WELCOME TO OUR NEW MASSAGE THERAPIST: PIERRE-DAVID PINAULT
Pierre-David suspended his studies in kinesiology to act as a caregiver for an immediate family member. As a result, he realized the power of touch and his passion for massage therapy. He consequently completed a training in massage therapy with a specialization in Swedish massage.
With his background in personal training and martial arts, he is pursuing his training in sport massage therapy with more focus on deep tissue massage and the release of trigger points.
Pierre-David WILL BEGIN his massage therapy treatments on september 8th 2020.
- Monday : not available
- Tuesday : from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
- Wednesday : from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm
- Thursday : not available
- Friday: will be soon be available
- Saturday: will be soon be available
- Sunday: not available
Get in touch with Pierre-David
To make an appointment with Pierre-David
One of the best ways to make an appointment with Pierre-David is to make use of our online appointment service. To use it on your mobile phone, you will need to download the GOrendez-vous app or use it right away if you are on a desktop.
Click on the link to access our professionals’ schedule.
Phone: (514) 639-3809
Interventions offered by Pierre-David :
- Massage Therapy – réseau des massothérapeutes professionnels du Québec
What is Sports physiotherapy?
A different perspective on health
Ours Articles of the Clinique
The word holistic is often used in discussing a person’s health or treatment, but many people are still uncertain exactly what it means. The word holistic comes from the Greek word holos, meaning “entire” or “all.” Rather than some weird definition, holistic treatment simply means treating the entire person.
A client consults in physiotherapy following a bad fall in the stairs that resulted in a long scratch along the inside of her leg, down to the ankle. Following a careful analysis of the resulting edema, Mr Guindon recommends a massotherapy treatment with Sophie. With this type of injury, our body calls out different internal systems to first, defend itself and then, regenerate healthy new tissues around the injured area. The inflammatory and cellular repair phases were almost completed when we started treatment. At that point, there were no more remaining visible edemas on the outside of the skin, only a small bulge around the top tibial plateau area. In massothe allowsrapy, we view this tissue accumulation as a potential gridlock for blood circulation as well as a lack of tissue elasticity. We therefore focused our interventions around these areas : A lymphatic drainage promotes a better blood and lymphatic flow that allows better elimination through nourishment and oxygenation of damaged tissues. Using strokes of vibration, effleurage and petrissage, we were able to reestablish healthy blood flow, increasing internal temperature which in turn will help increase elasticity of the connecting tissues through what we call, myofascial release. Working on improving […]