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NEW CLIENTS AND INITIAL ASSESSMENTS When booking online, please pre-book 3 follow up visits, at 1-2 week intervals after your initial assessment. Please ensure these are booked with the same therapist.

COVID POLICIES Please ensure you complete your online Covid screening prior to entering the clinic. All clients MUST wear a mask and be negative for symptoms of Covid 19, have not travelled in the previous 14 days, and have not participated in any ‘high risk’ activities according to the current public health orders. If you are unable to make your appointment in person, consider converting your appointment to an online visit instead of cancelling. We are currently booking several weeks in advance and cancelling may result in a significant delay in your progress/ treatment. If you are not sure whether you would benefit from an online session, your practitioner is happy to answer any questions you may have.

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Pelvic Floor/Prenatal/Postpartum Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are primary health care providers with an important role in health promotion and the treatment of acute and chronic conditions. Pelvic floor physiotherapists, have obtained additional training to be able to complete internal exams. This allows our practitioners, to have an in depth understanding of your core health and provide the best care and treatment possible. Please book w... Read More

Physiotherapists are primary health care providers with an important role in health promotion and the treatment of acute and chronic conditions. Pelvic floor physiotherapists, have obtained additional training to be able to complete internal exams. This allows our practitioners, to have an in depth understanding of your core health and provide the best care and treatment possible. Please book with one of our pelvic health practitioners for your pelvic/prenatal/postpartum assessments.


Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are primary health care providers with an important role in health promotion and the treatment of acute and chronic conditions. We understand how the body works and the mechanics required to keep it functioning optimally. During your sessions, your physical therapist will use their expert knowledge in combination with hands on clinical assessment techniques to assess, diagnose ... Read More

Physiotherapists are primary health care providers with an important role in health promotion and the treatment of acute and chronic conditions. We understand how the body works and the mechanics required to keep it functioning optimally. During your sessions, your physical therapist will use their expert knowledge in combination with hands on clinical assessment techniques to assess, diagnose and treat your symptoms. We offer a manual therapy approach, as well as Functional dry needling (IMS) and medical acupuncture to help you return to function as quickly as possible. Please check out the Canadian Physiotherapy association, or the physiotherapy association of BC for more information.


Clinical Pilates


Exercise Rehabilitation

Exercise rehabilitation with a pelvic floor focus! Our exercise rehabilitation professionals focus on pregnancy, postpartum and pelvic floor strengthening. YOU MUST FIRST BE ASSESSED BY ONE OF OUR PHYSIOTHERAPISTS BEFORE BOOKING EXERCISE REHABILITATION. If you are looking for pre-natal, postpartum and pelvic floor personal training sessions, please contact us directly to book.


Kinesiology / Athletic Therapy

Kinesiologists are trained movement experts! Exercise and movement are one of the best ways to heal faster, prevent injury and increase your overall feelings wellbeing. Kinesiologists provide exercise rehabilitation for all injuries including those sustained at work, at play and motor vehicle accidents. ICBC has now approved 12 sessions with a registered Kinesiologist to help you recover faster... Read More

Kinesiologists are trained movement experts! Exercise and movement are one of the best ways to heal faster, prevent injury and increase your overall feelings wellbeing. Kinesiologists provide exercise rehabilitation for all injuries including those sustained at work, at play and motor vehicle accidents. ICBC has now approved 12 sessions with a registered Kinesiologist to help you recover faster from your injuries. Some extended health plans also provide coverage for Kinesiology.

Choose this option for Kinesiology appointments and ICBC.


TeleHealth

Connect with a registered physiotherapist, kinesiologist or physiotherapy support worker from the comfort of your own home! These sessions are perfect for those individuals who would like to connect with us to ask questions, progress your exercises, update your therapist on your progress to date, immediate postpartum recovery support and for pelvic floor prenatal education. Contact us to see if... Read More

Connect with a registered physiotherapist, kinesiologist or physiotherapy support worker from the comfort of your own home! These sessions are perfect for those individuals who would like to connect with us to ask questions, progress your exercises, update your therapist on your progress to date, immediate postpartum recovery support and for pelvic floor prenatal education. Contact us to see if a virtual therapy session is right for you!


Breast Health

Our registered physiotherapists are trained to treat medicated mastitis and clogged milk ducts. If you are struggling with breast health postpartum, we are here to help!

Gloria Cheung (she/her) BSc (Kinesiology), MPT Other designations: CAFCI, FDN 1, Pelvic Floor Rehab Urosante Level 1 Connect Therapy™ Series Graduate Dr Linda Joy Lee Certified Rost Therapy Clinician for Pelvic Girdle Pain during and after Pregnancy Calibrate Clinical Pilates (Mat and Reformer)

I completed my Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of Sydney in 2013 after obtaining my Bachelors of Kinesiology degree at SFU. Prior to becoming a Physiotherapist, I worked as a Kinesiologist, where I gained experience with prescribing exercises and addressing movement patterns. My passion for travelling and learning led me to study Physiotherapy in Australia. Running is my passion and endurance training is my therapy. I have completed numerous half-marathons, marathons and some sprint triathlons.

