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Amadea S. Kezar , MSc. PT

4203 Rue Sainte-Catherine O Suite 201 Westmount Québec, Canada, H3Z1P6
Amadea S. Kezar, ASK Physiothérapie
Physical Therapist
  • Cancer Specialization
  • Geriatric
  • Pelvic Health - All genders (trans inclusive)
  • Sports Specialist
info@askphysiomontreal.com
5147775435
http://www.askphysiomontreal.com

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Amadea Kezar is a certified pelvic health physiotherapist and member of the Ordre Professionel de la Physiothérapie du Québec (OPPQ). She holds a Masters degree in physiotherapy from McGill University and post graduate training at Boston Medical. She is specialized in pelvi-perineal re-education for men, women and the transgender population. Her expertise in the field includes advanced therapies for urinary, ano-rectal and pre-postnatal dysfunction with a particular clinical interest in chronic pelvic and genital pain. She is also one of the few physiotherapists in Canada certified to use pessary fitting as part of treatment for pelvic organ prolapse and to offer Hypopressive ®-Low pressure fitness. Amadea is the owner and clinical director of ASK Physiothérapie, a pelvic health physiotherapy center in Montreal Quebec. A pelvic health advocate, she sits on the international liaison committee of the International Pelvic Pain Society (IPPS) and is an invited speaker for community based and international conferences as well as regularly presenting for medical rounds at the teaching hospitals in Montreal. Her clinic is also a training site for McGill physiotherapy students and hosts interdisciplinary training for urogynecology fellows in collaboration with local teaching hospitals. In 2011 she created the “More Than Kegels” workshop which she runs throughout the Montreal to raise awareness about pelvic floor dysfunction. Her mission is to educate in order to quicken diagnosis and access to conservative treatment for those suffering in silence with symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction.

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