Pascale Décarie, Osteopath
Qualifications in osteopathy
Osteopathic studies; 5th year exams successfully completed at the College of Osteopathic Studies of Montreal, CEOM, (2014-2019)
- Post-graduate training:
Structural-functional osteo-articular adjustment, CEOM, 2019
Pascale in a nutshell
Pascale has been working with a sports clientele, both to facilitate a return to play following an injury and to improve sports performance.
Her practice has also included a diversity of clientele of all ages.
Very active in the osteopathic community, she participated in a humanitarian mission in Peru and is involved in several projects and associations.
She participates in continuing education and post-graduate courses in order to improve her knowledge while remaining on the lookout for new skills and new research.
This developmental process is guided by the desire to offer personalized and comprehensive treatments to everyone she sees on a daily basis.
She is currently writing a dissertation on cervical dystonia, a neurological syndrome, in collaboration with the medical profession, to promote osteopathy as an auxiliary therapy to traditional medicine.
"Osteopathy is a profession that fascinates me. It combines my interests for science, human biology and the biomechanics of the body. It allows me to treat the body as a unit, to provide better general mobility and to increase the quality of life of my patients"
Coverage of sporting events
Pascale has accompanied several athletes, both during competitions and for recreational sports. She has treated several athletes for triathlons and Ironman.
Sports practiced / Leisure
Pascale practices swimming, running and cycling. She also practices yoga and is passionate about hiking.