My interest for Womens’s health sparked when I was a young girl watching my mom suffer from gynaecological issues. I wanted to learn more and help more women which led me to get certified in Pelvic Floor Rehab with UroSantἐ in 2016. I am passionate about life long learning and have completed numerous post-graduate courses in manual therapy, acupuncture, and dry needling. I completed the Connect Therapy™ Series and Thoracic Ring Approach with Dr. Linda Joy Lee which involves whole body assessment, finding the drivers of dysfunction and treating the whole person.

The body and mind are interconnected and I strive to create a safe space for people to talk about their pelvic health. I believe strongly in listening to my clients, providing hands-on treatment with a focus on education, active exercise and treating the root cause of the problem. Recently, I trained with Calibrate Pilates, a Pilates training program for Rehabilitation professionals. I enjoy integrating Pilates based exercises into my practice to help clients move with more ease, build a stronger foundation and create more body awareness. As a new mom, I was lucky to have a very positive birthing experience. Our bodies and mind go through an amazing transformation. My goal is to provide women with the confidence and knowledge to trust their bodies during the journey of pregnancy, birth and motherhood. I want to empower women to understand their bodies and help women transition through different stages of life: Bump and beyond and to return to the things that they LOVE to do. I am excited to join the awesome team at BUMP supporting other women.

Gloria Cheung (she/her) BSc (Kinesiology), MPT Other designations: CAFCI, FDN 1, Pelvic Floor Re... Read More

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Lacey Forsyth (she/her), Owner & Registered Physiotherapist BA.(Hons); MA; MPT Other designations: CAFCI, FDN 2, CAPP-OB

I graduated from the University of BC with my Master’s in Physical Therapy after receiving my Master of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University in 2010. I have a passion for helping others live their healthiest and best life.

My interest in pregnancy and postpartum physiotherapy started when I was pregnant with my second child. I was very curious about how women dealt with the physical, emotional and psychological changes in pregnancy. After working for a number of years in various areas of public and private practice, I realized there was significant gap in clinical care for pregnant and postpartum women which inspired me to open Bump physio & co in 2018.

Over the past few years, I have gained valuable experience in orthopaedic rehabilitation, treating sports injuries and post surgical rehab. I have taken a number of post graduate courses to advance my skills. Most recently I completed my Obstetric Physiotherapy certification (CAPP-OB) through the American Physiotherapy Association. I am also fully certified in medical acupuncture and Functional Dry Needling (Kinetacore). I am a passionate life-long learner and continue my ongoing education and I’m active member of the Physiotherapy Association of BC and the triities community. 

NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS Lacey Forsyth (she/her), Owner & Registered Physiotherapis... Read More

Kimberley (she/her) graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology in 2007. She went on to continue her education at the University of Alberta, graduating in 2010 with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. Since graduating, she has returned to BC, and has been working in the Fraser Valley helping people get healthy, optimize their function and return to the things they love!

Kimberley is a lifelong learner who is always keen to expand her knowledge and skill set. After years of working in private practice, treating a wide variety of clients with various orthopedic conditions, it was this drive to further understand how the body functions that lead her to pursue further training in Pelvic Health Physiotherapy (well, that and having 2 kids)!

Kimberley employs a client centered, biopsychosocial, and active approach to treatment. She draws from her educational background in Kinesiology and post graduate training in manual therapy and dry needling to tailor a treatment plan to each individual based on the nature of their presenting concern, their stage in recovery, and their goals for treatment. She recognizes that to achieve optimal treatment outcomes it must be recognized that each individual functions as a whole person who knows their body best and is required to be an active participation their own recovery.

In her spare time you can find her building sandcastle at the beach with her two littles, exploring nature with her family, and attempting to find time to do some self-care she recommend for her clients (reading a book, doing some yoga, deep breathing…)!

Kimberley (she/her) graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelors of Science in Kinesio... Read More

Alison Martin, Registered Physiotherapist BComm, MPT Other designations: PH Level 1, PH Level 2B

Hello! My name is Alison (she/her). I grew up in the Prairies and have gradually moved west, making BC my home. I completed my Bachelor of Commerce degree in 2000 from the University of Saskatchewan and went on to work in business. I love being outdoors, and through activities like running and hiking I sustained some injuries for which I sought out the expertise of local physical therapists. I fell in love with the profession of physiotherapy and decided to take a chance! In 2011, I completed my Masters of Physiotherapy degree at the University of British Columbia. My interest in women’s health started during my studies, and I took my first pelvic health course in 2012. Life took me to a different area of practice while I had my own children, working in both private orthopedic practice as well as in acute care and rehabilitation within Fraser Health.

