During our chat with Mackenzie, Arbutus’s Westshore Administrative Manager, we dug into how little tasks make our brains feel better and why walking is a fantastic form of exercise.
During our chat with Remy, we learned about how a brief foray into HR training led him to the world of physiotherapy, and how his life in the Netherlands prepared him for Vancouver Island’s wet weather.
During our conversation with Hatty, we learned about why she loves to sleep under the stars and some of her favourite facts about the human body.
Thank you for helping to make our new clinic in Colwood a success! We haven’t met all of our neighbours yet and we’re really proud of our beautiful new space….
Come check us out at #101 – 598 Heatherly Road, Colwood.
Taylor, one of Arbutus’s physios, shares about why taking on a beginner perspective in her running is helpful in her practice plus why she loves hiking the west coast.
At its core, kinesiology explores the science of human movement, performance, and function.
Natasha is a longstanding integral member of the Arbutus team.
We are very proud and excited to be opening up a second location, Arbutus Physiotherapy Westshore, in Colwood! Our new location is right at the corner of Sooke Road and…
Zoë Stocker is walking’s number one fan.
Our hangout with Rachel was full of laughs, talks about soccer and plants, being kind to yourself, and why she loves being an advocate for her patients. You’re originally from…
Happy International Women’s day to all the amazing women out there! We’re wearing purple to show our support! As a women-owned and operated small business, we strive to empower every…
Interested in trying a triathlon? Now is a great time to get started!
Originally published in The Climbing Doctor, Arbutus physiotherapist James Lobb walks through a hang-boarding prehab routine for intermediate climbers.
We sat down with James recently on a hot afternoon in August to chat. If you’re a climber in Victoria you might see him at one of the many beautiful outdoor climbing spots, at the climbing gyms, or in his clinic office!
We had the great pleasure of catching up with Margaret to talk with her about how a career as a semi-professional dancer led her to physiotherapy and why she thinks being a patient has played such a big role in her work.