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Physiotherapy in Surrey & Langley

patient during rehab sessionThe Back & Body Wellness Centre team offers you a range of services to help you feel better and live a healthier life. Our physiotherapists have years of training and hold certifications or specialize in many different areas, including workplace and sports injuries, female urinary incontinence, diastasis recti, acupuncture, breastfeeding assistance, workplace injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, myofascial release, and more.


They also utilize a variety of solutions such as stretching, exercises, laser therapy, decompression, massage, acupuncture, joint mobilization and manipulation, hot and cold therapy, and more to restore your well-being. Here are some of the conditions they see:

  • Amputation
  • Arthritis
  • Back and neck pain
  • Chronic pain
  • Concussion rehab
  • Myofascial pain syndromes
  • Fractures
  • Joint disorders
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Postoperative disorders
  • Spinal cord injury
  • Sports injuries
  • Stroke
  • Temporomandibular joint dysfunction
  • Vertigo
  • Vestibular rehab
Please note that ICBC is accepted for our physiotherapy services.

Restoring Your Quality of Life

Physiotherapy can correct issues such as those mentioned above. It can also train you to compensate for deficiencies you may have. The interventions used focus on re-educating the muscles, restoring your abilities or assisting you in adapting your movements with an overall emphasis on improving life quality.

Our physiotherapy team also specializes in the treatment of vertigo with a specific set of techniques to help sufferers of this condition. Preoperative and postoperative surgical cases can also see many benefits from physiotherapy.

A Comprehensive Approach

Patient on balance ballYour physiotherapy treatment may include any of the following:

  • A personalized exercise program is beneficial because it is tailored specifically to your needs and goals, helping improve your range of motion, strength, and overall function.
  • Airway clearance methods, such as chest physiotherapy or oscillatory devices, involve techniques and devices that help mobilize and remove excess mucus from the airways, promoting better lung function and improving overall respiratory health.
  • Environmental changes that remove barriers to your function are beneficial because they create a more accessible and accommodating environment, allowing you to perform daily activities with greater ease and independence.
  • Functional activity and tolerance testing or training are beneficial as they help assess your ability to perform specific tasks and determine your limits, allowing for targeted training and improved functional capacity.
  • Hot and cold pack therapy is beneficial as it can provide pain relief, reduce swelling, speed up the healing process, and improve movement and function in affected areas.
  • Joint mobilization and manipulation techniques are beneficial because they can reduce stiffness and pain in joints, improving mobility and overall comfort.
  • Massage therapy is beneficial as it can help relax muscles, reduce tension, alleviate pain, and promote overall relaxation and well-being.
  • The prescription, fabrication, and application of adaptive, assistive, supportive, and protective equipment or devices are beneficial as they can enhance your independence, safety, and overall function, allowing you to engage in daily activities with minimal limitations.
  • Rehabilitation is beneficial as it helps individuals relearn movement patterns, regain strength and coordination, and improve overall function after an injury or surgery.
  • Skin and wound care is beneficial as it ensures proper healing, prevents infection, and promotes overall skin health.
  • Techniques that assist muscles and joints in working at their full capacity are beneficial as they help repair damage, speed up healing, reduce stiffness and pain, and promote optimal functioning of the musculoskeletal system.
  • The management of incontinence through pelvic floor re-education is beneficial as it can improve bladder control and quality of life for individuals experiencing urinary incontinence.
  • Work or occupational retraining and return-to-work planning is beneficial as it helps individuals regain skills, confidence, and physical abilities necessary to return to their previous job or engage in new employment opportunities.


What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy helps to restore mobility, strength and function when someone is affected by injury, illness, or disability. Physiotherapy includes rehabilitation, as well as prevention of injury, and promotion of health and fitness. Physiotherapists work on mobilizing your soft tissues and joints during each session. For example, if you have tension or pain in your upper body, the physiotherapist will work on the stiff muscles and joints in the involved area. The hands-on treatment relieves stiffness, soreness and pain to ensure you get relief.

How does it work?

During a session, our physiotherapists provide hands-on treatment to manipulate, mobilise and stretch the body tissues. If your physiotherapist determines you can benefit from other treatment options, such as laser therapy, shockwave, IMS or ultrasound, they will use it. That will be decided after your assessment.

Our Physiotherapist will design exercises to help improve your mobility and strength.

What are common areas of focus?

We can address any painful area. Our physiotherapists also specialize in treating concussion, vertigo problems, pregnancy-related pain and discomfort and pelvic floor disorders.

How is physiotherapy at Back & Body Wellness Centre, different from other places patients may have gone in the past?

In our clinic, we do hands-on treatment, unlike other clinics (Our Physiotherapists spend one on one with our clients and use machines only when deemed necessary.

Do you accept ICBC?

Yes, We directly bill ICBC.

What can I expect at my first appointment?

Your physiotherapist will do a full assessment to understand the cause of your problem. Then according to that diagnosis, they will discuss the proposed treatment plan and expected outcomes with you. Next, you will receive your first treatment based on the physiotherapist’s findings.

Do you bill WorkSafeBC directly?

No, we don’t directly deal with WorkSafeBC when it comes to physiotherapy. You can still come in for treatment, but you’ll have to pay as private. We will give you a copy of your invoice, and you can later submit it to your WorkSafeBC adjuster to get reimbursed.

Do you offer pelvic floor physiotherapy?

Yes, two of our physiotherapists are certified in providing pelvic floor physiotherapy treatments.

Get Started Today

Learn more about how physiotherapy can help you. Contact us today.


Physiotherapy Surrey, Langley BC | (604) 594-3808