We are OPEN for in-clinic appointments with enhanced safety protocols. Before visiting us, please read our COVID-19 guidelines.
*Due to the new COVID-19 measures we put in place for your safety, please refer to our latest Clinic Protocols for Appointments.
To book a physiotherapy appointment, please call our office at (604) 464-3355. Our clinic hours are 9:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday. If you call outside our office hours, please leave a message and our receptionist will call you when our office is open.
If you are coming in for an ICBC or WCB claim, please have your doctor’s referral, ICBC/WCB claim number, and name/phone number of your adjuster. If you’ve had any x-rays or MRIs done, our physiotherapists would find the information in the reports useful for the initial assessment and treatment plan. For more information on sending your reports to us, please contact us.
Depending on which area is being treated, it is best to wear a t-shirt/tank top and shorts so our physiotherapist can easily evaluate and treat the affected areas. We also have gowns and shorts for your convenience. It is also a good idea to wear comfortable footwear as the physiotherapist may have you doing some exercise. For assessments of the foot for orthotics, bring along a couple of pairs of your shoes that you want your new orthotics to be placed in.
If your physician or health care professional has referred you to us, we will keep them updated with progress reports. If necessary, we will liaise with your doctor, case managers (in the case of ICBC or WCB injuries), and medical specialists. This provides continuity in your care.
The initial assessment usually takes 45 minutes. During that allocated time, the physiotherapist will ask questions regarding medical history and the area of injury. After a physical examination, our physiotherapist will provide you with a diagnosis of the findings along with explaining the treatment plan. For more information, please visit Getting Started
Each follow-up visit could take anywhere from 40-60 minutes depending on the nature of the injury and what type of treatment the physiotherapist decides is best for your condition.