In order to gain access to the clinic, please use the intercom system to the left of the front doors.

Due to the nature of our work and close proximity to one another during treatments, our staff will continue to wear medical grade masks and we recommend clients wear them as well. Reformotiv staff will continue with our routine cleaning and sanitization of treatment rooms and high-touch surfaces. If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you call to reschedule your appointment or change your appointment to a virtual session to help us maintain the health and well-being of all clients and staff. 

We appreciate your understanding and will continue to re-evaluate our COVID policy as the situation evolves.

Please call the clinic at 604-684-5826 if you have any questions. 

We look forward to seeing you!

Please be advised that all services increased in price effective May 1, 2022

Telehealth Physiotherapy

This online video call platform is an effective and supportive way that you can connect to your Physiotherapist and achieve your rehab goals. The ability of our Physiotherapists to see you move inside your natural habitat is extremely valuable. These sessions are also a great alternative when in-clinic visits are not available. Expect to receive education, advice on posture/ergonomics/self-care... Read More

This online video call platform is an effective and supportive way that you can connect to your Physiotherapist and achieve your rehab goals. The ability of our Physiotherapists to see you move inside your natural habitat is extremely valuable. These sessions are also a great alternative when in-clinic visits are not available. Expect to receive education, advice on posture/ergonomics/self-care, exercise prescription and a home exercise App, movement and training tips, and more!

NOTE: A Physiotherapy receipt will be provided for each session.


Physiotherapy

Our approach to physiotherapy is holistic as we believe this gives us the best understanding of your unique needs. Whether you are seeing us for exercise prescription, preventative health, after surgery or injury, your assessment will include a look at your entire chain of movement, past medical history, recreational activities, work and lifestyle demands. With these factors in mind, our physio... Read More

Our approach to physiotherapy is holistic as we believe this gives us the best understanding of your unique needs. Whether you are seeing us for exercise prescription, preventative health, after surgery or injury, your assessment will include a look at your entire chain of movement, past medical history, recreational activities, work and lifestyle demands. With these factors in mind, our physiotherapists will help set achievable goals through a personalized treatment plan.
We use hands-on manual techniques and exercises to address movement dysfunctions. Your treatment program will be unique to you, offering the most effective and efficient path to restore your health and physical performance.


Clinical Pilates (Physiotherapy)

We have a private Pilates Studio to accommodate one-on-one sessions offering an effective way to integrate this research-proven method of treatment into traditional Physiotherapy work. NOTE: A Physiotherapy receipt will be provided for each session. Clinical Pilates has been adapted by healthcare professionals from the work of Joseph Pilates to make the exercises more suitable for clients r... Read More

We have a private Pilates Studio to accommodate one-on-one sessions offering an effective way to integrate this research-proven method of treatment into traditional Physiotherapy work. NOTE: A Physiotherapy receipt will be provided for each session.

Clinical Pilates has been adapted by healthcare professionals from the work of Joseph Pilates to make the exercises more suitable for clients rehabilitating from injury or with movement dysfunctions. Our Clinical Pilates sessions are with trained Physiotherapists who design programs specifically for your needs. Your most optimal movement pattern will be explored with emphasis on proper breathing, core and pelvic stability, balance and control. Clinical Pilates is unique in that it allows you to experience a movement therapy with a professional who is able to combine Pilates principles with their sound knowledge of anatomy, rehabilitation and injury prevention.


Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist is experienced in treating all gender identities and ages via an external and/or internal examination as appropriate. We use an integrative approach to optimize the function of your pelvic floor into your entire body. We can treat pelvic pain, incontinence, sexual pain/dysfunction, prolapse, pre/postnatal challenges, and more! Pelvic floor rehabilitation aims t... Read More

Our Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist is experienced in treating all gender identities and ages via an external and/or internal examination as appropriate. We use an integrative approach to optimize the function of your pelvic floor into your entire body. We can treat pelvic pain, incontinence, sexual pain/dysfunction, prolapse, pre/postnatal challenges, and more!
Pelvic floor rehabilitation aims to help clients properly recruit, strengthen, and optimize their pelvic floor through methods such as verbal, manual, and proprioceptive feedback, and customized exercise programs.
A Physiotherapy receipt will be provided.


Client workshops

MSc Physiotherapy 2006, BSc HK

Carrie’s first experience with physiotherapy came at a young age after suffering a series of sport-related knee injuries, requiring both surgery and rehabilitation. Her past experiences combined with her extensive academic training help clients and athletes restore function, minimize re-injury and optimize performance safely, and effectively.

Carrie graduated from McMaster University in 2006 with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy after obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph. She has post-graduate training with the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, obtaining her Certificate of Manual and Manipulative Therapy, and is certified in Chan Gunn IMS (CG*IMS) through the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain (iSTOP). She has completed training through the STOTT Pilates Rehabilitation Program and enjoys incorporating Clinical Pilates exercises and principles as part of her treatments. Carrie’s approach to physiotherapy aims to analyze the client’s whole body strategy, determine the underlying reason for those strategies and restore optimal performance and function using hands-on techniques and focused exercises.

