All appointments from June 1st onwards will be at our new location, 4030 Knight St!

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What would you be doing right now if you were 100%? Whether your goals are for pain, mobility, or performance - let’s get there faster, together.

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Physiotherapy

Our physiotherapy process starts with understanding you and your goals. We use detailed assessments, manual therapy, IMS (dry needling), rehab and performance exercise to help you achieve them. We have experience turning clinical evaluation into results on the mountain, sports field and in the gym, as well as in daily living. We love what we do it shows.


Chiropractic

Our modern approach to chiropractic treatment is about finding lasting solutions for our clients. We are more than just skilled manual therapists. Your assessment will address local, regional and whole-body relationships that affect your performance, movement and pain. Treatment may include hands-on, IASTM and cupping, and a versatile range of therapeutic and performance exercises.


Massage Therapy

Our sessions range from relaxing to progressive treatments that help you problem solve your movement limitations. This is not the spa: come dressed in shorts and a t-shirt/tank/sports bra. We perform detailed assessments with frequent test-retest throughout the session. Ask us about rehab and performance exercise, and when to collaborate with physio, chiro or other professionals.


Strength and Conditioning / Kinesiology

Max graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelors of Kinesiology. Prior to working at Lift Clinic, he worked as a community based Kinesiologist with a large variety of patients including athletes, the general public, and older adults, in both an individual or group setting.

Max mainly focused on active rehabilitation, but also has a strong background in sport-specific training. Max’s believes that any sort of rehabilitation is possible with the right education, buy-in, and self-discipline. He will always be there to motivate and educate his patients and will continue to adjust programs based on each patient’s needs because he knows that everyone is different. Max is committed to professional development, learning new exercise techniques and better ways to deliver education to his patients.

While not at the gym, Max enjoys playing a multitude of sports, especially basketball, as well as spending lots of time with his dog, Luna.

Max graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelors of Kinesiology. Prior to w... Read More

Henry graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, and a Certificate in Health and Fitness Studies. After working as a Registered Kinesiologist and Fitness Trainer for 6 years, he moved to Australia to pursue a career in physiotherapy. He went on to complete his Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Sydney. Since graduating, Henry went on to work with both amateur and professional sports teams, and as a clinician in a sports injury clinic. He has a strong interest in overuse injuries, spinal dysfunctions and the return to sport/performance process. Ask Henry about his experiences as a physiotherapist in Australia, his personal powerlifting goals and staying active with his pugs Bruce and Jet.

Henry graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, a... Read More

Dil is a registered massage therapist who loves to see her clients feel and move better. Dil provides a range of massage therapy treatments including deep tissue and trigger point release. At Lift Clinic she can pursue her passion for helping people move and understand their bodies better. She loves the idea of working with proactive physiotherapists, chiropractic and strength training professionals who are committed to lifelong learning and continuing professional development. As someone who enjoys strength training and an active living herself, she values the opportunity to help people reduce pain and move better so they can achieve their goals. Ask her about her current gym goals, history of sports, and outdoor experiences!

Dil is a registered massage therapist who loves to see her clients feel and move better. Dil prov... Read More

A registered chiropractor in BC since 2015, Daniel aims to provide long-term answers instead of short-term band aids. He is especially passionate about shoulder and low back issues, as these were his main obstacles in sport and daily life. Daniel promises a whole-body approach in assessment and treatment, as well as complete transparency of methodology.

He completed chiropractic school at the University of Western States (2014, Portland), and concurrently completed a Masters of Science in sport and exercise science (2014). Prior to this, he completed his Bachelor in Life Sciences at the University of British Columbia, as well as participating on their varsity volleyball team. His hobbies nowadays include beach volleyball and tennis.

A registered chiropractor in BC since 2015, Daniel aims to provide long-term answers instead of s... Read More

Sam integrates movement education, manual therapy and functional exercises to help clients reach their highest potential in function and quality of life. Sam values working with his clients to create and achieve their goals as a team. He draws upon his experiences through school, varsity athletics, personal rehabilitation, strength training and strength coaching to help guide patients toward their goals. Ask him about his experiences coaching and playing volleyball. Sam also has a black belt in Tae Kwon do and enjoys kick boxing to stay active.

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Through Stanley’s experience with his own sports related injuries, he has gained knowledge on rehabilitation for long term results. He believes pairing manual therapy with active rehab exercises will greatly reduce pain and prevent injury. Stanley values not only getting the client pain free, but also maintaining that pain free movement. Ask Stanley about his experiences with playing volleyball, and his passion for exploring new places!

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Studying a Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2008-10, Travis was unique in his focus to address rehab, injury prevention, and performance. Nearly a decade later, opening Lift as a multidisciplinary therapy service in a gym setting, he is more focussed than ever on helping people move beyond limiting pains and injuries to doing the things they love most. Travis has completed level 2 Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), Level 3 of the Canadian Orthopedic Manual Therapy system, Level 2 of Functional Dry Needling (IMS) and a broad range of coursework and mentorship in sports and strength and conditioning settings. Ask Travis about his work with sports, his latest research interests or how he’s working to balance family life, business ownership and clinical practice, or his first experiences in strength training as a young athlete, and how that has shaped his practice to this day.

Studying a Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2008-10, Travis was unique... Read More

Michael completed the Registered Massage Therapy program at Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (VCMT). Previous to becoming a Massage Therapist, he spent a number of years working in the landscaping industry and holds a red seal as a horticulturalist. For the last 14 years Michael has been actively involved in the Vancouver ultimate community as both a player and a coach. A few of his many accomplishments include: developing the junior ultimate program in British Columbia; coaching the U-19 Men’s Canadian ultimate team to a gold medal at the world championship in 2014; and coaching the BC junior girls ultimate team to a number of national championships.

With a strong background in sports and physical labour, Michael understands the importance of maintaining optimal health and well-being. He enjoys treating a variety of different conditions including stress and anxiety, sports related injuries, repetitive strain injuries and general treatment for every day aches and pains. He likes to work together with his patients to optimize a treatment plan that will create a preventative and lasting solution for each individual. Michael uses an array of specific techniques including trigger point release, golgi tendon organ release and neuromuscular technique as well as general Swedish massage techniques.

In his spare time Michael continues to be an active member in the ultimate community and is currently the head coach for the U-20 Open Canadian Team competing at the next world championships.

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