Éric  Boucher - Owner and Physiotherapist

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Valleyfield Vaudreuil-Dorion

Éric Boucher

Owner and Physiotherapist

B.Sc. P.T.

Éric Boucher graduated in 2002 with a B.Sc. in physiotherapy from the Université de Montréal and is a member of the Ordre des Professionnels de la Physiothérapie du Québec. He started with Action Sport Physio in January 2003. He co-owns the Vaudreuil-Dorion clinic since 2005 and the Valleyfield clinic since 2007. He also acts as president and public relations director for both clinics since January 2009. Éric has notably covered various sports events and treats local athletes, from junior AAA hockey to bantam and midget AAA football.

His interest in sports medicine and running has led him to become a "certified +" expert and an "expert 2.0." in running injuries, prevention and in biomechanical analysis of lower limbs, which allows him to treat some of Canada’s elite runners. He has been a guest speaker at the Montreal International Marathon and is a marathon runner himself since 2005. Éric likes to teach and supervise physiotherapy students during their final internships and he constantly aspires to broaden his knowledge of physiotherapy and furthering his education in manual therapy.

A fan of sports in general, Éric also competes in triathlons competitions and he completed his very first Half Ironman in the summer of 2009 in Rhode Island. During his free time, he plays a little soccer and volleyball, sports for which he was a coach for a few years.




Hi, my name is Montana Harman. I am 14 years old. I do a lot of horseback riding, as well as play baseball and hockey. I started having ankle problems when I was two years old. My ankles would hurt if I walked a lot; let’s say when I would play tag. They hadn’t hurt in a while, but then summer came and I started riding more and also training horses, meaning I spent a lot of time on my feet. Sometimes at the end of the day my ankles would be hurting so much, I would just want to sit down. My mom brought me to Action Sport Physio in Vaudreuil, and that’s where I met Éric. He had me do a bunch of different tests so he could figure out where my pain was coming from. Then he gave me 5 exercises to do and said I should come again the next week. When I came back he gave me some more exercises, but by that time my ankles were already better. Keeping up with my exercises was sometimes a bit tough, but with them I was getting a lot better. I could even play baseball and they wouldn’t hurt! Now I can ride and train horses all day, play hockey in the evening and my ankles don’t hurt one bit! I’m so happy! I will definitely come back in future!