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Greg utilizes manual therapy, exercise prescription, patient education and taping techniques to improve patient function. He is a strong believer in providing his patients with strategies for self-management, including self-mobilizing techniques and strengthening exercises for home exercise programs. Greg is certified in the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Levels I and II, and actively seeks new techniques in movement pattern identification and correction. He has a growing interest in hip rehabilitation, as well as knee, ankle and shoulder injuries.
Jean-Francois (JF) has a special interest in running injuries and knee pain, which were the topics he extensively studied during his Masters and PhD. His clinical interventions typically focus on active therapy through education, exercises and running gait retraining. JF frequently provides lectures on the prevention and treatment of running injuries to health professionals and to the community through The Running Clinic. He is also a post-doctoral fellow at UBC studying running and osteoarthritis. When not in the clinic, JF enjoys long distance running, hiking and traveling.
Teri-Lynn is a manual therapist with a particular interest in sports. She holds the highest certification offered by the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She has worked as the head Physiotherapist for the Canadian National Field Hockey Team and currently serves as the Club Physiotherapist for Fusion FC as well as the physiotherapist for the UBC Women's Varsity Soccer Team. She has a special interest in treating adolescent soccer players as well as middle age athletes of all sorts. Teri-Lynn is an experienced problem solver combining assessment, manual therapy and exercise. She enjoys working collaboratively with her patients and sports medicine physicians to solve challenging injuries. Teri-Lynn believes strongly in activity throughout the lifespan and works hard to enable this in her clients. Outside of work Teri-Lynn enjoys working out at the gym, running, and has a sporting background in gymnastics, golf, volleyball, skiing and hiking.
Trish Hopkins has worked in the Physiotherapy Division of the Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic since 1982, initially as an owner and now as an Associate. She graduated from UBC with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation and then worked in New Zealand, Australia and Montreal before returning to Vancouver. She earned her post graduate Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy in 1985 and her Acupuncture accreditation (CAFCI) in 2003. Trish has sat on numerous committees in her professional associations over the years and served as the Chair of Sport Physiotherapy Canada from 1980 - 1982. She has been selected as a physiotherapist to a number of international teams including World Student Games (FISU 1985), Pan Am Games (1987), Summer Olympics (1988 & 1992) & Commonwealth Games (2002, 2006). She was the Venue Athlete Medical Supervisor for Curling at the 2010 Winter Olympics and was Medical lead for Rugby at the Americas Master Games in Vancouver in August 2016. She has worked extensively with rugby from the local level with the UBC Old Boy Ravens to BC Provincial Rep Teams and Rugby Canada's National Men's team as a therapist & coordinator (7's, 15's & age-grade International tournaments & World Championships and 1999 World Cup.) Trish has over 35 years experience working with recreational and elite athletes in many sports, including not only rugby, but also swimming, dance, tennis and other racquet sports. She enjoys working with people of all ages and abilities and uses an active rehabilitation approach incorporating manual therapy techniques, education and graduated exercises to help her clients maintain a healthy lifestyle and improve their level of activity, before or after injuries, surgery or hip and knee joint replacements. When Trish is not working she enjoys traveling and spending time on the tennis court or working in her garden.
Heather has a special interest in shoulder and upper extremity rehabilitation. Her treatment approach combines manual therapy and exercise prescription to optimize function. She is also certified in Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling (FDN)/Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA). Heather enjoys running half marathons, hiking, golfing and travelling when she's not in the clinic.
Andrea is originally from Vancouver and is UBC Alumni. She completed honours degree in Physiotherapy (2000) at Coventry University in England. She worked at Western with varsity athletes and completed a Masters degree in Orthopaedic Physiotherapy (2005) with work leading to publications in Physical Therapy (2007) and Physiotherapy Canada (2007). Andrea returned to Vancouver and completed a Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy, a Diploma in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and Chan Gunn IMS. Her continued work in sport medicine allowed her to participate as part of the medical teams for the 2010 Olympic Games, the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, India, and travel as far as Russia and Austria. Andrea has worked in sports medicine for over 15 years and, while working with all types of clients, has treated athletes from the recreational to the elite level. She has particular experience in rugby, field hockey, ice hockey, football, basketball, track and field, swimming, and gymnastics. With three children under seven, she has more recently developed an interest in care of the pre-natal and post-partum mum. Affiliations: Clinical Instructor - UBC Department of Physiotherapy Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists Awards: Silver Quill Award (Canadian Physiotherapy Association), 2008 Ruth Byman Award (Physiotherapy Association of BC), 2009 PABC Award of Excellence - Professional Contribution, 2018
Russell Reding is originally from Kelowna, BC, completing a Bachelor's in Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia - Okanagan campus. For several years he worked with athletes and the general population as a strength and conditioning coach before deciding he wanted to do more to help people. Following his interests in science, movement, and the human body, he completed his Master's in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta. Russell believes that when it comes to rehab, the most powerful tool is movement. Through a variety of manual therapy techniques, client education, and individualized therapeutic exercises, his client-centered, active approach can optimize movement and empower people to take control of their bodies. His background in strength and conditioning facilitates bridging the gap from rehab to performance; and is adept at working with all demographics. In his spare time, Russell enjoys weight training, playing basketball, and practicing martial arts.
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