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HOURS
Tuesday: 8:30 - 15:00
Wednesday: 8:30 - 15:00
Thursday: 13:00 - 20:00

T. 450.444.3028

Reduced rates for:
Children under 16 year old
Full time students
Persons 65 and over

INTERAC, MC, VISA accepted
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THE FOLLOWING HEALTH CONDITIONS RESPOND WELL TO CHIROPRACTIC CARE:
Pain in the upper back, the neck, the shoulders, the arms and the hands (pain between the shoulders, numbness in
the arms and the legs)

Pain in the lower back (lumbago)

Sciatic pain

Headaches

Articular pain or osteoarthritis
 
Stiff neck, stiffness and muscular tension

Neuralgias

Tendinitis or bursitis

Intercostal pain

Injuries related to sport, work or an accident (" whiplash")

Chiropractic has also appreciable results in various cases of organic disorders such as: asthma, otitis, constipation, colic, painful menstruation...

In each case, a diagnostic is first established with a questionnaire, a complete physical exam (postural,
biomechanical, orthopedic and neurologic) and X-rays if required.
 
 
Dre Sophie BoulianneSOPHIE BOULIANNE, D.C., M.Sc
Doctor in chiropractic
Master in Ergonomics


"MY MAIN OBJECTIVE IS TO FIND THE CAUSE OF YOUR SYMPTOMS AND TO CORRECT THE PROBLEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE."


Member of:
Quebec Order of Chiropractors
 Quebec Chiropractic Association
Canadian Chiropractic Association
EDUCATION

Doctor in chiropractic
I obtained the diploma of doctor in chiropratic from the University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières in 1998. I successfully passed the Quebec Order of Chiropractors, the Canadian and American national exams.  The doctorate program included a university education of 245 credits, over 5 years, consisting of anatomy, physiology, pathology, neurology, biomechanics, radiology, the techniques of adjustment and other subjects in connection with chiropractic.

Master diploma in Ergonomics
In 2005, I received my master diploma in Ergonomics. (M. Sc.) Ergonomics is the scientific discipline that seeks to understand and improve human interactions with products, equipment, environments and systems. Drawing upon human biology, psychology, engineering and design, ergonomics aims to develop and apply knowledge and techniques to optimise system performance, whilst protecting the health, safety and well-being of individuals involved. The attention of ergonomics extends across work, leisure and other aspects of our daily lives.

Training in Applied Kinesiology
I have attended 250 hours of training in Applied Kinesiology. My knowledge in Applied kinesiology allows me to evaluate structural, chemical, and mental aspects of health by using a method referred to as manual muscle testing alongside conventional diagnostic methods. Treatment modalities include joint manipulation and mobilization, myofascial, cranial and meridian therapies, clinical nutrition, and dietary counseling. Applied Kinesiology helps me to give you the care and recommendations adapted to your unique condition.

Other training
Since 1998, I have attended many seminars on neurology, on sport and work injuries, on pediatrics and on different chiropractic technics.