Francine is a physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Montreal in 1989. She has a special interest in orthopedics and postural rehabilitation. Having followed several post-graduate courses in specialized areas including sports taping, conventional taping, strengthening of joint and vertebral instability, etc. has given her the ability to continue perfecting her skills.
She is also passionate about vestibular rehabilitation. Diagnosis of vertigo, dizziness, balance disorders and oscillopsia are very complex and require specific examination. She has already followed 3 vestibular training sessions and plans to pursue others in this area. She also has training in MTBI, headaches and balance disorders.
Concerning brain trauma cases, she collaborates closely with Dr. Gaétan Drolet and Maxime Chevrier (consultant in sports psychology and specialist in cognitive training respectively).
Francine enjoys both personal and professional challenges. Most notably, she climbed Kilimanjaro in 2012 for the Suroît Hospital foundation.