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Whether you are in need of Physiotherapy, Kinesiology, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy, Yoga, Fascial Stretch, Massage Therapy or Prenatal & Postnatal Support - we are here to support you on your journey! 


Our experienced team is passionate about helping you find the confidence to take steps toward your specific health and wellness goals.


We’re a team of health care workers passionate about inspiring others to live an active, healthy lifestyle. Helping you to move your body often and easily is our goal.


Our newly-renovated clinic is conveniently located in East Abbotsford. We offer a range of treatment rooms that are both semi-private/curtained and fully private as well as a fully equipped gym. Our gym is large enough to host yoga classes and functional movement classes!

Male Physiotherapist with female patient


  • Do I need a doctor's referral?
    No referral is necessary for Private or MSP funded patients.
  • Is Physiotherapy covered by insurance?
    Yes. Most extended health plans offer coverage for Physiotherapy services. Each company offers different amounts. Some plans have a maximum amount per year, and some plans are unlimited. Physiotherapy is also covered by MSP premium assistance. If you are eligible for premium assistance, MSP will cover $23 per session, for up to 10 sessions per year.
  • What should I wear to my Physiotherapy appointment?
    Please wear clothes that can move so we can access the area that needs to be assessed and treated. If you have a knee injury, please bring shorts. If you have a shoulder injury please wear a tank top or a shirt that can be moved to expose the area.
  • Do you accept ICBC/car accident claims?
    Yes, we do accept valid ICBC claims. On your first appointment you will need your healthcare card and a valid claim number. You are entitled to accident benefits whether you are at fault or not.
  • Do you accept WorkSafeBC claims?
    No, we do not accept WorkSafeBC claims.
  • What is Dry Needling?
    Dry Needling is a form of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS). Using acupuncture-like needles, the therapist will place the needle into muscles that have tight bands or “trigger points.” The ultimate goal of Dry Needling is to cause a “twitch response” within the muscle. This can feel like an ache, tightness, or small contraction within the muscle. It is brief and the discomfort typically subsides immediately. The purpose of Dry Needling is to create a neuromuscular change which can help to decrease muscle tension, improve muscle strength and flexibility, and, overall, improve symptoms of pain and dysfunction.
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