Raymonde Fortin, physiotherapist and athletic therapist at the STADIUM PhysiOsteo clinics in Montreal and Saint-Lambert, recognized for her implication in physiotherapy.
We are pleased and immensely proud to announce that Raymonde Fortin, physiotherapist, athletic therapist and co-owner of the Stadium Clinics, will be awarded the Carol-L.-Richards 2019 prize, by the OPPQ (Professional Order of Physiotherapy of Quebec).
This prestigious distinction recognizes the exceptional career of a physiotherapy professional who is distinguished by his leadership abilities, as an initiator of major projects or research and by his deep commitment to the growth of physiotherapy in Quebec and elsewhere. This award recognizes the journey of an exceptional individual who deserves full recognition from his peers.
She will receive her award on Sunday, November 10 at 8:30 a.m. at the Montreal Convention Centre during the “Physiothérapie 360*“ a professional development annual event in physiotherapy.
Raymonde Fortin achieves the highest levels of competence in physiotherapy.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in kinanthropology from the University of Ottawa in 1987, Raymonde completed a second Bachelor`s degree in physiotherapy at Montreal University in 1990. She completed her national certification as a Certified Athletic Therapist with the CATA, her Sport Physiotherapy Diploma with the CPA, her FCAMPT manual therapy certification, and her certificate in dry needling from the OPPQ. It is in 2017 that she obtained her Doctorate degree in physiotherapy from Andrews University in Michigan.
Raymonde Fortin; co-founder and co-owner of the STADIUM PhysiOsteo clinics.
To her many professional activities, she also adds the role of Vice-President, Director of Professional Services and Chief Physiotherapist of the STADIUM Clinics, where she is co-founder and co-owner since 1996. As such, she has overseen the professional development of the STADIUM team for more than twenty-five years.
Raymonde Fortin; professor, speaker, mentor, examiner.
Raymonde is an assistant professor and lecturer at the University of Montreal. She taught sports physiotherapy from 1996 to 2013 and has been teaching radiology and medical imaging since 2001, to students enrolled in the master’s degree in physiotherapy. She has also been teaching these same courses as continuing education credits to physiotherapy professionals across Quebec since 2007. Examiner with the CPA (Canadian Physiotherapy Association), she is active in mentoring and examining physiotherapists wanting to obtain their national certification as Sports Physiotherapists.
Raymonde Fortin works with elite athletes and Olympians.
Since 1995, she has covered many major sporting events including six Summer and Winter Olympic Games and is the head physiotherapist of the Nationa lWomen’s Baseball Team since 2004.