Our Team

Our Team

Master of Physical Therapy (MPT), Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin)

Lisa RugglesLisa achieved her Master of Physical Therapy degree from UBC, after completing a Bachelor degree in Kinesiology also at UBC. She holds Level 1 certification in orthopaedic manual therapy and has also completed Functional Movement Systems (FMS) Level 1 and 2. Lisa is a certified mat Pilates instructor. Lisa enjoys continuing to advance her education and is currently working towards her certificate from Sports Physiotherapy Canada.

Lisa has worked with the UBC Thunderbirds Men’s Rugby team since 2012 and has worked her way up to head athletic trainer. She has been a part of the medical staff for several events, including the Canadian Club Rugby Championships, Provincial Rugby Championships, Big West Volley Fest, BC Soccer Youth Provincial Programs, and BC Wheelchair Tennis tournaments, and is always in search of new opportunities with various sports. In addition to volunteering and working with athletes, Lisa also has volunteer experience with spinal cord injury and geriatric populations, and worked as a kinesiologist with clients of all ages and abilities.

Lisa grew up in Langley participating in gymnastics before turning her attention to dance (ballet, jazz, hip hop, contemporary) to compete. She is very excited to be partnering with a local cheer and dance club to bring some of her attention back to her original passions. When Lisa isn’t at the clinic, she enjoys staying active at the gym or in the dance studio, and exploring the ocean through scuba diving.

B.A. Honors Specialization in Kinesiology

Tess photo Nov 2018Tess Completed her Bachelor of Arts with an Honours Specialization in Kinesiology from The University of Western Ontario. During Tess’ time at Western she volunteered at the local Ronald McDonald House creating sporting programs for children to build both compromising and team building skills. Tess also competed in several intramural leagues to further pursue her love of sport. She is currently pursuing her Functional Movement Systems Certification (FMS).
Tess grew up as a high performance athlete in White Rock competitively dancing and playing volleyball. Her passion for exercise, physical and mental health and optimal performance in sport are what drove her to study Kinesiology. She is excited to apply exercise to encourage optimal quality of life, improved muscle and joint function and overall wellbeing for patients through active rehabilitation.

During her spare time, you can find Tess hiking, in a hot yoga studio or walking the seawall with friends and family.

Tess is available for active rehabilitation sessions on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

B.H.K. (Human Kinetics)
NicoleNicole completed her Bachelor of Human Kinetics with a focus in Clinical Exercise Physiology from University of British Columbia Okanagan. She is SportMedBC Athletic Taping certified and is currently pursuing her Functional Movement Systems certification (FMS).
During her time at UBCO, Nicole worked in a Pediatric Exercise Physiology Research lab studying the impacts of prolonged sitting and exercise on brain health in children and young adults. Outside of school, she also spent time with Interior Health’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program as well as the City of Kelowna’s Community Access Match program. In these programs, Nicole worked with COPD, stroke, and Parkinson’s Disease affected patients to improve their cardiorespiratory fitness and help rehabilitate their strength through exercise.
Nicole grew up as a high-performance athlete in White Rock playing volleyball and soccer. Her passion for sports and exercise are what drove her to pursue the field of kinesiology. She is excited to apply exercise and movement science to encourage wellbeing, improve performance, rehab injuries and restore optimal function to patients through active rehabilitation.

Outside of the clinic Nicole can be found playing volleyball, skiing, hiking, or paddle boarding at the beach.


MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), CAFCI (Acupuncture Canada Certification), Vestibular Rehabilitation, NKT Level I (NeuroKinetic Therapy), BScHon (Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology - Honours)

Sol Yoon 2Sol graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Honours Kinesiology at McGill University, before completing her Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC in 2014.

During her time at McGill University, Sol gained experience with the McGill Redmen & Martlets Varsity Basketball Teams, as well as the Sports Medicine Clinic at McGill as a student therapist. Locally, Sol is involved with the girls' basketball teams around Surrey, BC. Sol has her Level I Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy, Level I NeuroKinetic Therapy, and is certified to practice acupuncture (CAFCI).She also continues to expand her clinical skills by pursuing continued education in vestibular rehabilitation and shoulder rehabilitation.

