COVID-19: Prevention & precautionary measures

Kinatex Sports Physio proudly follows and ensures compliance with all special measures announced by the Government of Quebec (or Ontario where applicable) and the recommendations of the CNESST, the INSPQ and other various professional orders, including the OPPQ, in order to counter the spread of COVID-19.

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KinatexSocial Engagement

Each year, Kinatex Sports Physio supports several causes and events for a better quality of life in our community through sponsors and donations. We are proud to partner with the organizations below as they all try to make a difference through concrete actions. Kinatex Sports Physio believes that paying it forward is what drives mutual cooperation and sharing.

As Kinatex Sports Physio’s mission statement is centered on health, especially children’s health, we have decided to partner with a foundation we know we can trust: Fondation centre de cancérologie Charles-Bruneau.

Since 2008, Kinatex Sports Physio has been deeply involved in support for children with cancer by sponsoring one of the most prominent fundraising events: the Tour CIBC Charles-Bruneau! First as a presenting sponsor of the Midis du Tour, Kinatex Sports Physio became a glove and water bottle sponsor for cyclists during the Tour and handed over more than $83,274 in donations and sponsors over the course of its eight-year partnership!

As does everyone at Fondation centre de cancérologie Charles-Bruneau, Kinatex Sports Physio one day wishes to hear these children say: “When I grow up, I’ll be cured!”

Established in 1999, The Lymphedema Association of Québec (LAQ) provides support, education and awareness to people living with lymphedema, their families, and friends and to healthcare professionals. The association informs and educate about lymphedema and its causes, risk reduction and treatments of this chronic disease, and encourage scientific research leading to a cure.

Life. We don’t want you to miss it. That’s why Heart & Stroke leads the fight against heart disease and stroke. Together, we are working to promote health, save lives and enhance recovery through research, prevention and public policy.

The year 2020 marks the beginning of a great collaboration between Heart & Stroke and Kinatex to support research and recovery for heart disease and stroke survivors so that people don’t miss out on precious moments. Kinatex will support various initiatives, such as a campaign to sell bracelets made of semi-precious stones, a Paper Hearts campaign and a support for Your Stroke Journey guide.

For more information about Heart & Stroke, visit heartandstroke.ca.

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Kinatex Sports Physio is moved by the purpose of the Défi sportif AlterGo and is proud to support it. Unique in the world, the Défi sportif AlterGo is the biggest annual multisports event in Canada. The event gathers many elite and up-and-coming athletes from all around the world with no regards to their deficiency.

During this 10-days-competition, our therapists treat injuries and discomforts and provide primary care to athletes with functional limitations. We are excited to participate in the fulfillment and the inclusion of our young athletes trough sport. Sport for everybody!

arthritis

In 2013, Kinatex Sports Physio got involved with the Arthritis Society, the largest non-government funder of arthritis research in the country.

An increasing number of people are diagnosed with arthritis every year, which is why Kinatex Sports Physio gets involved in various events organized by the Arthritis Society. Through this partnership, Kinatex wishes to support and help the Society develop and meet its research objectives in order to one day eradicate this scourge.

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Since 2012, Kinatex Sports Physio has supported neurosurgical research by taking on an active role in Fondation CHU de Québec’s Kilimanjaro challenge. This event takes place at the Chute-Montmorency park in Québec to raise money for neurosurgical research.

Two dedicated teams from Kinatex support and cheer on these brave individuals in their quest to go up and down the 487 steps at the Chute-Montmorency park 10 times, which is the actual height of the Kilimanjaro, or 5,882 meters!