Our team consists of qualified professionals among our various disciplines:


Barbara Barbara

Barbara has a degree in physical therapy from the l'Université de Montréal in 1996.

She has taken numerous post-graduate courses in manual therapy up to level E3V3.

She has also aquired training in the vestibular system and for the pelvic floor muscle.

Barbara is also a graduate of Centre ostéopathique du Québec (COQ) in osteopathy in 2010.

She has always worked in the private sector, primarily in orthopedics and is at the Hickson's clinic since 1998.

Co-owner since 2009 and now sole shareholder, Barbara is a member of OPPQ (physiotherapy) and OQ (osteopathy).

Karyne Karyne

Karyne graduated in physical rehabilitation from CÉGEP Marie-Victorin in 2002.

She worked for 12 and a half years in private practices. She also graduated in massage therapy.

Karyne completed her studies in osteopathy in Quebec Osteopathic Centre (COQ) in 2014 and has an interest in treatments of infants and pregnant women.

Karyne is a member of OQ (osteopathy).

Nancy Nancy

Nancy has been a physiotherapist since 2003. She graduated from the Laval University and is also a graduate of the Osteopathic Centre of Quebec ( May 2011).

Nancy has attended several post-graduate training courses including treatment of herniated discs, disorders of the sacroiliac joint, the approach to pregnant women pre-and post-delivery, problems of instability in the shoulder, etc..

She also has sports training in Pilates.

Nancy is a member of OPPQ (physiotherapy) and OQ (osteopathy).

Francoise Francoise

Françoise is a graduate in massage therapy (1000 hours) in 2004 from the École de massage professionnel À fleur de peau.

She aquired different approaches for massage therapy: Californian massage, Swedish massage, therapeutic massage, and massages for sports and pregnant women.

She also attended classes for manuel lymphatic drainage according to Dr. Vodder's original method.

And a Reiki Master training ( holistic therapy, a method of gentle energy work that helps to heal the physical, mental and emotional balance.

Françoise is cellist and completed her studies in acupunture in June 2012.

She is a member of ACAM ( massage therapy) and OAQ ( acupuncture).

Marjorie Marjorie

Marjorie graduated in osteopathy, and is a member of the RITMA association.
While being a nurse for a decade, she practices in frontline medicine and project management both in Quebec and abroad. This gave her the opportunity to develop knowledge in perinatal care, pregnancy follow-up, childbirth preparation and pediatrics, as well as knowledge for health and safety regulations, diseases and public health.
Her curiosity, empathy and interest in seeking ways to address the causes rather than the symptoms has led her to the field of osteopathy. Marjorie will be delighted to use this passion in order to improve your well being.

Sophie Sophie

Sophie graduated in osteopathy from the Collège d'études ostéopathique in 2018.

Veronique Veronique

Véronique graduated in physical rehabilitation at the Marie-Victorin cegep.

She finished her studies in osteopathy at the Centre Ostéopathique du Québec (C.O.Q) and has always worked in the private sector.

Véronique is a member of Ostéopathie Québec.

Alexandrine Alexandrine

Alexandrine is in her final year of studying osteopathy at the Centre Ostéopathique du Québec and is a member of the RITMA professional association.

She holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McGill University (2013).

Alexandrine has also taken a training course in group exercise classes (2013) and has been teaching cardio-bike classes at the Claude-Robillard Center since that time.

Dalia Dalia

Dalia completed her Bachelor's and Master's degree in physiotherapy at l'Université de Montréal in 2015.

She has an interest in musculoskeletal therapy and is continuing her training in the fields of manual therapy, myofascial therapy, etc.

She is a member of OPPQ (physiotherapy).

Alexandra Alexandra

Alexandra is in her final year studying osteopathy at the Centre Ostéopathique du Québec and is a member of the RITMA professional association. She did her college studies in Physical Rehabilitation Technique at the Cégep de Sherbrooke where she graduated in 2013. She also began studying kinesiology at the Université de Sherbrooke (2013 to 2014) and then decided to move towards osteopathy.

She is a member of OPPQ (physiotherapy).

Annie Annie