At Hayer Health in South Vancouver, our physiotherapy team uses advanced and evidence-based knowledge of rehabilitation sciences, anatomy, kinesiology and physiology. We expertly assess and treat pain, injuries, movement dysfunction, and chronic conditions.

The goal of our expert physiotherapists at Hayer Health is to empower, encourage independence and improve the quality of life for our clients. Whether you’re recovering from a sports injury or managing long term conditions, our team of experienced physiotherapists aims to address the root cause.

Our personalized, one-on-one rehabilitation approach to physiotherapy is tailored to meet your specific needs and goals, ensuring a successful recovery journey right here in Vancouver.

What to expect during your initial physiotherapy appointment at Hayer Health:

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Treatment may include but is not limited to:

• Manual Therapy – soft tissue release, joint mobilizations and craniosacral techniques
• Exercise Prescription
• Movement Analysis and Optimization (SFMA, FMS)
• Dry Needling (Intramuscular stimulation- IMS, Acupuncture)
• Modalities (IFC, Laser, Ultrasound, Cupping)
• Shockwave Therapy

Hayer Health Physiotherapy Assessment

Our physiotherapists bring years of experience treating a number of different injuries and conditions such as:

• Vestibular Rehabilitation
• Neurological Rehabilitation
• Sports Rehabilitation – Strains and sprains
• ACL Tear (Knee Sprain)
• Workplace injuries (Worksafe BC)
• Motor vehicle related injuries (ICBC)

• Concussions
• Osteoarthritis
• Post surgical – hip replacement, knee replacement
• Frozen shoulder
• Tennis / Golfer’s Elbow
• Lower back pain

• Sciatica
• Iliotibial Band Syndrome (IT Band)
• Plantar Fasciitis
• Achilles Tendinopathy
• Shin Splints (Tibial Stress Syndrome)

Our Physiotherapists