Carrie has a wide range of experience treating weekend warriors and athletes in soccer, lacrosse, triathlon, and cycling. She has also taken further training in Prenatal Pilates to help support moms-to-be in their movements and aid in recovery after birth.

Advanced Certifications:

  • Certificate of Manual and Manipulative Therapy
  • Intramuscular Stimulation (CG*IMS)
  • STOTT Pilates Rehab training - Mat level 1 & 2, Reformer level 1 & 2
  • Prenatal Pilates
  • The Integrated Systems Model series with Diane Lee

MSc Physiotherapy 2006, BSc HK Carrie’s first experience with physiotherapy came at a young age a... Read More

Masters of Physical Therapy 2018, BSc 2006

Sean completed his Master of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia in 2018, and his Bachelor of Science and Business at the University of Waterloo in 2006. Prior to practicing physical therapy, Sean worked as an analytical chemist in the field of nuclear medicine. His analytical background has led him to embrace an evidence-based treatment approach focused on the specific needs of his clients. He uses a combination of manual therapy, movement-rehabilitation, and individualized exercise programs including Clinical Pilates.

Sean is passionate about Clinical Pilates and has learned through his own practice how its focus on body awareness, controlled movement, and motor learning are essential to injury recovery and prevention. Sean is keen to share his knowledge of Clinical Pilates with his clients so they too can experience these positive changes.

In addition to Clinical Pilates, Sean has advanced training in pelvic floor physiotherapy. Sean understands that pelvic floor problems can be both stressful and even embarrassing. To reduce these feelings of stress and embarrassment, Sean addresses pelvic floor problems using a whole person approach in a thoughtful and caring manner. Furthermore, Sean strives to create a space that is sensitive to all gender identities and expressions, sexual orientations, and provides treatment with a trauma-informed lens.

When he’s not at the clinic, Sean enjoys living an active lifestyle through running, cycling, and skiing. He is passionate about developing treatment programs that get his clients moving again!

Advanced Certifications:

  • CPA National Orthopaedic Division Level 1
  • Calibrate Clinical Pilates Training
  • Pelvic Health Solutions: Level 1 - The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence
  • Pelvic Health Solutions: Level 2 - The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Pelvic Pain
  • Pelvic Health Solutions: Level 3A - Biopsychosocial Reframed (applying the biopsychosocial model to assess and treat persistent pain)
  • Advanced training to treat the following pelvic health conditions: incontinence, prolapse, bowel/bladder health, dyspareunia, vulvodynia, persistent pelvic pain
  • ACCDN Certification in Dry Needling

Masters of Physical Therapy 2018, BSc 2006 Sean completed his Master of Physical Therapy at the U... Read More

Larissa is accepting new clients via referral only. All new clients will be seen for a 70 minute initial assessment/treatment at $160. If you don’t need to see Larissa or don’t have a direct referral to her, please call or email our Client Service Team and we will help match you with one of our other amazing therapists to help you reach your goals.

Masters of Physical Therapy 2009, B.Sc 2007

Larissa was exposed to Physiotherapy at a young age and was immediately intrigued by the profession. Through her own injuries, she has developed a deep sense of empathy, compassion, and comprehensive knowledge base that comes from being both a patient and a therapist. Larissa is passionate about the profession and also sees the immense value in being part of a collaborative health care team. Larissa continues to prioritize life-long learning and is currently exploring knowledge in Osteopathic techniques, movement re-patterning, and the Autonomic Nervous System. Larissa is also an instructor trainer with Calibrate Pilates Training and loves to teach and learn from the amazing practitioners looking to add Clinical Pilates to their practices.

Larissa uses her skills to assess and treat the whole person and is very keen on making sure that the patient understands and is part of the treatment process the entire way through.

Larissa was a competitive swimmer for 11 years and loves to work with swimmers to extend their health and performance. She is a new mom and currently enjoys exploring the world through her daughter’s eyes – and keeping up to her! When she has time, Larissa loves to move via yoga, hiking, Kettlebell and weight lifting training, trail running, scuba diving, and has over 17 years of personal Pilates experience.

Advanced Certifications:

  • Medical Acupuncture Provider - AFCI
  • Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (CGIMS)
  • K-taping therapist
  • Manual and Manipulative Therapy (RCAMPT) with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy
  • Shirley Sahrmann Movement Impairment Syndromes
  • Lyn Watson Advanced Shoulder Rehab Level 1 & 2
  • STOTT Pilates Rehab Instructor - Reformer 1 & 2, Cadillac/Barrels/Chair 1 & 2
  • Calibrate Clinical Pilates Instructor and Co-teacher of Calibrate Pilates
  • Anatomy Trains Movement Therapist
  • Visceral Manipulation 1: Abdomen (Barral Institute)

Larissa is accepting new clients via referral only. All new clients will be seen for a 70 minute ... Read More

MPT, BScKin

Taylor is currently unable to take ICBC clients

After graduating with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology from Queen’s University, Taylor returned home to the ocean and mountains to complete her Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC.

