With a master's degree in physiotherapy from the Université de Sherbrooke, Geneviève’s interests revolve around an all-ages orthopedic clientele, including sports clients. Firmly believing in the benefits of physical exercise, she completed a Bachelor’s of Science. After completing a specialization in Kinesiology from Queen's University in 2011, she deepened her knowledge of exercise prescription by applying rehabilitative Pilates training using STOTT Pilates. She has an exercise-based approach and believes in the importance of active and independent rehabilitation. Passionate about running, Geneviève completed a course in running-related injury prevention with Blaise Dubois. Additionally, she has always had an interest in pediatrics and subsequently completed a course in physiotherapy for plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) and torticollis at Ste-Justine Hospital. Geneviève has completed her level 1 and 2 (lower quadrant) manual therapy with the Quebec Association of Manual Orthopedic Therapy and continues to broaden her technical horizons by following a dry needling course (to be completed by summer 2019).