Overcome Injuries with White Rock Orthopaedic & Sports Physiotherapists

Welcome to the White Rock Orthopaedic & Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, one of the largest and longest established physiotherapy practices in the area.

Enjoy these amenities at our location:

  • Bright, spacious 3000 square foot clinic located on the main floor of the Windsor Square Mall
  • Ample parking and wheelchair access
  • Handy Dart drop off right to the door
  • Transit bus service to the door

We offer:

  • A wide array of treatment options
  • State of the art equipment
  • Multiple overhead grids with slings and springs for rehab following hip, knee, shoulder and elbow surgeries
  • Cervical and lumbar traction system for spinal decompression
  • Fully equipped rehab gym including cycles, shuttles, wall bar apparatus, multiple wall pulley systems, rowing machine, and stair climber
  • Parallel bars with balance and gait training area
  • Whirlpool hydrotherapy for wrist and hand rehabilitation
  • Specialized hand therapy tables and rehab equipment
  • Therapy balls, weighted balls, therapy bands, Bosu balls, body blades, Fitter ski trainer and more

Electrotherapy and modalities are used to:

  • Reduce pain, swelling and inflammation
  • Break down scar tissue and adhesions
  • Break down pathological calcium deposits (ultrasound)
  • Improve strength of healing ligaments and tendons
  • Stimulate circulation and improved healing response
  • Reduce neurological inhibition and encourage muscle development
  • Eliminate muscle spasm pain cycle
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Electrotherapy available:

  • Ultrasound
  • Laser Therapy
  • Interferential Current Therapy (IFC)
  • Neuromuscular Stimulation (EMS)
  • TENS – Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

Treatment available:

  • Manual therapy – mobilization – gentle gliding movement or traction to joints
  • Soft tissue massage, stretching and release techniques
  • Core stabilization and postural education and training
  • Balance training
  • Stretching – active and passive
  • Strengthening programmes – specific to injury and prevention of further injury
  • Spinal decompression / traction
  • Electrotherapy – ultrasound, laser, interferential current or TENS to reduce muscle tension and stimulate circulation, break down scar tissue, adhesions and problematic calcium deposits, reduce pain and inflammation and promote healing
  • Taping – for stability, pain relief and postural re-education
  • Gait training
  • Education

Other treatment:

  • Friction massage – to help break down scar tissue and adhesions and hypersensitive nerves
  • Mobilization – gentle gliding/oscillating or traction to joints
    • Helps reduce pain and improve muscle and joint mobility
    • Assists in stretching overly tight soft tissue
    • Helps prevent immobility, loss of function and imbalance
  • Spinal decompression traction therapy – cervical, thoracic or lumbar
  • Muscle energy techniques
  • Active and passive stretching
  • Education toward a home-based program of exercises and techniques to allow effective, safe return to activity or sports and prevention of further injury
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Therapeutic exercise:

  • To improve mobility, strength, endurance, balance and stability through a graduated progression of specific exercises
  • Stretching and strengthening exercises specific to the injury
  • Strengthening:
    • Open vs. Closed Chain
    • Concentric vs. Eccentric
    • Isometric vs. Isotonic vs. Isokinetic
  • Core stability – to coordinate breathing, abdominal, spinal and pelvic floor musculature to gain spinal stability required for postural control and balance
  • Balance and proprioception training – recovery of muscle, joint and neurological awareness of position and movement sense - particularly necessary post surgically and in return to sports or work
  • Gait training – to correct and prevent poor habits leading to imbalance, abnormal joint wearing stresses and postural mal-alignment

Your Source for Injury Healing and Prevention

Contact Us


80-1959 152nd Street, Surrey, BC, V4A 9E3


Main 604-535-1412




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Professional Associations

  • Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)
  • Physiotherapy Association of BC (PABC)
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