Our team

Your chiropractors, Alexandre Allaire, D.C. and Danica Brousseau, M.Sc., D.C., Irit Antebi, receptionist, Ginette Lacroix-Deakin, receptionist

Your chiropractors, Alexandre Allaire, D.C. and Danica Brousseau, M.Sc., D.C., Irit Antebi, receptionist, Ginette Lacroix-Deakin, receptionist

Dr. Alexandre Allaire, Chiropractor, D.C.

Having graduated from the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR) in 2016, Dr. Allaire joined the Focus Chiropractic team immediately. In his practice, he combines various techniques in order to adapt the treatments to each patient.

 

Approach and techniques: traditional technique (diversified), Thompson technique (table with mechanical levers), muscle techniques, sports taping, neuroproprioceptive taping.

 

Member of:

* Member of the Ordre des chiropraticiens du Québec

* Member of the Quebec chiropractic association

* Member of the Canadian chiropractic association

 

Dr. Danica Brousseau, chiropractor, D.C., M.Sc.

A 2005-graduate from the Doctor of Chiropractic program at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières (UQTR), Dr. Brousseau is the co-founder of Focus Chiropratique, which opened in January 2006.

Dre Brousseau has a family-oriented practice and sees patients of all ages, from newborn babies to seniors, but with a particular interest for care adapted to the special needs of pregnant women, babies, and children. She uses a variety of techniques in order to determine which approach will best suit her patients’ needs, preferences, and health objectives. Collaboration with other healthcare practitioners is an integral part of her clinical approach in order to help her patients get better by using everyone’s strengths.

 

Approach and techniques: traditional technique (diversified), Thompson technique (table using mechanical drop pieces),  perscussion instrument, soft tissue techniques.

 

Passionate about teaching, she’s been involved in the training of future chiropractors at UQTR, first as a lecturer since 2006 and then as a clinical teacher since 2011. She has also been involved at the Ordre des chiropraticiens du Québec since 2007, where she currently holds the position of 2nd vice-president and is in charge of the continuing education committee. She is also involved with the Quebec Arthritis Society.

In August 2016, in order to dedicate more time to her teaching duties while keeping a reduced practice schedule, she has yielded the management of the clinic to Dr. Alexandre Allaire, chiropractor.

 

Member of :

Ordre des chiropraticiens du Québec

Quebec Chiropractic Association

Canadian Chiropractic Association

Quebec Association of  pediatric and perinatal chiropractic

* Council on Chiropractic Pediatrics of the International Chiropractors Association

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