455 Boulevard de la Gappe, Gatineau, J8T 0G1

Matthieu Hamel

Matthieu Hamel

Physiotherapist

After graduating from the University of Ottawa in physiotherapy in 2015, Matthieu quickly became interested in the holistic approach. He completed his basic training in Global Postural Rehabilitation (RPG) in 2017 and has been practicing it ever since. He has also followed several graduate training courses in this discipline in recent years, among others, RPG development and active global stretching (SGA)

Matthieu is constantly trained to provide care based on the latest scientific knowledge in the fields of orthopedics and neuromusculoskeletal medicine.

Matthieu is committed to providing exceptional service through his professionalism and commitment. In addition, collaboration, competence, leadership and respect are integral to its approach.

Matthieu Hamel

Physiotherapist

After graduating from the University of Ottawa in physiotherapy in 2015, Matthieu quickly became interested in the holistic approach. He completed his basic training in Global Postural Rehabilitation (RPG) in 2017 and has been practicing it ever since. He has also followed several graduate training courses in this discipline in recent years, among others, RPG development and active global stretching (SGA)

Matthieu is constantly trained to provide care based on the latest scientific knowledge in the fields of orthopedics and neuromusculoskeletal medicine.

Matthieu is committed to providing exceptional service through his professionalism and commitment. In addition, collaboration, competence, leadership and respect are integral to its approach.

Academic training

  • Master of Health Sciences in Physiotherapy, University of Ottawa – 2015
  • Honours Bachelor of Human Kinetics, University of Ottawa – 2013

Continuing education

  • Theoretical Course Myofascial System Mobilization (MSM) and Structural Myofascial Therapy (TSM), Physiotherapy Forum – 2022
  • Physiotherapeutic puncture with dry needles: clinical integration, Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec – 2021
  • New in Running Injury Prevention, The Runner’s Clinic 2021
  • Vertebral, cervical and upper dorsal manipulations, Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec – 2019
  • Joint and vertebral manipulations, Université de Sherbrooke – 2019
  • Global Active Stretching (SGA) for RPGists. University of Montreal – 2018
  • Advanced training in RPG-Peripheral Joint Dysfunction, University of Montreal – 2017
  • Physiotherapeutic puncture with dry needle (PPAS), Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec – 2017
  • Global Postural Rehabilitation (RPG), University of Montreal – 2017
  • McKenzie Part B: Cervical and Thoracic Spine, Robin McKenzie Institute Canada – 2016
  • McKenzie Part A: Lumbar Spine, Robin McKenzie Institute Canada – 2015

Certificates

  • Joint and vertebral manipulations, Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec, Anjou (QC), Canada – 2019
  • Physiotherapeutic puncture with dry needle (PPAS), Ordre Professionnel de la Physiothérapie du Québec, Anjou (QC), Canada – 2017
  • Global Postural Rehabilitation (RPG), International Permanent University of Manual Therapy (UIPTM), Saint-Mont, France – 2017

Work experience

  • Head Therapist: Gatineau Midget AAA Intrepid, hockey, between 2013 and 2017
  • Sports trainer: in the gym, between 2009 and 2013

Interest

  • Chronic pain
  • Sports-related injuries
  • Running
  • Spinal problems (back, neck, sciatica…)
  • Postural dysfunction
  • Problems related to headaches (migraines, tension headaches …)

Other

  • Bilingual