YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD BODY SPECIALISTS
Don’t let your pain control your life. Whether you are suffering from pain due to a sports injury, your cancer diagnosis, or simply from getting older, our physiotherapists can help provide you with effective treatment. Painful neck, tight muscles, sore joints: South Delta Physiotherapy Clinic’s team of professionals wants to help you move with ease and live pain-free.
At our clinic in Delta, we offer physio services so you can regain mobility to your joints and muscles. Whether you are coming from a referral or on your own, our registered physiotherapists will help deliver the best possible course of treatment for your needs.
Quality Care You Can Trust
Serving the South Delta Community for over 30 years
Mission: to deliver effective and worthwhile treatments using evidence-based practice options.
We strive to give our clients complete and full service with our attentive care. We focus on giving one-on-one attention to every client with longer appointment times so you can get better at your own speed. Our friendly physiotherapists will only recommend treatment for as long as you need it so you can feel comfortable knowing you are receiving honest advice. Click here to schedule your appointment. Let us provide you with the personalized care you deserve. For a quick rehabilitation, whether you’re recovering from an accident or dealing with the onset of arthritis, consult our team of caring, skillful and experienced therapists for safe and effective healthcare — even without a referral from your family medical doctor.
A TEAM YOU CAN TRUST
OVER 30 YEARS OF SERVICE
With a diverse group of dedicated staff, our registered therapists are here to help you with your pain management
GET TO KNOW US
Our Team of Qualified Health Care Providers
Functional Dry Needling
Physiotherapist / Owner
Home Visit Physio
Our fees reflect the length of a scheduled appointment. Typically, Assessments are scheduled for 45 mins and Follow-up appointments are scheduled for 30 mins. Specialty appointments including some assessments may be scheduled for 60 mins.
30 Mins - Follow-up Appointments
45 Mins - Assements and extended follow-up appointments
60 Mins - Specialty and Assessments
30 Min $90
45 Min $125
60 Min $160
MSP User Fee $45
SENIOR RATES (65+)
30 Min $80
45 Min $110
60 Min $140
MSP User Fee $45
Direct Billing to ICBC
As of April 1, 2019
there are no ICBC
patient user Fees
Vestibular Rehab Assessment $160
Vestibular Rehab Follow-up (45 mins) $125
Vestibular Rehab Follow-up (30 mins) $90
REGISTERED MASSAGE THERAPY
1 Hour $125.00 (incl gst)
We offer direct billing for the following insurance companies:
Pacific Blue Cross, Canada Life, Manulife, Sun Life Financial, Claimsecure, Desjardins, iA Financial Group, Johnson, Johnston Group, Chamber of Commerce Group Insurance, CINUP, Cowan, First Canadian, Group Health, Group Source, Maximum Benefit and more!
(cash is not accepted at this time)
During this time, we are offering the option of remote physiotherapy. While “hands-on” treatment is an important part of physiotherapy care, remote assessment, education, exercise instruction and home treatment choices will be an effective option for clients as we move through this extraordinary situation. We are working to make this available to appropriate clients. If you are interested in setting up an appointment or would like like to learn more, email firstname.lastname@example.org
IN CLINIC TREATMENTS
Starting May 20, 2020
As of May 20th, we are starting to offer in clinic physiotherapy appointments. Please call the clinic 604-943-3518 to book an appointment. We have made numerous changes to ensure that physiotherapy services are being offered in a safe, effective manner. Your therapist may offer you a follow-up appointment via telehealth (virtual physiotherapy) in some circumstances if that is deemed to be the most appropriate treatment.
Monday 8 am - 6 pm
Tuesday 8 am - 7 pm
Wednesday 8 am - 7 pm
Thursday 8 am - 6 pm
Friday 8 am - 6 pm
Vanessa graduated from McGill University in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. For nearly 20 years Vanessa has worked in various orthopaedic and sports injury clinics in Ontario and British Columbia. Vanessa has also worked on an interdisciplinary chronic pain program and volunteered as a physiotherapist in Kenya for 4 years and Egypt for 3 years.
Vanessa believes staying active during recovery of all types of injuries is key. Her goal is to optimize rehabilitation for her patients and to provide them with a foundation for injury prevention. With a focus on client education, Vanessa uses a combination of manual therapy, acupuncture, soft tissue techniques, yoga and taping in her treatment plan. With the client, Vanessa develops patient specific exercises to address muscle imbalances and motor pattern dysfunction with the goal of maximizing function and mobility.
Vanessa has always been an active member of the physiotherapy community and is committed to her profession and life-long learning. She has served as Chair of the National Capital Unit Orthopaedic Division and has attended numerous national and international physiotherapy conferences. She believes communicating with physiotherapists, personal trainers and other health care professionals from a variety of practice settings and countries allows for a more well-rounded approach to treatment.
Vanessa has taken a variety of postgraduate training to give her a multitude of ideas to draw from when assessing and treating clients:
- She has been practicing acupuncture since 2001 and successfully completed the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute’s (AFCI) certification exams in 2006.
- In manual therapy she has successfully completed her Level 3 upper and lower quadrant courses and exams.
- She has taken specialized courses in Kinetic Control and Dynamic Stablization of the Cervical and Lumbar spine, Myofascial Release of the Thoracic and Pelvic Outlet, Sahrman Movement Impairment and Muscle Imbalance and Kinesiotaping.
- Also, after practicing yoga herself for over 20 years and successfully incorporating yoga type exercises into her patient’s rehab programs she has recently become certified as a yoga instructor and has been teaching small group yoga classes as well as designing one on one yoga programs for clients with a variety of needs.
In her spare time, Vanessa enjoys yoga, walking her dog and travelling with her husband and three children. She is also involved with helping out with any injuries that arise on her two son’s competitive basketball teams and keeping up with her very active little girl.
Vanessa is very excited to join the South Delta Physiotherapy team.
Orthopaedics Division Level 1 Manual Therapy
Geoff attended TWU, completing a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology followed by a Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. In addition, He holds a Level 1 Orthopaedic Manual Therapy certification.
As a lifelong South Delta resident, Geoff has grown up appreciating the community of Ladner and Tsawwassen. Outside of physio he enjoys many of the activities the lower mainland offers including skiing, hiking, but most of all cycling; Both on and off road. Geoff's passion for outdoor sports and activities informs his practice with a focus on keeping his clients active and enjoying the things they love to do.
Geoff enjoys treating injuries and conditions at any age and stage. He uses an individualized approach with a mixture of hands-on interventions, specific exercise, and education to help achieve each client’s unique goals and help them take charge of their recovery.
Justin has always had a passion for the sciences and has always strived to pursue knowledge and understanding in all he does.
After suffering a whiplash injury in 2017, he sought care through massage therapy and chiropractic work. It was after seeing the care others put into him through manual therapy that he decided that he wanted something different than Chemical Engineering and decided to change paths into Massage Therapy. He quickly fell in love with all aspects of the profession and was excited to give back in a more meaningful way than he did before as others had done with him.
Justin grew up in Richmond and currently lives in Ladner with his wife, 2 children, and dog. He enjoys staying active in as many ways as he can including cycling, hiking, and pickle ball.
Justin has practice using a pain-science and movement therapy approach to patient care. He practices using Swedish relaxation techniques, myofascial release, and trigger point work — combined with an emphasis on home-care and hydrotherapy to ensure his patients live as pain-free as possible.