"Your Health = Our Purpose"
Our entire team of Physiotherapists and staff are dedicated and passionate about empowering every patient to regain optimal function as quickly as possible. We are committed to delivering a patient experience that exceeds expectations in a caring and respectful manner.
To be the leading group of Physiotherapists in our community by inspiring, guiding and educating you to achieve your goals and by providing insightful and innovative treatments that set a new standard for clinical excellence, delivered by a compassionate staff.
Our PHYSIO Locations
For your convenience our 7 PHYSIO locations which offer the best possible treatment in Richmond and Surrey BC close and near to you!
140-6180 Blundell Road
Richmond, BC V7C 4W7
(604) 275 4142
103B 15157 56th Ave
Surrey, BC V3S 9A5
(604) 574 2047
#307 9014 152nd St
Surrey, BC V3R 4E7
(604) 496 6363
#106 15240 56th Ave
Surrey, BC V3S 5K7
(778) 574 1919
105B 17780 56th Ave
Surrey, BC V3S 1C7
(604) 574 4342
#206 18730 Fraser Hwy
Surrey BC V3S 7Y4
(604) 576 1338
102B 12565 88th Ave
Surrey BC, V3W 3J7
(778) 564 9008
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Video credit: Physiotherapy Association of BC
Physiotherapists are primary health practitioners so private patients do not need a doctorâs referral before attending physiotherapy. Read more →
As physiotherapists, we treat a number of musculoskeletal conditions â a broad term that encompasses damage to bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. Read more →
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is one of the four main ligaments in the knee. It binds the back of the thigh bone (femur) to the front of the shin bone (tibia). Read more →
As a cricket player, avoiding injuries is something every player would like to possibly do. Here are the most common injuries sustained by these players, along with the symptoms and physiotherapy treatments for each injury. Read more →
An ultrasound machine, which is very commonly used in physiotherapy, works by using high frequency sound waves (that canât be heard by the human ear) to effectively treat deep tissue injuries. Read more →
Following a knee replacement, many people experience pain, discomfort as well as decreased range of motion. All of this makes the task of exercising very daunting. Read more →
Yoga and soft martial arts such as tai chi and sun do can provide you with the strength, flexibility and overall sense of well being you deserve. Read more →
Instead of lying on the couch, speak to your physiotherapist about other forms of exercise you can do that will not aggravate your injury and at the same time help you stay fit. Read more →
You now decide to take the plunge and see a physiotherapist, but where do you start? How do you choose a therapist that will put you back on the road to optimum health? Read more →
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