Diane graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor degree in the Science of Rehabilitation in 1976. She became a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy in 1981 (FCAMT) and completed her certification in Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) in 2001. Currently, she is the owner, director and physiotherapist at Diane Lee & Associates in White Rock BC. Diane is well known both nationally and internationally for her clinical work on thoracic, lumbar and pelvic (sacroiliac) dysfunction and has integrated the scientific research on lumbopelvic function into a clinical model for assessment and treatment. She has published eight books, contributed several chapters to orthopaedic textbooks and published many papers in peer reviewed journals on this and other topics. Diane is an editorial advisor for the journal Manual Therapy as well as the Journal of Manual and Manipulative Therapy and a Scientific Committee member for the Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain. Her passion is helping women to restore their form and function after pregnancy and teaches other physiotherapists world-wide how to implement evidence-based programs into their clinical practices.
Jane Knauer is a registered physiotherapist in British Columbia, licensed by the College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy in 1994 from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, in 1994. She is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and its orthopaedics division. Jane has completed extensive post-graduate education in the areas of orthopaedics, sports injuries, manual therapy, concussion rehab and women’s health, and has passed the Part A & B examinations in Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy. She has been working as a physio in Vancouver since July 1994, and is currently employed at Performance Integrated Health in Surrey.
Krystie graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics before completing her Masters in Physical Therapy, both at the University of British Columbia. Aside from receiving the FCAMPT designation, Krystie is also certified to perform Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation and acupuncture, and has completed her FitFOREGolf training. Krystie is the owner of PhysioLife Physiotherapy Clinic, with two locations in South Surrey and White Rock, BC. She enjoys treating patients with sports injuries, MVA-related injuries, work-related injuries, and injuries from everyday living. Krystie has previously been the team physiotherapist for the UBC Women\\\’s Basketball team and the Surrey Eagles Junior A Hockey team. In 2012, she was the Physiotherapy Chair for the BC Summer Games. Currently, she spends time during the fall volunteering with the Earl Marriott Senior Boys Football team. She enjoys running, weight lifting, hiking, yoga, and horseback riding, but most of all, loves spending time with her family!
Krystie graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics before completing her Masters in Physical Therapy, both at the University of British Columbia. Aside from receiving the FCAMPT designation, Krystie is also certified to perform Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation and acupuncture, and has completed her FitFOREGolf training. Krystie is the owner of PhysioLife Physiotherapy Clinic, with two locations in South Surrey and White Rock, BC. She enjoys treating patients with sports injuries, MVA-related injuries, work-related injuries, and injuries from everyday living. Krystie has been the team physiotherapist for the UBC Women’s Basketball team and the Surrey Eagles Junior A Hockey team. In 2012, she was the Physiotherapy Chair for the BC Summer Games. Currently, she spends the most time during the fall volunteering with the Earl Marriott Senior Boys Football team.
Sheana Lehigh graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2003 with her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. She has her own business in White Rock called Sheana Physiotherapy. Sheana has also studied physiotherapy in New Zealand, and has worked as a physiotherapist in the United Kingdom. Sheana has a clinical interest in persistent pain, orthopaedic, manual and sports physiotherapy. She has also obtained her CGIMS certification and her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). Sheana has been a competitive ballet and modern dancer since she was five years old, and now she also enjoys yoga, hiking, skiing, biking, running and swimming. Sheana is also the PABC Education Manager and is a mentor in the Internationally Educated Physiotherapist (IEP) program. Lastly, Sheana contributes to the UBC School of Physiotherapy as a clinical skills assistant in musculo-skeletal courses. http://imsphysiotherapy.com
Shelley graduated from McMaster University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy and moved to White Rock in 1997 where she has worked in private practice ever since. In 2004, she obtained her Fellowship in the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy and became certified in IMS (dry needling for trigger point release ) in 2006. Shelley has an interest in orthopedics and sports injuries and has considerable experience treating athletes from a variety of sports. She spent two years doing on field training for the Bayside Rugby Club and more recently has become involved in educating coaches regarding injury prevention in young athletes. She has developed simple screening tools to help coaches detect those ‘kids at risk’ of injury and is passionate about helping them move and grow into their changing bodies. Shelley also incorporates the use of real time ultrasound imaging to help educate clients on optimal muscle recruitment strategies for core stability and also uses this tool in biofeedback training during exercise instruction.
