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Wensley completed degrees in both Physical Therapy and Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia. He has post-graduate training in manual therapy and is a certified Gunn IMS practitioner. His treatment philosophy is to identify and correct underlying muscle imbalances and postural dysfunctions and then to develop proper movement patterns through specific exercise prescription. His treatment approach integrates IMS, manual therapy, exercise prescription and client education. His special clinical interests are in treating sports injuries and repetitive strain disorders. Outside of work, his hobbies include cycling, golf, and fantasy football.
Jason is a graduate of Queen's University with a Degree in Physical Therapy and a Biology degree from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia. I have an interest in community service and serve as a team physiotherapist for the New Westminster Salmonbellies Sr. Men's Lacrosse team. My main areas of interest are spine & pelvic alignment, post surgical rehabilitation, sports injuries, vestibular rehabilitation, and post-concussion treatment. My areas of practice include acupuncture, joint mobilization, fascial release, osteopathic manual therapy, cranial therapy, and visceral mobilization. I am very active with my professional association as a past President of the Physiotherapy Association of BC and a current board director of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. I spend most of my free time with my family, playing guitar, coaching U6 soccer (it's like herding cats!) and sneeking in a little bit of exercise when I can. I look forward to meeting any and all new clients of any age.
Mandeep holds a Bachelor of Kinesiology and Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. He lives and grew up in South Vancouver and as a result, knows the community well. Mandeep speaks Punjabi and away from the clinic, he is a big sports fan who enjoys watching, playing and talking all sports. Mandeep‘s passion is helping clients reach their goals through personalized treatment plans. He has taken courses in manual therapy, soft tissue release, K –Taping, and functional strength and conditioning. He is certified to practice both IMS (Chann Gunn IMS) and acupuncture( Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute). Mandeep has a special interest in sports injuries and serves as the Team Physiotherapist for the New Westminster Salmonbellies Senior Lacrosse Team. He was part of the medical team for the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup and volunteers with John Oliver Secondary School Athletics.
Steve spent 12 months from 2016 to 2017 as the lead physiotherapist for the Chinese Olympic Team. He supported the team through training and performance at the RIO Olympics in 2016 and brings back a wealth of knowledge. Educationally, he has a Masters in Rehabilitation Science from McGill University and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Saskatchewan. As former Head Physiotherapist at Simon Fraser University for all varsity athletes coupled with his 31 years of experience has allowed him the opportunity to become the medical coordinator for the Women’s Canada Cup Fastpitch tournament and team therapist for the New Westminster Salmonbellies Sr. Men’s Lacrosse team. Steve’s areas of interests include return to work planning, functional capacity evaluation, injuries related to track and field, football and lacrosse. His areas of practice include osteopathic manual therapy and acupuncture.
May is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin. She holds a graduate diploma in manipulative therapy and has completed her clinical masters in physiotherapy in 2010. May has also co-authored a textbook, Clinical Assessment and Treatment Techniques for the Lower Extremity. She is an instructor and examiner in manipulative therapy for the orthopaedic division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and a clinical assistant professor in the Faculty of Medicine at UBC. In 2007 she received the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia's award for clinical excellence in education. Her clinical interests include sports and dance injuries, musculoskeletal imbalance, and pre and post natal care.
Klara received her Master's in Physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. She has competed in gymnastics in her youth until an injury shifted her focus to dance. Klara then attended the Canadian College of Performing Arts followed by the SFU Dance and Kinesiology programs. She believes in the importance of a balanced lifestyle and has a certificate in health and fitness. Her many achievements include cycling across Canada, and she is also an avid skier and hiker. As a physiotherapist, she draws from her extensive background to support her clients in recovering from injury. Professionally she is interested in a whole system approach in helping individuals recover; she is a strong advocate for pilates personally and professionally; and is currently pursuing mentorship in osteopathic manual therapy. She uses manual therapy, exercise, and movement education to help patients regain function and return to sport and daily activity.
Anne is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and holds Level 3 certification in Manipulative Therapy. She has had experience as a team physiotherapist for the Capilano College Varsity Blues women's soccer and basketball teams. Her special clinical interests include treatment of muscle imbalance in the shoulder, spine, pelvis, and treatment of foot and ankle injuries. Anne enjoys working with children with orthopaedic injuries. Anne is certified to practice acupuncture or dry needling from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.
