We are offering our first TRY-A-TRIATHLON Clinic, a 12 week program that will culminate with participants racing at the Triathlon of Compassion on June 26th, 2022.
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction means different things for different people. For Sabrina it meant inconsonance. She couldn’t run, couldn’t go for walks, couldn’t bounce on the trampoline with her kids. It limited her freedom.
We spoke online with Maciek Krolikowski to talk about the difference between kinesiology and physiotherapy, connecting with patients, and the move from the prairies to the west coast.
Arbutus’ resident Naturopath, Dr. Kim McQueen ND, discusses physical exams, working with athletes, and why calculators are her favourite tool of the trade.
We met for a morning Zoom chat with Andrew Mills to learn about travelling as a physiotherapist, surfing with toddlers, and why the vestibular system is so important.
The vestibular system is the connection between your inner ear and your eyes and brain. It keeps us balanced upright, and gives us spacial awareness.
We sat down for virtual coffee with one of our newest physiotherapists, Lena Walther. She told us about pelvic floor health, imposter syndrome, and dreaming about post-pandemic travels.
What a beautiful day on the island to celebrate movement, activity, and International Women’s Day.
We get so few snow days, but so many people seem to be ready with their sleds, tarps, and snowboards.
We wish you a warm, joyous, and restful holiday (and maybe some movement too!)
It’s been 1 year since we’ve opened our doors on Oak Bay Avenue! We are so excited for what the future holds and believe that the best is yet to come.
Dr. McQueen has been a naturopathic physician for almost 20 years, working with elite athletes, food manufacturers, as well as regular folks along the way.
In accordance with the province’s recommendations for social distancing, we have now set-up Tele-Rehab physiotherapy sessions. We’re very excited to make available one-on-one online appointments for you…
We are in the process of scaling back to acute care and urgent needs patients to promote social distancing…
Brooke Woodley is a CrossFit athlete who moved to Victoria last year. She trains at Taranis, and is taking Kinesiology at the University of Victoria. How long have you been…
Her diagnosis, though frustrating at first, led her to seek out options to cope with her symptoms. This included more traditional treatments such as medication, as well as physiotherapy-focused boxing classes. The movements taught in the class led to a noticeable improvement in her symptoms…