With a variety of experiences in adult & children's sports injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, and post-operative rehabilitation, Sol believes in a holistic, client-specific approach to physical therapy to improve overall health and quality of life. Sol is also fluent in Korean.

Outside of physiotherapy, Sol maintains a healthy and balanced lifestyle, enjoys playing a variety of sports, and aspires to be a world-traveller.


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Tracy Gibbons, Registered Acupuncturist


tracy gibbonsTracy is excited to bring the “Wellness Effect” to her patients.

The idea that one small positive change or action can lead to another is one her strongest beliefs, along with the guiding principle that a wellness and abundance mindset are the keys to leading a healthy, full and ultimately “best” life.

Tracy’s journey into Alternative Medicine began in 2005 when she transitioned from the corporate world to become a Personal Trainer and Nutritional Coach. Over the course of the next 12 years, she worked with thousands of clients through her Pre and Postnatal fitness classes , Personal Training and Lifestyle Coaching services, continuously finding herself drawn to helping her clients deal more with their illnesses, injuries and issues than just helping them get fit and lose weight.


Tracy is a graduate of the intensive 3 year Diploma in Acupuncture from Central College of Chinese Medicine, and a Registered Acupuncturist within the Province of BC


Tracy has the unique opportunity to blend her experience in movement and exercise with her education in the treatment of injuries and pain. In this area, she is focused on treating sports injuries, chronic and acute muscle pain, myofascial and nerve pain.


Additionally, her passion for women’s health has evolved from the pre and postnatal stages in her fitness career, to a desire to help women age healthfully through their 40’s and 50’s as they encounter the next changes in their health and life. In this area, she is focused on treating gynaecological issues experienced in peri-menopause , as well as the muscular, metabolic, emotional and physical symptoms that occur during this time of life, and offering non-invasive cosmetic therapies.


Through acupuncture, moxa, cupping, tui-na (chinese massage), dietary therapy, yoga and exercise philosophy, her clients can achieve ultimate healing, wellness and abundance in their own lives.

For more information about these services offered by Tracy, please visit her website: The Wellness Effect.

M.P.T. (Master of Physical Therapy), IMS

PeterPeter received his Master of Physical Therapy from UBC. He has extensive experience and clinical skills, having worked as a Personal Trainer and Kinesiologist for a number of years prior to obtaining his Physiotherapy degree. Peter has completed his Orthopaedic Level 1 course in manual therapy as well as further education in soft tissue release, sports injury rehabilitation, and first aid concussion management. Peter is also certified in IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) dry needling technique.

Peter enjoys playing a variety of sports, especially basketball and football. He is familiar with the injuries that come with these physical sports. He also enjoys hiking,  weight training for exercise and cooking up healthy meals.

Peter is available for Physiotherapy services at our Panorama location on Tuesdays and Thursdays.   

M.P.T. (Master of Physical Therapy), B. Sc. (Kinesiology)

Sebastian Akl photoSebastian completed his Masters of Physical Therapy and Bachelors of Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia. His passion for healthy living and exercise are what motivated him to pursue this field. During his time at UBC, Sebastian gained invaluable experience with many local organizations – UBC Recreation, Special Olympics BC, & ICORD’s PARC Program which researches the impacts of exercise in the spinal cord injury population. These experiences further shaped his perspectives regarding the importance of wellness, physical activity, and the impact that a healthy lifestyle can have on the lives of individuals.
Sebastian incorporates an active therapeutic approach for patients through hands-on manual therapy, rehabilitative exercise, soft tissue techniques, and education. He gets no greater satisfaction than helping others achieve their lifelong health goals – be it chasing down a bus or finishing a marathon.

Sebastian grew up in White Rock, BC, where he developed his love for sports and the outdoors. He loves playing hockey, swimming, hiking, and training for upcoming triathlons. His friends have also recently introduced him to skiing and he has loved the challenge!

A recent unsolicited testimonial came in about Sebastian's approach: "... I was so impressed with the time and care Sebastian took during my first physio session. He knew exactly what to do that it significantly helped relieve some pain. Sebastian has been proactive with having come up with exercises and stretches that best help with what I need before each session. I am so pleased with where I am in my recovery due to his help."

