- Upper, Middle, and Lower Back Pain
- Neck Pain
- Shoulder: Rotator Cuff Tear, Frozen Shoulder, Dislocated Shoulder, etc
- Tennis Elbow
- Carpal-Tunnel Syndrome
- Knee Injuries
- Foot Pain
- Post Surgical/ Fracture Rehabilitation
- Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
- Motor Vehicle Accident Rehabilitation (ICBC)
- WorksafeBC Claims
Vestibular Therapy & Concussion Management
Visceral manipulation is a gentle manual treatment that addresses tension in the soft tissue connections within and around our organs. Tissue tension can cause pulls on the musculoskeletal system. The technique has been around since the mid 80s when French osteopath Jean-Pierre Barral invented it. The practitioner uses their hands to assess tense spots and gently compress and move soft tissues around the organs to release adhesions and tight connective tissue. These abnormal points of tension need to be moved around to release their affect on the musculoskeletal system.
Craniosacral Therapy gently releases restrictions in movement to restore the normal motion to the bones of the head, spinal column, and sacrum, membrane joints, fascia and soft tissues using light touch. This gentle technique alleviates pain and releases restrictions to normalize central nervous system flow of cerebral spinal fluid. This technique removes blockages in the normal flow and enhances the body’s ability to heal.
Pelvic Health Physiotherapy
Pelvic health physiotherapy is the assessment and treatment of a variety of conditions related to the pelvic floor.
The pelvic floor is comprised of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissue that span the bottom of the pelvis. Like any other area in our body, if these muscles are not performing optimally they can result in a wide variety of dysfunctions. Some common symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are: incontinence, urgency, prolapse, pelvic pain, and tailbone pain. Although common, pelvic health concerns do not have to be suffered with silently. Pelvic health physiotherapy is shown in the research to be the gold standard for first line, non -surgical management of a variety of conditions. A physiotherapist with specialized training will carry out an assessment followed by individualized education and treatment.
Is a special area of practice within both occupational therapy and physical therapist that, through advanced study and experience, focus their practice on treating individuals with conditions affecting the hands and upper extremity. They have special training in managing the complex rehabilitation of post operative hands and are able to construct custom splints for the management of these conditions.