Paige Larson travels with Skate Canada for the 2010 Cup of Russia! Canadian Patrick Chan won a silver medal, Lawrence and Swiegers earned a 5th place finish in pairs and Myriane Samson finished in eight place.Continue Reading →
Our Physiotherapy Team Supports the Community of North Vancouver
“There is no happiness in having or in getting, but only in giving.” Henry Drummond, Canadian poet 1851-1860
Since part of our commitment to the community is giving back, one of our goals is to provide more information to the community about the many ways we benefit North Vancouver in particular and Vancouver in general. We have a fantastic new location at 340 Brooksbank Ave where we are offering a dedicated gym space, sound-shielded massage rooms and a more easily accesible location across from Park and Tilford mall.
Below are some of the recent public events we’ve hosted and athletic achievements of our physiotherapists, staff, patients, and supporters.
Our very own Rosalind Ferry has released the second edition of her book, The Posture Pain Fix. More information about Ros as an author can be found here!
Congratulations to Paige Larson for earning the 2010 North Shore Chamber Business Person of the Year Award! Her tireless dedication to the patient care, mentorship, and the community is reflected in this award. On behalf of the North Shore Sports Medicine team, please join us in congratulating Paige on her monumental achievement! Capilano University Orientation […]Continue Reading →
On April 24th, 2010, we had the honour of welcoming Paralympic Gold Medal winner Darryl Neighbour, and Chief Therapist Paige Larson at our Paralympic Gold Medal Meet and Greet. Community Feedback “Thank you so much for sending the photos of Darryl Neighbour and me. That was a fantastic day so wonderful for him to take the time […]Continue Reading →
Paige Larson is featured in the North Shore News Olympic Featurette during the 2010 Winter Olympics! Click here for the link! Check out Paige Larson’s Blog for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.Continue Reading →
Sitting at your laptop all day? There’s a downside to living in our wireless world. More and more people are suffering from pain resulting directly from working on their laptops. Laptop users, who spend hours on end typing text, are prone to sore shoulders and tight necks. If you’re working with elbows at the […]Continue Reading →