Our Services

We offer a range of physiotherapy services for all ages and abilities. Click on the buttons below to read more about each service. Please note that some of our specialized services are only offered by certain physiotherapists.

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Physiotherapy Assessment and Treatment

Physiotherapists are primary healthcare providers using medical research and clinical best practices to help their clients reach their rehabilitation, pain management, and health and performance goals. Your physiotherapist will take a detailed medical history and perform a thorough assessment to identify the factors contributing to your problem and give you an individualized treatment plan. They may also work with your doctor and other allied health professionals to get you referred to additional care when necessary. Our team works with all ages and abilities and treats a wide range of conditions from acute sprains to management of chronic conditions. The physiotherapy profession is committed to promoting movement, health, performance, and quality of life.

Pre/Post Surgical Care

Undergoing orthopaedic surgery is sometimes necessary to return to the activities you love. Our physiotherapists can help you with your pre and post-operative planning to facilitate your recovery. Working within your surgeon’s guidelines, your physiotherapist will address your individual needs so you can safely return to work and your usual activities ASAP.

Concussion

We provide a comprehensive assessment and individualized treatment plans for acute concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Our management follows clinical best practices outlined in the most recent Clinical Practice Guideline published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy and the Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

For more information about concussion click here.

Offered by: Kate Button

ICBC Recovery

If you are injured in a car accident our physiotherapists can give you the treatment and support you need to get you back to your usual activities. We work directly with ICBC so your treatments are covered.

Workplace Injury

If you are injured at work our physiotherapists can give you the treatment and support you need to get back to work safely. We work directly with WorkSafeBC so your treatments are covered.

Occupational Rehabilitation 1

If you have been injured at work and need active rehabilitation to meet the physical demands of your job, our physiotherapists will work with you and your insurance provider to develop a treatment plan to ensure you are ready to make a safe return to work.

IMS / Functional Dry Needling

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) / Functional Dry Needling is a technique used to treat myofascial and neuropathic pain. Small fine gauge needles, similar to the ones used during acupuncture, are inserted into the muscle belly to reduce muscle tension and nerve root compression. This technique can be helpful in aiding recovery by reducing pain and muscle dysfunction, allowing for improved movement.

Offered by: Kate Button

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy refers to hands-on physiotherapy techniques including soft tissue techniques and joint mobilization. Manual therapy can help reduce pain and improve movement.

Dizziness and Vestibular Rehabilitation

Physiotherapists with advanced training are able to diagnose and treat problems originating from the vestibular system located in the inner ear. Such problems include vertigo, dizziness, and severe balance disturbances.

Offered by: Kate Button, Paul Wright

Active Rehabilitation

Active rehabilitation involves participating in an individualized and targeted exercise program to improve strength, range of motion, and endurance to help you meet your goals or manage a chronic condition.

Return to Sport and Return to Running

Sport and running require significant demands from your body. If you have suffered an injury, it is important to follow a rehabilitation plan that ensures you have met the range of motion, strength, and endurance criteria you need to participate in your sport to avoid ongoing pain and reinjury.

Taping

Taping may be used as part of your physiotherapy treatment to support a desired change in posture or joint position, facilitate movement, or help protect an injured area.

Education

Education is potentially the most important part of our physiotherapy treatments! Our goal is always to help you understand your pain or injury and what you can do to move forward.

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Physiotherapy Assessment and Treatment

Physiotherapists are primary healthcare providers using medical research and clinical best practices to help their clients reach their rehabilitation, pain management, and health and performance goals. Your physiotherapist will take a detailed medical history and perform a thorough assessment to identify the factors contributing to your problem and give you an individualized treatment plan. They may also work with your doctor and other allied health professionals to get you referred to additional care when necessary. Our team works with all ages and abilities and treats a wide range of conditions from acute sprains to management of chronic conditions. The physiotherapy profession is committed to promoting movement, health, performance, and quality of life.

Pre/Post Surgical Care

Undergoing orthopaedic surgery is sometimes necessary to return to the activities you love. Our physiotherapists can help you with your pre and post-operative planning to facilitate your recovery. Working within your surgeon’s guidelines, your physiotherapist will address your individual needs so you can safely return to work and your usual activities ASAP.

Concussion

We provide a comprehensive assessment and individualized treatment plans for acute concussion and post-concussion syndrome. Our management follows clinical best practices outlined in the most recent Clinical Practice Guideline published in the Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy and the Consensus Statement on Concussion in Sport published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

For more information about concussion click here.

Offered by: Kate Button

ICBC Recovery

If you are injured in a car accident our physiotherapists can give you the treatment and support you need to get you back to your usual activities. We work directly with ICBC so your treatments are covered.

Workplace Injury

If you are injured at work our physiotherapists can give you the treatment and support you need to get back to work safely. We work directly with WorkSafeBC so your treatments are covered.

Occupational Rehabilitation

If you have been injured at work and need active rehabilitation to meet the physical demands of your job, our physiotherapists will work with you and your insurance provider to develop a treatment plan to ensure you are ready to make a safe return to work.

IMS / Functional Dry Needling

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) / Functional Dry Needling is a technique used to treat myofascial and neuropathic pain. Small fine gauge needles, similar to the ones used during acupuncture, are inserted into the muscle belly to reduce muscle tension and nerve root compression. This technique can be helpful in aiding recovery by reducing pain and muscle dysfunction, allowing for improved movement.

Offered by: Kate Button

Manual Therapy

Manual therapy refers to hands-on physiotherapy techniques including soft tissue techniques and joint mobilization. Manual therapy can help reduce pain and improve movement.

Dizziness and Vestibular Rehabilitation

Physiotherapists with advanced training are able to diagnose and treat problems originating from the vestibular system located in the inner ear. Such problems include vertigo, dizziness, and severe balance disturbances.

Offered by: Kate Button, Paul Wright

Active Rehabilitation

Active rehabilitation involves participating in an individualized and targeted exercise program to improve strength, range of motion, and endurance to help you meet your goals or manage a chronic condition.

Return to Sport and Return to Running

Sport and running require significant demands from your body. If you have suffered an injury, it is important to follow a rehabilitation plan that ensures you have met the range of motion, strength, and endurance criteria you need to participate in your sport to avoid ongoing pain and reinjury.

Taping

Taping may be used as part of your physiotherapy treatment to support a desired change in posture or joint position, facilitate movement, or help protect an injured area.

Education

Education is potentially the most important part of our physiotherapy treatments! Our goal is always to help you understand your pain or injury and what you can do to move forward.