Thalia Stefanescu – Interne en ostéopathie B.Sc. (Hons)

Health at your finger tips.
Thalia received a bachelor’s degree in osteopathy from the Collège d’étude Ostéopathique of Montreal in December 2010. She is currently in the final phases of completing her thesis in osteopathy which will award her the title of D.O. in early 2018. Since 2010, she has worked in the Downtown Montreal area, in Laval as well as in the West-Island of Montreal which has allowed her to develop and broaden her practice. She has a passion for cranio-sacral work as well as working with children and infants. Very active and involved in sports, Thalia has a passion for martial arts and has competed in many sports. She is a member of RITMA since 2010.

Tanya Laberge


Tanya Laberge graduated from the University of Ottawa in 2007 with a bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy and she has completed a master‘s degree in Australia at the University of Western Australia in 2008 with a specialization in Manual Therapy. She has acquired a lot of experience with professional athletes and top athletes such as the University of Ottawa Women’s “Gee-Gee’s” hockey team from 2004 to 2007 and worked with the Cirque du Soleil from 2010 to 2012.
She is a member of the OPPQ (Professional Order of Physiotherapy of Quebec), the CPA (Canadian Physiotherapy Association – Sports and Orthopaedic divisions), the SPC (Sport Physiotherapy Canada) and the CAMPT (Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy).


Cindy Robinson – B.Sc.Kin, MScPT, FCAMPT


Since graduating from the University of Toronto in 2003 with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy, I have gained invaluable experience while working at prominent multi disciplinary sports medicine clinics in both downtown Montreal and Toronto. I have also enjoyed the unique opportunity of working as a resident therapist at Cirque du Soleil’s international headquarters, where I continue to work on contract.

In 2007, I earned a Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. As a CAMPT Certified therapist, I am one of less than 5% of physiotherapists in Canada who have completed extensive post-graduate education in the area of orthopaedics and have attained internationally recognized qualifications in hands-on manipulative therapy. I am also one of few physiotherapists in Quebec who have the necessary training to be certified to perform articular and vertebral manipulations.

I am a registered physiotherapist and a member of the professional Order of Physiotherapy in Quebec (OPPQ), the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA – orthopaedic division), and the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (CAMPT).