John Chan has been a registered physiotherapist in 1991. He completed his post-graduation education in the area of Orthopaedic Physiotherapy, receiving the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s post-graduate Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2001. He is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.
At the same time, he is fascinated with the pain control by acupuncture. He studied acupuncture related to physiotherapy. He is certified by Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute as well as Medical Acupuncture Program, An Evidence-Based Approach at McMaster University. He is currently one of the teachers and an examiner for the Medical Acupuncture Program Evidence-based Approach at McMaster University. He has practiced acupuncture for more than 20 years.
He provides physiotherapy in a private clinic and at home to suit various age groups.
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.
Chris graduated with honours from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology before graduating from the University of Toronto with a Masters of Science degree in Physiotherapy. Chris continues to pursue post-graduate studies and has successfully challenged his Advanced Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy from the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. Chris has experience in treating a wide variety of conditions using joint mobilizations, joint manipulations, soft tissue techniques, neural mobilizations, client-specific exercise prescription, and acupuncture to help clients achieve their goals. Being an athlete and a dancer himself, Chris is able to draw from his personal experience and takes a special interest in treating clients from these populations.
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.
Natif de Granby, Québec et diplômé de l\’Université McGill en 1990, Bruno Laflamme pratique en privé dans sa ville natale depuis sa graduation. Il a complété sa formation en thérapie manuelle orthopédique en 1999 et a obtenu son Fellow dans ce domaine.
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.
Pierre Langevin a complété sa formation de physiothérapeute à l’Université Laval en 1997 et sa formation avancée en thérapie manuelle en 2002. Il détient une Maitrise Clinique en Science obtenue à l’Université Western Ontario en 2010. Il est clinicien et co-propriétaire des cliniques Physio Interactive et Cortex. Il est professeur de clinique depuis 2007, chargé d’enseignement en médecine à l’Université Laval depuis 2010 et enseignant en thérapie manuelle depuis 2003. M. Langevin a obtenu, en 2011 et en 2012, deux bourses de recherche comme chercheur principal et comme co-chercheur pour des projets de recherche cliniques en physiothérapie. Il est spécialisé dans le raisonnement clinique et le traitement des atteintes vertébrales. Il a d’ailleurs présenté sur ces sujets lors de congrès Québécois et internationaux. Finalement, M. Langevin fait partie du « Cervical Overview Group » au sein duquel il a publié des articles scientifiques récemment, il est réviseur scientifique pour des revues en lien avec son champs d\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\’expertise et est responsable canadien de l’accréditation des professeurs de thérapie manuelle de l’association canadienne de physiothérapie.
Aaron graduated from the physiotherapy program at the University of Western Ontario in 1997. He completed his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2004. He has also completed his certification with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.
He is currently working in private practice in Collingwood, Ontario. In his spare time, he enjoys working out, playing tennis, golfing, and fishing.
Allison graduated with her MSc Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta in 2009 and her BSc Kinesiology(Hon) from the University of Waterloo in 2005.Â Most recently she completed her MClSc Physical Therapy (Manip) at Western University in July 2017. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). Allison is also certified in acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. She has also completed training in various soft tissue techniques. Along with these designations, her passion lies in working with athletes from all aspects of life ranging from youth to the elite performance. She focuses on injury prevention, keeping athletes in sports, sport performance, ACL(knee) rehabilitation and chronic ankle instability. She has had the privilege to participate various trainings focusing on injury prevention programming and sport performance dryland training which facilitates her passion working with numerous sports teams and individual athletes, young and old.
Sarah cares about getting to the root cause of your issues so that you can move well and be well for years to come. After years of working in downtown Toronto, she has moved back to Waterloo County and set up her own practice there called Root Physiotherapy, in Uptown Waterloo.
Sarah completed her MScPT at the University of Toronto and completed her advanced training, an MClScMT at Western University to become an FCAMPT in 2015.
When Sarah isn’t working, you can find her doing yoga (she is also a Yoga Instructor), spending time outdoors, or connecting with family and friends.