Shannon Walsh Moreau
- Athletic Therapy, Bachelors of Applied Health Science from Sheridan college (2018)
- Honors in Health Sciences Bachelors Degree, University of Ottawa (2014)
- Certified Athletic Therapist: Canadian Athletic Therapist Association (CATA) and Ontario Athletic Therapy Association (OATA)
- Soft Tissue Release, Level 1
- Certification in Cupping, myofascial release techniques from the Ontario College of TCM
- First Aid (HCP) & Level C CPR
- First Responder
Shannon brings a multi-sport background to Continuum and showcases a wide variety of placements and practical experiences including two internships in the CFL, Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2016) and Ottawa RedBlacks (2017) along with various roles at the University of Ottawa, McMaster University, and Ryerson University. Shannon also spent time at different community sporting organizations and teams, including Special Olympics Canada & Rugby Ontario/Canada.
A graduate of Sheridan College, Shannon’s work ethic, knowledge, and impact on her community have been recognized through numerous awards including the Anne Hartley Award of Excellence and the Co-op Student of the Year for the Province of Ontario, in 2018.
Upon graduation and certification, Shannon spent the 2018 season in Hamilton as the Assistant therapist for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, she returns to the Ottawa RedBlacks as an Assistant therapist in 2019.
At Continuum, Shannon will be utilizing her experience in the Clinic and the Strength & Conditioning department to implement changes to biomechanics and overall health of her clients. Using a wide range of techniques including soft tissue release, contemporary cupping techniques, joint mobilization and biomechanics correction she will address the injury or issue as well as the functioning of her clients.
Through applying expertise in preventative care, assessment and management of injury, return to play measures for all conditions and injuries, as well as post-operative care, Shannon looks to help out any individual at any level or stage of life with their health continuum.