Vancouver Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic
We are closed on Saturday, October 6. On Monday, October 8th for Thanks Giving Holiday.
We have moved!
Our new clinic is located at:
1001 West Broadway
Vancouver, BC V6H 4B1
Parking is available in the building parkade from the alley on the west side of Oak Street, across Oak Street in the Scotiabank parking lot, on West 8th Street, and on West Broadway during designated hours.
Vancouver Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic (VPSC) is a leading physiotherapy clinic serving downtown Vancouver, Fairview, Kitsilano, the Broadway corridor and UBC. We are located at 1001 West Broadway in Suite 601 at Oak Street. We are one of the premier clinics in Vancouver. We are part of an allied health group serving the residents of the lower mainland in British Columbia in 9 locations.
Vancouver Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic is a leading multidisciplinary clinic in Vancouver. We offer 10 practitioners that can assist you. We provide services for the treatment of Sports Injuries, ICBC claims for Whiplash, WorkSafeBC (WSBC) claims, Neck and Back pain, Post Operative Total Hip/Knee Rehabilitation, vestibular rehab for dizziness, and osteopathy involving craniosacral therapy. We have 2 Registered Massage Therapists, a certified pedorthist on staff offering custom orthotics and bracing, an exercise therapist specializing in Spinal/Sports Rehabilitation, poststroke rehab, and fitness training, and Yoga instruction. We also offer acupuncture and dry needling
For an appointment please call us on 604-739-5626 or use our online appointment request form:
Please view our testimonials page to see what our patients think about our services.
Pain, stiffness, trigger points, muscle tension and other conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of treatments that physiotherapists carry out. Read more →
Diabetes is a chronic illness that affects the bodyâs ability to transport and utilise glucose. This means that digested carbohydrates remain in the blood instead of getting into the cells of the body where they are needed to provide... Read more →
It is important to get a professional diagnosis with every ankle sprain no matter how mild, since there may be damage to tendons, bones and other joint tissues in addition to ligament damage. Read more →
Weight training is a demanding activity that calls for concentration, commitment and overall health and fitness. Read more →
Interferential therapy is a type of TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) which has two alternating currents that are applied to the skin. Read more →
Following a knee replacement, many people experience pain, discomfort as well as decreased range of motion. All of this makes the task of exercising very daunting. Read more →
Yoga and soft martial arts such as tai chi and sun do can provide you with the strength, flexibility and overall sense of well being you deserve. Read more →
Instead of lying on the couch, speak to your physiotherapist about other forms of exercise you can do that will not aggravate your injury and at the same time help you stay fit. Read more →
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