Not currently accepting new ICBC or WCB cases
All appointment times include Intake, Assessment, Treatment and Home Care.
Not currently accepting new ICBC or WCB cases
All appointment times include Intake, Assessment, ...
Paige received her Master of Physical Therapy, as well as her Master of Kinesiology in Sport Physiology and Coaching Science, from the University of British Columbia. She is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Paige worked for several years as a strength and conditioning consultant to athletes in a variety of sports, and coached competitive university and high school rowing.
Paige believes that movement is medicine and that the human body is incredibly resilient. With her experience and knowledge, she is thorough in her guidance along the rehabilitation and performance continuum. Her approach to treatment is evidence based and clinically informed, utilizing skilled hands-on techniques, exercise and movement, education, and intramuscular stimulation (IMS / dry needling). She integrates physiotherapy plans into clients’ lives and training schedules to best support their recovery and performance.
Paige works with people across the spectrums of ability, age, and athletic experience. Along with people getting back to their favourite everyday sports and activities, she works often with athletes in professional sports, on national or development teams, and on university and high school varsity teams.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Paige grew up playing in Pacific Spirit Park and at Spanish Banks as a kid and rowing countless kilometres on False Creek with the UBC Varsity Rowing team during her undergraduate degree. She is excited to be back in her home community after living and working in the Yukon for several years. When she’s not in the clinic, you’ll find her running in Kits and Point Grey, hiking or biking the trails of the North Shore mountains, on the water coaching a local high school rowing team, or on the beach with a good book. She is usually planning her next adventure and is always keen to hear about any great travel destinations or experiences.
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Paige received her Master of Physical Therapy, as well as her Master of Kinesiology in Sport Phys...
Johnny completed his Masters of Physiotherapy in 2009 at the University of British Columbia (UBC) where he earned several awards for both clinical and academic distinction. From his clinical experiences and his exposure in athletics, Johnny has developed a keen interest in sport injuries, pre and post surgical rehabilitation, paediatrics, injuries related to working professionals, and injury prevention.
Johnny’s treatment approach blends hands-on manual therapy, Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), exercise prescription, and client education. He has achieved the highest orthopaedic level through the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT) and has advanced training and clinical abilities in manual and manipulative therapy. FCAMPT physiotherapists undergo extensive training in the area of orthopaedics and hands-on therapy which helps people recover faster and stay healthier in returning to pain-free living. Johnny also has advanced training with sport related injuries, particularly in Baseball, Golf (Titleist Performance Institute) and Tennis.
As a UBC Varsity Baseball alumnus, his passion lies in sports; Johnny is very interested in working with athletes from all sporting backgrounds and educating clients on the prevention of sport-related injuries. Each year, Johnny mentors and supervises UBC Master of Physical Therapy students as a Teaching Assistant and Clinical Advisor.
Johnny is a dedicated, hardworking and engaging physiotherapist. In his spare time, you will find him at local community events, providing medical coverage and playing a variety of different sports, including tennis, golf, baseball, basketball, running and cycling. His continual passion for an active lifestyle has given Johnny an understanding of the importance of sport and activity in people’s lives, and the importance of getting clients back to participating in the activities they are passionate about.
National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, Hank Burbridge Champion of Character Award, 2006
Member of the UBC Varsity Baseball Team, 2002-2006
Stephanie Gnup Scholarship in Physical Therapy, 2008
Canadian Physiotherapy Association Paediatric Award, 2009
Evelyn Boxtart Memorial Award in Physical Therapy, 2009
Johnny completed his Masters of Physiotherapy in 2009 at the University of British Columbia (UBC)...