Philipe Lachance is a Registered Physiotherapist who has graduated from McMaster University where he received a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy. Prior to completing his Masters, Philipe attended Laurentian University and obtained his Bachelors Degree in Physical and Health Education. He is currently a Sessional Lecturer at the School of Human Kinetics, Laurentian University.
Philipe is driven to help clients enhance their quality of life by decreasing their pain and enhancing their function. He is goal oriented and strives to work together with patients to establish achievable goals and to provide them with the necessary tools to address them.
He has experience in assessing and treating musculoskeletal injuries affecting the general population, athletes and people involved in motor vehicle accidents. He uses a multimodal approach, including manual therapy, soft tissue release, acupuncture, dry needling, functional and therapeutic exercises, pain management and education, to deal with a variety of muscle, joint, bone and nerve problems. He has a special interest in treating shoulder pain, in post-operative rehabilitation and prosthetic rehabilitation.
He continues to advance his practice through continuing education taking on new concepts in managing musculoskeletal conditions.
Philipe is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario, the Ontario Physiotherapy Association and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.