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.
Physiotherapists undergo years of rigorous training (Masters or Doctorate degrees) before they can become licensed to practice. more »
Physiotherapy is involved in all phases of motor vehicle accident rehabilitation, assisting to relieve pain and assist the patient to reach maximum capacity and mobility. more »
Strain is the term used when a muscle is damaged or torn. Sprain is the term for tearing of a ligament or joint capsule. more »
Wrestling is a sport that carries a high rate of injuries, both for beginners and experienced wrestlers alike and are related to musculoskeletal strength, flexibility and skill. more »
Lumbar stabilisation is an active form of exercise in which the patient is taught to find his/her "neutral spine" position and maintain it subconsciously. more »
After giving birth, losing the weight gained during pregnancy is on the mind of most women. However, it takes planning, motivation and willpower to exercise. more »
With a proper evaluation and treatment plan, it may be possible to avoid a hip surgery. more »
By observing these rules of gym etiquette, you can make the gym a pleasant place for yourself and others. more »
Some headaches can be directly linked to muscular problems in the back and neck. Physiotherapy can offer relief from such headaches. more »
When you are depressed, the last thing you want to think of is exercise, however, a physiotherapist can help you begin moving gradually. Exercise releases endorphins and serotonin - the feel-good hormones - which stabilise your mood and help you feel better. more »
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