Physiotherapy Services Near Me Downtown Vancouver, BC
At Insync Physiotherapy we offer services in Sports Medicine, Sports Injuries, Physiotherapy, Exercise Rehabilitation, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture & IMS. We are committed to helping you get back 'InSync' with your optimal health & maximum potential for sport, work or play. Contact us today to get started.
or call: 604-566-9716
At InSync Physiotherapy in Vancouver you can get treated by Registered Massage Therapists who treat a wide range of problems such as migraine headaches, sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents, and tendonitis. InSync also has Physiotherapists and Acupuncturists who use exercise therapy, manual therapy, physiotherapy, intramuscular stimulation and acupuncture to help you reach your sports, rehabilitation and optimal health goals
We are committed to helping you get back "insync" with your optimal health and maximum potential for sport, work or play.
We provide a unique blend of integrated patient centred health care services for those who seek to continue an active healthy lifestyle after experiencing limitations due to injury.
Top award winning physiotherapists who are committed to give you the highest level of professional care and service: in Sports Medicine, Sports Injuries, Physiotherapy, Exercise Rehabilitation, Massage Therapy, Acupuncture and IMS.
or call: 604-566-9716
As a new client of Joy I was impressed and completely satisfied with her level of expertise and service. She took the time to understand not only my specific injury but also my routine and the types of activities I engage in. I had come in with a painful and frustrating recurring wrist injury and I’m happy to say it is now much better – and more importantly, I know how to nip it in the bud if it acts up again. I have no hesitation in recommending her therapy services. I will definitely be back if another injury comes up!
I consider Heather Camenzind a key member of my health care team. Over the past year, Heather has helped restore my physical function and comfort after three separate problems. I appreciate that Heather answers all my questions, is creative with suggestions for changing up exercises when something doesn’t work and is patient with my progress. I have recommended her without hesitation to several people, including my husband, who has chronic back issues, and will continue to do so.
Top award winning physiotherapists and massage therapists who are committed to give you the highest level of professional care and service.
Registered Massage Therapist
Registered Massage Therapist
The Insync Physiotherapy team are trained in the latest and up to date techniques for optimal recovery and are dedicated to optimal health and wellness for you and your family. We can help you get moving again.
or CALL: 604-566-9716
4088 Cambie St. #102
Vancouver, BC V5Z 2X8
The Downtown West boundaries include Burrard Street to Pacific Boulevard then on to Richards Street up to Smithe Street. Pacific Boulevard to Carrol Street, then to the Georgia Viaduct and to the Vancouver Harbour. Downtown West Vancouver has several higher education sites; Robson Square has the University of British Columbia, the downtown campus of BCIT on Seymour Street and Simon Fraser University at Harbour Centre.
There are several iconic buildings in downtown Vancouver. The Roman coliseum design Public Library is a downtown landmark and is the 3rd largest library in Canada. The Sun Tower, originally called the World Building was the tallest building in the city when it was built in 1912, is known for its faux patina steel dome painted to imitate copper cladding and is adorned with nine nude maidens along the cornice; The Dominion building is located on the edge of Gastown and across from Victory Square; The Marine building near the Financial District, is renowned for its Art Deco details and was intended to evoke some great marine rock rising from the sea with sea flora and fauna clinging to it, tinted in sea green and touched with gold. The massive brass doored elevators are inlaid with 12 varieties of local hardwoods with depictions of sea animals and the foyer floor is covered in zodiac signs. The building was designed to be an office building downtown, an architectural showpiece that would serve as the hub for a thriving marine trade. The building was budgeted at $1.5 million, but actually cost $2.3 million to build and due to the Great Depression, it was sold to the British Pacific Building Company for $900,000 who then convinced the Guinness family of Ireland to invest in the company. Later the British Pacific built the Lion's Gate Bridge and developed the British Properties in West Vancouver.
The diverse population of Downtown West Vancouver lives in high-rise apartments and townhouses and is close to Stanley Park and its Seawall, English Bay and False Creek.
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