Did you know that Physiotherapists are "direct access practitioners"? This means that you do not need a doctor's referral in order to receive treatment.
Some people are surprised to learn that Physiotherapists can also treat issues such as jaw pain, pelvic pain, dizziness, concussions, and numbness.
Frequently asked questions
Is Physiotherapy covered by Insurance?
Yes. Most extended health plans offer coverage for Physiotherapy services. Each company offers different amounts. Some plans have a maximum amount per year, and some plans are unlimited.
Do you accept WorkSafeBC or ICBC/Car Accident Claims?
I do accept valid ICBC claims. On your first appointment you will need to have your healthcare card and your valid claim number.
What is Dry Needling?
Dry Needling is a form of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS). Using acupuncture-like needles, the therapist will place the needle into muscles that have tight bands or "trigger points."
What Forms of Payment do you Accept?
I accept VISA, mastercard, cash, and e-transfer. I also offer direct billing to your insurance if applicable.
Is Telerehab Covered by Insurance?
Yes, the following Extended Health plans have agreed to fund Telehealth services by Physiotherapists: