Born and raised in Toronto, Laurence moved to Vancouver in 2010 to explore the coast and mountains of BC. Laurence is actively involved with the Vancouver paddling community and has been coaching Olympic canoe and kayak at the False Creek Racing Canoe Club since 2012. He remains active in watersports and maintains a deep interest in the injuries of paddlers and athletes in all disciplines. Laurence graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Kinesiology and Master of Physical Therapy. His clinical interests lie in manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education. He is passionate about working with clients of all ages and strongly believes in individualized, evidence-based care. His goal is to optimize each patient’s health and well being by helping clients understand and be an active part of their self-management.
Jason received his degree in Physical Therapy from Queens University, graduated with a Biology degree from St. Francis Xavier University, is certified to practice dry needling/acupuncture from the CAFCI, and has completed his training with the Canadian College of Osteopathy. He has always been active in the community as a team physiotherapist with the New Westminster Salmonbellies and is a past President of the Physiotherapy Association of BC. His areas of practice include acupuncture, joint mobilization, and osteopathic manual therapy. His interests include TMJ (jaw problems), sports injuries, vertigo, neck, back, and pelvic dysfunction, and return to work planning. Jason a current board member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and is a managing director of Vancouver Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic.
Jordan completed both his Masters of Physical Therapy and his Bachelors of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia. As a competitive varsity athlete, he developed his skills in sports injury prevention and exercise prescription and learned the benefits of having a commitment to fitness and health promotion. Jordan’s treatment approach includes evidence-based manual therapy, myofascial release and personalized exercise prescription to help his patients achieve their goals. His focus is on alleviating current symptoms, addressing the root cause of such symptoms and engaging the patient in education. He has a particular interest in treating sports-related injuries and has experience treating back and neck pain as well as injuries related to work, repetitive strain and motor vehicle accidents. Jordan enjoys playing hockey, squash, and beach volleyball. He is also fluent in French. Jordan is accepting any and all new clients. Call today!
Amanda obtained her Master of Science in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University and her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. She is a health and fitness enthusiast who is passionate about active living. She believes in treating the cause of your injuries and not just the symptoms. Her treatment approach includes manual therapy, posture and biomechanics analysis and correction, therapeutic taping, therapeutic cupping, extracorporeal shockwave therapy, and other various modalities as required. She is also certified in instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization techniques and manual soft tissue release. As a former kinesiologist, Amanda has acquired expertise in therapeutic exercise rehabilitation and tends to have more of an active exercise-based approach to treatment. Her clinical interests include (but are not exclusive to) post-surgical rehabilitation, acute and chronic injuries, and neck, back, and hip pain. She also has experience treating brain injuries and neurological conditions. Aside from private practice, Amanda also works in the public sector at Vancouver General Hospital. She is fluent in English and conversational Cantonese. When not working, Amanda expresses her creative side through acting, improv comedy, music, and photography. She enjoys the great outdoors and can often be found hiking the trails of Vancouver in the summer or training for the next Tough Mudder/obstacle race. She is now accepting new and all patients and looks forward to working with you!
Jen completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia and her Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley. She believes in using a well-rounded approach to physical therapy in order to help her patients achieve their personal goals. This involves using manual therapy, while also providing exercises and education to empower her patients. Using a client-centred approach will help you to reduce pain, improve function and your overall quality of life. Whether you are looking to rehabilitate your injury, improve your athletic performance or return to work, Jen will take the time to listen to you to develop a treatment plan that is best suited for you. Jen grew up playing at elite levels of basketball, along with track and field. Tearing her ACL and meniscus stopped her from pursuing sports competitively but open up the world of physiotherapy for her. This has lead her to work with a number of different sports teams during her time as a student athletic trainer. She also has a heavy paediatric background and specializes in working with kids from ages 0-5. Jen looks forward to using her extensive background to help you at any age and ability level. Outside of physiotherapy, Jen is passionate about leading a healthy lifestyle. She is involved in many activities that Vancouver offers such as hiking, cycling and golfing. Jen is fluent in English and Vietnamese.
Connor completed his Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Science in Cellular biology from Thompson Rivers University. He has a passion for continuing education and holds a Level 1 Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Certification and has completed training in Mulligan Mobilization manual therapy. Connor uses a comprehensive and evidence-based approach through the integration of manual therapy, specific exercise prescription and education to develop individualized treatment programs that support clients in achieving their personal goals. Connor’s passion for pursuing physiotherapy began through his experiences playing competitive rugby and his years working as a wildfire firefighter for the province. Witnessing and experiencing both sport and occupational injuries developed Connor’s interest in tissue healing, body mechanics and rehabilitation. Outside of work, Connor has a love for good food, living an active lifestyle and spending time with family and friends. He can often be found exploring the local mountains, picking up a new sport, or training in the gym.
Remi is originally from Toronto, ON, where he was involved in a variety of sports from an early age. He grew up playing basketball and soccer, and competed in cross-country and martial arts tournaments at a provincial level. Remi found his passion for physiotherapy during his time as a kinesiology student at McGill University, where he worked as a student therapist with the varsity men's and women's basketball teams. Following his time at McGill, Remi went on to complete his Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. Remi is passionate about providing all his patients with a positive experience. He works closely with clients to determine their goals and understand their injury history and provides individualized treatment plans based on the needs of the client. This involves manual therapy, education, and tailored exercise programs to manage injuries in the short-term, prevent recurrences, and ensure long-term health. Remi is passionate about what he does. He will go above and beyond to problem-solve and connect with his patients in order to aid them in achieving their health and sport goals. Remi is an advocate of lifelong learning and pushes himself to engage in continuing education to ensure he is working with the newest evidence-informed treatment methods. Remi has completed his Level 2 courses in Manual Therapy from the National Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He has completed his Part A in the McKenzie Method, which he uses to inform his treatment for low back pain. In addition, he is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, and holds a certification as a Concussion Management Practitioner with the CCMI concussion care network. Outside of being a physiotherapist, Remi can be found spending his time outdoors, as well as participating in multiple sports, including basketball and rock climbing. Remi is also able to provide service in Mandarin.
Simon holds a Bachelor’s of Science from McGill and completed his Master’s of Physical Therapy degree at UBC after years working as a fisheries biologist in B.C. He is driven to assist his clients to get back to the activities they love doing. His clinical interests are diverse and he enjoys working with a wide variety of clients: from sport-related injury to chronic conditions like osteoarthritis. He takes a tailored, evidence-informed approach to his practice based on the specific needs and goals of his clients. When Simon has time he is usually outside backcountry skiing, exercising with friends, fishing or whitewater paddling. He is no stranger to sport and work-related injury and this motivates him to provide the best service he can when working with his clients.
Physiotherapy- Supervised Exercise Program
Physiotherapy- Supervised Exercise Program
Adriana specializes in sports conditioning, post-stroke rehab, post-MVA conditioning, joint replacement rehab, and general exercise therapy to improve one’s performance and/or fitness. She has over 20 years of experience in the industry and is a true professional.