Marcel graduated from the University of Moncton with a bachelor’s degree of kinesiology in 2005. He then continued his studies at the University of Laval to complete his bachelor’s degree of physiotherapy in 2009. After his studies he was involved with the University of Moncton medical sports team for the past eight years. He worked directly with the University men’s hockey athletes as one of the team’s physiotherapist.
Over the past several years Marcel completed many post graduate courses including the Selective Functional Movement Assessment, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization, Diagnosis & Treatment of Movement System Impairment Syndromes & the Mulligan Concept Techniques. Marcel also completed his medical level 3 certification in golf training thru the Titleist Performance Institute. This training assist golfer’s with their recurring injuries while enhancing their performances.
Marie-Elisabeth grew up in Rimouski, Québec and settled down in Moncton in 2017, following her graduation from the Université de Sherbrooke with a Master's in physiotherapy. During her studies, she was involved in covering various sporting events, from artistic gymnastics to hockey, as well as taking part in the University's musicals. At the University's Gala du Mérite 2016, she earned the award Prix étudiant en physiothérapie for her involvement.
Marie-Elisabeth has since furthered her knowledge by completing post graduate courses including the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) level 1, the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) level 1 and the Advanced Physical Therapy Upper Extremity certification program.
Among her various interests outside of work, Marie-Elisabeth has always been fascinated with learning to speak new languages. Although a bit rusty, she can speak German and Spanish, and is currently having fun learning Japanese.
The SFMA is a movement based diagnostic system which systematically finds the cause of pain - not just the source - by logically breaking down dysfunctional movement patterns in a structured, repeatable assessment.
DNS The nervous system establishes programs that control human posture, movement and gait. This ‘motor control’ is largely established during the first critical years of life. Therefore, the “Prague School” emphasizes neurodevelopmental aspects of motor control in order to assess and restore dysfunction of the locomotor system and associated syndromes.
TPI Medical Certification gives medical professionals golf-specific injury assessment and rehabilitation techniques to get players back in the game. Medical Certification looks at how these injuries develop, how to access and treat injuries and how specific physical limitations can be addressed to improve performance.