Le conflit fémoro-acétabulaire chez le sportif : diagnostique et traitement.
In this lecture, we will discuss the challenges of diagnosing hip (femoroacetabular) impingement, more precisely in an active population. We will answer questions pertaining this pathology and the rehabilitation options offered at the moment.
Athletes turned ATs: their struggles with hip injuries and their perspective now as athletic therapists
In this panel-style event, Andrew and Dillon will reflect back on the hip injuries/conditions that they dealt with during their athletic career. They will discuss what they knew then compared to what they know now as healthcare professionals.
Guide de survie à l’imagerie : quand une image vaut mille mots
The goal of this lecture is to explore the general mechanism behind doctor referral for imaging, including the criteria doctors are looking to meet to refer such a medical exam. We will briefly look at the various imaging techniques. We will also look at some of the technical vocabulary found in imaging reports.
La hanche de l’athlète : pivot central et amortisseur
In sports, the hip represents a central pivot necessary to produce powerful core/pelvis rotation, as well as managing the acceleration and deceleration of the lower extremities. In this lecture, we will identify strategies to prevent injuries at the hip level. We will also look at ways to optimize the hip joint for athletes.
Compression Band Flossing by RockTape©
This award is given to a certified athletic therapist who built a great career and brought light to our profession in the Estrie region. He showed the value of athletic therapy in the treatment and ongoing follow-up of high-level athletes.
will be inducted at our annual banquet on April 23, 2022
Come celebrate with us 30+ years of accomplishment by this passionate man and highlight his long career.
This year again, the banquet will end the activities. Once more, Cabaret du Lion d’Or will host our evening of fun. A three-course meal including wine will be served.
Thanks for your participation