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 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 MSP or 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
Taken in the context of health and fitness, one might say if I feel well and look well, then I don’t need to do anything more. Right? Not really. more »
Neurological problems stem from a wide range of conditions relating to defects in the function of the brain, spinal cord, muscles or nerves. The goals of physiotherapy will be to help the individual gain or return to a level of function or independence. more »
Achilles tendonitis is a common injury among runners, but may also occur in people with pronated feet, high arches, tight calf muscles and those who wear inflexible running shoes. Overuse of the Achilles tendon at the back of the heel occurs in the case of dancers, runners and walkers who exert a lot of stress on the tendon during their activities. more »
Skiing injuries are quite common, especially among occasional skiers. Most injuries occur as a result of falls; concussions, shoulder injuries and fractures being common. more »
Joint mobilisation involves performing an assisted and involuntary back and forth oscillation of the joint in order to restore motion. more »
Just about any important health-related goal (e.g. adding lean muscle mass, losing excess body fat, improving functional or athletic fitness, etc) is achievable in part by drinking more water. more »
Though it is natural to feel weak after cardiac surgery, correct amount of exercise is crucial in rehabilitation. more »
Hiking is a great way to take time away from the hustle and bustle of life or to get active outdoors. more »
Encouraging your child to be active can be challenging, but with a little effort and creative thinking, you can ensure them a healthy lifestyle as they get older. more »
Traumatic brain injury in children is an unfortunate event which can affect every aspect of the child's functioning. Various professionals may be involved in treatment and rehabilitation. more »
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