Marie-Pierre Cyr-Physiotherapist-Ph.D, M.Sc., MPT

Marie-Pierre Cyr

Ph.D, M.Sc., MPT

Physiotherapist

Women's Health

Queensland, Australia
/ English, French
Marie-Pierre Cyr is actually completing a postdoctoral research Fellow at the University of Queensland in Australia. Marie-Pierre has always been involved in research, she has contributed to projects conducted in the Laboratoire de recherche en urogynécologie of the CHUS.

Biography

Marie-Pierre Cyr completed her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy at the University of Sherbrooke in 2015. She then completed her Research Master of Health Science in 2017 at the same university. From 2016 to 2019, Marie-Pierre completed her microprogram in perineal and pelvic rehabilitation at the University of Montreal. After that, she obtained her PhD at Université de Sherbrooke and will continue her post-doctoral studies in Australia, Brisbane, at the University of Queensland. Marie-Pierre has always been involved in research, she has contributed to projects conducted in the Laboratoire de recherche en urogynécologie of the CHUS.


University studies :

  • Master’s degree in Physiotherapy (Université Sherbrooke, 2015)
  • Master’s degree in Health Science (Université Sherbrooke, 2017)
  • Post-graduate Level Program In Perineal and Pelvic Rehabilitation (Université de Montréal, 2019)
  • Doctor of Philosophy, Health Sciences (Université Sherbrooke, 2021)
  1. Cyr MP, Dumoulin C, Bessette P, Pina A, Gotlieb WH, Lapointe-Milot K, Morin M. Characterizing Pelvic Floor Muscle Function and Morphometry in Survivors of Gynecological Cancer Who Have Dyspareunia: A Comparative Cross-Sectional Study. Phys Ther. 2021 Apr 4;101(4):pzab042. doi: 10.1093/ptj/pzab042. PMID: 33522584. Open access article: Click here!
  2. Cyr MP, Dumoulin C, Bessette P, Pina A, Gotlieb WH, Lapointe-Milot K, Mayrand MH, Morin M. Changes in pelvic floor morphometry and muscle function after multimodal physiotherapy for gynaecological cancer survivors suffering from dyspareunia: a prospective interventional study. Physiotherapy. 2022 Mar;114:54-62. doi: 10.1016/j.physio.2021.09.003. Epub 2021 Sep 30. PMID: 35093737.
  3. Cyr MP, Dostie R, Camden C, Dumoulin C, Bessette P, Pina A, Gotlieb WH, Lapointe-Milot K, Mayrand MH, Morin M. Improvements following multimodal pelvic floor physical therapy in gynecological cancer survivors suffering from pain during sexual intercourse: Results from a one-year follow-up mixed-method study. PLoS One. 2022 Jan 25;17(1):e0262844. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0262844. PMID: 35077479; PMCID: PMC8789131. Open access article: Click here!

 

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Courses & Webinars

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Women's Health Webinar Series - For Pelvic Physiotherapists

Instructors:
Anita Lambert, Brianna Durand, Katie Kelly, Kirsty Elliot-Sale, Marie-Pierre Cyr, Michelle Lyons, Sinéad Dufour, Stéphanie Thibault-Gagnon, Susan Clinton
13.25 hrs

Women's Health Webinar Series - For Healthcare Professionals

Instructors:
Anita Lambert, Brianna Durand, Helen Keeble, Katie Kelly, Kirsty Elliot-Sale, Marie-Pierre Cyr, Michelle Lyons, Sinéad Dufour, Susan Clinton, Teresa Waser
12.75 hrs

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