We are a multidisciplinary sports and alternative medicine clinic situated in an allopathic medical centre in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC. Our goal is to offer the athletic and not-so-athletic population possible solutions for any of the body’s complaints or dysfunctions.
Our method is to listen to the patients’ goals, then suggest the appropriate course towards full recovery. From orthopaedic aches and pains, to major systemic conditions or for Olympic level athletes looking for the next strong building block, the body’s physiology always leaves room for improvement.
Our team includes professional athletic therapists, osteopaths, massage therapists and an acupuncturist. Manual therapy (hands-on), functional movement training (from stretching to strengthening), pain control modalities and postural proprioceptive education are our primary clinical tools.
Following sports teams and providing athletic therapy coverage at events are also included in the list of services provided by Adrenaline Sport Therapy.
At Adrenaline Sport Therapy we take pride in ensuring that all our therapists benefit from continuing education and remain up to date with the latest developments and treatments.Thus, our clients have a high level of confidence when being treated by the most experienced among us to the newest of talented therapist team that have been influenced by the veterans.Because of this high confidence level,our greatest number of clients come referred from those already successfully treated. Results come from the amount of care and time put into each casein an enjoyable environment.
Brian Olney has been working in the sports medicine world for over 14 years and has evolved through many post graduate studies to work as an osteopath/athletic therapist. He graduated from Concordia university and the college d’etude osteopathique de Montreal after defending a thesis in front of an international jury on inflammatory bowel diseases and osteopathic treatment.
One domain cannot be distinguished from the other as both influences have lead to the global approach and movement re-education that can be so important to break tendencies and imprints that are causing negative effects.
Brian has worked with national level athletes, world champions, as well as newborns and golden age “not so newborns” with minor problems to systemic conditions. As experience as an athlete, coach, therapist, humanitarian volunteer and someone who has suffered from more than just aches and pains, he has come to the realization that things shouldn’t just get a little bit better but that they should be “on” and progressing towards autonomy for the patient.
The reasons for seeing an osteopath or athletic therapist are numerous and listed under the disciplines to help guide your thought process. Receipts from Brian can be given as an osteopath from the ADOQ or FCO, or as certified athletic therapist recognized by the Canadian Athletic Therapy Association.
Nina Benisty, a graduate from Concordia University has been working in the world of sports for over 7 years. With a degree in Exercise Science and a specialization in Athletic Therapy, Nina has developed her career with varsity teams across the province. In order to broaden her manual skills, Nina pursued continuing education in osteopathy at Centre d’Ostéopathie du Québec. As an osteopath and athletic therapist, Nina has developed a true passion for the human body and the art of fixing and healing it!
Badoui Khalil is a professional, dynamic and motivated osteopath that graduated from the College d’Études Ostéopathiques de Montreal, where he completed his thesis in 2012.
A previous graduate in physical therapy, B. Sc. in 2000 from the Lebanese University, this has also influenced Badoui’s history of working in the health field. He continues to pursue post graduate studies as a true believer in continuing education. He has attended annually the Montreal Symposium on traditional osteopathy since 2009 as well as other courses including specific articular adjustments, seated facet release techniques, and McKenzie for low back pain and sports injury.
Jessica Maranda’s career in sports therapy started at a young age. Inspired by her time in the amateur soccer leagues of Quebec, she found a calling in athletic therapy she’s pursued through education and practice.
A graduate of Concordia University’s Exercise Science Program with a Specialization in Athletic Therapy, Jess has worked for teams, institutions and organizations across Canada. Her experience in the world of sports has exposed her to a broad set of challenges, giving her opportunities to learn and grow in her field.
Beyond athletes, Jess has spent her time since graduating applying her skills and knowledge to patients of all ages. She is a Certified first responder, a Certified Athletic Therapist, and a Certified Massage Therapist.
Treatments range from a leisure relaxation massage to treating muscle imbalances through stretching, strengthening, exercise prescriptions and education. She is looking forward to every opportunity Adrenaline Sport Therapy can offer her in a career she is passionate about.