Our Doors Are Reopening

We are so happy to announce we will be able to reopen our doors on Tuesday, May 19. We all understand a large part of physiotherapy treatment is the ability use our hands to help people and our physiotherapists are excited to be able to return to this.

Our primary goal is to keep you healthy and safe. Saying that, things will be a little different when you return for in house treatments. You will be required to answer a few simple screening questions when you book your appointment and when you come to our front door. We will also take your temperature and sanitize your hands. We have removed our waiting room for the time being so please be prompt, but not too early. Our staff will look a little different than before, but know we are still smiling under the masks.

We look forward to helping you with any difficulties you have been having over the past couple of months. If you have any questions or concerns, please give us a call at 250 545-2335 or email at [email protected]

Stay healthy and stay safe. 

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Our highly trained physiotherapists are here to help you achieve all of your health and rehabilitation goals. 

We provide services to private individuals, those partially covered by Medical Services of BC, Veteran Affairs, Worksafe BC and Insurance Corporation of B.C. (ICBC). We have been operating in Vernon, British Columbia since 2001. In 2009 we moved into our new location that features private treatment rooms and a full gym to better serve our clients.

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