A member of the Canadian Olympic synchronized swimming team, Jessika and her team placed 6th and 4th at the 2004 and 2008 Olympics, respectively. Sports, health, and well-being are intrinsic elements of her values.
With her in-depth understanding of the human body’s biomechanics, Jessika Dubuc provides a personalized approach to alleviation of repetitive strain injury and to general physical fitness. She draws on her own athletic prowess to promote increased vitality in her patients.
- Bachelors in Kinesiology at Université de Montréal
- Massage therapy training at the Kiné-Concept Training Institute
- Osteopathy degree at the Montreal College of Osteopathic Studies
- Olympic career as synchronized swimmer
With a Bachelor’s Degree in kinesiology from Université de Montréal Jessika Dubuc completed her studies in 2009. She started working as a personal trainer and specialized in repetitive strain injury. For the past two years, she has focused on cardiac rehabilitation.
To complete her studies, Jessika undertook training in therapeutic massage therapy, including myofascial massage, deep-tissue massage, and sports massage. Both in practice and in massage therapy, her particular passion is musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
In 2011 she began studying osteopathy at the Montreal College of Osteopathic Studies. With her background in kinesiology, in massage therapy, and her latest studies in osteopathy, she is well-placed to work in the field of musculoskeletal problems.