I am from Montmagny and now live in Quebec City. I obtained my undergraduate doctoral degree at the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières (UQTR) in 2011. I am a member of the Order of Chiropractors of Quebec (OCQ) and the Association of Chiropractors of Quebec (CQI). I have been involved in the student association of my doctorate (AEDC) and in the student newspaper.
It was after a full year of internship and a humanitarian mission to Bolivia in August 2010 that I started my career at the Loretteville Chiropractic Clinic.in September 2011. I am passionate about my work and I use different therapeutic options to benefit my patients. I have a rather general practice with a particular interest in chronic conditions, complex cases and conditions related to repetitive work.
I have additional training in Thompson ©, a chiropractic technique that uses removable table parts (drops) to mobilize the joints and in Graston ©, a technique that allows, using metal instruments, to dislodge adhesions at the tissue levels.
I am often recognized for being dynamic and willing to make a difference in people’s lives.