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Pierre Frémont

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Santé des populations et pratiques optimales en santé
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2875, boulevard Laurier, Édifice Delta II, 4e étage

Québec (Québec)
CANADA G1V 4M2

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+1 418-525-4444, poste 42701
Télécopieur(s)
+1 418-654-2778
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pierre.fremont@crchudequebec.ulaval.ca

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Esculier JF, Bouyer LJ, Dubois B, Fremont P, Moore L, McFadyen B, Roy JS. Is combining gait retraining or an exercise programme with education better than education alone in treating runners with patellofemoral pain?A randomised clinical trial. British journal of sports medicine,  2017. Epub
Fremont P. Author response: Identifying concussion: when guidelines collide with real-world implementation-is a formal medical diagnosis necessary in every case once a proper protocol is implemented? British journal of sports medicine,  2017. 51: 620-621
Lowry V, Desjardins-Charbonneau A, Roy JS, Dionne CE, Fremont P, MacDermid JC, Desmeules F. Efficacy of workplace interventions for shoulder pain: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Journal of rehabilitation medicine : official journal of the UEMS European Board of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine,  2017. 49: 529-542
Esculier JF, Bouyer LJ, Dubois B, Fremont P, Moore L, McFadyen B, Roy JS. Infographic: treating runners with patellofemoral pain: appropriate education is key. British journal of sports medicine,  2017. Epub
Esculier JF, Bouyer LJ, Dubois B, Fremont P, Moore L, Roy JS. Effects of rehabilitation approaches for runners with patellofemoral pain: protocol of a randomised clinical trial addressing specific underlying mechanisms. BMC musculoskeletal disorders,  2016. 17: 5
Fremont P. Identifying concussion: when guidelines collide with real-world implementation-is a formal medical diagnosis necessary in every case once a proper protocol is implemented? British journal of sports medicine,  2016. 50: 1358-1359
Desmeules F, Boudreault J, Dionne CE, Lowry V, Fremont P, MacDermid JC, Roy JS. Efficacy of exercise therapy in workers with rotator cuff tendinopathy: a systematic review. Journal of occupational health,  2016. 58: 389-403
Thornton JS, Fremont P, Khan K, Poirier P, Fowles J, Wells GD, Frankovich RJ. Physical Activity Prescription: A Critical Opportunity to Address a Modifiable Risk Factor for the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease: A Position Statement by the Canadian Academy of Sport and Exercise Medicine. Clinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine,  2016. 26: 259-65
Carson JD, Rendely A, Garel A, Meaney C, Stoller J, Kaicker J, Hayden L, Moineddin R, Fremont P. Are Canadian clinicians providing consistent sport-related concussion management advice? Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien,  2016. 62: 494-500
St-Pierre C, Desmeules F, Dionne CE, Fremont P, MacDermid JC, Roy JS. Psychometric properties of self-reported questionnaires for the evaluation of symptoms and functional limitations in individuals with rotator cuff disorders: a systematic review. Disability and rehabilitation,  2016. 38: 103-22
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