Wilson received his Masters in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney after completing his Bachelors in Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia. Wilson believes in providing clients with the knowledge and tools to empower themselves to become independent. He has a particular interest in strength and conditioning. Wilson treats with a combination of manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise prescription with his patients to help regain function and return to their daily activities. He focuses on working with each patient one-to-one to help progress in their individual goals. Wilson is also certified from the Orthopaedic Manual Therapy program in Perth, and is a certified Functional Range Release Lower Limb Practitioner. In his spare time Wilson likes to practice what he preaches at the gym. Aside from that he likes to play ice hockey and going for walks with his dog.
Dimitri attained his Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy and his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia. While he can regularly be found hiking in the North Shore Mountains, Dimitri also participates in a variety of team sports, including basketball and volleyball, as well as soccer in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League. Dimitri enjoys treating neurological and orthopedic conditions and specializes in post concussion management. He uses many techniques to assist his clients including the Mulligan Technique in manual therapy, Soft Tissue Release, and IMS- Intramuscular Stimulation. Dimitri offers a comprehensive physiotherapy experience for all of his clients and looks forward to meeting individuals from all walks of life and sharing his passion for physiotherapy and lifelong active living.
Herbert received his Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Western Ontario and Bachelors Degree in Biochemistry from Simon Fraser University. He is a member of the Physiotherapy Association of BC and its Orthopedic Division. He has been a clinical instructor in the UBC Department of Physical Therapy for several years. He has been involved with competitive Dragonboating for many years. Herbert speaks cantonese and is an active member in his community. Herbert is a certified Gunn IMS (Intramusclular Stimulation) practitioner and also uses his acupuncture in his treatment approach. His uses manual therapy and joint mobilizations, IMS needling, functional exercise prescription and patient education to assist his patients in their recovery and return to activity. Outside of work, he enjoys playing volleyball, roller hockey and spending time with his family and friends.
Alison achieved both her Bachelors of Science and Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. She has experience working with a wide variety of clients including pre-and post-natal women, neurological disorders, sports injuries and motor vehicle accidents. Prior to pursuing her physical therapy degree, Alison worked extensively on falls prevention research and how physical activity can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Her approach to treatment involves working one on one with clients educating them about the root cause of their injury so as to prevent reoccurrences in the future. Alison is certified in Gunn IMS, acupuncture, vestibular rehabilitation, and has completed post-graduate training in manual therapy, taping and soft tissue techniques. She is currently working on pursing her certification in Gunn IMS. Outside of the clinic, Alison can be found cycling and running around this beautiful city, swimming outdoors and hiking.
Sam completed his studies in physiotherpay at the University of British Columbia. He worked for 3 years as a kiniesiologist providing personal training services prior to completing his educational training in physiotherapy. He really enjoys working with people and his favorite part of that experience is teaching. Sam genuinely enjoys teaching his clients what they need to know in order to improve and recover. He enjoys teaching clients about their injury or problem and teaching them the exercises that will help them improve. Sam uses manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise to help his clients address their needs both in the present and in the future to help prevent injury reoccurrence. He enjoys most sports and lives a very active lifestyle.
Jenny completed her Masters of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Science at the University of British Columbia. As a motivated learner, Jenny has completed post-graduation courses including functional dry needling/IMS, and other various soft tissue and mobilization courses. She has also completed her Level 1 certification under the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopedic division with plans to complete further levels of the Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy diploma. Jenny has clinical research experience at GF Strong Rehabilitation hospital where she gained an interest in becoming a physiotherapist after working on several projects with an interdisciplinary rehabilitation team to improve patient care through evidence-based research. Jenny’s treatment philosophy consists of individualizing treatments utilizing manual therapy techniques, exercise prescription and education. Her approach focuses on actively involving the patient in their treatment plan to ensure individual goals are addressed and accomplished. She values listening to patient’s stories and providing education on their condition to optimize their recovery. Outside of the clinic, Jenny enjoys traveling, volleyball, basketball, hiking, and snowboarding.
Leigh completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. Originally from Australia, Leigh has a unique understanding of the injury and repair processes of the body having completed his PhD in science in Australia and further post-doctoral training in Vancouver prior to his physiotherapy training. He is currently involved in a research project with VGH's Centre of Hip Health & Mobility and strives to stay up to date with the latest clinical research to provide the best care to his clients. Leigh believes in continuing education and holds certifications in physiotherapy post-graduate courses including McKenzie Lumbar Spine Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy, Mulligan Mobilizations with Movement, Functional Dry Needling, and Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy. He combines this knowledge with a treatment approach of manual therapy, dry-needling (IMS) and functional exercise to help his clients reach both their short term and long term goals. Outside of work Leigh can be found snowboarding in the winter, hiking, scuba diving and heading to the beach in the summer, and travelling when he can. He also keeps fit by heading to the gym, weightlifting and biking around Vancouver.
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