Jeilin liu, dpt, ma
From a young age, Jielin has developed a fascination for the human body, and its amazing ability to heal. and the dynamic process of aging. After graduating with a Bachelor's degree in Biology and Health Sciences from Queen's University, Jielin moved to Tampa, Florida to pursue her Master's degree in Gerontology, and continued to obtain her Doctorate in Physical Therapy with a Dean's List awarded each year. Her extensive training and work experience have given her a strong foundation in physical therapy, with a specialization in geriatric rehabilitation. Jielin is a firm believer in evidence-based practice and is always willing to learn the most effective ways to help her patients. She has incorporated Dry Needling* into her clinical practice Jielin currently lives in North Delta with her husband and two beautiful daughters. She enjoys hiking, swimming, travelling and leading worship at her church. Jeilin offers services in English and Mandarin Chinese.
*What is Trigger Point Dry Needling (TPDN)?
Dry Needling is defined as the insertion of needles into tender points in the body without the injection of substances. It is a therapeutic technique used by healthcare professionals, typically physiotherapists, to manage and alleviate muscular pain and dysfunction. Trigger Point Dry Needling (TPDN) involves inserting a thin, solid filament needle directly into myofascial trigger points within the muscles, which are tight knots or bands of muscle fibres that can cause pain and restrict movement.
Sarah Stevens, Bsc.PT,DOMP
Sarah Stevens graduated from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Physical and Health Education in 1997, and from Queen's University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. She has pursued other post-graduate courses in manual therapy and manipulation of the joints, acupuncture, pediatrics and recently osteopathy. Sarah graduated from the Canadian School of Osteopathy, Vancouver campus in 2017, with a diploma in Osteopathic manual practice. Please see services we offer for more information.
Physiotherapists use evidence-informed knowledge of rehabilitation sciences, anatomy, kinesiology and physiology to assess, treat, and manage pain, injuries, movement dysfunction, and chronic conditions. The goal of physiotherapy is to empower, promote independence and improve the quality of life.