Prior to receiving his Masters in Science of Physical Therapy from U of A, Blake has also completed his BSC from the University of Victoria. Keen on vestibular therapy, manual treatment and exercise prescription, Blake takes a hands-on approach – his gears grind at passive methods!
Aiming to identify what it is that is limiting his patients, whether that be walking or returning to sport, Blake believes that a tailored plan and manual therapy are absolutely key to producing meaningful results. This means checking in with them regularly and being focused on connecting with the patient beyond their injury.
A Masters of Physical Therapy Graduate at the University of British Columbia, Kevin’s approach to physio is simple: he values manual and exercise-based therapy.
Promoting an active technique, Kevin wants you, the client, to be involved with recovery – that could be something as easy as asking for your input during treatment or teaching you the steps and skills required to further self-care. Kevin believes that empowering patients is key and considers a personal connection with his clients to be one of the best parts of the job.
Robbie de Fleuriot
Owner / Physiotherapist
Robbie, a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy graduate from the University of Alberta, utilizes a number of approaches in his practice to meet his clients' individual needs. These approaches include manual therapy, exercise prescription, functional dry needling (IMS) and other therapeutic modalities. Robbie is hands on and works at empowering his clients to take an active approach to their treatment and ongoing health and believes in taking a holistic approach to one’s rehabilitation.
Personable, genuine care is key for Robbie as his favourite part of his practice is getting to know each of his clients on a personal basis.
Louise de Fleuriot
Bookkeeper / Admin
Laura de Fleuriot