Fall 2016 - CTSQ

Volume 2 : Fall 2016



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The CTSQ joining forces with Atlas Médic
As previously announced, Atlas Médic and the CTSQ have formed a partnership for the good of our profession. Learn more by clicking here and read on for the article on Atlas Médic below.


The annual conference on athletic therapy and exercise science will be held from April 20 to 22, 2017. Don’t forget to save the date – we’re hoping for a big turnout!


Updated Guidelines for Athletic Therapists
Guidelines for concussion management for Quebec-based athletic therapists have been updated and are now available on our website. Read more


Our Authorization Regulation Renewed for 3 Years
The Collège des médecins du Québec has renewed our authorization regulation through 2020, to help maintain oversight in our profession, until we form or join a professional order. Read more


New Pay Scale Forthcoming
The CTSQ’s Board of Directors is currently re-assessing its suggested pay scale, which will be published in January 2017. As we have always done in the past, the increases will follow inflation rates.
Atlas médic COURSES
Perfect the art of AT by following these courses:
check October 14 Taping neuro-proprioceptif - Niveau 2
check October 14 L'épaule raide : démystifier et traiter efficacement la capsule gléno-humérale
check October 21 and 28 2.8 CEUs Stabilisation lombaire : renforcement et contrôle "clé en main"
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To know our thoughts


President's Corner
Please pay close attention to messages from the CTSQ over the next few months, as there are several changes forthcoming. We are working hard to establish a plan for our future and solidify our place in the professional medical field. We have set up a transition committee whose job it will be to analyze how to implement a new order and the various possibilities for overlap.
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Expand your Network
The Institut national du sport (INS) is a private, not-for-profit organization that supports all athletes [...].
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CTSQ Concussion Guidelines Update
The 2nd edition of the concussion management guidelines were developed to assist the CAT(C) provide the best evidence-based management strategies available.
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Atlas Médic and CTSQ, Together to Help You!
September 2016 marks the beginning of a new partnership between the CTSQ and Atlas Médic, and for the next few installments of the Newsletter [...].
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To be up to date in the field of AT
Research and Development


Cervical Spine Involvement in Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: A Review

There is a lack of scientific evidence in the literature on the involvement of the cervical spine in mTBI; however, its involvement is clinically accepted. Read more
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To think a bit more
Science and World
Ralentir le vieillissement par l'activité physique
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Immediate Removal from Play Tied to Faster Recovery from Concussion
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Des entreprises qui font bouger leurs équipes
Les affaires
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How Cupping Works and Why Olympic Athletes Use It
USA Today
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