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Please note - Meredith only accepts Clinical Pilates clients on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
Meredith’s love of physiotherapy began at a young age after she sustained a rare leg fracture which exposed her to the world of physical rehabilitation. This and a childhood full of playing basketball and soccer led to other sport related injuries - allowing Meredith to develop an understanding of what it is like to be on both sides of the rehab process.
Meredith moved to Vancouver from Ontario in 2009. Having always been drawn to the ocean, she fell in love with it here. She loves to walk the sea wall and enjoys trying to get out to golf on the courses all over the city as often as she can.
Meredith has a keen interest in sport injuries, including pre- and post-surgical rehab and has treated a full spectrum of orthopaedic injuries including motor-vehicle and work-place related accidents through ICBC and WSBC. She incorporates all she has learned by treating the whole person. Using a combination of manual therapy, clinical pilates, and corrective exercises she helps restore optimal movement patterns in order for her clients to achieve their goals.
Master of Science in Physical Therapy, U of T, 2007
Bachelor of Human Kinetics, U of O, 2005
Calibrate Clinical Pilates program, 2019
Integrated Systems Model series with Diane Lee, 2018
Intermediate Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Exam, 2012
Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute Certificate, 2011
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Sarah’s physiotherapy philosophy recognizes the importance of individualized treatment plans that incorporate evidence-based practices to achieve each client’s personal goals. She uses a multifaceted approach, with a focus on strengthening and active recovery.
Sarah grew up in the small town of Gibsons on the Sunshine Coast of BC. During this time, Sarah’s activity of choice was dance, practicing in both recreational and competitive settings. After 15 years of practice, Sarah received her Dance Teacher certification and taught a variety of classes for children.
Sarah completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of Victoria. During this time she began working in the field of sports therapy, volunteering as an athletic trainer at the Velox Valhalians Rugby Football Club for over 2 years. After graduating, Sarah worked as a Registered Kinesiologist for a multidisciplinary clinic in Victoria, independently running an occupational rehabilitation program.
Sarah received her Master of Physical Therapy from UBC. Upon graduating, she began working here at City Sports + Physio Clinic. Sarah has completed additional training for the management of concussion and vestibular disorders. Sarah helps her clients overcome issues including dizziness, vertigo, balance impairments, eye strain, and headaches resulting from head injury or other disorders. Additionally, Sarah has received her certification through GLA:D Canada, which focuses on education and exercises for the management of hip and knee osteoarthritis. Outside of the clinic, Sarah provides physiotherapy coverage for a number of sporting events, including the World Rugby Canada Sevens tournament at BC Place.
Sarah’s background in dance, occupational rehabilitation, and sports therapy allows her to effectively address a wide variety of client presentations. With these assets, Sarah is confident that she can meet your physiotherapy needs.
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Carl is an internationally recognized and sought after physiotherapist, fitness coach and speaker, especially in the ski and tennis communities. He is regularly found educating physicians, physiotherapists, coaches and athletes around the world on the principles of keeping Fit to Play ™. He has written a number of critically acclaimed books and produced other resources including DVDs. Over his career Carl has treated, trained and designed programs for numerous athletes including Olympic and National level athletes that have included gold-medalists. In 2007 Carl was the recipient of the Physiotherapy Association of BC “Award of Excellence for Clinical Contribution.”
Carl views each patient as an athlete and follows the current best practices in physiotherapy while treating and training them. His goal is to rehabilitate and motivate them, enabling return to leisure activities, high-level sport or the workplace. Carl’s treatment philosophy goes above and beyond normal treatment parameters and includes using a combination of manual therapy and modality therapy as well as dynamic exercise techniques to help restore and improve normal joint and tissue mobility. Carl assesses his patients as a whole, identifies abnormal movement patterns along the kinetic chain and highlights intrinsic and extrinsic factors that may be contributing to an injury. He directs and applies specific focused exercises to restore function and improve strength and stability. As well, through educating patients and athletes on his “Rules of Recovery” he helps them to protect against injury.
Carl does not accept ICBC or WSBC patients.
Languages spoken: English, German, French, Spanish
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Erica has experience working with a range of clients from athletes to those with chronic musculoskeletal conditions. She began building her active approach while working as an athletic therapist for the University of Lethbridge women’s hockey team. She then moved to London, England to pursue her MSc in Physiotherapy at Brunel University London.
