ProActive Athletic Therapy Partners with Carleton Place Canadians

CARLETON PLACE, ONT — ProActive Athletic Therapy announced today a community partnership with Jr A Canadians of Carleton Place. The new partnership will serve ProActive Athletic Therapy as the official injury rehabilitation clinic for the Jr A Canadians player.

“ProActive Athletic Therapy (PAT) is committed to the community, and to the health and well-being of the young players of the Jr A Canadians’ ‘ says clinic owner & CEO Valerie Beaulieu. ” Athletic Therapists are trained and specialized in assessing and actively rehabilitating all manners of musculoskeletal conditions and concussion management. At PAT, we are passionate when it comes to getting people back to doing what they love quickly and safely, so partnering with our local Jr A hockey team made sense for us. We are thrilled to partner with the Jr A Canadians and look forward to working with the players and the coaching staff to help keep the players safe and in the game.”

“We are very excited to be creating this partnership with Valerie and her team at Proactive Athletic Therapy” says Brent Sullivan, Owner and Head Coach of the Carleton Place Jr A Canadians. “Valerie and I have a very strong passion for local community support and providing for our athletes. We couldn’t be happier with our new partnership!”

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About ProActive Athletic Therapy

ProActive Athletic Therapy (PAT) located in Carleton Place, ON is the only Athletic Therapy clinic in Lanark County. Since 2013, the clinic has been committed to making a difference in people’s quality of life through Athletic Therapy, giving back to the community and leading a passionate team of practitioners.

Athletic Therapists (ATs) specialize in treating various acute and chronic conditions, such as low back and neck injuries (nerve impingement, herniated disc, etc), muscle strains, ligament sprains, shoulder and knee injuries, osteoarthritis, concussion management and vertigo.

Traditionally, ATs are known for being emergency sports first responders on the field for high performance athletes. They use the Sports Medicine Model of care, which is designed to get people back to what they love rapidly and safely. PAT uses this model of care in a clinic setting to treat a wide range of patients, from professional athletes to the weekend warriors. They use various manual therapies, modalities, postural/biomechanical correction, exercise prescription, bracing and taping.


About the Carleton Place Jr A Canadians

The Carleton Place Canadians are a local junior hockey franchise that operates in the CCHL. They have been in existence since 2009 after transitioning from the Jr B Legion Kings into the CCHL as the Canadians. The Canadians have had great success moving players on to post-secondary in the NCAA as well as USports ranks, and have had four NHL draft picks come from their organization.

“As a former hockey player myself, I recognize the importance and value of athletic therapy to be at your best. I saw first-hand the need as a player to have accessible physical care and know how important it is for our players to have this support. I believe our players will be in great hands with Valerie and PAT” says Brent Sullivan, Owner and Head Coach of CPC.