Grace graduated with a Masters in Physiotherapy (McMaster) and a Bachelors in Kinesiology (SFU). She has completed a post-graduate Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (November 2009) and continues to pursue ongoing education in treating the athletic and musician populations. Her approach to physiotherapy is to get people going to achieve their goals â€“ largely through education about body awareness and mechanics, manual therapy (including manipulations), and motor retraining via prescription of injury-specific exercises. She has had the privilege of working with athletes of all ranges: Olympians, professional athletes, octogenarians and adolescents. Being a musician herself, she takes a special interest in musicians’ injuries, and is a member of the Performing Arts Medicine Association. She also treats those undergoing pre/post-operative rehabilitation and pre/post-natal conditions. She takes affinity to cycling athletes as a daily commuter and weekend road cyclist. Grace is bilingual (English and Chinese) and is a typical ‘Vancouverite’ with inclinations to coffee, being outdoors and travel.
Lynda is a UK trained physiotherapist (Bristol, 1983) with extensive clinical experience and post-graduate education in orthopaedics, Women’s Health issues and pelvic floor rehabilitation for both women and men. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, and a certified Gunn IMS (intra-muscular stimulation) Practitioner. Lynda’s treatment approach uses a combination of manual therapy, Gunn IMS, exercise therapy, pain management techniques, Real Time Ultrasound Imaging (evaluation and biofeedback for the abdominals and lumbo-pelvic area) and postural advice. She encourages participation in appropriate home exercises, in conjunction with treatment, to help you achieve your functional goals whether connected to activities at home or work, participating in sports, or related to sensitive aspects of your bladder, bowel or sexual health. Lynda maintains a keen interest in the physiotherapy profession; is a member of the Women’s Health physiotherapy interest group and is involved with committees at the College of Physical Therapists of BC. She enjoys leading an active lifestyle in particular: playing field hockey, yoga, running (completed both 10km and half marathons), biking and exploring the BC outdoors with her family.
Lynda is a UK trained physiotherapist (Bristol, 1983) with extensive clinical experience and post-graduate education in orthopaedics, Women’s Health issues and pelvic floor rehabilitation for both women and men. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, and a certified Gunn IMS (intra-muscular stimulation) Practitioner.
Lynda’s treatment approach uses a combination of manual therapy, Gunn IMS, exercise therapy, pain management techniques, Real Time Ultrasound Imaging (evaluation and biofeedback for the abdominals and lumbo-pelvic area) and postural advice. She encourages participation in appropriate home exercises in conjunction with treatment to achieve improved function. Lynda maintains a keen interest in the physiotherapy profession; is a member of the Women’s Health physiotherapy interest group and is involved with committees at the College of Physical Therapists of BC. She enjoys leading an active lifestyle in particular: playing field hockey, yoga, running (completed both 10km and half marathons), biking and exploring the BC outdoors with her family.
Carol Kennedy graduated from physiotherapy from Queen’s University in 1979. She completed her certification in Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 1983. She has been an instructor for the specialization courses in Manual Therapy since then. As a Clinical Faculty Member at UBC, she is currently the Lead Instructor and Program Co-ordinator for the Graduate Certificate in Orthopaedic Manipulative Physiotherapy (GCOMPT). She completed her Clincal Masters in Manipulation at UWO in 2010 and became a Clinical Specialist in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2012. She was a Chief Examiner for the National Manual Therapy Exams until 2016 and continues to be an Examiner. Her main area of interest has always been the cervical spine, and she has lectured and presented on this region extensively. One focus has been on the use of specific exercise programs to improve function in the cervical spine, and she has published a chapter in two books on this topic.
Being a competitve swimmer in a past life, being very involved in Sports Physiotherapy pre kids, as well as having worked in a sport physiotherapy clinic as a newer grad, she also has experience in treating sports injuries.
