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Physio2U is proud to serve eighteen cities around the Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley including North Vancouver. 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.
With 20 years of physiotherapy experience, Twyla has an ongoing desire to make positive and meaningful changes to the health, fitness and quality of life of her clients with practical advice, education and proven interventions. Twyla holds a degree in Physiotherapy from McMaster University, and a degree in Physical Education from the University of Alberta. Her post-graduate studies include a Certificate in Manual Therapy, a Certificate in Medical Acupuncture, as well as numerous courses in Myofascial Release Therapy. Over recent years Twyla has had a particular focus on supporting the senior population with their physiotherapy needs. Previous to this her career saw her treating elite athletes (and weekend warriors) in a large Calgary sports clinic before running away with Cirque du Soleil as a traveling physiotherapist. She toured for five years across Europe, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Uniquely, Twyla’s career has also led her into writing patient-friendly articles that are used to educate clients in clinics across North America and Australia.
Dolores graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy in 1984, and holds several post graduate specializations including Certified Hand Therapist, a Master in the Clinical Management of Pain from the University of Edinburgh, Fracture Prevention Practitioner (Osteoporosis UK), and a mini fellowship in Geriatrics from Stanford University. She is currently studying for her Clinical Doctorate in Physical Therapy.
As Clinical Assistant professor at the University of British Columbia Faculty of Medicine, Dolores guest lectures in rheumatology and hand therapy. She has expertise in persistent pain management, hand therapy, complex orthopaedic conditions, and osteoporotic fracture care. She is a co-author of the FReSH Start toolkit for post hip fracture management which helps older adults transition from hospital to home, and a member of the BC Hip Fracture Redesign team. As a Vancouver Coastal Health practice coordinator, she provides clinical support to a large rehabilitation team of physiotherapists and rehabilitation assistants. She is a researcher and a collaborator at the Centre for Hip Health and Mobility, where she remains actively involved in research projects aimed at improving the lives of older adults with musculoskeletal conditions. As a Physio2U therapist, Dolores provides holistic, patient centered care to restore her clients to their functional goals and active lives.
North Vancouver, West Vancouver
After a few years back East, Kristen has rejoined the Physio2U team! She was inspired to study physiotherapy after seeking rehabilitation for her own knee and back injuries while training for the Ironman Canada Triathlon in 1999. Since graduating from UBC in 2003, Kristen has completed advanced training in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, and is the only Canadian certified therapist of the Domancic Method. Kristen has worked in acute care at Powell River General Hospital, chronic pain management programs, private practice in Vancouver, and at Yaletown House, a care home for elders. Kristen offers a compassionate, client-centred, hands-on approach, combined with therapeutic exercise. She is able to draw from a wide range of experience and techniques to help her clients reach their physical goals and achieve a sense of well-being and personal fulfillment. Welcome back, Kristen!