Following her MSc, Erica worked with a range of patients in both the public and private sectors in London, focusing on a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions. She centers her practice around building her patient’s self-efficacy to help them reach their goals through individualized rehabilitation programs alongside manual treatment techniques and education. Erica has a keen interest in the management of running and sports-related lower limb injuries and tendon health. Recently, she has completed The Running Clinic’s Fundamentals of Running Injuries course.
Erica is a firm believer that ‘Movement is Medicine’, and following her collegiate days as a soccer player at the University of Lethbridge has continued to play competitively in the Metro Women’s Soccer League. Alongside soccer, she enjoys getting outdoors to run and hike, strength training in the gym, and winding down with yoga. When she is not on the pitch or in the clinic, you can find her searching for a good cup of coffee or cheering on Liverpool F.C.
Erica is currently undergoing her licensing in Canada and is working as a Registered Interim Physiotherapist.
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Adam is passionate about helping people reach their full potential and giving them the tools to live healthy, happy and active lives. His treatment approach focuses on the individual, using multifactorial approach focusing on exercise and education, tailoring a treatment plan specifically to help his patients reach their goals. Adam enjoys working with clients of all activity levels and has experience working with a variety of injuries, from office workers, workplace and motor vehicle accidents and high-level athletes.
Adam completed his Master of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. Prior to this he completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University, working as a kinesiologist and personal trainer for several years. His personal interest in Olympic Weightlifting led him to managing various injuries of his own as he competed at the national level. Through this process Adam has developed a commitment to lifelong improvement, completing his Level 1 Orthopedic Division and Functional Movement Screen (FMS) level 1 & 2, with plans to continue furthering his education to better serve his patients.
Outside of the clinic Adam lives an active lifestyle, spending time in the gym so that he can take advantage of the beautiful playground Vancouver has to offer. Whether it’s running, hiking, camping, snowboarding, golfing with friends, you name it Adam loves to find new ways to stay active. When not pursuing an active lifestyle Adam loves to try new restaurants or grab a beer with friends at one of Vancouver’s many breweries. Life is about balance after all.
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Rebecca thrives on helping people realize their strengths and abilities as she works with them towards their health and wellness goals. In order to help her clients flourish, Rebecca starts with understanding their goals and is then able to help them incorporate health and fitness routines and strategies into their every day lives.
Rebecca graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Biology. She is currently a registered and practicing Kinesiologist with the British Columbia Association of Kinesiology (BCAK). She has built a knowledge base around strength and resistance training and is certified with the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM). While in school, she volunteered at the Murrayville Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic, where she worked with clients on ICBC claims, as well as quadriplegics and people who had suffered strokes. Rebecca is planning on further studying and researching mental health and nutrition to aid in supporting her clients in all aspects of health!
In her free time, Rebecca loves to be creative and play with her kitty, Fats! She goes through creative cycles of crocheting, beading, coloring and more, but is always open to trying and learning new things and new skills.
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Please note - Shaana only accepts Clinical Pilates clients on Thursday and Friday.
Shaana does not accept ICBC or WSBC patients.
Reflecting back on her physiotherapy career, Shaana realizes there are two central tenets that have shaped her career path: a passion for MOVEMENT and EDUCATION. Although the list below is not an exhaustive record of her professional pursuits, these courses and instructors have been influential in forming the foundation for her clinical practice today.
Shanna is passionate about educating clients on optimizing their movement patterns through a combination of hands-on therapy and acupuncture. And more importantly how to appreciate and enjoy one’s mobility. Restoring confidence when exploring meaningful movement patterns is often the goal, whether it be in a sports, family life, personal pursuits or a work-related capacity.
Clinical Pilates is a passion for Shaana. Treating shoulder and knee injuries have always been a special interest area for her, and the clinical pilates knowledge base allows her to better integrate a whole-body approach to rehabilitation. Working with triathletes is always a pleasure given the variety of movement requirements for this dynamic sport.
Shaana finds herself drawn to working in Concussion Management due to its comprehensive scope involving the entire person, and not just the injury. Individualized goals can be achieved by using an active listening approach and focussing on patient education to help people better understand the what (and what if’s), when, why and how of movement and their respective injuries.
