Management of persistent pain

Did you know that 1 in 5 people currently live with chronic pain? In fact, nearly 8 million Canadians are affected by this condition. Persistent pain is associated with changes in the central nervous system. Specific interventions included in our program can correct some of these impairments.

Best practices recommend treating chronic pain with an interdisciplinary team, which is why our program includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists and kinesiologists.

Who is this program for?

This program is for people living with chronic pain, including:

  • Back pain/lower back pain;
  • Neck pain/cervical pain;
  • Osteoarthritis;
  • Any other form of persistent pain (> 3 months).

Program description

12-week program:

  • 8 individualized sessions
  • 8 group sessions

An interdisciplinary approach, including:

  • An evaluation with a kinesiologist
  • An evaluation with an occupational therapist

With a personalized approach, adapted to your abilities and goals, this program is based on scientific evidence and supported by the Butler, Moseley and O’Sullivan approach.

Program objectives

  • To help you understand the physiological mechanisms of pain and apply this knowledge to your situation;
  • To allow you to identify the factors that increase your pain;
  • To provide you with concrete tools for reducing your pain;
  • To support you in the resumption of your activities and/or return to work.

Our team

Our team includes physiotherapists with master’s degrees in physiotherapy AND graduate degrees in pain management as well as colleagues (occupational therapists and kinesiologists) with many years of experience working with patients suffering from chronic pain.

Make an appointment Preparation for your first appointment

Questionnaires on your pain and your lifestyle will be sent to you by email.

Please take the time to complete them before the first appointment.



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