Meet Tristan Castonguay, a trailblazing 28-year-old PhD student in Health and Exercise Science at Concordia. Not only is he the youngest head athletic therapist in the Canadian Football League (CFL) — he’s also revolutionizing injury imaging methods.
In addition to his work with recent Grey Cup winners the Montreal Alouettes, Castonguay is investigating infrared thermography for musculoskeletal injuries. The method is a potential game-changer for athletic therapists and healthcare professionals.
Castonguay is eager to discuss the Alouettes’ unexpected win and share how he integrates his groundbreaking research into his daily practice.