In her free time, Shaana likes to commit to this lifelong movement journey through travelling, hiking, adventuring in skiing, paddling and cycling near and far with family. Mobility is not just getting from A to B. If it’s meaningful and with intention, it can be the medicine for creating positive change in our physical and emotional health. The best times for new beginnings is NOW.
Queen’s University, Bachelor of Science, Physiotherapy -1998
Movement System Impairment Syndrome Lower Quarter (Shirley Sahrmann)- 1998
Mckenzie Institute International - Part A, Lumbar Spine - 1998
Mulligan Mobilization with Movement - 1999
Acupuncture of Canada Foundation Institute - Level 1 Certification - 2003
Intermediate Manual Therapy Certificate - 2006
Lyn Watson Shoulder Level 1 & 2 - 2010
Movement System Impairment Syndromes Upper Quarter (Sahrmann) - 1998, 2021
SHIFT Concussion Management Program - 2016
Concussion Rehab Works Inc (Shannon McGuire) Level 1- 2019
Concussion Rehab Works Inc Level 2 - 2021
Calibrate Clinical Pilates - 2019
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Brittany is a graduate from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy with a Diploma of Massage Therapy. Brittany approaches her patients concerns through empathetically listening to her patients and addressing them using a variety of Swedish, Myofascial, Hydrotherapy, Remedial Exercise and stretching techniques . By releasing and manipulating soft tissue, pain and discomfort can be reduced, and patients can get back to living their active lives.
Growing up in North Vancouver, Brittany has lived an active lifestyle through downhill skiing, equisport (horseback riding), rowing, soccer, and crossfit. She also enjoys many other casual activities like hiking, yoga and going for long bike rides on sunny days through this beautiful city of ours. Being so active is where she discovered she wanted a career in enhancing peoples experiences, whether they are vigorously training for competition, just casually enjoying activity or nursing an injury back to health, through reducing delayed onset muscle soreness, preventative maintenance or addressing injuries directly.
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Ryan has been a Registered Massage Therapist since 2017. His interest in the human body and obtaining optimal performance are what led him to pursue this career and he graduated from a 3200 hour Diploma program at Langara College. Ryan enjoys working on athletes and providing sports massage both in the clinic and at sport events. He was an RMT at the world famous BC Bike Race from 2017- 2019, and the World Rugby Canada 7’s tournament at BC place since 2017. Ryan has also had the opportunity to work as a massage therapist for visiting international rugby teams when they come to play in Vancouver such as Scotland, New Zealand Maori and Rugby Canada.
As an athlete himself, Ryan played rugby as part of the forward pack, and other sports such as kickboxing and powerlifting. Since starting to practise as a massage therapist, he has also completed continuing education courses in exercise prescription and instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization. Ryan enjoys working with his patients to get them back to their everyday activities whether it be sports, music, or simply completing their day to day tasks.
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Ana grew up in Calgary before she moved to Vancouver to complete her Bachelor of Kinesiology and Master of Physical Therapy degrees, both from the University of British Columbia. She has completed Level 1 of the Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal (AIM) Physiotherapy Program.
Ana enjoys working with a variety of client presentations, with a special interest in treating orthopaedic and running injuries. Ana is passionate about empowering her clients to help them achieve their goals and get back to doing the activities they enjoy.
Clients can expect a holistic, evidence-based treatment approach that incorporates a combination of education, manual therapy, and an individualized exercise program.
Outside of the clinic, Ana stays active by training regularly in the gym, along with running and hiking to explore the many beautiful sights around Vancouver. She looks forward to working with you to help achieve your rehabilitation goals!
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From a young age, Joanne knew that she wanted to be a physiotherapist. While competing in field hockey, basketball and swimming in high school, and in varsity-level basketball at Trinity Western University (TWU), she gained first-hand knowledge of the benefits of physiotherapy.
After completing a Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree at TWU, she fulfilled her dream of becoming a physiotherapist and graduated from UBC in 2004 with her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (BScPT). She has been a part of the City Sports + Physio team since 2006.
Since obtaining her physiotherapy degree in 2004, Joanne has gained significant experience treating a wide range of orthopedic injuries for all ages and fitness levels, including sport-related sprains and strains, Worksafe BC injuries, ICBC motor vehicle accidents, postural issues and general aches and pains. She is a Level 3 trained Manual Therapist with the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and a Gunn Certified IMS (intramuscular stimulation) practitioner. In all areas of treatment, she loves to look at her clients as a whole and work alongside them to empower them to reach their goals.