Curtis graduated with a Degree in Physiotherapy from the University of British Columbia in 2003 and has been working at Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic since that time. He became a partner in 2015.Curtis completed the Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy to become a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (FCAMT) in 2009. He is a registered instructor with the BC Orthopaedic Division and assists in courses for physiotherapists working towards their Diploma. He also runs a preparation course out of the clinic for physiotherapists studying for the intermediate exam of this designation.Curtis became certified to practice acupuncture through Acupuncture Canada in 2005. He has experience as the Treasurer of the BC Chapter of Acupuncture Canada.Curtis is a member of the Physiotherapy association of BC (PABC) Business Affairs Council whose purpose is “to advise and support the PABC Board of Directors on issues and business matters related to physiotherapy services provided in private practice settings.” He also has experience as a Teaching Assistant in the UBC Physiotherapy Master’s Program and as a Hockey Team Trainer at the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) level. Curtis specializes in treating acute and complex back pain including the low back, mid back, and neck. He also has extensive experience treating lower leg injuries involving the knee, ankle, and foot. Curtis utilizes manual therapy and acupuncture to restore joint mobility and tissue health. He also utilizes exercise therapy to restore proper movement and prevent re-injury.
Carman is a graduate from UBC and holds a Bachelors Degree in Biology and Physiotherapy (2004). He completed the Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (2010) and has extensive experience in treating neck, shoulder, back, knee, motor vehicle accident related pain. He utilizes and integrates manual therapy, exercise prescription, kinesiology taping, IMS needling and education into his treatments. Prior to practicing in Vancouver he also did a number of years of private practice in Calgary, Alberta, and overseas in Beijing, China. Carman is passionate about his sports, which include soccer, volleyball, tennis, golf and hockey. He is fluent in English and has a working knowledge of Mandarin and Cantonese Chinese.
Jen joins the Treloar team with ten years of experience treating sports and orthopaedic injuries. Jen completed four years of Human Kinetics at the University of British Columbia before graduating with a degree in Physiotherapy in 2005. She completed the Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 2009. rnrnJen believes strongly in staying involved in education and has experience as a teaching assistant in the Physiotherapy Masters program at UBC.rnrnAs a recent mom, Jen has developed a keen interest in women\’s health following her own experiences returning to exercise post-partum. She is dedicated to helping women maintain optimal movement and function throughout pregnancy and post-partum. rnrnJen has experience as an exercise, spin, Pilates and run instructor and has a passion for helping people of all fitness levels stay fit.rnrnOutside the office Jen loves running, skiing, biking and yoga. Although these days most of her fitness comes from running around with her two young sons.
Deb Treloar graduated from UBC in 1979 with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Medicine. She completed her Manipulative Therapy Exam in 1983 and taught extensively within the orthopeadic course system. In partnership with her husband, Bill, she began Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic in 1982. In 1989 they welcomed Carol Kennedy as their partner in the clinic. Her area of special interest has always been the foot and ankle. She has developed a course that looks closely at this area which she has taught throughout Canada. Deb is interested in children and adolescents, as well as people with sports injuries or injuries from the activities of daily living. She is a clinical instructor at the UBC School of Physical Therapy. Deb has taken the Basic Bobath course as well as 4 Advanced Bobath courses to further develop her understanding of the neurophysiology of movement and the underpinning of our movements patterns. This understanding has changed her practice with people with complicated histories and presentation. Deb has always been active in various sports and outdoor activities. She competes in tennis and loves a number of the recreational activities that BC has to offer. She coached youth soccer for a number of years.
