Angie Anderlini, PT
Angie is a Registered Physiotherapist and is a member of the Physiotherapy Association of BC, and the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Angie graduated from the University of Alberta with a Master of Science in Physical Therapy in 2008. Angie has worked in public health care allowing for a variety of experience acute care and outpatient settings, including intensive care, ER, surgical units, inpatient rehabilitation and medicine units and private clinics. Angie has a diverse background in areas of orthopaedics, neurological, surgical, respiratory, pediatric, chronic disease, senior’s health and pelvic health. Angie uses a combination of manual therapy (soft-tissue massage, passive stretching, joint mobilizations and non-nociceptive touch), acupuncture, education, therapeutic taping, and exercise prescription in her treatments
- BSc Kinesiology – University of the Fraser Valley
- MSc Physical Therapy – University of Alberta
- Certified in Acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute (AFCI)
- McKenzie Institute Canada: Part A – Lumbar Spine
- Certified in Pelvic Health with Pelvic Health Solutions
- Level I: The Physiotherapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence
- Level 2 & 3: Female & Male Pelvic Pain
- Pediatric Incontinence & Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
- Cesarean Birth: The Role of Physiotherapy in Preparation & Recovery
- Diastasis Rectus Abdominis and the Implications for Low back and Pelvic Health
Kathy Adamson, RMT
Kathy was able to maintain her active lifestyle of running, road and mountain biking, weight training, hiking, pilates and anti-gravity yoga through regular massage treatments. She was so impressed with the profession that she decided to change her career and return to school. Kathy completed her massage therapy training in Ontario in August 2014 and registered in BC later that same year. She is also trained in Active Isolated Stretch (AIS) and Dr. Vodder’s Manual Lymphatic Drainage, and continues to upgrade her skills.