Sebastian is available Monday to Friday and some Saturdays at the Panorama location.


M.P.T. (Master of Physical Therapy), B.Sc. (Kinesiology)

Joel GomezJoel received his Masters of Physical Therapy Degree from UBC and his BSc in Kinesiology from UVIC. His passion for physiotherapy began after enduring two consecutive ACL injuries while playing soccer in his senior year of high school. His dreams of playing university soccer almost disappeared until he was fortunate enough to have been cared for by a physiotherapist who not only rehabilitated him back to his baseline, but even helped to make him stronger than ever. Joel went on to play Varsity soccer, both with UBC and UVIC, and contributed to winning two CIS Soccer National Championships with each university.

Given Joel’s many great experiences working with physiotherapists, he also aspired to also help people recover from injuries that inhibit them from enjoying life. He has a passion for working with people from all different walks of life, including: amateur and professional athletes, the great weekend warriors, kids, and older adults wanting to improve their function. Joel also has lots of experience working with post-operative, WorkSafe, and individuals with injuries secondary to Motor Vehicle Accidents.

He believes that the best rehabilitation strategy is a hands-on approach, supplemented by targeted therapeutic exercises, and regular education to the client about the condition.

M.P.T. (Master of Physical Therapy), B.Sc. (Kinesiology)

cheyenne2Cheyenne completed her Bachelor’s in Kinesiology at UBC in the interdisciplinary stream, which allowed her to focus on her passions: athletics and rehabilitation. She was able to volunteer in both the athletic and chronic condition spheres which enhanced her appreciation for the power of rehabilitation and the human body. This fueled her drive to complete her Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC to improve her ability to help others attain their goals; whether that be managing a chronic disease or completing their first half marathon!
Having been heavily immersed in sport throughout her life, Cheyenne is no stranger to injury and the work it takes to come back from one. She has an interest in all types of sporting injuries and a special interest in the spine. Cheyenne’s approach includes education, manual therapy, correction of body biomechanics, exercise prescription and building an individualized rehab program.
Outside of work Cheyenne enjoys playing volleyball and soccer as well as hiking, running, biking, doing hot yoga and spending time with family. She also just recently completed her first half marathon.

Cheyenne works Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at the Ocean Park Clinic. 

MScPT (Master of Science in Physical Therapy), CAFCI (Acupuncture)

sam hughesSam completed her Master's program in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2007 under some of the most recognized physical therapy professors in Canada. For the past 7 years, Sam has been the main pelvic floor physiotherapist at the bladder health clinic at Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surrey Center in Surrey. During this time, Sam has developed specialized programs for incontinent men post-prostatectomy, as well as helping develop the Bladder Clinic.

Sam is very involved in our community, having given presentations to the public, physicians, and other health practitioners concerning: urinary incontinence, postpartum education, chronic pelvic pain, and post prostatectomy urinary recovery.

Continuing to upgrade and diversify her skills, Sam has obtained the acupuncture Canada certification to help treat urinary urgency, retention, and pain. She continues to research the effects of manual acupuncture to treat urinary retention.

Known as a caring professional, Sam believes in treating people holistically by collaboratively working with other health practitioners if necessary to help clients to their optimal recovery. Sam specializes in the treatment of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction and conditions such as:
• urinary incontinence
• urgency and frequency
• sexual pain
• pelvic pain
• low back pain • urinary retention
• pelvic organ prolapse
• constipation
• diastasis recti (abdomen separation)
• chronic pelvic pain syndromes


When Sam isn't working, she is a busy mother of two, a competitive dancer, gardener, and has recently been working towards her International sailing certification.

Fluent in Portuguese, and Spanish, Sam is also conversant in French, and Italian.

Sam is currently available at the Physiomoves South Surrey location on Thursdays.

