We determine what caused your injury or pain and then collaborate with you to develop a customized treatment plan that returns you to the health you deserve!
Physiotherapy at Manhas Health focuses on treating your acute and chronic injuries while empowering you to get back to the activities you love. Our goal is to help you get stronger than your baseline in hopes of preventing future injuries. We focus on evidence-based treatment such as muscle strengthening and improving mobility. Since our focus is on getting you back moving, we have created our clinic surrounding a state-of-the-art gym facility.
We don’t just treat the symptom – we determine what caused your injury or pain and then collaborate with you to develop a customized treatment plan that returns you to the health you deserve!
Our certified vestibular therapist is trained to recognize common treatable causes of vertigo. Our physiotherapy team is also able to notify your physician if a more central cause of vertigo is suspected.
A concussion is a type of brain injury caused by either a direct blow to the head or sudden forceful movement of the head. Concussions are common in impact sports such as football, ice hockey, and soccer. Concussions can also be sustained at work or after a motor vehicle accident.
Symptoms of a concussion include headache, nausea, dizziness, brain fog, and difficulty concentrating.
Our team takes pride in their personal history of playing local sports and working with high-level athletes. Our team has played for Metro Ford soccer, Team British Columbia soccer, Burnaby Winter Club Academy hockey, and Port Moody Panthers junior hockey and even worked directly with the Vancouver Whitecaps Residency program and Vancouver Whitecaps Men’s 1st team.
Given our history working with elite athletes, we cherish the opportunity to craft sports-specific training programs. With a 4000-square-foot gym and turf space at our disposal, we have the ideal environment to get the best out of young athletes.
If you’re looking to book group or team training sessions, please contact us here.
At Manhas Health Co., we believe the cornerstone of physiotherapy is improving strength, flexibility, and conditioning. We are big believers in “pre-hab”. Pre-hab refers to strength programs geared at preventing injuries or improving recovery post-surgery.
Pre-hab strength programs are perfect for nearly any job. They can be useful for physically demanding jobs such as longshore work, registered nurses, or construction workers. They can be equally beneficial for this those doing repetitive jobs or work requiring prolonged sitting.
Book with any of our physiotherapists if you’re interested in improving your strength and flexibility in hopes of preventing injury!
Physical rehab is a crucial part of undergoing a joint replacement. Whether you are planning to have a knee, hip, or shoulder replacement surgery, we have the team to help you in recovery. As mentioned previously, pre-hab can be instrumental in improving post-surgery recovery. After the procedure, working on your range of motion and reducing swelling through physiotherapy will help with your long-term recovery and mobility.
Given our holistic approach, we are well equipped to manage pain and impairment post-motor vehicle accident. Our physiotherapists will be able to evaluate your injuries from head to toe and develop a treatment plan for you. ICBC has made many recent changes to care after a motor vehicle accident. At Manhas Health, we share ICBC’s desire to get people focusing on physiotherapy and active rehab after the acute phase of the injury.
At our Coquitlam Physiotherapy clinic, we offer a range of services designed to help you achieve your health and wellness goals. These include but are not limited to manual therapy, electrotherapy, exercise prescriptions, and post-operative rehabilitation.
Booking an appointment at our Coquitlam Physiotherapy clinic is easy. Simply navigate to the ‘Contact Us’ page on our website, where you’ll find options to book an appointment online or contact us directly via phone or email.
While a doctor’s referral is not necessary to seek treatment from a physiotherapist, it may be required by your insurance company for reimbursement purposes. We recommend checking with your insurance provider before scheduling an appointment.