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Physio2U is proud to serve eighteen cities around the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley including Coquitlam. We do not charge extra for travel expenses so you won’t pay more to be treated in the comfort of your own home.
During your at-home physiotherapy session we’ll spend one-hour with you treating your condition and showing you exercises you can do in your home to help alleviate your symptoms. Many of our patients find physiotherapy at-home makes keeping up with your physio exercises much easier because you’ll receive a demonstration of how to perform them accurately and safely in your home until your next appointment.
At-home physiotherapy is becoming increasingly popular with patients who have limited mobility as a result of their condition. You don’t have to leave your home to be treated by a Physio2U physiotherapist. The services we offer cover a wide range of conditions and are offered by Registered Physiotherapists so you can be confident that you’re being treated by a licensed practitioner. All of our services are eligible for reimbursement from your insurance provider if you have extended health benefits.
Specializing in senior care
Taking time to listen
Bringing care to you
Adapting to your schedule
Building personal connections
Communicated Recovery Process
Regular progress reports
Comfort at Home
Prioritizing your safety
A Voice for
Working directly with doctors
Meet one-on-one with a Physio2U therapist to share the pain and mobility
issues your parent or loved one is facing, then explore the solutions.
Helping them more freely is just a phone call away.
Tri Cities, Burnaby, New Westminster, Vancouver
Growing up in the Lower Mainland, Sam has always had a passion for health care. Shortly after completing her Bachelor of Science in Biology at the University of Victoria in 2001, while travelling, she suffered several ankle sprains and turned to a physiotherapist for help once she returned home. During this experience, she realized she wanted to help people feel better as a physiotherapist and within a year she was attending the Master of Physical Therapy program at the University of Western Ontario.
After graduating in 2004, she returned to BC to start work with the Fraser Health Authority where she was able to consolidate her learning and treat a wide variety of clients at different stages of recovery. Sam’s extensive experience includes acute care, public home health, cancer rehabilitation and palliative care. Sam enjoys the unique challenge that working with clients in their homes brings, as she believes it is in the home that physiotherapists can have the most significant impact on a client’s quality of life and function.
Using a holistic approach, Sam’s goal is to empower clients to remain independent, safe and confident in their home setting. She enjoys taking courses to enhance her practice and most recently completed training to become a Certified Lymphedema Therapist. Sam is also a practicing yoga teacher and her goal is to make yoga accessible to anyone that is open to learning the amazing benefits that yoga has to offer.
In addition to Empowering Lives, you can find Sam on her yoga mat, walking her dog in the park, and traveling the world with her husband.
Arturo completed his physiotherapy degree at the University of Rosary in Bogota, Colombia in 1993 and has been working in the rehabilitation industry in Canada since 1999. With over 25 years of experience, he has developed a wide skill set including treatment of geriatrics, pediatrics, acquired brain injuries, orthopaedics, cardio-pulmonary diseases and vertigo. He has worked in acute care, long-term care, private practice and community-based settings. Arturo has completed specialized training in vestibular rehabilitation through the Emory University School of Medicine. He gets great results helping people get rid of dizzy spells who suffer from benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV). His comprehensive assessment includes the use of Frenzel goggles. Arturo also evaluates Internationally Educated Physiotherapists through the University of British Columbia. He is fluent in English and Spanish and loves to empower lives.