The AMS Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centres provide complete physiotherapy services at both clinics in Montreal and Dorval.
We have several physiotherapists on staff (see below) as well as other rehabilitation healthcare providers.
Physiotherapist / Clinic Co-Founder
The AMS Medical & Rehabilitation Centre was founded in 2008 by a group of health professionals including physiotherapist, Richard Bouzaglou.
Richard Bouzaglou has developed a wide range of resourceful approaches to treatment through his studies in Sports Medicine at Montreal’s Concordia University and Physiotherapy at McGill University. Richard is well known in Montreal as the guiding force in creating an innovative, interdisciplinary rehabilitation department at one of Quebec’s largest private rehabilitation centers. He has brought the same energy, innovation and vision to the AMS Medical & Rehabilitation Centre.
In Sports Medicine, Richard has worked with high caliber athletes during his tenure as head physiotherapist of the ice hockey, football & soccer teams at CEGEP Saint Laurent.
To further compliment his extensive athletic experience, Richard turned to McGill University’s prestigious physiotherapy department where he graduated in 1999.
A strong believer in continuing education, Richard has taken, and is currently taking, advanced educational programs in Osteopathy, Manual Therapy, Spinal Evaluation & Treatment, as well as specialized postural correction seminars including Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy (McKenzie Method) and the Mulligan Concept.
Richard has also served as the Director of the Physiotherapy, Massage Therapy and Osteopathy departments at one of North America’s largest private rehabilitation centers.
Also a strong believer in teaching as a way of staying current with the most advanced techniques, Richard has been the clinical residency director in charge of offering residencies to the physiotherapy students from the University of Montreal, McGill University and CEGEP Marie-Victorin where he has mentored many future therapists.
Korina received her master’s degree in physical therapy from the University of Montreal in 2014. Korina had several experiences of internships in various hospitals in Montreal.
Passionate and with great concern for the patient, Korina uses her analytical mind to understand the pathology and implement the optimal treatment for each patient. Korina continues to pursue advanced training in order to provide the highest quality of service and treatment.
Korina has completed formal training in the McKenzie Method for the lumbar spine. She is particularly interested to continuing her training in the McKenzie method and the Mulligan Concept.
Martin has completed his Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at McGill University in November 2019. In addition, he has obtained a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology at McGill University in February 2016. During Martin’s Master’s degree in Physiotherapy, he has had the opportunity to work in different clinical settings (e.g. acute care, home-care, out-patient neuro rehabilitation and out-patient orthopaedics). As of November 2019, Martin is a licensed member with the Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ). Martin has been certified as well by the OPPQ to practice vertebral and joint manipulation.
Martin’s interest for the field of Physiotherapy stems from being able to help patients regain functional mobility that will allow them to return to activities that are meaningful to them. In order to provide quality care, he will engage in continued education and self-learning. Given the advancement in treatment methods and technology in the field of Physiotherapy, Martin strongly believes that continuous learning is essential in improving one’s ability to assess and treat patients. Likewise, Martin is aiming to obtain his certification for the McKenzie Concept and Mulligan Concept, which will allow him to perfect his assessment and treatment protocols of orthopedic injuries.
As a member of the AMS Clinic, Martin is looking forward to a flourishing career as a Physiotherapist and furthering his knowledge within the domain.
Tamara Fram holds a Baccalaureate in Physiotherapy from Saint-Joseph University in Lebanon since 2002. She worked in a rehabilitation center and then in a medical and sports center in Lebanon from 2003 to 2010. In 2016, she followed the physiotherapy qualification program at the Université de Montréal to complete the equivalency courses required by the Ordre de la Physiothérapie du Québec. She has followed several training courses in the field of orthopedic and musculoskeletal rehabilitation, rehabilitation in geriatrics (neurology and musculoskeletal) and sports rehabilitation. Tamara became a member of the AMS team in early 2018.
Moshe graduated from the 4 year degree in Physiotherapy from Beer Sheva University in Israel in 2006. From 2006 until the beginning of 2013 he worked at a physiotherapy clinic in Ashdod as a full time registered physiotherapist. Throughout the period of time since his graduation he has done many international and domestic postgraduate courses:
- In 2011 he obtained the title of Credential in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (McKenzie method)
- In 2012 he became a Certified Mulligan Practitioner (The Mulligan concept)
- Hand therapy courses
- Physical activity consultant courses
- Clinical rehabilitation courses and many more.
Moshe works with a wide variety of patients, many with various musculoskeletal disorders, sport related disorders and spinal issues.
Moshe Immigrated with his wife and two kids to Montreal, Canada in 2013 and since became a Provisionally Licensed physiotherapist in Ontario. He is currently a fully licensed physiotherapist in Quebec and is member of the Ordre de la physiothérapie du Quebec.
Arielle Amar, PT, M.S.P.T.
Arielle completed her Master’s degree in Physiotherapy from McGill University and a bachelors of Exercise science at Concordia University. She is a licensed member of the Ordre professionnel de physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ).
Arielle has worked with diverse clienteles including pediatrics, athletes and geriatrics and has experience in treating numerous orthopeadic and neurological conditions. She has obtained her CPA Orthopaedic Level 1 clinical integration for advanced orthopedic manual and manipulative physiotherapy and is currently completing a microprogram specializing in pelvic floor rehabilitation at the University of Montreal.
Arielle is passionate about health and wellness and is dedicated in furthering her education in order to provide the best care for her patients.
Behtash has been working as a physiotherapist since 2005. He has completed extensive study and work in sport injury and musculoskeletal disorders. He has been specifically working as the physiotherapist of soccer clubs for several years and has extensive experience in the management and treatment of sports-related injuries. Holding a Master of Science degree from McGill University, Behtash has participated in numerous continuing education courses and has obtained certificates for different therapeutic techniques such as manual therapy.
Behtash is ready for next stage in a successful career and looking forward to making a significant contribution for providing physiotherapy and treatment for patients.
Adriana Kundrat Brasil
After graduating in physiotherapy from Paulista University in 2002 in Brazil, I followed a year of specialization in orthopedics in the most famous hospital of Latin America: The Clinic Hospital of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo. I also did a specialization in postural correction (Holistic Gymnastics methodology).
Following this, I worked for 8 years in the private sector, where my main objective was to prevent patients from undergoing orthopedic surgeries, including spinal surgeries by treating them with the Holistic Gymnastics Method. The results obtained by this method were excellent since in 80% of cases, surgery was avoided.
In 2016, thanks to my success in the physiotherapy qualification program at the Université de Montréal, I had the opportunity to do internships in major Montreal institutions such as the Gingras-Lindsay Institute in Montreal and the Hospital Hotel Dieu.
Since 2016, I work as a physiotherapist in Montreal and my goal is to always promote the well-being and autonomy of the patient. To achieve this, I continue to pursue continuing education such as the McKenzie Method and the Mulligan Concept.