Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy’s goal is to assess, treat, and manage pain, injuries, movement dysfunction and chronic conditions.  We work autonomously and collaboratively alongside physicians and health care teams.  Physiotherapy also includes education and treatments aimed at health promotion, and disease and injury prevention.

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If you can’t make it to the clinic for any reason, sessions can be done virtually!

Services Provided

Active Rehab

Whether you need to return back to work or play, Active Rehabilitation is perfect for those who require exercise or work conditioning.  The first session will include a through assessment to establish what the goals will be and an individualized training program will be formulated.  Reassessments by the therapist always occur on an ongoing basis.

This can be an ICBC approved service.

SFMA

The Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) is your total body movement diagnostic system.  The assessment will provide an efficient method for systematically finding the cause of the patient’s pain, not just the source. It is a repeatable diagnostic metric.

Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)

Intramuscular Stimulation is a total system for the diagnosis and treatment of myofascial pain syndromes (chronic pain conditions that occur in the musculoskeletal system when there is no obvious sign of injury or inflammation).  We offer both functional dry needling (FDN), anatomical acupuncture, and Chan Gunn IMS (CGIMS)

Treatment Specialties

Concussion Care

A concussion is a brain injury caused by acceleration or deceleration of the brain within the skull following a significant impact to the head or elsewhere on the body. The impact causes a biochemical imbalance within the brain cells, resulting in decreased blood flow and temporary energy deficits within the brain.

Symptoms may include loss of consciousness, headache, pressure in the head, neck pain, nausea or vomiting, dizziness, or balance problems, among others.

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy

Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT) is a specialized area of physiotherapy (or occupational therapy) that assesses, treats, and manage vestibular disorder.

Symptoms may include dizziness, vertigo, BPPV, vision dysfunction, and/or balance.

Common Questions

This will depend on the service you are looking for.  Most sessions will start with an initial assessment where the therapist will look at the nature of your pain or injury through detailed questioning and physical examination.  On subsequent visits, your physiotherapist will carry out the treatment plan that was best determined by your initial visit.

Sessions can range from 30 minutes to 60 minutes. Revere Physiotherapy prides itself on quality one-on-one sessions.

Yes!  We take WSBC, ICBC, and most third party insurers.  If you are unsure, please feel free to contact us to double-check.

This will be determined after your initial session with your therapist.  This can range from twice a week to once a month.  The sessions are often more frequent in the acute stages.

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The cost of therapy ranges from $90 to $130 depending on the length and type of the session.  Feel free to look at our online booking site for the rates.

Finding the right therapist can often be a difficult task.  Take a look at our therapist biographies and see if there’s one that would best serve your needs.  If there is a particular service you require, feel free to inquire who would be the best for your particular issue.

If for any reason, you wish to switch therapists mid-way.  Let us know and we are always happy to help.

The number of sessions required will often depend on the severity and type of injury.  This is something that can be addressed during your session with your therapist.

We are located on 4979 Duchess Street in Vancouver, BC. 

This is close to the Church’s Chicken or Beefway Meats on Kingsway and 33rd/Slocan.  If you need help finding us, feel free to give us a call.