Winter 2018 - CTSQ

Volume 4 : Winter 2018



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A Happy New Year to All
We wish you a Happy New Year! We are sending all our best wishes for health and success in 2018.


The Very First French Program
Last December, CATA officially accredited the UQTR’s program. This is the very first French program in Canada to be certified. Congratulations to the UQTR’S team who worked very hard on this project, and a special thanks to Phil Fait who initiated the process. A new wave of members will soon be coming our way!


Montréal Relève is seeking Athletic Therapists
Montréal Relève Relève Montréal is offering high school students in the greater Montreal area a chance to complete a week-long internship over the summer in a field of their choice. Read more


Concussed Athletes Wanted
Kyla Demers is still looking for more participants for her master’s degree research. [...] Click here to learn more about her work and how you may help her out. Read more


CTSQ Annual Conference
Save the date ! This year, the event will be held on April 27 & 28, 2018. Stay tuned for more details on the event.
Did You Notice?
CTSQ will be visible on the Journal de Montréal website throughout February on Habs game day in the Sports section.
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Atlas médic COURSES
Perfect the art of AT by following these courses:
check February 23 L’épaule raide: démystifier et traiter efficacement la capsulite gléno-humérale
check March 26 2.8 CEus Dynamic Tape (in French)
check April 12 Le traumatisme craniocérébral léger: de la blessure au retour à la fonction
Register now!
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President's Corner
Another year has come and gone, and I would like to wish you all, on behalf of the board of administrators, a Happy New Year. We hope that the holidays were an opportunity for you to celebrate [...].
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Professional Order
It is with great pleasure that I am writing to you for the first time as the Chair of the transitional board for the Ordre professionnel des thérapeutes du sport du Québec.
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Why are they getting involve?
Here is a look at Montréal Relève work


Share Your Passion for Your Profession
In collaboration with the CTSQ, Montréal Relève is inviting you to share your knowledge of athletic therapy with high school students, in whose hands lies the future of our profession. Montréal Relève is a non-profit organization that has played an important role in Montreal’s socioeconomic development ever since its inception in 1995.
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To be up to date in the field of AT


A neck strengthening protocol in adolescent males and females for athletic injury prevention

Sport plays a major role in the physical activity, wellbeing and socialisation of children and adults. Read more
Read the paper
To think a bit more
Thérapeutes manuels s’abstenir ! (de lire ce blog)
La clinique du coureur


How to get the best out of exercise
The Guardian
Athletes more aware of concussion symptoms, but are still playing through: McGill study
CTV News Montreal


Return to Play For Concussions: How to Use Data to Determine Player Readiness
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