Lianne Van VaalenRegistered Physiotherapist, Owner
In 2011, I graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology, and in 2015 I completed my Masters of Physiotherapy at Queens University.
I am passionate about helping people of all ages and abilities reach their personal goals. Combining my physical therapy skills with my prior experience as a competitive athlete and personal trainer, I hope to help people get back to their previous levels of participation and activity.
I have taken additional training in Pelvic Health Rehabilitation, Functional Dry Needling (IMS), Manual Therapy, Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT), Soft Tissue Release, and Management in Post-Concussion Syndrome.
My passion for pelvic floor rehab started while I was pregnant with my son and realized there was a huge gap in pre/postpartum support for women in our community. I have now started my journey in specializing in women’s pelvic health, and I am excited to educate, empower, and treat pelvic floor dysfunction.
My treatment practice includes using manual therapy techniques to help reduce pain and improve function, and exercise prescription for long lasting relief and self-management.
I love the Fraser Valley and all the outdoor activities it has to offer. On weekends you’ll find me hiking, snowboarding, climbing, or doing yoga.
Evin graduated from UBC with a Bachelors in Human Kinetics in 2010, and then went on to do his Masters of Physical Therapy in 2012.
He has additional training in Manual Therapy, Functional Dry Needling (IMS), Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization (DNS), Concussion Rehabilitation, and Vestibular Rehabilitation.
Evin strives to facilitate better movement and management of impairment with the use of manual therapies and movement re-education. Ultimately his goal is to empower clients to understand their impairments and learn how to self manage them in order to reach their functional goals.
Evin is husband to Brooke (another amazing Physiotherapist), and is dad to Sophie and Hadley. He loves any excuse to get outside and work up a sweat, year round.