the health sciences and interactions specific to the body's balance.
RTP Osteopath: Zoë Henricksen
Kinesiology : the scientific study of the movements of the human body. It addresses the principles and dynamic physiological, biomechanical and psychological mechanisms of movement.
Nutrition : The athlete should be practical and include dietary strategies and key food and fluid choices. Good nutrition is essential for achieving optimal fitness and long-term athletic health.
RTP Nutritionist: Nicholas Leduc-Savard
Évaluation des commotions cérébrales: Samantha Halfyard
Sports medecine: RTP Consultant: Stéphane Bastarache