Registered Massage Therapist

IMG 4964 451x640Dave Gifford graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2002. Since then, he's always remained active within the massage therapy profession. Over his years of practice, he has honed in his treatment focus on the cases and issues that are most prevalent in our community. Dave's areas of expertise are:
• Athletic/Sports Massage
• Pre and Post Natal Massage
• Workplace Stress, Headaches, and Ergonomic Issues
• I.C.B.C. Claimants
He has also taken time to gather experience with the geriatric community, multiple sclerosis patients, workplace ergonomic set-ups, and the University of British Columbia athletic teams.
Dave's approach has always been to have the client's best interest in mind. His years of experience providing treatment have taught him which techniques are appropriate for each client's needs, resulting in effective health care with less post treatment pain.
Techniques Dave may use during treatment include, but are not limited to:
• Active Release Therapy
• Myofascial Release
• Sports Petrissage
• Trigger Point Therapy
• Systemic Deep Tissue Therapy
• Joint Mobilizations
Dave was born, raised, and currently resides in the White Rock area. In his leisure time, he enjoys cycling, snowboarding and travelling.  He is available for Registered Massage Therapy appointments at the Panorama Clinic on Mondays and Thursdays.


M.P.T. (Master of Physical Therapy), B.Sc. (Human Kinetics), CGIMS (Gunn IMS), Functional Movement (SFMA)

IMG 0807 3Dan is a Master of Physical Therapy graduate from the University of British Columbia, and holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics from the University of Guelph. Dan strongly believes in staying up to date with evidence and continuing education. He continues to take courses and certifications to improve his knowledge so he can best help his clients.  Dan has achieved his certificate in Gunn IMS dry needling technique. He has completed his Selective Functional Movement Assessment certification (SFMA) as well as the Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) certification. Other recent courses include the Cervical Spine Treatment pearls by Carol Kennedy and Tendinopathy Management by Jill Cook. He is also pursuing Advanced Manual Therapy techniques through the Canadian Orthopedic Division.

Dan grew up in Midwestern Ontario where he played hockey, football and baseball. He has always had an interest in athletics and the process of rehabilitation from initial injury until the return-to-play phase. Dan’s treatment style focuses on the implementation of exercise and manual techniques to relieve pain, improve the day-to-day function of clients and optimize the performance of athletes. He also emphasizes educating his clients in order to maintain their pain-free function.

During his spare time, Dan can be found playing recreational hockey and softball, spending time in the gym and hiking.

Dan is available for Physiotherapy sessions on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Panorama location and Tuesdays & Fridays at the Ocean Park Clinic.  

 M.P.T. (Master of Physical Therapy), FCAMPT (Diploma Manual Therapy), Dry Needling/IMS Cert., Vestibular Rehabilitation, B.H.K (Bachelor of Human Kinetics)

Eric web 2016 452x640Eric obtained his Master of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Human Kinetics from the University of British Columbia. He has proudly obtained his Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT). He has completed additional training in dry needling/ intramuscular stimulation (IMS), manual therapy techniques, the Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Functional Movement Screen.

Eric has a special interest in the management, assessment and treatment of dizziness and vertigo including post-concussion symptoms and vestibular conditions. He has completed advanced courses in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion rehabilitation. 

Eric grew up in Richmond playing baseball, basketball, and soccer among many other sports. His passion for sports and recreation continues as a physiotherapist. He works with several sports teams as a team Physiotherapist. Eric is passionate about injury prevention and gives talks to amateur coaches educating them on effective injury prevention methods to keep athletes healthy and participating. Eric is working on obtaining his Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy through courses and hundreds of hours working with sports teams.

Eric has a wide range of clinical experience, from treating athletes and weekend warriors, to clients with injuries post-motor vehicle accident and those suffering from chronic pain. Eric uses a blend of manual therapy, individualized exercises and education to help clients get back to optimal function and doing the things they love.


