Fascial Manipulation Physiotherapist Peter Dastych

Peter Dastych, Registered Physiotherapist

Fascial Manipulation Therapist
Individualized Running Program – Running Analysis, Gait Analysis
ICBC & WorkSafeBC

Thursday: 7:00 am – 10:00 am (Vancouver)
Friday: 2:30 pm – 6:30 pm (Vancouver)
Saturday: 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm (Vancouver)

Education
Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) – (Charles University in Prague)
BSc in Physical Therapy (Charles University in Prague)

BC College of Physiotherapy Number
08975

Peter has an active approach with emphasis on postural control and core strength.
He has experience working with patients in orthopaedics and sports, neurology and pain management. He uses additional techniques including flowin basic friction training and fascial manipulation therapy with his clients. Peter loves being active; when he’s not in the clinic, you will find him skiing/snowboarding, hiking, climbing and diving.

Languages
Peter also speaks Czech.

Email: peter@westcoastsci.com

Click here to see Services that Peter offers
Athletic therapyJoint injuries therapyPost-operative care
Back injury therapyKinesio tapingPost-surgical rehabilitation
Back pain therapyLoss of balance therapyPostural reeducation
Bell’s palsy managementManual handlingPre-surgical rehabilitation
Biomechanical evaluationManual therapyProprioceptive neurofacilitation therapy
Bracing treatmentMotor skills related problems therapyRehabilitation and management for delayed development
Carpal tunnel treatmentMuscle activation techniques (MAT)Rehabilitation exercise
Chronic pain therapyMuscle injuries therapyRunning evaluation
Ergonomic assessmentMyofascial relaxationShoulder care
Facial paralysis therapyMyofascial system mobilisationSomatosensory rehabilitation
Falls prevention programNeurofeedback therapySport injury physiotherapy treatment
Functional rehabilitationNeurological rehabilitationSport physiotherapy consultation
Gait analysis and trainingOsteoarthritis therapyStroke rehabilitation
General reconditioningPain managementTendinitis treatment
Global postural rehabilitationPediatric physiotherapy consultationTraumatic brain injury rehabilitation
Guillain-Barre syndrome rehabilitationPeripheral nerve injury therapyTreatment for Cerebral Palsy
Head trauma therapyPersonalized exercise programUpper quadrant therapy
Incontinence therapyPhysical evaluationVestibular rehabilitation

Can you tell us one interesting fact about you?

I like to be in the outdoors. Actually, two days ago I saw a shark when scuba diving in BC!

Do you have an area of specialization or interest?

I like to do musculoskeletal a lot, mainly focusing on shoulder and lower back pain.

Why physiotherapy?

I got to physiotherapy because I used to do a lot of extreme sports. I had some injuries and some back pains of my own, and I saw it as a good means to learn more about my body and learn how to help people out.

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

Everybody is very individual, so it’s hard to say how exactly a would advise a new patient unless I get to know them a little more. But one piece of advice I can give to everybody overall would be to listen to your body; if you feel any pain, don’t ignore it. Listen to what it’s telling you, and take care of your body.