SEA TO SKY PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICES

Sea to Sky Sports Physio

Sea to Sky Sports Physio combines an unique team of therapists that offer a variety of different approaches including Manual therapy, IMS and Acupuncture, RedCord Neurac Training, Concussion Management and Vestibular Rehabilitation, Neurological Physiotherapy, CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning) and FMS / SFMA Testing and Exercise Prescription. We are a wheelchair accessible clinic, located in the second floor of the Kindree Medical Clinic in the front of the building.

Manual & Manipulative Physiotherapy

Manual Therapy is a hands on approach to addressing pain and immobility by releasing tight muscles, restricted joints, and scar tissue in order to reduce pain and inflammation and improving mobility and function. It is used to treat headaches, neck and shoulder pain, low back pain, pelvic dysfunction, hip knee foot and ankle pain and arthritis.

THERAPIST: 

CANDACE MCCURDY PHYSIOTHERAPISTCANDACE MCCURDY

KARINA STEINBERGKARINA STEINBERG

LAURIE BLOCK PHYSIOTHERAPISTLAURIE BLOCK

Maggie Phillips-Scarlett PhysiotherapistMAGGIE PHILLIPS-SCARLETT

Pat McKinnon Orthopaedic physiotherapistPATRICK MCKINNON

Kristyn Harrington - neurological physiotherapistKRISTYN HARRINGTON

Karen Newby PhysiotherapistKAREN NEWBY

IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) & Acupuncture

Acupuncture and Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) are therapeutic needling techniques that use very fine sterilized needles to penetrate the body to help reduce pain, swelling, tight muscles, compressed nerve roots and muscle imbalances. Acupuncture inserts needles into specific points along meridian pathways which have been defined by traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). IMS is a system for diagnosis and treating chronic pain syndromes that result from musculoskeletal dysfunction.

THERAPIST: 

CANDACE MCCURDY PHYSIOTHERAPISTCANDACE MCCURDY

KARINA STEINBERGKARINA STEINBERG

LAURIE BLOCK PHYSIOTHERAPISTLAURIE BLOCK

Maggie Phillips-Scarlett PhysiotherapistMAGGIE PHILLIPS-SCARLETT

Pat McKinnon Orthopaedic physiotherapistPATRICK MCKINNON

Karen Newby PhysiotherapistKAREN NEWBY

Concussion Management and Vestibular Rehabilitation

Get help with new or on-going concussion symptoms, minimize your risk of more severe injury or persistent symptoms, and prepare for high-risk activities with baseline testing. Vestibular therapy is a proven treatment for dizziness and balance problems. There are many conditions that can contribute to dizziness and balance disorders, our assessment helps to determine the roots of its cause.

THERAPIST: 

KARINA STEINBERGKARINA STEINBERG

Kristyn Harrington - neurological physiotherapistKRISTYN HARRINGTON

Neurological Physiotherapy

Neurological physiotherapy uses a holistic, individualized, problem-solving approach to improve postural control, efficiency and quality of movement, task performance, and participation in meaningful life activities for individuals with neurological impairments (example: stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, and more). The framework for assessment and treatment is based on Neuro-Development Treatment, Bobath, and large amplitude movement training concepts, among others. Treatment techniques may include, but are not limited to, therapeutic handling, postural retraining, muscle activation and strengthening through selective exercises, sensory awareness training, balance training, and specific movement or task training such as gait training.

THERAPIST: 

Kristyn Harrington - neurological physiotherapistKRISTYN HARRINGTON

RedCord Neurac Training

RedCord Neurac is a unique system of ropes and bungees which allows for identification of compensation patterns and “weak links”. It restores impaired or altered neuromuscular co-ordination patterns and often provides immediate pain relief and improved physical function. It coordinates activation of stabilizer muscles and larger power muscles and is used for performance enhancement, injury prevention and pain reduction.

THERAPIST: 

CANDACE MCCURDY PHYSIOTHERAPISTCANDACE MCCURDY

Exercise Physiologist

A CSEP-CEP performs assessments, prescribes conditioning exercise, as well as exercise supervision, counseling and healthy lifestyle education in apparently healthy individuals and/or populations with medical conditions, functional limitations or disabilities associated with musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, metabolic, neuromuscular, and ageing conditions.

THERAPIST: 

Maggie Phillips-Scarlett PhysiotherapistMAGGIE PHILLIPS-SCARLETT

CSCS (Certified Strength & Conditioning) and FMS / SFMA Testing

Functional Movement Screen (FMS) & Selected Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) screens allow the therapist to identify strengths & weakness, as well as mobile or unstable areas within the body. After this analysis, one can learn to move with better biomechanics and efficiencies, while avoiding injury and performing at one’s potential. The Strength and Conditioning program is individualized according to your needs; helping you meet your goals, for sport, recreation, or general health.

THERAPIST: 

Maggie Phillips-Scarlett PhysiotherapistMAGGIE PHILLIPS-SCARLETT

Return to Sport Testing

A battery of functional tests designed to help determine your return to play status… whether a work or play situation, it is always valuable to know if your injury has regained its 100% functional status. This battery of tests is designed to help determine that. The results can help guide you back to play or work as well as highlight any weaknesses that need to be addressed.

THERAPIST: 

LAURIE BLOCK PHYSIOTHERAPISTLAURIE BLOCK

Maggie Phillips-Scarlett PhysiotherapistMAGGIE PHILLIPS-SCARLETT

Works with Sport Teams

In 2005, Maggie began working with Canada’s Paralympic Ski Team as the Physiotherapist and the Strength and Conditioning Coach. Recently she began working with the Canadian Halfpipe Ski Team as a local Strength and Conditioning Coach and Physiotherapist. Laurie currently works and travels with the Canadian Snowboard Team and previously with the Canadian Freestyle Ski Team.

THERAPIST: 

LAURIE BLOCK PHYSIOTHERAPISTLAURIE BLOCK

Maggie Phillips-Scarlett PhysiotherapistMAGGIE PHILLIPS-SCARLETT

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Sea to Sky Sports Physio
Sea to Sky Sports Physio clinic is located on Cleveland Avenue in downtown Squamish, only 45 minutes south from Whistler and 45 minutes from North Vancouver. For more information or to book appointments, please view our online schedule or contact us using the information below.

PHONE:  (604) 898-3666

FAX:  1-888-357-2564

EMAIL:  seatoskysportsphysio@gmail.com

ADDRESS:
201-37979 Cleveland Ave. PO Box 1486
Squamish BC V8B 0B1

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