A stone’s throw from the Michel Chartrand Park, in one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods of Longueuil, Physiotherapy clinic in Longueuil Physio du Parc is the result of a long-standing professional dream. We are pleased to offer you state of the art physiotherapy care.
The Best Care From Our Experts
- A sports clinic and rehabilitation in Longueuil with private rooms
- The rehabilitation clinic offer a training area that includes: a stationary bike, a treadmill, a training pulley, balance boards, weights, sand bags, etc.
- Insurance claim services (valid with most insurance companies)
- Easy and free parking
State-of-the Art Equipment in our sports clinic and rehabilitation in Longueuil.
- Video session for analyzing running patterns and sport-specific motion techniques
- State-of-the-art electrotherapy equipment
Training area in the rehabilitation clinic
- Online training programs
Isabelle Giguère, pht
Isabelle Giguère graduated from Laval University in 1997. She practised physiotherapy in Quebec and in Switzerland for clients suffering from orthopaedic and sports-related conditions. Her passion for physiotherapy has led her to keep specializing herself throughout her career, obtaining high level certifications for orthopaedic manipulative therapy in Canada, including a Certificate of Intermediate Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (part A) in 2005. She is an OPPQ-licenced professional for joint and spine manipulations. She proud to offer her physiotherapy and electrotherapy services in the rehabilitation clinic in Longueuil.
Our expert in physiotherapy majored in muscle control and biomechanical analysis, and is currently perfecting her skills in vestibular rehabilitation. Throughout her career, Isabelle offered her services in different sports venues, such as triathlons and the Rogers Cup (Tennis Canada), as well as for the Nut Cracker show produced by the Grands Ballets Canadiens.
Isabelle Giguère is talented physiotherapist, but above all she is an adventurous person with a passion for people and cultures: she travelled around the world, climbed summits reaching up to 18,000 ft, sailed the Mediterranean Sea, and tasted most of the world’s cuisine! She now trains in running, cross-country skiing and kite skiing, when she is not enjoying the Michel Chartrand Park with her two young kids.
Geneviève Thibodeau, pht
Geneviève completed a degree in physiotherapy at the University of Montreal in 2000. She began her career in private practice, treating mostly athletic patients.
She then moved her practice to the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu military base where she developed an expertise with regard to physical training related injuries. Over the last few years, she has returned to the private sector, treating a variety of patient types.
Geneviève has subscribed to continuing education throughout her career. She has completed high level training programs in manual and orthopedic therapy and has taken a particular interest in the prevention of injuries specific to running.
For Geneviève, quality physiotherapy is based on the professionalism, care and empathy of the therapist.
Outside of work, Genevieve loves to move, whether it be jogging, swimming or playing tennis. She is a regular participant in sporting events such as Olympic triathlons, half or full marathon races. Her two very active boys also help keep her on the move!