Joanne also has a keen interest in pre- and post-natal care, especially as a mother of two herself. Through her years of treating pregnancy-related aches and pains, and pelvic girdle pain/dysfunction during and after pregnancy, she has also pursued further education in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy. This knowledge enables her to assess and treat female and male pelvic health issues such as urinary and fecal incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain (i.e. vaginismus, dyspareunia, vestibulodynia), and post-partum care and recovery. Joanne loves to educate clients about their pelvic health and allow for some life changing results.
When away from the office, Joanne can be found enjoying time with her husband and two active, fun-loving girls walking around their neighbourhood, biking, swimming, skiing and playing games. She also loves sneaking in time to read a good book, while dreaming about her family’s next travel adventure.
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Georgeanna has an interest in all aspects of health and the human body. She studied Kinesiology and Biomedical Physiology at Simon Fraser University. During her studies, Georgeanna volunteered at the Lionsgate Cardiac Rehabilitation Program as well as the residential care unit at Holy Family Rehab Hospital. Here she gained valuable experience in leading cardiovascular and resistance-based exercise programs for patients with a wide spectrum of heart conditions.
As a practicing Kinesiologist under the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK), Georgeanna has gained exposure to working as a member of an integrative team. Alongside Physiotherapists, Massage Therapists and Occupational Therapists, she facilitates a community and clinic-based approach to active rehabilitation for clients recovering from motor vehicle accidents.
A keen ear for listening and loads of patience are some of the skills she gained as a piano teacher over the years! Georgeanna also empathizes with patients and their injuries after having rehabbed and recovered from multiple injuries herself. During her free time, Georgeanna enjoys spending time at the gym lifting weights and partaking in her Muay Thai training.
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Tej is a graduate from Langara College with a Diploma of Massage Therapy. He is passionate about making waves in the field of healthcare as an RMT with an interest in stress relief, pain management and sport-oriented rehabilitation.
Tej’s journey began as a young athlete, participating in various sports such as basketball, baseball, and golf. Tej’s interest to pursue a career in massage therapy occurred after he experienced a sports related injury which ignited his desire to understand the body’s capacity to heal and recover.
Tej adopts a patient centred approach to care and works to develop treatment plans unique to each patient. Tej’s treatment style includes a variety of Swedish techniques myofascial, and joint mobilization’s to help relieve patients of their aches and pains. Tej’s exceptional skills, coupled with a passion for sports, turned him into a sought after RMT. As Tej continues to make his mark in the world of rehabilitation, he is committed to ongoing education and research. His goal is to stay at the forefront of cutting-edge therapies and techniques, ensuring that all patients receive the best care possible.
Outside of work, Tej enjoys golfing, strength training, and spending lots of time with friends and family.
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Erica is the Managing Partner of City Sports and Physiotherapy Clinic. She has been involved in orthopaedic and sports injury rehabilitation since graduating from Dalhousie University in 1984.
Her areas of interest are keeping Fit to Play, integrating exercise into a busy lifestyle, workplace ergonomics and breast health. She also prescribes custom orthotics and shoes. Erica was a member of the 2010 Olympic Host Medical Team.
In addition to rehabilitating athletes, Erica has competed as an athlete at the provincial, national and international level in tennis, badminton and squash. She reached her own rehab goals back in 2014 after a skiing accident resulted in surgery. She has returned to skiing and tennis after receiving a whole lot of physio!!
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Timberly is passionate about working with active individuals to help them achieve their goals. She is fascinated with human movement and her treatment philosophy is to find the root cause of injury beginning with a comprehensive history taking and assessment of the whole body. Timberly takes a hands-on and exercise based approach to treatment.
As a Sport Physio, her primary clinical areas of interest are in sport related injuries, pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation for rotator cuff repairs, ACL tears and meniscal repairs at the knee, as well as foot and ankle surgeries. An alumna of the UBC Department of Physical Therapy, and a UBC Clinical Faculty member, Timberly has also taken on a teaching role in the school and enjoys educating the physiotherapists of the future.
