Health Centre

We provide physiotherapy, chiropractic, massage therapy and acupuncture for health and wellness

We treat high performance athletes, folks recovering from acute injury and seniors managing chronic pain. Our practitioners can help you get moving, and get winning, again. Drop by our clinic or call us and make an appointment and find out how we can help.

Health services at Arbutus


Let our Physiotherapy team help you with acute injury management, exercise program planning, core stabilization and so much more. Find out more about Physiotherapy.


See our Chiropractor for your back and neck pain, frozen shoulder, athletic injuries. Find out more about Chiropractic.

Massage Therapy

Increase your mobility and range of motion, decrease muscle resting tension, and improve general functioning. Find out more about Massage Therapy.

Other methods that we use

We’re a health centre in Victoria BC

Visit us at Oak Bay Avenue and Amphion street. Check out our location.

Dry brushing as a morning routine
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Movember in Victoria, coming soon
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Mike tells us about Movember, a fundraiser that helps men think about health in a different way, and that has many benefits for our community... Continue Reading →
Falcon Gymnastics athletes
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Look at these athletes from our communities! This is why we do what we do... Continue Reading →
Making it to an Olympic podium after surgery
April 6, 2016
Meet Kelsey Serwa, who won silver at the Sochi Olympics in ski cross despite having torn her ACL... Continue Reading →
Staying fit and healthy
October 21, 2015
The last race of the season is almost here and I've been so grateful that I haven't been injured this year. It makes me think about the difference between fitness and health... Continue Reading →
Recovering from knee surgery (part 1)
April 28, 2016
In which Mike explains how knee surgery, and recovery from knee surgery, can be a little bit like planning for a race... Continue Reading →