Back in Motion Physiotherapy – Vancouver
#208 – 333 East Broadway
Vancouver BC, V5T 1W5
Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Mark Hynes, Physiotherapist, BSc. PT
Mark completed his training in physiotherapy at The National University of Ireland, Dublin in 2007. Mark has post graduate experience treating neurological conditions such as concussion, stroke and spinal cord injury as well as orthopaedic and sports physiotherapy experience working, both in the clinic, and on the pitch with professional and amateur athletes. Mark is also interested in vertigo, dizziness and imbalance and attained Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation from the Emory University School of Medicine. Mark passes his free time exploring his new home of British Columbia and has adopted snowboarding and mountain biking as part of his active lifestyle.
Jessica Edwards, Physiotherapist, B.H Kin., MPT
Graduating from the UBC’s Masters of Physical Therapy (MPT) program, Jessica has developed proficiency in hands-on physiotherapy skills, which she has combined with her expertise in exercise and fitness gained through her Bachelor’s of Human Kinetics degree (UBC). Through her MPT degree, she has been involved in physiotherapy research, and has become familiar with the current scientific evidence in the field. Jessica’s commitment to physiotherapy stems from her long-standing participation in Athletics. She competed for 10 years as a track and field athlete, and has represented BC, UBC, and Canada. Currently her athletic interests lie in weightlifting and Crossfit. Jessica’s wide-range of athletic experiences has instilled in her the importance of client-centered care and working with clients toward their individual goals.
Jennifer Yau, Physiotherapist, BSc. PT (Hons)
Jennifer graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Birmingham, UK in 2012. Canada’s beautiful scenery, friendly people, and vast array of outdoor activities compelled her to return to her hometown – Vancouver. Jennifer is driven by her passion for health and fitness, and the role this can play in injury prevention and improving quality of life. She focuses on developing safe, functional, and effective active rehabilitation programs so that individuals can return to work, sport, and activity. Jennifer is a certified Complete Concussion Management Clinician, and has a special interest in treating concussion injuries. Jennifer is fluent in English, Cantonese, and basic Mandarin. In her spare time, she enjoys playing basketball, tennis, snowboarding, and hiking.
Jess Cheng, Physiotherapist, MPT, B.Sc.
Jessica was first drawn to a career in Physical Therapy through her fascination and interest in the human anatomy. She completed her Masters of Physical Therapy after obtaining her Bachelors of Science degree in Biology at the University of British Columbia. Her past experiences of working through her own injuries coupled with her extensive academic training allow her to provide patients with the most comprehensive care. She believes in the strong connection between the mind and body, and approaches each of her tailored treatment plans with a holistic view. Jessica has experience with pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation, motor vehicle and work related injuries, and a variety of sports related injuries. Her treatment philosophy is to work with her patients as a team to rehabilitate them back to living an independent and fulfilling life. Jessica integrates a combination of techniques into her treatments, including, but not limited to, manual therapy, exercise prescription, taping, and patient education. Jessica is committed to continuing her postgraduate education and is currently working toward a Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy. She has also completed a variety of post-graduate courses: K-taping Pro (K-Taping Academy of Canada), Soft Tissue Release, Level 2 Lower Quadrant (Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy), Mulligan Concept Upper Quadrant, and Rediscovering Anatomy (Discover the Body). Outside of the clinic, Jessica enjoys running, snowboarding, practicing yoga, strength training in the gym, and playing tennis. Jessica is functionally bilingual in English and Cantonese.
Adam Morrison, Physiotherapist, B.Sc., M.PT
Adam completed his degree in Biology and Master’s in Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. Following that, he completed further training in concussion rehabilitation & prevention, mobilization through movement, treatment of referred neck pain, vestibular rehab, and orthopedic manual therapy. His approach to treatment includes a mixture of manual therapy, soft tissue techniques and movement retraining, coupled with a custom exercise prescription. He works with clients to create treatment plans in line with their goals, and provides education to help them take charge of their rehabilitation. When not working, Adam can be found running, hiking, skiing, kayaking, and biking around beautiful British Columbia.
Sarah Edmilao, Kinesiologist
Sarah Edmilao attended the University of British Columbia for a minor in Psychology and major in Human Kinetics (Interdisciplinary Studies). As a practicing member of the BC Association of Kinesiologists, Sarah has worked in the clinical setting facilitating Occupational Rehabilitation programs, post-MVA Active Rehabiltation programs, hydrotherapy, and sport injury rehabilitation. She has gained vast experience as a BCRPA Personal Trainer implementing in-home, in-office or gym personal fitness training programs both privately and for mobile-training companies, recreation facilities and Fitness Centers. When Sarah isn’t at Back in Motion facilitating the Custom Active Rehabilitation program, she is usually hiking the North Shore mountains with her dog and cat, ripping down the slopes on her snowboard or out on a run.
Eunice Lu, Kinesiologist, B. KIN
Eunice Lu graduated from the University of British Columbia with a major in Kinesiology- Health Science in 2014. In her undergraduate years, she has worked on implementing rehabilitation programs for clients with physical disabilities to help them maintain active and healthy lifestyles. She has also worked on educating patients various exercises for strengthening and stretching to enhance their recovery from post-MVA and work injuries at a physiotherapy clinic before joining Back in Motion. Eunice is fluent in English and Mandarin/Taiwanese. She likes to bike, hike, watch hockey, and explore new restaurants in her spare time.
Kenneth Moy, Student Kinesiologist, BCRPA PT
Tariq Dossa, Registered Massage Therapist, BSc.(Kin), RMT, CSCS
Tariq graduated from the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy with honours and also holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. Tariq is certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (NSCA) and is also Level 1 & 2 Functional Movement Screen (FMS) certified. Tariq has had the privilege of working with individuals ranging from the weekend warrior to the world championship caliber athlete. He has also had the opportunity to assist those involved in motor vehicle accidents through their soft tissue injury recovery by implementing active rehabilitation programs. As a registered massage therapist, Tariq is passionate about treating musculoskeletal injuries such as those sustained through fitness and sport pursuits, as well overuse injuries incurred through the rigours of everyday life. Tariq’s approach to massage therapy implements a wide variety of manual techniques, corrective exercise and education. Tariq’s goal is to prevent injury, restore balance and enhance function so that you are able to enjoy your daily pursuits pain-free and to the fullest.
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