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Raymonde Fortin-Expert Physiotherapist

Doctor of Physical Therapy, Sports Physiotherapist,
Manual Therapist (FCAMPT), PPAS
Co-owner of the clinic and Vice President of Professional Services


  • Doctor of Clinical Science in Physiotherapy (D.Sc.P.T.), Manual Therapy, 2017
  • B.Sc. Kinesiology (B.Sc., KIN), University of Ottawa, 1987
  • B.Sc. Physiotherapy (B.Sc., pht), University of Montreal, 1990
  • Sports Physiotherapist (Diploma), 1994
  • Certified Athletic Therapist (CAT(C)), 1996
  • Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT), 2001
  • Dry Needling Certification (AFCI and OPPQ)
  • Certified by the Running Clinic

Raymonde in a nutshell...

Since her graduation, Raymonde has shown a great interest in orthopedics and sports medicine. This interest has led her to enhance her knowledge and achieve the highest levels of training in sports physiotherapy and manual therapy in Canada.

In addition to her numerous professional activities, she also serves as the Vice President/Professional Services and Chief Physiotherapist at STADIUM Clinic, a clinic of which she is a co-owner.

"What drives me in physiotherapy is the possibility of making a significant impact in people's lives by helping them achieve their autonomy or sports performance goals. As a perpetual student, I find the opportunities for further development in this field to be highly stimulating!"

Teaching experiences
Raymonde is an Assistant Professor at the University of Montreal. She taught sports physiotherapy from 1996 to 2013 and has been teaching radiology to physiotherapy students since 2001. She also teaches orthopedic radiology in continuing education programs for physiotherapy professionals since 2007.

Sports event coverage
Raymonde has been the physiotherapist for the Canadian national women's baseball team since 2004. She has also participated in numerous international games, including:

  • Canada Games in 1995 and 1997
  • Paralympic Games in Atlanta, USA, in 1996
  • Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan, in 1998
  • World University Championships in Majorca, Spain, in 1999
  • Paralympic Games in Sydney, Australia, in 2000
  • Francophone Games in Hull/Ottawa, Canada, in 2001 (as Head Therapist)
  • University Games in Izmir, Turkey, in 2005 (as Head Therapist)
  • Olympic Games in Turin, Italy, in 2006 (as Assistant Head Therapist)
  • Women's Baseball World Championships in Edmonton, Canada, in 2006
  • Olympic Games in Beijing, China, in 2008
  • Commonwealth Junior Games in Pune, India, in 2008
  • Women's Baseball World Championships in Japan, in 2008
  • Women's Baseball World Championships in Edmonton, Canada, in 2012
  • Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada, in 2010 (as Assistant Head Therapist)
  • Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia, in 2014 (as Chief Therapist)
  • Pan American Games in Toronto, Canada, in 2015
  • Women's Baseball World Championships in Gijang, South Korea, in 2016
  • Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, in 2018

Member in order of:

  • Professional Order of Physiotherapy of Quebec (OPPQ)/li>
  • Canadian Physiotherapy Association/li>
  • Canadian Athletic Therapists Association (CATA)

In terms of research, Raymonde has recently completed her Doctor of Clinical Science in Physiotherapy at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan. This doctoral program has expanded her knowledge in integrative rehabilitation, an approach that is now implemented at STADIUM Clinic. This six-year journey has provided a direction for the entire team, as they are constantly striving for excellence.
Merits, award and scholarships
In 2001, she was honored to receive the "Prix Mérite" from the Interprofessional Council of Quebec, which recognizes the exceptional contribution of a physiotherapist to the profession and the professional system in Quebec.Raymonde has been honored with the Carol L. Richard Award by the Professional Order of Physiotherapy (OPPQ) on November 10, 2019. This award recognizes individuals of exceptional merit who deserve recognition from their peers.

Sports practiced
In terms of sports and leisure activities, Raymonde played elite-level softball for ten years and participated in two Canadian championships as an athlete and another as a coach. Currently, she is involved in boxing, running, and weightlifting at the gym. She also enjoys hiking and traveling around the world.

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Services offered
Athletic Therapy
Sports Therapy

Parc Olympique
To take an appointement with Raymonde, please call the reception of our clinics.