Taylor’s interest in physiotherapy began while volunteering in an adaptive gym providing exercise programming for those with mobility impairments and developmental disabilities. It was here she became passionate about empowering people of all abilities through therapeutic exercise and participating in the rehab process.

She enjoys working with a variety of clinical presentations, and has a special interest in pelvic health. Taylor practices with a whole-person approach to ensure every patient feels safe, supported, and an integral part of the collaborative rehabilitation process. She believes in combining hands-on strategies with exercise and education, while fostering self management to support clients through their rehab journey in a way that best meets their goals.

Taylor has a love for outdoor pursuits, and can be found getting outside on 2 skis, 2 wheels, or her own 2 feet. She loves hiking, skiing, running and cycling, and most recently is trying to keep up with her friends at pickleball. Taylor is here to help support you to get back to being active in whatever way moves you.

Advanced Certifications:

  • CPA National Orthopaedic Division Level 1
  • Pelvic Health Solutions: Level 1 – The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence
  • Pelvic Health Solutions: Level 2 – The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Pelvic Pain

MPT, BScKin Taylor is currently unable to take ICBC clients After graduating with a Bachelors of... Read More

Masters of Physical Therapy 2011, BHKin 2009

Melissa is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, where she completed her Master of Physical Therapy in 2011 and Bachelor of Human Kinetics in 2009.

Melissa was exposed to Physiotherapy as a teenager after multiple sport-related ankle injuries, which led to her appreciation for exercise and rehabilitation. While completing her Bachelor’s degree, she volunteered at an adapted aquatics program where she assisted with pool-based exercises for patients in long-term care. It was through this experience that she developed her passion for working with people of all ages and abilities and found fulfillment in being a part of a person’s rehabilitation journey.

Melissa uses a combination of manual therapy, acupuncture, intramuscular stimulation (IMS), and therapeutic exercise to create individualized treatment plans to help her patients achieve their goals and optimum function. She also has additional training to assess and treat those who suffer from common vestibular disorders.

Melissa has a love for volleyball and has played competitively and recreationally since she was a pre-teen. She also has experience in competitive swimming. She enjoys working with various young athletes to assist them to achieve optimal movement and strength to improve their sports performance. As a mother of two young children, she also has a special interest in working with women pre- and post-natal to address any pain, strength, and mobility issues that they may be experiencing. Her other interests include running, Pilates, and yoga, and she has recently begun training for sprint-distance triathlons. Melissa is in the process of acquiring her certification in Clinical Pilates and looks forward to being able to offer this in her practice.

Advanced Certifications:

  • Intramuscular Stimulation (Chan Gunn, CG-IMS)
  • Medical Acupuncture (AFCI)
  • Introductory and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy Level 1 and 2
  • Mulligan Concept Introduction workshop and completion certificate

Masters of Physical Therapy 2011, BHKin 2009 Melissa is a graduate of the University of British ... Read More

Masters of Physical Therapy 2015, BSc Hons

Kendall’s interest in Physiotherapy began when she had a dance related injury growing up. This sparked her interest in human anatomy and movement patterns. Through her own rehab, she developed an understanding of how beneficial patient education and corrective exercise can be.

As a therapist, Kendall believes in a one-on-one treatment approach, with individualized treatment programs tailored to the client. Her therapy style includes a mix of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise, including Pilates. While Kendall enjoys working with all populations, she has a special interest in dancers, gymnasts, and those with increased mobility. Kendall strives to further her practice with continuing education and collaboration with colleagues.

For a number of years, Kendall utilized her Kinesiology training to volunteer with a rugby team as an athletic trainer. Through this, she had the opportunity to develop quick on-field assessment and treatment techniques. In addition, she developed a great appreciation for the importance of injury prevention for athletes.

Kendall’s appreciation for movement began at an early age, and she was a competitive dancer for 15 years. She still enjoys doing jazz, ballet, contemporary and tap. Outside of dance, she enjoys pilates, hiking, scuba diving, travelling and cooking.

Advanced Certifications

  • STOTT PILATES® Rehab Trained Instructor – Mat level 1 & 2, Reformer level 1 & 2
  • CPA National Orthopaedic Division Level 1
  • Advanced Physical Therapy Lower Extremity Certification
  • Advanced Physical Therapy Lumbo-Pelvic Certification
  • Advanced Physical Therapy Cervico-Thoracic Certification
  • Mulligan Lower Extremity Certification -Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD) and Orofacial Pain
  • Introductory and Advanced Vestibular Rehabilitation
  • Concussion Management

Masters of Physical Therapy 2015, BSc Hons Kendall’s interest in Physiotherapy began when she ha... Read More

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