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Cindy Serresse


Cindy Serresse

Registered Physiotherapist - AMP Physiotherapy

Meet the newest therapist to join our team! Cindy Serresse, PT, MScPT, B.E.P.S.

​Cindy Serresse is a bilingual, new graduate with degrees from both the University of Ottawa (Master of Science in Physiotherapy, MScPT) and Laurentian University (Bachelor of Physical and Health Education with a specialization in Health Promotion, B.E.P.S.).

​Cindy takes pride in helping people coping with disabilities, illnesses and injuries through education, exercise prescription, manual therapy and modalities. Her experience stems from completing placements in various settings including, but not limited to ortho, neuro and cardio rehabilitation. She is able to confidently assess and treat musculoskeletal conditions. Cindy has a passion for learning and is looking forward to expanding her knowledge and skills by furthering her education through courses in order to improve client care. Seeing both physical and mental improvement, improved quality of life and overall function bring her great reward.

​Outside of work, Cindy enjoys exploring and learning about different cultures through travel. Physical activity is also an important staple in Cindy’s life. To stay active, she enjoys going to the gym and being a contributing member on a volleyball, basketball and soccer team.

Cindy is elated to be back in her home town of Sudbury, Ontario and giving back to the community that helped shape her as a person and health care provider.

Cindy offers services in Both English and French

What is Physiotherapy?

​Physiotherapy is anchored in movement sciences and aims to enhance or restore function of multiple body systems. The profession is committed to health, lifestyle and quality of life. This holistic approach incorporates a broad range of physical and physiological therapeutic interventions and aids. 

Physiotherapy is a primary care, autonomous, client-focused health profession dedicated to improving quality of life by:

  • Promoting optimal mobility, physical activity and overall health and wellness

  • Preventing disease, injury, and disability

  • Managing acute and chronic conditions, activity limitations, and participation restrictions

  • Improving and maintaining optimal functional independence and physical performance

  • Rehabilitating injury and the effects of disease or disability with therapeutic exercise programs and other interventions

  • Educating and planning maintenance and support programs to prevent re-occurrence, re-injury or functional decline.