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Our February-June 2023 schedule is NOW OPEN! Be sure to book ahead with your therapist(s) for access to your ideal appointment times.
DESIREE GODDARD is returning to the clinic from her maternity leave on MARCH 13. We are very excited to have her back!
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Our team of physiotherapists are happy to see you in-clinic or online for appointments!
If you are booking an in-clinic appointment please remember your mask and if you are nervous or unable to come see us in person, consider booking an online physiotherapy appointment. Our goals in our online appointments are still centered around delivering exceptional, one-to-one, patient centered care that gets you back to doing what you want to do. Please call us if you have any questions regarding booking an online appointment!
Danielle Belcourt BSc, MPT
Danielle obtained her Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of British Columbia. Prior to that, she completed her Bachelor of Science (Major in Biology and Minor in Kinesiology) at the University of the Fraser Valley (UFV). Before starting the MPT program, Danielle worked for just under two years as a Kinesiologist in a private neurological clinic. She is now really excited to bring her knowledge from her Masters, and her love of staying active into the private musculoskeletal/orthopaedic side of physiotherapy!
Over the years, Danielle has enjoyed her time spent in dance (including ballet, jazz, and hip hop), volleyball, basketball and more recently in attending spin classes and going to the gym! Being a part of sports while in high school and then while completing her Masters has allowed her to understand the determination, and resiliency required of athletes or of those who just love staying active in their spare time. Growing up in the Fraser Valley, Danielle has also always loved spending time outdoors, including kayaking, hiking, completing Tough Mudder events and traveling. This experience, on top of her education/certifications, will help her to bring evidence-based treatment and unique rehabilitation to each of her clients. She also strongly believes in a hands-on/manual therapy and exercise approach to physiotherapy, and she loves sharing knowledge through client education. Danielle looks forward to meeting you in the clinic, and helping you reach mutual goals!
Danielle obtained her Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of British Columbia. P... Read More
Andrea Burley BScKin, MScPT
Andrea completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Queen’s University and her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto. She has also completed the Acupuncture Canada Dry Needling Program Certificate (ACCDN) and is fully certified in dry needling. She currently competes as an elite level mountain biker, racing both provincially and nationally. She grew up in Ontario participating in a variety of competitive sports including hockey, soccer, cross country running, speed skating, and motocross. With a broad spectrum of sport knowledge and training background she will determine the best individual approach to get you back into the game or back to your usual daily activity.
Andrea uses a hands-on approach utilizing manual therapy in conjunction with exercise prescription tailored to an individual’s needs. Whether it is a longstanding pain or a recent injury, Andrea will provide the help you need to regain your strength and mobility to meet or exceed your recovery or fitness goals.
Away from the clinic, Andrea is a competitive cyclist and trail runner. She enjoys spending time in the mountains hiking, running, biking and skiing.
Andrea completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Queen’s University and her Master of S... Read More
Desiree Goddard BKin, MPT
Desiree received her physiotherapy training in sunny Perth, Australia. She was the team physio for an “Aussie Rules” football team and has worked as a kinesiologist and personal trainer. Desiree later received her Dry Needling (IMS) certification. Her broad fitness and recreation background in running, soccer, hiking, skiing, yoga and gardening help her to understand her patients’ desire to get back to their outdoor pursuits. Desiree’s clinical interests are in manual therapy, sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, and exercise rehabilitation.
Outside the clinic, Desiree enjoys hiking, going to the gym, skiing and spending time with her family.
Languages spoken: English
Desiree received her physiotherapy training in sunny Perth, Australia. She was the team physio fo... Read More
Simmy Kaler BKin, MPT
Simmy grew up in Osoyoos BC; fun fact…. it is in the only desert in Canada! Growing up in a small town meant limited social activities, that’s why she spent most of her time playing either soccer, volleyball or basketball. Being immersed in so many sports meant witnessing her fair share of injuries and the rehab it took to get back into the game. Those experiences lead to her pursuing a career in physiotherapy.
Simmy completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of Fraser Valley and her Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney. Before moving to Australia to do Physiotherapy she worked as a Kinesiologist which provided a foundation in exercise prescription which allows an active approach to rehab. Before moving back to Canada Simmy spent time working in a private practice where she treated patients with sport and joint injuries. She is now able to supplement her background in exercise rehab with clinical experience in manual techniques for soft tissue release aimed at acute and chronic injuries.
She believes that a combination of manual therapy and active rehab (exercises!) provides patients with optimal recovery.
In her spare time you can find Simmy on long walks, going for runs or fitting in a quick workout at the gym.
Languages spoken: English, Punjabi
Simmy grew up in Osoyoos BC; fun fact…. it is in the only desert in Canada! Growing up in a small... Read More
Waleed Malik BKin, MScPT
Walee obtained his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto after completing his Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia. Walee has now returned back to the west coast as the cool air and picturesque landscape of BC are what makes him feel at home!
Walee was initially brought to the field of physical therapy when he served as the Head Student Athletic Therapist for the UBC Women’s Hockey team for 3 seasons. He had a very successful experience working with elite athletes and getting them back to play as soon as possible. For his exceptional skill set Walee was honored to receive the Carolyn Dobie Smith award at UBC, given to the Trainer of the Year. Walee also worked with the University of Toronto Varsity Blues Women’s Hockey team during his time in Toronto, in alignment with his passion for sports physical therapy.
