Physiotherapy Vancouver

Voted "Best of Vancouver" 7 times in Georgia Straight

Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Healing

2 Clinic Locations; Vancouver and Burnaby 

Exclusive, Customized Treatment


" Thanks to Insync Physio for the first time in six years since hurting my back I have minimal pain on a daily basis and I am starting to recover and get my strength back – something other physios have not been able to do.

- Celia G.


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About InSync Physiotherapy

InSync Physiotherapy Vancouver provides services in Sports Medicine, Sports Injury Rehab, Physiotherapy, Exercise Rehabilitation, Massage Therapy, Sport Massage Therapy & IMS. 

We also accept WorkSafe BC & ICBC claims.

We are excited to be providing integrated patient–centred health care services to help you get back "InSync" with your optimal health & maximum potential for sport, work or play.

We are committed to give you the highest level of professional care and service while utilizing latest advances in physiotherapy & health care to treat the underlying cause(s) of your problem.

Bridging the gap between medicine and rehabilitation, we will help you connect with how you really want to move again.

2 Clinic Locations

Vancouver

102-4088 Cambie Street
Vancouver BC V5Z 2X8

Tel: 604-566-9716
Fax: 604-566-9718
Email: info@insyncphysio.com

Hours:
Mon - Fri: 7am—7pm
Saturday: 8am—1pm

Burnaby

204-4580 Hastings Street
Burnaby BC V5C 2K4

Tel: 604-298-4878
Fax: 604-298-9779
Email: info@insyncphysio.com

Hours:
Mon - Fri: 7am—7pm
Saturday: 8am—2pm

Recent Blog Posts

What is Flat Foot?
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Ankle Instability: One-Legged Deadlifts Progression
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Ankle Instability: One-Legged Deadlifts
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Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome: Gluteus Medius Muscle Pistol Squats
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Sand Training
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Hip Flexor Strain Running Rehab – Knee Highs
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Resistance Band Exercises for the Upper Body
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Sacro-Iliac Joint Injuries: One-Leg Looped Band Bridges
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Sleeping Tips for Back Pain
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Sacro-Iliac Joint Injuries: Looped Band Bridges
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Resistance Band Exercises for the Lower Body
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Gluteus Medius Strengthening for Sacro Iliac Joint Injuries: Drop Steps Progression Leg Weight
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