Marc-André Corriveau is a physical therapist who graduated from the Université de Montréal in 2011, the first cohort of the professional master in physical therapy. During his graduate studies in physical therapy, he participated in an international cooperation project in Bolivia to improve the local physical therapy health care. Following this mission, he decided to allocate his master’s thesis to the subject of optimization of knowledge transfer in international cooperation for rehabilitation in Bolivia.
The continuing education courses make his clinical practice evidence based, optimal and updated. He continues the program of orthopedic manual therapy of the AQPMO, and he assists to symposiums and conferences each year.
Himself an athlete, he frequently practices running, cycling, surfing and snowboarding. You can also find him on the field with his ultimate Frisbee teams.