Christine has been practicing physiotherapy full time for over 25 years, 23 of those as an orthopaedic manual therapist. A Queen’s University graduate, she moved to BC in 1990 and initially practiced in the hospital setting before making the move to Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic in 1994. In 1998 she successfully completed the requirements for the Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMT). She is now actively involved in teaching and mentoring upcoming candidates for this certificate. Christine believes that physiotherapy is a partnership between client and therapist and enjoys her role as facilitator and educator. Although she is adept in treating all areas, her particular interests is low back, pelvis, hip and lower limb problems. As a runner she has personal experience with overuse issues and really enjoys helping recreational runners to manage injuries and achieve their goals. She believes strongly in the benefits and the balance provided by a regular yoga practice. In 2012 she completed a Hatha Yoga Teacher training program and is certified by the Yoga Alliance. She frequently uses yoga poses in her exercise prescription and assists clients in modifying or enhancing their own asana practice. Christine also offers Yoga Workshops or Private Consultations for those new to the practice or looking to gain insight into improved alignment and stability in their technique.
Penny has a BSc in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University and earned her Advanced Diploma of Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT) in 1986. Penny joined the Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic 12 years ago after owning and managing her own clinic in the West End for 6 years. Penny teaches for the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Penny is interested in spinal, shoulder and lower limb conditions as well as women’s health, osteoporosis and vestibular rehabilitation. Having been a competitive swimmer and gymnast in the past Penny enjoys running, cycling, kayaking, skate skiing as well as playing and coaching soccer.
Katrina has been in private practice physiotherapy since 2003. She is especially passionate about working with runners, cyclists and yoga practitioners. She incorporates her training as a registered yoga teacher into her sessions where appropriate and has been a certified Gunn IMS Therapist (CGIMS) since 2010.
As a Sport and Orthopaedic Physiotherapist Wil has extensive experience working with athletes at all levels. He has worked with Lacrosse, Hockey, Volleyball, Wrestling, Rugby, Soccer, Ultimate Frisbee, Climbing, Marathon, Triathlon. He also worked Short Track Speed Skating at the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics. rnrnAs a manual therapist, he provides 30 minutes of individual hands on treatment followed by specific exercises. He is also Certified in C Gunn IMS.rnrnHe has a keen interest in working with shoulder injuries and helping you get back InSync with work, sport, play and every day function.
Boyd is a registered physiotherapist with the College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia and is a member of both the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (MCPA), and Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (FCAMPT). He graduated from the University of Western Ontario (UWO) in 1991.Boyd has over 25 years of experience in orthopedics working in private practice settings dedicated to the treatment of motor vehicle accidents, post surgical spinal & peripheral joints, sports, and work related injuries. He completed the Fellowship Examinations of the Canadian Academy of Orthopaedic Manipulative Therapy in April 1997. Boyd has also served as a clinical supervisor in the Advanced Levels of post-graduate Manual Therapy Courses for the British Columbia Physical Therapy Orthopaedic Division. In 2004, he completed a certification program in Medical Acupuncture from the University of Alberta. In 2012, he successfully completed a Master of Clinical Science within the faculty of Physical Therapy at UWO. He was part of a research team that explored the prevalence of Endplate Lesions in the Thoracic and Lumbar Spine. In 2013, Boyd participated on an expert discussion panel for the Trial Lawyers of BC exploring Non-Pharmacological Treatments to Aid in Recovery. In 2017, he added UBC Gunn IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) dry needling for the treatment of neuropathic pain to his skill set. He has a passion for lifelong learning.Boyd is a Consultant for athletes on the local Masters Swim Club and an avid swimmer himself. He also works with many resident classical and contemporary dancers but is most humbled by the many injuries we all acquire whether through the aging processes and/or the postures of daily living. His evidence informed approach blends manual therapy, electrotherapeutic modalities, exercise, and dry needling to achieve lasting outcomes.
May is a clinical assistant professor at UBC School of Physical Therapy , an associate at Oakridge Physiotherapy Centre , an Instructor and Examiner for the Orthopaedic Division of CPA , has co-authored a textbook on clinical examination and treatment of the lower extremity and has been published in both peer and non peer reviewed journals. She has received awards from the Physiotherapy Association of BC for excellence in Education and from the Faculty of Medicine ,University of British Columbia for Excellence in Community Practice Teaching