Vancouver Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic
1530 West 7th Ave
Vancouver BC V6J 1S3
When you come to Vancouver Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic, you can expect a welcoming, professional environment. Our highly skilled and university trained physiotherapists will provide individualized consultation and treatment along with information about the care of your condition.
We are proud partners with the Seymour Health Cenre and can be found on the second floor of the Health Centre on 7th Ave between Granville and Fir. We are conveniently accessible by transit via West Broadway and the Granville st corridors.
Vancouver Physiotherapy is pleased to offer Massage Therapy to ICBC, WCB and MSP patients. Our highly skilled Registered Massage Therapists are now available every Monday through to Saturday.
Current Massage therapy rates for private patients are as follows:
Please contact our office staff to find out the rates for Massage as an ICBC, MSP and WCB patient.
Seymour Health Centre
Station 5, 1530 West 7th Ave
Vancouver, BC V6J 1S3
Telephone Number: 604-739-5626
Fax Number: 604-739-5628
“Vancouver physio has a great health care team and are very professional, extremely knowledgeable, well trained and caring. I would highly recommend their services.” – Alan
Physiotherapists are primary health practitioners so private patients do not need a doctor’s referral. more »
Lymphedema may affect the arms, legs or abdomen, characterised by swelling due to the build-up of lymphatic fluid in the tissues following certain surgery or radiation treatment. more »
Strain is the term used when a muscle is damaged or torn. Sprain is the term for tearing of a ligament or joint capsule. more »
Rugby is a tough, fast-moving sport that incurs a number of injuries from tackling and scrummaging. Protective gear may help avoid some injuries, but others may be unavoidable. more »
Craniosacral therapy is a holistic method that uses light touch to balance out the craniosacral system in the body. more »
Gait analysis is a detailed inspection of how a person walks, which can reveal many aspects of one's state of health. more »
Whether you are an athlete in the prime of life, an elderly person or someone recuperating from an illness, walking is one form of exercise that nearly everyone can, and should, participate in. more »
With the popularity of exercise videos, you'd think that society was getting fitter and fitter by the day. Unfortunately, things seem to be going in the opposite direction, with obesity and diabetes recently being declared a worldwide epidemic. more »
There are various types of headaches and managing them doesn't mean you need to rely on drugs. more »
Recognising that you need to exercise and finding the time in your hectic schedule to do it are two different things. But there are many imaginative ways to make this happen. more »
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