Surrey 152St Physiotherapy & Sport Injury Clinic
Surrey 152St Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic (SPSC) provides exceptional quality of service with a focus on “hands on” manual therapy. We work with each client to create an individualized plan for your recovery that meets your goals.
SPSC prides itself on the following:
Our Fleetwood, Surrey Physiotherapy location offers physiotherapy services, together with our sister clinics in Surrey BC namely, Massage Therapy, Kinesiology, WorkSafe BC, ICBC Motor Injuries, Sports Injuries, Post -Operative Rehabilitation, Spinal/Cervical Decompression, and Physiotherapists who practice Acupuncture.
Our Surrey based Physiotherapy clinic provides services to Surrey, South Surrey, White Rock, Panorama, Cloverdale, Sullivan, Delta, Langley and Clayton Heights in British Columbia.
Our Physiotherapists in Surrey, BC treat back & neck pain, rotator cuff injuries, plantar fasciitis and provide rehabilitation for post-operative Hip/Knee replacements,
SPSC differentiates itself through:
- A "hands on", manual therapy approach to treatment
- Surrey based Physiotherapists with different qualifications from around the globe
- Spinal decompression/traction for bulging discs
- Laser therapy
- Our Physiotherapists in Surrey offer services in 5 languages: English, Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and Serbian.
- The Physiotherapists at SPSC strive to offer the best possible service by continuing their education and training to enhance their skills.
The team of Physiotherapists at Surrey 152St Physio in Fleetwood also provide services at our other Physiotherapy Clinics in Surrey, BC listed below:
In cases where functional movement is compromised, doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists. He/she will write an order authorising the form of treatment he desires. Read more →
As physiotherapists, we treat a number of musculoskeletal conditions – a broad term that encompasses damage to bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. Read more →
The calf muscle is made up of the gastrocnemius muscle which is the large muscle at the back of the lower leg and the soleus, a smaller one located just below the gastrocnemius. Read more →
The main areas that are injured while swimming are the shoulders and the knees. However, muscle cramps also occur as well as injuries of the back and neck. Read more →
When a physiotherapist manipulates a joint, it means we take the joint to its end of range and then we perform a quick thrust movement to which takes the joint past its normal range of movement. Read more →
Often overlooked is the positive impact weight loss can have on physical rehabilitation and recovery. Read more →
It is natural to feel weak and wanting to stay in bed following cardiac surgery. However nowadays doctors are getting patients out of bed the day following surgery. Read more →
Careful preparation is crucial to accomplishing a half marathon, especially if you are new to exercise. Read more →
With the current emphasis on improved health and wellness, many smokers are turning to nicotine patches and other pharmaceutical products in attempting to kick the habit. Read more →
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