Throughout his physical therapy journey Walee has also worked with age groups ranging from pediatric to geriatric, as well as neurological and post-op populations. Walee strives to take an individualized approach to each patient by maximizing their strengths and incorporating personal goals. Whether you are a weekend warrior, avid gym go-er, or just enjoy yoga and long walks, Walee believes that everyone has a different vision for what they consider to be an active lifestyle, and he wants to empower his patients to participate in the things they enjoy. Walee prioritizes education, manual therapy and exercise in order to optimize recovery and prevent re-injury.
In his spare time, you will find Walee searching up a new recipe, running, going to the gym, and experimenting with new sports (maybe you can give him a suggestion)!
Languages spoken: English, Hindi, Urdu
Walee obtained his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto after comp... Read More
Riley has a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia, where he established a keen interest in functional anatomy and human motor control. He has always appreciated leading an active lifestyle but it wasn’t until his experience as a Kinesiologist for those with chronic disease he then gained a strong appreciation for utilizing exercise as medicine to promote physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Fueled with a desire to help others realize their functional potential, Riley went on to receive his Master of Science in Physical Therapy from the University of Toronto. He has obtained a wide variety of experience treating people of all ages with an emphasis on sports injuries, pre/post-surgical rehabilitation and neurological disorders.
Riley is certified in Anatomical Neuropathic IMS. This is a type of acupuncture also referred to as “dry needling”. Like all forms of IMS, it is based on the concept of relaxing tight muscles that are limiting a person’s mobility and contributing to their pain. He has also received his certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation, allowing him to effectively treat a patient with vertigo (specifically BPPV).
Riley is passionate in helping you reach your goals, whether it be getting you back to your sport or simply empowering you to move well in order to pursue the activities you love. He delivers a personalized approach through current evidence-based care using a combination of manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and education. He is also committed to continually expanding his skill set through continuing education to ensure you receive the best outcome possible.
Away from the clinic, Riley enjoys catching a session of drop-in sports, going to the gym, skiing the local mountains, running with his dog and simply enjoying the outdoors with family and friends.
Riley has a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia, where he established... Read More
Matt Redekopp BHK, MPT
Matt completed his Masters in Physical Therapy from UBC after receiving a Bachelor of Human Kinetics from UBC Okanagan. He has since received his certification in Dry Needling (IMS). He pursued a career in physiotherapy after broadening his experiences in Australia, where he developed his skills in strength and conditioning coaching and rehabilitation techniques.
Matt has worked in private practice, critical care, neurological rehab, has taught spinal cord injury management in rural India, and presented at the sports medicine conference in Honduras. Matt is committed to providing the best care and support to patients, allowing them to return quickly to the lifestyle and activities that they enjoy most. Matt’s treatment approach is guided by current research and integrates hands-on manual therapy, exercise prescription, and client education to help his clients achieve their goals.
Matt has a passion for the outdoors and loves to adventure with his family and friends while hiking, mountain biking, running, and skiing. Matt has grown up competing and coaching in high-level soccer and track & field, and has his sports first responder certification to care for athletes in these pursuits. Matt continues to enjoy working with local athletes & teams, as well as supporting community events here in the lower mainland.
Matt believes that a strong, balanced body allows one to enjoy all aspects of sport and an active life!
Languages spoken: English
Matt completed his Masters in Physical Therapy from UBC after receiving a Bachelor of Human Kinet... Read More
BHK, BScPT, M of Manual Therapy, Cert. Gunn IMS
Dan completed an exercise science degree prior to moving to Australia to complete his Physiotherapy (2001) and Master of Manual Therapy (2004) degrees. He later received his certification in IMS (intra muscular stimulation/dry needling). He wants to assist you in getting back up to speed as soon as possible, so you can get out and enjoy the outdoors. He enjoys working with elite and recreational athletes that like to push the boundaries of what they thought was possible and with non-athletes that want to improve their quality of life by moving and feeling better.
Away from the clinic, Dan is a competitive long distance runner (trail and marathon), cyclist and triathlete. He enjoys skiing and hiking with his friends and family. He spends a lot of time with his two youngl children and enjoys watching them develop a love for sports and the outdoors.
Dan completed an exercise science degree prior to moving to Australia to complete his Physiothera... Read More
Guido Wisotzki BSc.PT, FCAMPT, CAFCI
Guido has a specialty certification in manual therapy, is certified in IMS (intra muscular stimulation/dry needling), medical acupuncture, balance/vertigo treatment and running injury management. He treats people of all ages and abilities, in all aspects of sports injuries and pain. His special interest is rehabilitation before and after surgeries such as knee/hip replacements, ACL reconstructions and rotator cuff repairs.
Guido combines his in-depth knowledge of how the body works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to help you change the way you use your body by creating awareness of faulty movement patterns that may be overloading structures and creating pain. He can help you regain function and ignite your performance.
He is the proud dad to 2 daughters in competitive basketball (NCAA Div II at SFU).
Languages spoken: English, German
Guido has a specialty certification in manual therapy, is certified in IMS (intra muscular stimul... Read More
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