5740 Cambie St
Vancouver BC V5Z 3A6
Our Location: Suite 203, 5740 Cambie Street, Vancouver, BC V5Z 3A6
Southeast Corner of Cambie Street and West 41st Avenue
Oakridge Physiotherapy has been serving the community of Vancouver for more than 25 years. We are one of Vancouver's most recognized physiotherapy clinics.
When you come to Oakridge Physiotherapy, you can expect a welcoming, professional environment.
Our highly skilled and university trained physiotherapists will provide individualized consultation and treatment along with information about the care of your condition.
At Oakridge Physiotherapy we also offer orthotics, brace fitting and Acupuncture.
For an appointment please call us at 604-321-3251.
Early intervention can prevent problems in posture and gait later on, correct deficits in the growing child and even helps the parents cope with care of disabled children. more »
Whiplash occurs most frequently during motor vehicle accidents and the car does not have to be traveling at a fast rate. When the body is struck from behind, the head bobs back and forth and the injury can cause damage to muscles in the neck, the ligaments, vertebrae, the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. more »
Made up of an intricate assortment of bones, ligaments, tendons and nerves, the hand and wrist are involved in almost every activity of daily living, and as such, they can be easily injured. more »
Most cycling injuries are due to overuse of legs and knees. Back injuries are also common due to the prolonged riding position. more »
Strengthening exercises are not only for body builders and athletes; they play a vital role in rehabilitation, fitness and general health. more »
Often overlooked is the positive impact weight loss can have on physical rehabilitation and recovery. The success rate for back and knee rehab increases as you keep the excess weight off. more »
With a proper evaluation and treatment plan, it may be possible to avoid a hip surgery. more »
Some athletes are able to remain competitive well into their 50s, however for them, the risk of injury is always imminent. However this is no reason to stop exercising. more »
Encouraging your child to be active can be challenging, but with a little effort and creative thinking, you can ensure them a healthy lifestyle as they get older. more »
For those with inactive lifestyles and love of indoors, the Nintendo Wii may provide encouragement to get moving. more »
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