            -Bachelor of Human Kinetics, UBC, 2010
            -Master of Physical Therapy, UBC, 2013
            -Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT), 2017 
            -Certification in Vestibular Rehabilitation
            -Dry Needling/IMS Kinetacore Level 1 Certifed
            -Selective Functional Movement Assessment and Functional Movement Screen Certified
            -Additional courses and certifications in hip,knee and shoulder rehabilitation and concussion management and treatment


            -BC Rugby Provincial Team Physiotherapist 2015 - present
            -Team Physiotherapist, Langley Thunder Senior A Lacrosse Team 2015
            -Team Physiotherapist, Richmond Roadrunners Intermediate A Lacrosse, 2013 - present
            -Volunteer Physiotherapist, Meraloma Rugby Club, 2012-present
            -Volunteer Physiotherapist for numerous sporting events/games including HSBC Vancouver Ruugby 7s therapy team, BC Summer Games Rugby 7s,  Beach Soccer Blast,Canadian Rugby Nationals, Karate Canada Nationals
            -Student Trainer, UBC Varsity Baseball Team, 2010        


            -Playing baseball, basketball, soccer, squash, tennis
            -Cooking and eating new foods
            -Hiking, skiing and camping


MPT, BSc. Kin (Hons), IMS, FRCms, TPI Certified 

JeffJeff received his Bachelor of Science with Honours (BSc. Hons) in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria in 2012. Jeff then pursued his Master’s of Physical Therapy (MPT), graduating in 2014 from the University of British Columbia. Jeff continuously looks for new advances in Physiotherapy to incorporate into his practice, since he strongly believes in treatment using evidence-based therapy.

Jeff has completed additional training in:
-Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)
-Oculomotor, Vestibular, and Concussion Rehabilitation
-Functional Range Conditioning (FRCms)
-Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Levels
-Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) Certified

Jeff uses a blend of manual therapy, IMS and targeted exercises to improve client’s overall well being with a focus on developing core stability and rotational power.

Jeff grew up in Surrey and when not at the clinic can be found playing hockey, golfing or hiking the local mountains with his wife and dog.

Jeff is available for 1:1 Physiotherapy appointments at our South Surrey (Ocean Park) location Monday – Friday afternoons.


MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), BSc (Bachelor of Science), IMS, COMT (Certified Orthopedic Manual Therapist), Cert. Vestibular Rehabilitation, Concussion Management, BradCliff Breathing Method

Monica web 2016 453x640Monica is an experienced, well educated Physiotherapist who graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Science degree in 2009. She then completed her Master of Physiotherapy at the University of British Columbia. She has post-graduate training in soft tissue release. Monica completed the Kinetacore dry needling course in Atlanta, and includes IMS (Intra-muscular Stimulation) as part of her treatment plan with clients. With a strong focus on continuing to advance her training and expertise, Monica travelled to Portugal to take intensive manual therapy courses.  She is now a certified orthopedic manual therapist (COMT). Furthermore, Monica has completed additional certifications and training for treatment of vestibular disorders and concussion management. Monica is also trained in the BradCliff Breathing Method. She is currently pursuing advanced training in shoulder rehabilitation.    

Monica has a passion for exercise and rehabilitation and works with clients of all ages and athletic backgrounds. Through her clinical experience, she developed a keen interest in post-operative rehabilitation, sports injuries and hand therapy. Monica also has experience working with populations recovering from spinal cord injuries at GF Strong Rehabilitation Center, post-mastectomy rehabilitation and a variety of neurological conditions. Her volunteer experience includes working with the Special Olympics of BC and at the Vancouver Olympics of 2010.

Monica was an avid athlete growing up participating in various sports including basketball, soccer, dodge ball and curling.  Her passion however was volleyball, playing at the elite level for the Fraser Valley Volleyball Club, the Simon Fraser University club team and coaching the Holy Cross Junior girls Volleyball team.  She has completed level 10 at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Piano, generating her interest in hand therapy. Monica is also bilingual and is fluent in Polish. 

Monica uses a combination of evidence-based treatment approaches such as education, hands-on manual therapy, and exercise prescription to promote function and mobility. She focuses on detailed assessments and individualized treatment programs to help each client achieve their personal physiotherapy goals.Outside of the clinic, you can find Monica leading an active lifestyle through snowboarding, hiking, beach volleyball and soccer.

We are so fortunate to have Monica working fulltime at Physiomoves: She is at the Ocean Park clinic on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, and at the Panorama Clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays.


MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), BKin (Bachelor of Kinesiology)

Ravi web 2016 452x640Ravi earned his Master of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Kinesiology degrees from the University of British Columbia. He continues to acquire new skills and knowledge and is currently pursuing post-graduate training through The Advanced Manual Therapy Orthopaedics, The Sport Physiotherapy Canada Diploma programs, and Acupuncture Canada. He has recently completed his certification in IMS (dry needling technique) and can offer this as part of his clients' rehabilitation treatment plan.

Prior to becoming a Physiotherapist, Ravi was involved in athletics for 15 years as both an athlete and coach, having coached ice hockey at various levels. Ravi’s interest in rehabilitation grew from his involvement in hockey and other sports. As a Physiotherapist, Ravi helps his clients work toward achieving their full potential by focussing on the best evidence-based treatments and advanced manual clinical techniques through strengthening and exercise programs.

Ravi’s clinical experiences have provided him with a wide variety of skills and understanding. He has learned how to treat various types of injuries, on clients of all ages. He has worked with youth, adults, seniors, professional athletes, and Paralympic athletes. Ravi services a wide range of injuries; from motor vehicle accidents, pre and post-surgery rehabilitation, to injuries caused in the workplace.

When Ravi is not in the clinic, he can be found playing recreational team sports, which include hockey, football, basketball, and softball. You may also find him skating on the ice at Rogers Arena as a member of the Vancouver Canucks Ice Team!

Ravi is fluent in both English and Punjabi.  He is available for 1:1 Physiotherapy appointments at the Panorama location Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoons, and Saturday mornings.

MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), CAFCI (Acupuncture), BHK (Bachelor of Human Kinetics)

Tiphanie web 2016 454x640Tiphanie graduated from the Master's of Science in Physical Therapy program at the University of Toronto in 2009. She previously completed a Bachelor's degree in Human Kinetics (Exercise Science) at the University of British Columbia in 2007. Her areas of interest and experience are in post-operative rehabilitation, sports injuries, work-related injuries, and motor vehicle accidents. Tiphanie continues to pursue post-graduate courses in manual therapy and has obtained her Level 1 and Level 2 Upper Certificate. She holds her Certificate in Anatomical Acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, and has also completed the Level 1 Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling Course. With a keen interest in providing her clients with the most up to date information on rehabilitation and exercises, Tiphanie has also completed the Sacro-Iliac Joint and Pelvic Complex Course, a "Balls, Bands, and Balance" Course, The Knee Complex Course, and an Athletic Taping Course.  Tiphanie speaks conversational Mandarin.  She is well-liked by her clients, who appreciate her thoroughness, easygoing approach and quiet but quick sense of humour.  Tiphanie works at our Surrey (Panorama) location and we are thrilled that she returns from maternity leave on February 13, 2018.

Tiphanie has experience as a Sun Run training leader and coaching volleyball and track and field, and enjoys working and playing alongside recreational athletes.  Outside of the clinic, she loves spending time with her beautiful son, and enjoys photography, playing volleyball, hiking, and watching the Vancouver Canucks with her husband. 

BScPT, Diploma Sport Physiotherapist, MSc, BPE, Certified Gunn IMS, Clinical Associate Professor, UBC

IMG 4803 453x640Tyler achieved his Bachelor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Alberta in 1993. He completed his Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences from UBC in 1998. Tyler opened Physiomoves in 2007 and is proud of the reputation he and his team are establishing in the community as one of the best physio/ rehabilitation clinics in the Lower Mainland. 

Tyler is a Clinical Associate Professor with the Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Medicine at UBC.  He has been instructing UBC students in the area of Sports and Orthopaedic Physiotherapy since 1998. He is honoured to be a past recipient of the Physiotherapy Association of BC Award of Excellence in Education, as well as the Faculty of Medicine Award for Excellence in Teaching. He continues to mentor and supervise UBC Master of Physical Therapy students each year.  He is published in many journals and magazines and is often asked to speak at events pertaining to sports and injuries.

Tyler holds a Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy, Canada's highest level of sport rehabilitation specialization for his profession. As a former national champion cyclist, Tyler is also the Lower Mainland's expert on bike fits, having performed thousands of these over the past 20 years. He has worked with athletes from many sports, including extensive experience in cycling, running, swimming, rugby, hockey, field hockey, fencing and gymnastics at the provincial, national and international level. He was a part of the Host Medical Team at Canada Hockey Place during the 2010 Olympics. In recent years, Tyler has travelled with the Canadian Paralympic swim team to Florida and with the Canadian Fencing team to Russia.

