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CATALYST KINETICS GROUP PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC IN BURNABY

The Catalyst Kinetics Group’s Physiotherapy Clinic has some of the best physiotherapists in Burnaby. They constantly undergo training to equip themselves with the skills to help you. All our physiotherapists are qualified and have the required number of hours of training.

At our physiotherapy treatment clinic, enjoy –

  • Pain Free Physiotherapy
  • Fully Qualified Professionals
  • Dedicated Parking
  • Covid Compliance and Safety
  • Friendly and Courteous Staff
OUR PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENT

Working one-on-one to achieve your goals

Our physiotherapists use a variety of assessment and treatment techniques to address your needs. Our goal is to work with you oneonone to identify the root of the problem and develop your own custom treatment plan, returning you to your optimum health, mobility, and function as quickly as possible.

TREATMENT TECHNIQUES

Manual therapy - Functional dry needling/ Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) - Acupuncture - Proprioceptive deep tendon reflex (PDTR) - NeuroKinetic therapy (NKT) - Vestibular rehabilitation - Concussion rehabilitation - Laser - Shockwave - Ultrasound/ TENS/ EMS - Exercise prescription and rehabilitation - Active rehabilitation - Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilizations - Blood flow restriction training

BLOOD FLOW RESTRICTION TRAINING
ACTIVE REHABILITATION

Our team of practitioners

Our Physiotherapists

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Sarah Lamb

Director of Physiotherapy
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Marcel Wallace

Physiotherapist
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Justin Mazzei, PT

Physiotherapist
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Andrew Lau, PT

Physiotherapist
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Spencer Der, PT

Physiotherapist
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Adrienne Sankey, PTSW

Physiotherapist
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Dean Kotopski, PT

Physiotherapist

If you feel like you can consult a specific physiotherapist in Burnaby, you may schedule an appointment with them exclusively from their calendar.

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what we do/conditions

Our team can help address any of your health or body concerns

Sprains and strains - Musculoskeletal pain and injuries - Post-concussion symptoms - Acute and chronic injuries - Headaches - Migraines - Plantar fasciitis and shin splints - Whiplash - Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction - Arthritis - Post-surgery rehabilitation - Incontinence - Thoracic outlet syndrome - Shoulder pain/rotator cuff injuries - Frozen shoulder - Golfer’s/tennis elbow - Wrist pain - Frozen shoulder - Low back pain - Neck pain - Iliotibial (IT) band syndrome - Knee pain - Disc bulges/herniations - Sciatica - Fractures - Overuse injuries - Motor vehicle injuries - Sports injuries - Tendinopathies - Bursitis - Vertigo - Balance and dizziness disorders

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Contact us with any questions

    Frequently Asked Questions

    1. Is a physiotherapist the same as a physical therapist?

    Yes. There is no major difference between them. The two terms may be used interchangeably.

    While the rest of the world calls it physiotherapy, the US calls it physical therapy.

    2. Do your physiotherapists massage?

    Our physiotherapists may massage if the need arises. They are focused on rehabilitating the muscles, tissues, joints, and tendons. While massage is a part of therapy, it isn’t the only thing to physiotherapy.

    If you want to know more, schedule a visit with us.

    3. What part of the body does physiotherapy treat?

    Physiotherapy treats problems caused by injury, disability, and more. Some areas It treats inculde:

    • Neck
    • Back
    • Bones – joints, muscles and ligaments
    • Lung problems
    • Disabilities because of heart problems
    • Pelvic issues
    • Loss of mobility
    4. Who should go for physiotherapy?

    Anyone who has an injury or chronic pain must visit a physiotherapist. Doctors also refer patients to physiotherapists after surgeries like hip replacement. If you face the following symptoms, you should see a physiotherapist.

    • Recurring pain
    • Lack of balance
    • Mobility issues
    • Pain while sitting at your desk
    • Incontinence
    • Sports injuries
    • Diabetes
    • Medications are ineffective

    Our physiotherapists in Burnaby will assess your case and help you with the best line of treatment.

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    5. What is the difference between physiotherapy and massage therapy?

    Massage therapy relieves tension built up in muscles due to injury and stress. The main purpose is to get the blood flowing and speed up recovery.

    Physiotherapy focuses on rehabilitation and prevention. It adjusts, manipulates and stretches muscles and joints for better mobility and pain relief.

    Our physiotherapists in Burnaby will assess your condition and start a course of treatment. They may also recommend sessions with our registered massage therapists.