Physiotherapy on Blundell Rd in Richmond.
As of March 18th, our clinic will be temporarily closed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope you understand this decision that was made in the best interest of our community.
Coronavirus Improtant Information:
If you have travelled to one of the countries with a travel advisory (including China, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, Italy and Iran. See Health Canada website for more details) or have been in contact with someone who has travelled through one of the countries mentioned above please follow the steps below to avoid the spread of infection:
- Please cancel your appointments and notify the clinic of the cancellation and illness
- Isolate yourself from others at home
- Call Health Link BC at 811 or Fraser Health at 604-476-7087
Reported signs and symptoms include:
- Difficulty Breathing
If you are having any of these symptoms, we ask that you please call the clinic and cancel your appointments.
Thank you so much for your cooperation and understanding during this time!
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.
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