Timberly is very active in the sport physiotherapy community in Vancouver. Some of her involvement includes:
Rehab Therapist for the Vancouver Canucks (2021/22 season)
Therapy Lead - HSBC Canada 7s Rugby Tournament (2016- present)
Venue Medical Manager - Long Track Speed Skating - Vancouver 2010 Olympics
Head team Therapist - Rugby Canada Mens 7s and 15s (2007-2013)
Head team Therapist - Field Hockey Canada Jr Women (2005)
As an avid runner and cyclist herself, Timberly has developed strong ties to the local running and cycling communities and works with them to achieve some lofty goals such as the Knee Knacker, the Squamish 50 and cycling events like the Whistler Gran Fondo. A sucker for volunteerism and the outdoors, she became a member of the Lions Bay Search and Rescue team in 2020.
Timberly obtained her Diploma from Sport Physiotherapy Canada (SPC) in 2007, is a Registered International Sport Physical Therapist and in 2012 was awarded the prestigious David Magee award for her outstanding contribution to Sport Physiotherapy in Canada. Timberly has been with City Sports + Physio since 2004 and became a partner in 2013.
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Dan graduated from UBC in 2003 with joint degrees in Physiotherapy and Human Kinetics. His primary areas of practice are manual therapy, sports injuries and chronic, long standing injuries. He enjoys helping patients develop sport and activity specific exercise and training routines to help them heal, prevent re-injury, improve life and performance. He enjoys the challenge of working with people who need support through chronic, long standing and complicated injuries.
Dan is an Intermediate Level Manipulative Therapist with the Canadian Orthopaedic Division having completed his Part A certificate in Manual Therapy in 2008. Certified to practice IMS (intramuscular stimulation) through Gunn IMS training, Dan regularly uses needling as an adjunct to his treatment sessions. He has completed Level 4 “ConnectTherapy Series” with LJ Lee. Other courses include Mulligan’s mobilization with movement, Shirley Sarhmann’s lower back and hip retraining and both LJ Lee’s “Sports Thorax” and “Sports Pelvis”.
Passionate about soccer and running, over the years Dan has worked with the BC Soccer Association, UBC Soccer program and with Capilano College/University Athletics. For 10 years, Dan was a team physiotherapist for the Canadian Soccer Association and travelled to the Bahamas with the Men’s National Beach soccer team for the World Cup Qualifier in 2017. During the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics he was a member of the Host Medical Team for the Opening & Closing Ceremony performers.
While at UBC, Dan captained the varsity soccer team and has since competed at various levels of Men’s soccer. Since retiring from playing he continues to be involved by coaching his son’s select soccer team.
Dan stays fit by running both on road and the trails of North Vancouver, doing home based strength training, hiking, skiing, tennis, basketball, as well as outdoor adventures with his wife and two children.
Dan became a partner at CSPC in 2013.
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Justin is a registered physiotherapist who obtained his Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of British Columbia. His interest in human movement and the body began in his early years playing Junior hockey and working through his Kinesiology degree at UVIC. Staying current with new treatment techniques he has received post-graduate training in manual therapy, Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), Connect Therapy™, NeuroKinetic Therapy™ and is certified with Acupuncture Canada.
Using a whole-body approach, Justin implements a variety of techniques including myofascial release, joint mobilization, movement retraining and IMS/dry needling to help restore tissue and joint health. His treatment philosophy focuses on improving alignment and muscular imbalances while using corrective exercise to prevent recurring pain. Justin’s clinical expertise extends from acute and complex neck and back pain, whiplash, sports injury and pre/post-operative rehab.
Justin enjoys creating individualized programs to improve how the body feels and performs. His goal with his clients is not only to fix the problem you came in with but to unwind bad habits that can lead to pain and dysfunction years from now.
Outside the clinic Justin spends his time road cycling, strength training, scuba diving and all things outdoors.
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Sydney is a practicing Kinesiologist with the BC Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK). She is motivated to help the community to stay active and strong. Not only is she passionate about strength training physically, but also about staying healthy mentally. Sydney uses a holistic, movement based approach to help patients work towards pain-free, quality living. As a former athlete, Sydney understands the importance of quality movement and guides clients through techniques to improve their overall movement abilities and posture.
Sydney obtained her Bachelor of Kinesiology degree at the University of the Fraser Valley, with an extended minor in psychology. During this time, she worked as a personal trainer and competed in Powerlifting competitions to gain a better knowledge-base for helping others. She has worked with various individuals and fitness levels, from sport-based coaching to helping those recover from injuries. She currently helps patients with ICBC claims recover from motor vehicle accidents through active rehabilitation treatment. Sydney also coaches youth in strength and conditioning with dryland training, online, with a Vancouver local swim team.