Natasha completed her Master of Physiotherapy Studies from the University of Queensland, Australia and is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists. She also holds certificates from the American Institute of Balance in Vestibular Assessment and Management and from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Natasha has been a Registered Physiotherapist since 2005 and has been working in private practice in Surrey ever since. She has extensive experience working with athletes, ICBC and Worksafe BC injuries. In addition to her clinical experience, Natasha is the Director at Panorama Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic, Co-Director at Surrey Hwy10 Physiotherapy & Massage Clinic, Clayton Heights 188St Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic and Surrey 152St Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic.
I am on a mission to inspire as many people as I can to overcome their pain, injuries and health challenges.
In my clinical physiotherapy practice, I do this one person at a time. I offer 100% direct care and never use passive modalities as a \\\\\\\’time filler\\\\\\\’ so I can treat someone else at the same time.
As a CAMPT-Certified (TM) Physiotherapist, I use a hands-on approach which helps people get better, recover faster and stay healthier!
Key tenets I infuse into care include:
– Proper alignment and movement
– Breathing technique
– Core (it\\\\\\\’s more than you may think!) control
– How the Pain/Nervous system works
Manual Therapy – IMS – \\\\\\\’Physi-Yoga\\\\\\\’ Therapy
Back & Neck Care
Chronic Pain Help
Guido graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor degree in Physical Therapy in 1997. He became a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy in 2004 (FCAMT) and completed his certification in Acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute in 2003 (CAFCI). Guido’s interests lie in the areas of manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise rehabilitation. He uses this combination to treat orthopaedic dysfunctions and injuries. Guido continues to be a keen participant in continuing education and enjoys mentoring junior Physiotherapists.
Travis Wolsey is the owner/director of Sungod Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinics. He has completed post graduate work in orthopaedics and spinal manipulation. He has a Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy and is a certified strength and conditioning specialist. He was a member of the host medical staff at the Ice Hockey Venue at the 2010 Olympics and enjoys working as team physio for the WHL Vancouver Giants.As well he is dedicated to sports physiotherapy. He is a 2 time Ironman triathlete (StG, IMC)
Lisa has a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and a Bachelor of Science in Physical Education in Athletic Therapy with distinction from the University of Alberta. Included in her educational pursuits, Lisa acquired her Fellowship from the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy, is certified in Acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, is certified in Functional Dry Needling (IMS) Level 1 with Kinetacore and has completed the Advanced Dry Needling course with On Point Needling. Lisa has also completed several post-graduate courses including Spinal Manipulation, Manual Therapy, Myofascial and Soft-Tissue Release techniques, Graston technique, K-Taping (Kinesiology tape technique), Orthopaedic courses for the Thorax , Shoulder and Core, Diagnosis and Treatment of Movement Impairment Syndromes, Mobilization of the Nervous System and Pilates instruction. Her clinical interests include Movement/ Postural Dysfunction, Shoulder, Lumbo-Pelvic and Lower Limb /Pelvic Alignment Disorders, and exercise therapies such as yoga and Pilates. Lisa has worked with a variety of sport teams and athletic events and is an active member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and Orthopedic Division. She was also a member of the BC place medical team during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics. She enjoys several recreational activities including yoga, Pilates, biking and snowboarding.
I graduated from the McGill School of Physical Therapy in 1988 and have practiced in the Vancouver area, Australia and the USA prior to my current position as an associate physiotherapist at Sungod Sport and Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinic in North Delta and Ladner. I became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists in 2000, and certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute in 2003. I then obtained certification in Gunn IMS in 2005, and completed the Sport Physiotherapy Certificate in 2008. I have 5 years experience in the acute hospital and in-patient rehabilitation setting, and a further 15 years in private orthopaedic practice. I have had the pleasure of travelling with the Canadian National Snowboard Team to various events around the world. I enjoy the challenge and reward of treating clients of all ages with various musculoskeletal and other orthopaedic conditions, workplace and motor vehicle accident related injuries, sports injuries and post-partum care. Outside of physiotherapy, my other interests include snowboarding, rockclimbing, hiking, mountain biking, travel.