The AMS Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Centres deliver complete rehabilitation therapy services at both clinics in Montreal and Dorval.
We have several rehabilitation therapists on staff.
Ophelie graduated with a Bachelor of Health & Social Science Technology 2009, in France.
Being subjected herself to repetitive sprains during her adolescence; she wanted to work in this area to understand the various injuries of the body and how to heal them.
Following her Bachelor, Ophelie had the chance to come to Quebec; she completed her Rehabilitation Therapy studies at the Chicoutimi CEGEP in 2013.
During her studies rich in knowledge and experience she:
- Followed sports teams, and assisted members in their pre-game preparations or in case of injury during and after the game.
- Managed and treated different cases, such as back pain, sprains, epicondylitis, and other physical or neurological pathologies.
- Applied techniques of myofascial release and developed her abilities in lymphatic drainage.
Ophelie is a proud member of the AMS team. Ophelie plans to continue her training in orthopedics, concentrating her practice on the treatment of neck and back pain. She has completed the Lumbar and Cervical Spine Training in the McKenzie Method.
Houssine always had a passion to study and work in the medical field. In 2009 he attended The College of North Atlantic in the Medical Imaging & Radiology specialty in Qatar. Houssine wanted a more hands-on approach to helping patients so he decided to study physiotherapy. He graduated in physiotherapy from the University of Tunisia in 2013. His yearning for learning more tools to help patients brought him to study full time for two years at the IEOQ College of osteopathy in Montreal where he mastered the musculoskeletal and visceral spheres in osteopathy. Ever since obtaining his equivalency In Quebec to work as a licensed rehabilitation therapist in physiotherapy, Houssine has been working with orthopedic type patients and the sports medicine community. Houssine’s thesis was on the application of the Mézières Approach on athletes suffering from Low Back Pain. Houssine has joined the AMS team in early 2018. Houssine’s continuing education plan is to master the McKenzie Method for the spine and extremities. He works with a wide variety of patients, many with various musculoskeletal disorders, sport related disorders and spinal issues. He uses a unique osteopathic and physiotherapy approach to treat his patients. He is currently a fully licensed rehabilitation therapist in Quebec and is member of the Ordre de la physiothérapie du Quebec.
Leanne studied in Physiotherapy Technology at Dawson College, completing the three-year program in 2020. Throughout her clinical education, she gained hands-on experience putting into work her skills and competencies in CHSLDs, CHs, and private clinics in Montreal. As an intern, she had the opportunity of being mentored at one of the AMS clinics, working alongside a strong interdisciplinary team.
Motivated to grow professionally and to improve her practice as a physical rehabilitation therapist (PRT), Leanne is looking forward to studying the McKenzie Method as well as the Mulligan Concept. She stays mindful of the overall well-being of clients in order to offer them the most efficient rehab treatments.
Leanne is a member of the Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ).
Luis David Fidhel Gonzales
Luis is a Dawson College, Physiotherapy Technology, 2020 graduate. He is someone who loves to stay active and fit. Having played sports growing up, and being subject to some injuries, he immersed himself into the field of physiotherapy in order to understand these better and to be able to help himself.
After starting to work in the field, Luis discovered how rewarding the physiotherapy field can be. He enjoys teaching his patients to understand their bodies better, so as to help them heal from their current injury as well as to prevent future ones.
Luis likes working with therapeutic techniques such as myofascial release.
Luis is a member of the Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ).