“There is nothing impossible to him who will try.”
— Alexander the Great
The Action Sport Physio St-Laurent has a wide range of experts who, thanks to their know-how and cutting-edge technologies, will be able to cure both your new injury and chronic pain..
A native of Ottawa, Ontario, Isabella spent much her childhood playing soccer and figure skating competitively. It was her lifelong love of sports and physical activity that drove her to pursue a career in healthcare and wellness. Having completed her bachelor's degree in Kinesiology at the University of Ottawa as well as a Master's degree in Physiotherapy at McGill University, Isabella is now a licensed physiotherapist with l'Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ).
Pauline Ringue received her diploma from the Collège d'Études Ostéopathiques de Montréal in December 2015. With her most up-to-date techniques, she aims to help her clients improve their day-to-day lives by restoring and improving their physical and psychological equilibrium.
Her training and specializations permit her to treat clients of all ages, including newborns, children, and the elderly. She would be pleased to welcome all family members!
Guy’s approach focuses on mechanical realignment and strengthening. His background as an athlete for over 25 years combined with 13 years in rehabilitation in both the public and private sectors have lead him to believe that most patients need strength and mobility rapidly applied to the problem to relieve pain and prevent the issue from occurring again. He gives home exercise programs focused on correcting limitation or weakness that led to the original misalignment in an effort to prevent reoccurrence.
What they say about us
Jeff Zi says:
There is such a difference between someone skilled and someone who is a master at their craft.
There are physiotherapists who give you an exercise to do gradually heal over a year (and you never really get better), and then there's Guy Razi- I call him the Bone Mover.
He just adjusted one of my misplaced vertebra back into place within 10 minutes (I was carrying my bag across my shoulder and ti started causing a painful clicking in my lower back over the last week- I couldn't sleep last night because I was worried that pain might be permanent). He also fixed my wrists, which were a little out of place and painful. He fixed my shoulder months ago, twice,, and my wife's which ankle (which had a misplaced bone from her sitting on it once by mistake), her back, and her wrists.
None can fix everything, and he might not be able to solve your problem in 1 session, but if you have pains or things out of place, I can't recommend him highly enough. See the entire testimonial on Facebook.
Karol Cordero says:
After I went for a run, my left ankle was sore, swollen and I couldn't walk. A friend recommended Physiotherapist Guy Razy who in a couple of days put me back to normal. I am so grateful for his professionalism and everybody in the clinic for so such a great treatment. I highly recommend this clinic, specially Mr. Razy.
Wes Derequito says:
Thanks to Guy Razi, phsyio extraordinaire, I'd say I'm a good 70% back to physical health. Knee injury is no longer a major issue. Conditioning is almost back too. Now that I can move like I used to, gonna get my body fat back down below 15% ... Give me 6-8 week