Jenny Biegler, BSc, MPT (Registered Physiotherapist)
Jenny received a Masters of Physical Therapy degree from the University of British Columbia and additionally holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria. She has training in Functional Dry Needling/Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), soft tissue
release and manual therapy techniques.
Growing up on Vancouver Island, sports and recreation have always been an integral part of her lifestyle. She has played softball, soccer and volleyball since she was old enough to catch, kick or hit a ball. Jenny volunteers her time educating youth athletic teams and senior centers on injury prevention. She is part of the medical team for Elite Men’s and Women’s Rugby and teaches injury prevention classes for elite and novice swimmers.
Her physiotherapy philosophy is one that incorporates manual therapy techniques, patient education, and individualized exercise prescription to enable appropriate healing and prevent future injuries. With an array of experience from post-motor vehicle accident injuries, sports injuries
and geriatric health, she welcomes all patients looking to optimize their function and fitness, decrease their pain, and improve their overall health. You can find Jenny at Avita Health and Massage Therapy Center in North Vancouver.
Phone: 604-980- 4491
Connor Son, RMT, FST
I am a life and fitness enthusiast with a goal of mastering manual therapy. From the fitness clubs to the CrossFit gym to the gymnastic, I never stop learning and never will. I combine my understanding of body mechanics, strength training, and a motivational outlook to my Registered Massage Therapy practice. I use a variety of techniques to formulate the most effective treatment, specializing in deep tissue, sports massage, structural integration, and fascial stretch therapy. I always aim to offer higher quality manual therapy by providing deep, thorough and engaging treatments that is tailored to higher level athletes.
My Professional Background and Experience:
– Graduate, Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto, Ontario
– Personal trainer devoted to helping clients achieve their fitness goals and improve their lifestyles.
– 2016 Olympic Game Trials: Sports Massage Therapist for Richmond Rapid Men & National Swim Team
– 2016 Burnaby Lake Rugby Club
I am certified in providing:
– Adaptive Body Work Structural Integration – Adaptivebodywork.com
– Fascial Stretch Therapy (FST)
– Acupressure/Shiatsu massage
– Active Myofascial Release
– Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization
– Kinesiology Taping – RockTape®
– Strength/Rehab training
I practice at Medsport 360 located in Yaletown and Avita health in North Vancouver
Dr. Daniel Birch is a chiropractor with Avita Health and Massage Therapy Center in North Vancouver, B.C. Daniel has been involved with the Burnaby Rugby Club’s multi-disciplinary treatment team since 2015. He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C. Following his work as a kinesiologist he attended the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, ONT, and graduated with a Doctorate of Chiropractic. Daniel has a diverse clinical approach combining chiropractic care, exercise therapy, as well as, being an Active Release Technique provider and proficient in instrumented assisted soft tissue techniques. Daniel has a variety of experiences treating athletes of various sports, work place injuries and more.
For more information or to book an appointment please feel free to contact the Avita Health and Massage at 604-980- 4491, check out the website at www.avitahealth.ca or online through Facebook or Instagram @drdanielbirch.
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