SERVICES

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PHYSIOTHERAPY

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PERSONAL TRAINING

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ERGONOMICS

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KINESIOLOGY

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INDIVIDUALIZED RUNNING ASSESSMENT

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EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS

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ICBC ACTIVE REHAB

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IMS/ACUPUNCTURE

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IN HOME SERVICES

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession regulated by the College of Physiotherapy of Canada. All of our physiotherapists are registered under College of Physiotherapists of British Columbia and work under the strict mandates set forth by the province of BC. To maintain this status, all physiotherapist must obtain credits in continuing education. The goal is to provide our clients with safe and effective physiotherapy and therapeutic exercise in order to return to work, sport and the things you love. We provide an active based approach in conjunction with hands-on therapy to prevent injuries and rehabilitate, strengthen, and perfect functional movement Specialties MUSCULOSKELETAL INJURIES CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT CONCUSSION VESTIBULAR CONDITIONS, VERTIGO, HEADACHE RETURN TO WORK PLANNING INJURY PREVENTION PHYSIOTHERAPY GUIDED FITNESS WORKSAFE BC ICBC - MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS

What is a Kinesiologist? 

Kinesiology is the study of human movement as it relates to the aging process and disease. Kinesiologists are experts on human movement, exercise prescription and exercise for all populations or individuals with an injury or illness. Kinesiologists must complete at four year bachelor's degree program and be registered with the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK). 

What can a Kinesiologist help with?

Kinesiologists have in depth knowledge on exercise prescription for all special population groups. Their knowledge of biomechanics, anatomy, physiology and disease and aging allows them to create safe and effective exercise programs for special populations that might have medical limitations or concerns. Including elderly populations, individuals with diabetes, heart conditions or any other disease that might limit their ability to exercise If you are recovering from an injury, a kinesiologist can help continue your rehabilitation through an individualized exercise program to increase strength, flexibility and mobility in a safe and effective manner to prevent re injury and continue recovery. Kinesiologists can also work with elite athletes looking to optimize performance, individuals who are new to exercise, individuals who are looking to improve posture, prepare for an upcoming surgery or improve general fitness and health.

What will a session look like?

In your first session your kinesiologist will discuss your medical history and goals with you. They will then conduct a function movement assessment is evaluate your range of motion, flexibility, muscle strength and movement patterns. Each session will include strengthening and endurance exercises as well as mobility and flexibility to help you achieve your goals. Please bring athletic clothing and water to each session.

What can we help you with?

INJURY PREVENTION POSTURE EDUCATION AND TRAINING FITNESS PROGRAMMING FOR SPECIAL POPULATIONS EXERCISE FOR BEGINNERS PREPARING FOR SURGERY GENERAL HEALTH AND FITNESS EDUCATION WEIGHT MANAGEMENT ICBC ACTIVE REHAB