Holder of a Master's degree in Science of Physical and Sports Activities (2001) and a Master's degree in Business Administration (2005), it was in 2009 that Vincent turned to the world of manual therapy by following the course in osteopathy, respecting the training criteria of the WHO (World Health Organization).
Since then, he has increased the number of international post-graduate training courses to integrate evidence into his practice and thus promote contemporary osteopathy, which is credible to other medical and paramedical professions.
He modernizes his interventions by staying up to date in the management of pain, in particular by training in neuroscience and the bio-psycho-social model, which for him are now essential in manual therapy.
Until 2022, Vincent was also a lecturer in osteopathy, during which he shared these approaches and thus participated in the training of the future generation of osteopaths.
With a varied background and an honest personality, his goal is to make his clients independent as quickly as possible using the tools he has accumulated over the years and which make his interventions unique and effective.
With his 20 years of experience, in addition to being deeply human, Vincent is a reliable therapist who listens to you.
Nelly trained in France, at the École Supérieure d’Osteopathy Paris and in Montreal where she graduated from the Academy of Osteopathy.
His training is comprehensive, and meets the criteria of the World Health Organization (WHO).
After developing a large clientele for almost 10 years in Blainville and Mirabel, she decided to prioritize work-family balance and began practicing on the island of Montreal following her first parental leave.
Its gentle treatment integrates listening to each system of the body: the musculoskeletal system, the cranial system, the fascia and the visceral system.
Passionate about the world of perinatal care, she deepens her knowledge in women's health and the mother/child dyad through specific postgraduate training in pediatrics and perinatal care.
Birth companion (Doula) and breastfeeding sponsor within the Nourri-Source Montréal organization, she supports pregnant women throughout the pregnancy process, preparation for childbirth and postpartum follow-up.
The various problems of infants (torticollis, plagiocephaly, reflux/regurgitation, motor development disorder, etc.) are also part of their care.
She considers the human being in its physical, mental and emotional wholeness and with the richness of her training she is at ease with all types of patients beyond her area of specialization.
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