Graduated 1959 London EnglandManual therapy course London England 1965Emigrated Canada 1966Chief physiotherapist Scarborough Centenial hospital Toronto 1967-8Private practice Red Deer Alberta, Abbotsford BC till retirement.International Lecturer in Australia New Zealand UK Ireland Kuwait US over 30 yearsPast Chief Examinor of CPA and NAIOMT in the USRetired 2012
I graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2003 with Human Kinetics and Physical Therapy degrees. I started working in Abbotsford at Sport & Spine Physiotherapy under the supervision of Greg Bay. I wrote my Part A exams in March 2005 and completed my Part B exam in November 2005. In 2009 I took over a practice in Abbotsford with my wife, Tanya Bos. I have been a clinic owner and physiotherapy mentor for the past 2 years.
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 and is certified in Functional Dry Needling (IMS) Level 1 with Kinetacore. 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.
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.
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