Noémie is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, specialization in Athletic Therapy (AT)/Honours with a minor in Multidisciplinary Sciences at Concordia University in Montreal.
She had her first AT field internship with the Sainte Anne’s Rugby Club where she got experience treating athletes of all ages and all skill levels in high pressure game situations. Her second internship at Concordia University’s Perform Athletic Therapy clinic is where she worked assessing and treating clients with diverse musculoskeletal injuries, developing and executing treatment programs all adapted to each client’s age, sport and injury. She also enjoys working in different community sporting events and clubs and also has experience covering softball, volleyball, water-polo, rugby, soccer and badminton.
Noémie understands how injuries can be difficult for patients to live through both physically and psychologically, as she was a competitive volleyball player for 6 years. As an athletic therapy student, she has been amazed by the difference that can be made when an injured patient gets appropriate care immediately after the injury and the necessary therapeutic modalities, manual therapies and exercises are applied to lead to a successful recovery.
Outside of the clinic, Noémie also enjoys traveling, hiking, playing and coaching volleyball, spending time with friends and family and learning American Sign Language.