On June 5th, we organized a special day in the institute, focused on "addressing handicap". These special days have started more than 6 years ago, initiated by Mrs Guay and Dr Thévenin, and are an important milestone in our students' education.
Our students are invited to open to the outdoors, and participate in events, conferences and conventions related to the profession. Vincent shares his experience.
As part of the preparation for a third-year test, second-year students (MK2) are responsible for facilitating technology review sessions for first-year students (MK1) in small groups.
Juliette Masquin received the second prize for best dissertation in the field of pelvi-perineology. Her dissertation now serves as reference on "Urinary incontinence in patients with obstructive pulmonary diseases, rehabilitative perspectives for the future".
In our quality process we call upon physiotherapists with first class expertise and professional competence in their specialty. In neurology for example, it has been shown that vestibular rehabilitation can be effective in reducing symptoms related to many vestibular disorders.