Oakridge Physiotherapy Centre
6317 Cambie Street
Vancouver BC V5Z 3B2
For more location and parking info click here: http://oakridgephysio.ca/contact-us
We are now on the West side of Cambie Street at 47th Avenue just 2 blocks up from the 49th Station.
Oakridge Physiotherapy has been serving the city of Vancouver and the community of Oakridge for more than 35 years. We are one of Vancouver's most recognized physiotherapy clinics.
When you come to Oakridge Physiotherapy, you can expect a welcoming and professional environment.
Our staff is made up of 14 dedicated professionals, recognized as teachers and contributors to the profession of physiotherapy. We are involved in education of both undergraduate and graduate physiotherapists and offer expertise in a wide variety of specialties.
Our highly skilled and university trained physiotherapists, massage therapists, and pedorthists will provide individualized consultation and treatment along with information about the care of your condition.
At Oakridge Physiotherapy we also offer Massage Therapy, Orthotics, Brace Fitting, IMS, Acupuncture, Golf Assessment, and more.
Learn a little more about us here: http://youtu.be/57eQZN7rZX0
For an appointment please call us at 604-321-3251.
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