Wednesday, January 4, 2012

A (busy, fun, growing!) Year in Review

Staying true to our mission, we were fully committed to all-around excellence in 2011. Here are some highlights of the past year. As you can see, we took courses, achieved certifications, were active in and around the Cloverdale/ Surrey/ White Rock communities, and selectively hired more of the best and brightest Physiotherapists out there!

Tyler's knowledge of body mechanics, bike fit and injury prevention was videotaped and is now a permanent feature on the informative website: (there are many others besides this video)

We attended the YMCA Healthy Kids Day and sponsored the Sandcastle City Classic 10km road race in June as well.

  • July: Our baseball pro, Johnny volunteered at the Canada Cup Softball tournament
  • September: Tiphanie Ge joined our Physiotherapy team. Tiphanie is proving to be a major asset at Physiomoves. She is calm and knowledgeable, which works especially well with children and older adults. She is just about licensed to perform acupuncture, something Physiotherapist Kristen (Pummell) Hoffman has been doing at our clinic since she passed all her exams in June 2011. September also saw Kristen tie the knot!
  • October: Our team provided free massages and education to everyone at the Peace Arch Hospital Foundation Great Pumpkin Run- what a beautiful, fun day!
  • November: Johnny, Barry and Tyler sported moustaches and raised over $300 for Thanks for all the votes! Physiomoves helped sponsor the entertainment at the well attended, much loved "Santa at Sullivan" event.
  • December: As if our team wasn't already great, we welcomed Christine (De Pape) Campbell to our team permanently, a former national level Field Hockey player and experienced Physiotherapist. We are also ecstatic to have Jessica Deglau on our team for locum work. Jessica is an international swimming sensation, having competed in the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games!

Thank you to all our clients, friends and professional colleagues who trust Physiomoves to help move their bodies better. We are excited to help you stay injury free and achieve all your health goals for 2012!