The ReFORM team

The ReFORM team

Discover the many faces of ReFORM

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Dr Sébastien Le Garrec – INSEP Paris

Sébastien Le Garrec

Dr Sébastien Le Garrec is the Medical Director at INSEP Paris. As a physician specialised in Sports Medicine and Traumatology, he followed several professional teams including basketball and handball.

His sweet spot? Swimming! Along with other experts, Sébastien follows French swimmers on their way top the (Olympic) top.

When he’s not supporting the INSEP crew, you can find Sébastien taking care of his family and his 5 kids sure keep him busy!

Dr Suzanne Leclerc – INS Québec

Suzanne Leclerc

Dr Suzanne Leclerc is the medical director at INS Québec. Specialised in sports and exercice medicine, her particular interest is in sport-related concussions, topic of her doctoral studies.

Closely supporting her athletes for over than 20 years, she follows national teams up to the Olympic Games.

Beyond her many professional activities, Suzanne enjoys the outdoors during both summer (hiking, cycling) and winter times (snowshoeing, cross-country skiing)!

Prof. Romain Seil – LIROMS Luxembourg

Romain Seil

Prof. Romain Seil is an orthopaedic surgeon and leads the Division of Neurosciences and Musculoskeletal Diseases at the Centre Hospitalier de Luxembourg. Former handball payer, he specialised in knee surgery and is particularly fond of ligament and meniscus surgeries. His academic achievements thereon have been consistent over the past two decades.

Romain has been actively involved in multiple international Scientific Societies. He also co-developed the Luxembourgish Olympic Medical Centre for high-level athletes.

When he finds some free time, he enjoys travelling.

Prof. Jean-François Kaux- Sports2 (Chu de Liège)

Jean-François Kaux

Prof. Jean-François Kaux is a medical doctor, specialized in sports traumatology. He leads the Department of Sports Medicine and Traumatology (Sports2) at the Liège University Hospital (CHU Liège) also recognized as FIMS (International Federation of Sports Medicine) Collaborative Center and FIFA Centre (International Federation of Association Football).

Jean-François is also a member of the medical commision of the Belgian Olympic and Interfederal Committee (COIB) as well as a lecturer at the University of Liège. Rewarded with more than 15 prizes, he was elected, in 2017, Honorary Citizen of the City of Liège. 

Besides work, Jean-François likes to go on vacation and explore the world with his family, play sports and especially running trails- when he finds the time!

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