Tyler has completed the Functional Movement Screening and the Selective Functional Movement Assessment courses.  Tyler has also successfully completed the Gunn IMS (intra-muscular stimulation) course and offers IMS to his clients as part of their rehabilitation program as needed. Tyler has completed extra training in the areas of Vestibular Rehabilitation and the BradCliff breathing method. He also holds advanced bike fit certification.

In his spare time, Tyler enjoys cycling and spending time with his wife and 3 sons around their local Surrey neighbourhood (especially at the soccer fields and bike park!).  He shares his time between the 2 Physiomoves clinics in Surrey (on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays) and South Surrey (on Tuesdays and Thursdays).

Registered Massage Therapist, Sports Massage Therapist

barry_smBarry has enjoyed working as a Registered Massage Therapist in private practice for over 20 years, and has been a vital part of the Physiomoves team for 10 years.  Barry sees clients of all ages and abilities for personalized massage therapy and rehabilitation in the clinic. He has worked extensively with amateur and professional athletes in most sports, including pro cycling, hockey, triathlon, swimming, running and football to name a few. He provided massage therapy for Team Canada in the 1997 Race Across America, the BC Lions Football Club and the Montreal Alouettes Football Club during the 2005 Grey Cup. Barry can be seen volunteering at many local events in the community.  Barry enjoys a variety of activities, including cycling. He proudly wore the Physiomoves cycling jersey at the Penticton Gran Fondo as well as the 2012 Prospera Valley Gran Fondo with the rest of the Physiomoves team. 

A recent, unsolicited testimonial came in from a person recovering from a car accident: "I see Barry for RMT support. Massage has been an important part of my recovery. He knows the spots to work on and ends with a good stretch that provides a lot of relief. I fully trust Barry's ability and knowledge and I am grateful to have [his] support throughout my recovery."

Barry works Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday at our Surrey (Panorama) location. 


Kenny web 2016 453x640A native of St. John’s Newfoundland, Kenny previously worked as a Diabetes Medical Sales Representative and in 2013 became a graduate from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy’s 3000 hour program. Kenny’s passion is working with people and helping them with their rehabilitation. He enjoys deep tissue work and utilizing various techniques such as myofascial release and trigger point release. Using these treatment methods combined with passive/active movements, his goal as your massage therapist is to restore optimum function and movement throughout the body. Kenny also places a strong focus on continuing education especially in the fields of myofascial release, repetitive stress disorders, and anatomy. He has recently achieved certifications in the following: 

- Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique Shoulder Complex
- Ligamentous Articular Strain Technique Lower Limb
- Biodynamic Myofascial Mobilization of the Cervical Spine

Kenny has volunteered as a therapist for numerous athletic events, such as the Whistler Gran Fondo, and the North Vancouver Knee Knacker Trail Race.

Outside of massage therapy, Kenny enjoys spending time with his two young children and training for endurance sports. Kenny has participated in numerous events including the Oliver Half Ironman, Xterra triathlon, and 5 Peaks trail running series.

Kenny is available Mondays 7am-1pm, Tuesdays 1-7pm, Wednesdays 7-1pm and Thursdays 1-7pm at the Physiomoves Ocean Park Clinic.

Rob Wright is a certified professional bike fitter who is now available to provide bike fits at the Physiomoves Panorama location. He has been performing bike fits for over 12 years, and works with cyclists and triathletes of all ages and abilities. Rob uses dynamic, specialized sizing tools to ensure an optimal, customized bike fit. For more information about Rob and his services, please refer to his website Bike Fit Solutions

Surrey Location

Call us: 604.575.7477

Find us: #110, 5620 152nd St. Surrey, BC
Located at Hwy 10 & 152nd St.
(1st Floor of Rodeo Square building)


South Surrey Location

Call us: 604.385.4000

Find us:  1599- 128th St. South Surrey, BC
Located at 16th ave & 128th St. in Ocean Park
(next to Schill Insurance)