Since returning to practice in pelvic physiotherapy, I’ve had the pleasure of taking numerous courses, including:

• Pelvic Floor Level 1 & Level 2B (Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute) • Caring for the pregnant patient • Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (Dayan Werner Pelvic Rehab) • Coccydynia (Rost Therapy) - ongoing • Soft Tissue Release • Ortho Level 1 • Vestibular Rehabilitation • Concussion management workshop (Concussion Rehab Works)

I am also excited to be currently taking a course called PhysioYoga and the Pelvic Floor, as well as a course on female athletes and being ready for high-intensity training and impact postpartum.

I have two, very energetic young boys. My labours were very fast (precipitous) and I ended up having an episiotomy with my first child. Through my postpartum journey I have dealt with pelvic floor dysfunctions including pelvic pain and scarring, prolapse, and incontinence. To help with my recovery, I saw a pelvic floor physiotherapist who helped me resolve my concerns. Pelvic health is a lifelong journey for us all!

In my spare time you will usually find me out and about with my boys. Yoga is a daily part of my life, I enjoy hiking, and I am working on my own return to running. Next on my list of ventures is to begin some basic trail riding with my boys!

I am so happy to have joined Bump Physio & Co and I look forward to helping other women achieve their pelvic health goals!

Alison Martin, Registered Physiotherapist BComm, MPT Other designations: PH Level 1, PH Level 2B ... Read More

Kirstin (she/her) graduated from SFU with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in Active Health and Rehabilitation in 2017. During her undergrad degree, she completed three co-operative education semesters, two of which were spent in a physiotherapy clinic in an occupational rehabilitation program. Since then, she has gained extensive experience working with occupational rehab, ICBC and personal training clients.

In January 2019, Kirstin started teaching group physio classes with Bump Physio and Lift Fitness. This started to grow her passion for women’s health, and it has only expanded. She values using evidence-based practices to help her clients achieve their physical goals and believes exercise truly is medicine.

She has taken a Soft Tissue Release Level 1 course and has seen the benefit to integrating active releases with activity to help manage pain and recover from injury.

When she’s not in the clinic, Kirstin enjoys a good cup of coffee, reading, yoga, hiking, skiing and soccer!

Kirstin (she/her) graduated from SFU with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentrati... Read More

Amy Tao Clinical Practice Lead, Registered Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor B.Sc. (Kin), BFA, MPT, CAFCI

Hello, my name is Amy (she/her). I graduated from the Master of Physical Therapy program at UBC in 2012 after completing a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance at Simon Fraser University. Dance has been a big part of my life from a young age and sparked a lifelong interest in movement and the human body, ultimately leading me on the path to becoming a physiotherapist.

I discovered the value of pelvic floor physiotherapy after developing pubic symphysis pain during my second pregnancy and pelvic organ prolapse and stress incontinence postpartum. This firsthand experience motivated me to make a significant career shift and pursue my passion for this area of practice, as I wanted to learn how to help myself and others with similar issues.

Previously, I worked for many years with clients with neurological conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and Parkinson’s disease, helping to improve their function and quality of life. This experience has greatly influenced my treatment philosophy of addressing the whole body and the whole person, considering all aspects of their being using a biopsychosocial approach. I am especially passionate about working with clients with chronic/persistent pain conditions, including pelvic pain.

I love to learn and have taken numerous courses including:

• Pelvic Floor Level 1 (Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehabilitation Institute) • Level 2 and 3A: Female and Male Pelvic Pain (Pelvic Health Solutions) • Pregnancy, Pelvic Girdle Pain & the Pelvic Floor • The Abdominal Wall After Pregnancy & Diastasis Rectus Abdominus (Diane Lee) • Exercise Reframed: Exercises for a Sensitive Nervous System • Bowel and Bladder Treatment of the Client with Neurologic Dysfunction • Levels 1 & 2 STOTT PILATES® Rehab Mat and Reformer • Certified in Anatomical Acupuncture through Acupuncture Canada • Basic Bobath Course: The Assessment and Treatment of Adults with Neurological Conditions

In my downtime, you’ll find me exploring the forest with my two boys, paddling a kayak or canoe, on my yoga mat, or dancing in my living room. I feel so fortunate to be a part of the Bump family and am excited to have a role in the personal and professional development of our team and finding innovative ways to improve client care and outcomes!

Amy Tao Clinical Practice Lead, Registered Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor B.Sc. (K... Read More

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