REHAB TO PERFORM
Why Rehab to Perform?
One hour meetings
After the initial assessment, one hour follow-ups allow a complete treatment plan to be put into action. This includes manual therapy, corrective exercises that are taught accordingly, training/activity modifications and education. Nikolas Bibic
This allows the person to be more independent and less dependent on the therapist during their rehabilitation.
Located in a gym, we have the tools, equipment and space necessary to optimize your return to sport and your functional activities
The lack of knowledge in strength and sport training in rehabilitation creates huge gap between the worlds of rehabilitation and sports performance.
At Rehab to Perform, the treatment plan always takes into account the athletic qualities necessary for the demands of the sport. We bridge that gap between rehab and performance.
I grew up in the world of training and sports and I am a physiotherapist passionate about movement and athletic performance. I completed my master’s degree at Laval University in 2019 and decided to open my own physiotherapy business, Rehab to Perform. My goal is to allow active people to get back to their sport and every day activities as quickly as possible following an injury.
Also, my practice is centered around injury prevention and the optimization of movement. It is by analyzing the movement that one can find the origin of the injury and to make sure that it does not become recurrent.
Growing up playing many sports including hockey, soccer, track and field and competing in CrossFit at the national level, I have developed an expertise in functional training and sports injuries.
Education and other courses:
- MSc. Pht : Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy- Université Laval, Québec, Canada
- Cert-CMFA : Clinical Management of the Fitness Athlete – Institute of Clinical Excellence
- Cert. C-PS : Champion Performance Specialist
- Level 2 Manual therapy CPA Orthopedic Division
- Vertebral and peripheral manipulations (HVLAT)
- Taping FMT : Rocktape
- Shoulder and knee courses by Mike Reinold et Eric Cressey
- Blood Flow Restriction Training
- EXOS : Physical Therapy and Sports Medecine Framework