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Our Occupational Therapy Services at Action Sport Physio Île Perrot

Take control of your autonomy with our passionate occupational therapists

The only occupational therapy clinic in Île Perrot

Our Occupational Therapy Services at Action Sport Physio Île Perrot

What is Occupational Therapy?

Activity is one of the core concepts of occupational therapy. It is the subject of this field and the preferred treatment method. Our health care professionals help their patients with persistent pain and limitations to optimize the abilities needed to perform and organize daily, domestic, leisure and work activities in order to regain independence and autonomy in their daily lives.

A musculoskeletal disorder has repercussions not only at the level of biomechanical structures, but also affects all spheres of daily life. By making sure that all these factors are taken into consideration, our occupational therapists can help you find ways to adapt and better manage your activities in order to reduce their impact on your injury. We will help you achieve your personal goals in a way that is unique to each individual.

How can our occupational therapists help you?

  • Safe and optimal return to work (CNESST & SAAQ)
  • Rehabilitation following a musculoskeletal injury or surgery through activities and functional therapies
  • Pain management
  • Cognitive difficulties following a concussion
  • Hand therapy (following an injury or surgery)
  • Mental Health
  • Workstation ergonomics (posture)
  • Driving assessment (at our Valleyfield clinic only)

Our Occupational Therapists

Christine A. Messiha

Christine is one of the owners and an occupational therapist at ASP Île Perrot. She graduated from McGill University in 2010 and holds a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy. She stands out for her experience in mental health and cognitive stimulation, as well as for her knowledge in adapting postural techniques for work, activities of daily living and home activities, and pain management techniques. In addition, she has been working for several years in hand therapy helping individuals either post-surgical hand surgery or following musculoskeletal injuries affecting the function of their upper limb.

She is passionate about the field of rehabilitation and in helping individuals regain their independence in their activities.

To learn more about Christine, click here. 

For more information, please contact our team at the front desk. They will be happy to help you! 514 425-9129