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Jayde Woo, Registered Physiotherapist

Clinical Director (Port Coquitlam)

Acupuncture, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Concussion Management, Individualized Running Program

Monday, Wednesday: 9:30 am – 2:00 pm (Port Coquitlam)
Tuesday, Thursday: 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Port Coquitlam)

BSc Microbiology and Immunology – University of British Columbia
Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) – University of British Columbia
International MSK Post Professional Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT)

College of Physiotherapy Number

Acupuncture (CAFCI) Concussion Management
CCMI Certified Practitioner, which is a comprehensive, 12-module training, 40 hour program providing evidence-based approaches to concussion care.
Vertigo (BPPV) Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation The Pain-Free Performance Training System (integrating performance training and injury prevention)
APTEI post-graduate course in cervical spine, shoulder, sacroiliac joint, TMJ, knee and hip

Jayde has experience working with a range of orthopaedic patients including sports (weekend warrior to high-level), older adults, occupational rehabilitation, motor vehicle accidents and chronic pain. She is committed to integrating evidence-based practice into the clinic so she can expertly guide her patients in reaching their goals. She thinks of herself as a rehab coach, using a combination of manual therapy and exercise to improve how you move, reduce your risk of injury and consistently perform at your best. Jayde enjoys weight-lifting, hiking, running and triathlons. In her spare time, she loves games night with the family and traveling any chance she can!

Email: jayde@westcoastsci.com


Can you tell us one interesting fact about you?

One interesting thing about me is that I’ve just learned to swim in the past year. A little bit out of necessity, because my other half signed us up for half Ironman in a year’s time. It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever done.

How many years have you been a physiotherapist?

I’ve been physiotherapist since 2012. Previously, I was a physiotherapist in New Zealand. 

Why physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy was actually my plan B.  My plan A was to be a famous soccer player but didn’t really work out. But I’m really glad that I chose physiotherapy because it’s a perfect blend of the science of healing and the art of caring. There’s a lot of job satisfaction that comes along with seeing people reach their goals. 

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

Stay active and stay positive, and don’t worry because our bodies have amazing capacity to heal and to change.