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
Physiotherapists are primary health practitioners so private patients do not need a doctor’s referral. more »
In most cases, incontinence or loss of bowel and bladder control, is curable, so it is something you don’t have to live with. more »
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Though players generally take good care of their bodies, Aussie rules football is a high-impact, contact sport and despite the care, players will get injured. more »
Soft tissue consists of the fascia, connective tissues, muscles, tendons, fat and organs that lie beneath the skin. When these become injured pain and decreased function are the result. more »
The shoulder offers a wide range of motion and can hence be subject to a variety of injuries. There are a number of simple exercises to help you manage pain. more »
Cold weather is not an excuse to stop exercising. However proper precautions are required to ensure that you enjoy it and do not injure yourself. more »
Strong core muscles can improve posture and appearance, and enhance performance on the sports field and workplace. more »
If you find exercising to be boring, it will be difficult to stick with it. With a little creativity, you can still get the exercise you need and enjoy it. more »
Not entirely true. While some discomfort is expected with resistance training, pain can sometimes be a cause for concern. more »
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