Jack Liney Team Photo

Jack Liney, Registered Physiotherapist

Concussion Specialist, Vestibular Rehabilitation
Communications Manager

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Vancouver)
Wednesday, Friday: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm (Vancouver)

Education
BSc Physiotherapy – (Brighton University)
FD Health and Rehabilitation Sciences – (Southampton University)

BC College of Physiotherapy Number
08890

Growing up Jack always knew he wanted to become a Physiotherapist. Upon graduating, Jack honed his skills working across a whole spectrum of hospital and rehabilitation settings, while also as a pitch side Physiotherapist in semi-professional rugby. Jack has worked with a wide variety of clients including; professional and olympic athletes, the everyday warriors, postpartum and the elderly.

Jack is a sports and physical activity specialist, he also has extensive experience working in concussion and vestibular rehabilitation.

Jack uses a variety of techniques to keep his clients functional, pain free and beyond; precise assessment, manual mobilisations with movement, therapeutic exercise and program prescription.

As an interdisciplinary healthcare professional, Jack considers himself as part of the team required to assess and treat injuries. Fuelled by his passion to build professional networks and stay in tune with the latest evidence based practise.

 Jack believes daily physical activity and mindfulness is the key to success, a concept he lives out through his interests in soccer, pilates, music and snowboarding.

Email: jack@westcoastsci.com

 

Can you tell us one interesting fact about you?

I’m from England, and I was very close to being in Harry Potter as Draco Malfoy’s double. I’m also a DJ and an AirBnb host.

How many years have you been a physiotherapist? How many of those have been with Westcoast SCI?

I’ve been a physiotherapist for 9 years, and I’ve spent 4 wonderful years working at Westcoast SCI.

Do you have an area of specialization or interest?

My clinical interests would be manual therapy, concussion, vertigo & pilates.

Why physiotherapy?

It’s a practical profession, and you get to help people!

What’s one piece of advice you’d give to a new patient?

Consistency and timely progression will always set you up for success!