Sydney plans on furthering her education and qualifications to enhance her abilities to care for patients. She is continuously searching for resources or strategies that will help patients overcome barriers and strive toward healthy, active living. Sydney also values an active lifestyle and loves taking part several activities such as biking, snowboarding, hiking, swimming and weightlifting.
Sydney is a practicing Kinesiologist with the BC Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK). She is mot... Read More
Please note that Dianne’s schedule for the rest of 2023 isn’t available for online booking. She is currently not accepting any new patients until January 2024. If you’ve seen Dianne before, please contact the clinic to book an appointment.
Dianne is a graduate of Vancouver College of Massage Therapy. This is not her first time working at City Sports + Physio Clinic! Dianne left an Admin position with us to pursue her education as a Massage Therapist. She is thrilled to be back at CSPC as she follows her true passion in the world of health care. When Dianne was growing up, she always knew she wanted to be in a field where she could care for people and help to improve their quality of life. Her life’s journey, including her early years of exposure at CSPC, helped her discover massage therapy as a career.
Dianne incorporates a variety of massage techniques during each treatment session based on the patients needs. Her goals are to work with her clients to create a treatment plan that helps them achieve relief from their aches and pains.
During her free time, Dianne enjoys kickboxing classes, skate boarding around the neighbourhood, and loves spending time with her family.
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James trained as a Physiotherapist in the UK, graduating with First Class Honours from the University of London, St George’s. He developed his interest in health and the human body from a young age as a caregiver to his elder brother, playing Rugby, Basketball and Rowing and finally as a Personal Trainer and Ski Instructor.
Through his years as a Personal Trainer, James learned how exercise and movement retraining can improve people’s engagement in the activities they love, and as a result, their quality of life.
Now, James combines a thorough assessment, hands-on manual treatment, comforting modalities, and a robust approach to exercise therapy to get his clients back to their favourite past times. James most enjoys seeing his clients succeed in their rehabilitation, be pain free and become stronger, fitter, and faster than they were before the injury.
In his spare time, you’ll find James chasing perfect turns on the ski hill, lifting weights in the gym, or sipping coffee by the water.
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Sasha is a certified Pilates instructor through Pilates Process™. She grew up in Vancouver playing tennis, soccer and riding horses competitively. She is passionate about helping others maintain an active and healthy lifestyle.
In 2015, Sasha had a debilitating fall off of a horse leaving her with multiple injuries. As a result she was restricted from participating in the activities she loved. To aid in her recovery, Sasha turned to Clinical Pilates and Physiotherapy. Years later, Sasha has been able to do all the things she loves again and attributes much of her successes to this multi-disciplinary support. After many years of her own Pilates practice Sasha decided to complete her instructor training in hopes of helping others in their rehabilitation process. She connects with others through her own personal experiences recovering from injuries.
When she is not in the clinic teaching Sasha can often be found walking in Pacific Spirit Park with her dog Lenny. Sasha is, once again, an avid tennis player, hiker, cyclist, and snowboarder.
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Andy is a graduate of the massage therapy program at Vancouver Career College. Since graduation, his treatment primarily utilizes deep and smooth Swedish massage techniques to release muscle tissue in areas such as the neck, shoulders, low back, and legs. He enjoys helping patients become pain-free when living their active lifestyle as well as office workers experiencing discomfort while working at their desk. He commonly performs a variety of myofascial releases, range of motion exercises, and has taken extra training in TMJ treatment and Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique (L.A.S.T.) in the hip/pelvis region.
Andy grew up enjoying many sports including hockey, baseball, golf, and soccer which is how he developed his interest in athletic biomechanics. Prior to massage therapy school, Andy obtained a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Lethbridge. He’ll always love talking about fantasy football or baseball, just don’t ask him how well his teams usually fare! Outside of work, Andy also carries a passion for old-school hip-hop and the petty drama combined with competition found on MTV’s “The Challenge”.
Andy is always welcoming new patients whether they are seeking a return to pain-free activity or sport, or simply soft-tissue maintenance and injury prevention. Additionally, Andy is always open to anyone on an ICBC claim from a motor vehicle accident or a WSBC claim from a work related injury.
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