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Anatomy of the Shoulder

In this first part on the shoulder, Latin Olivier Niyonsaba, physiotherapist and owner of ASP Lachine, talks about the anatomy of the shoulder.

Spring is Coming!

Spring is a critical period for many endurance athletes in Quebec. For many, the cleared sidewalks and the return of milder temperatures can cause a rapid change in training routines. Some runners will drastically increase their training volume. Others will get back to speed work and interval training. Furthermore, those who remained active during the winter months will say goodbye to their skis, snowshoes, and treadmill for outdoor runs. In all cases, some rules are to be considered in order to reduce the risk of overuse injuries.

Any change to your running training must be done gradually so that your body can adapt to it. The change of running surface does not deviate from this rule. So, running outside on paved roads is not, per se, dangerous. What is risky is the transition between both surfaces. 

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April 2018

New ASP clinic in Île-Perrot

We are thrilled and proud to announce the official opening of our Île-Perrot clinic, located at 237, Grand Boulevard.

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New Partnership with Ski Acro Quebec

We are proud to announce a new partnership with Ski Acro Québec!

This provincial organization represents athletes in recreational and competitive freestyle skiing programs in Quebec, in moguls, jumps, slopestyle and halfpipe events.

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Coming Soon Near You

ASP's 30th anniversary: interview with Alain Scheldeman, cofounder and president of the network


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