Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy aims at restoring movement, function, and decreasing pain to help you achieve your goals in life, work and play.

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Physiotherapists use a variety of treatment techniques to address your particular injury/concern. Techniques utilized in physiotherapy include but are not limited to: manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue release, postural education, movement retraining, and rehabilitative exercises.

Physiotherapy can treat acute or chronic injuries, as well as focus on preventative, and restorative rehab. The best treatment for an injury is the prevention of it. Feel free to contact us online, or come by our clinic in Vancouver to discuss any questions you may have.

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Rhonda sees her role as a physiotherapist is to facilitate the body’s natural healing process. Thorough assessment, client education, mindful exercises and modalities (such as manual therapy and acupuncture) are her approaches to treatment.

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Holly has always enjoyed an active lifestyle and competed internationally on team Canada as a high jumper for 7 years, including competing at world championships, world university games and Commonwealth Games. Faced with injuries throughout her athletic career, Holly eventually let go of sport and focused her energy on becoming a physiotherapist

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Rhonda Cooper graduated from the Masters of Physiotherapy program at UBC in 2006, with an undergrad in dance from Simon Fraser University. She has since completed her FCAMPT diploma through the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, studied the Integrated Systems Model with Dr. Linda Joy Lee and Diane Lee, and completed her acupuncture certification through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.

Rhonda has been instructing physiotherapists in advanced manual therapy techniques as a teaching assistant with the Orthopaedic Division of the CPA for the past 2 years. She has also recently instructed contemporary dance technique class at Simon Fraser University, allowing her to integrate her scientific based knowledge of human biomechanics with the art form of dance.

Having recently completed a qualitative research project investigating injury prevention and excellence in dance with funding through the Canada Council for the Arts, Rhonda is continuing to build her a scientific knowledge base for working with dance artists.

Rhonda sees her role as a physiotherapist is to facilitate the body’s natural healing process. Thorough assessment, client education, mindful exercises and modalities (such as manual therapy and acupuncture) are her approaches to treatment.

Holly has always enjoyed an active lifestyle and competed internationally on team Canada as a high jumper for 7 years, including competing at world championships, world university games and Commonwealth Games. Faced with injuries throughout her athletic career, Holly eventually let go of sport and focused her energy on becoming a physiotherapist so she could help others who struggle with injuries as well.

Starting her studies at the University of Washington State, Holly graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2014 with a B.Sc. in Kinesiology and a B.Sc. in Psychology, accompanied by a minor in French. In 2016, she completed her Master’s degree in Physiotherapy at UBC. Holly also holds certification in K-Tape, Mulligan Concept Training and Soft Tissue Release.

Holly’s Psychology training allows her to take a holistic approach and focus on the big picture, considering both the body and mind. She uses a combination of techniques such as manual therapy, symptom modification, individualized exercise programs, soft tissue work, trigger point release, as well as client education. Holly truly believes in empowering clients to take control of their rehabilitation process and works with clients to help them return to work or sport as well as achieve their goals and live pain-free.

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