Carolane is a Registered Physiotherapist with the College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC). She graduated from the University of Sherbrooke (Quebec) with a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy, after obtaining her Bachelor in Health Sciences.
Since the beginning of her studies, Carolane has shown a strong interest for pelvic floor rehabilitation and women’s health, as well as for sport injuries and orthopaedic rehab. She has also been working with junior & semi-pro hockey and football teams for three years.
Carolane is passionate about sports in general; she played hockey for 11 years and is an adept hiker, weightlifter, yogi, biker and runner.
Her approach is centered on the patients and their goals: she will use her expertise to provide patients the best necessary tools to improve their health and to guide them through their journey to better wellness.
BSc(Kin), MPT, CSCS
Chris completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC after a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at the University of New Brunswick. He has several years of experience working as personal trainer and Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist. This passion for helping his clients achieve greater health and reach their goals was the driving force that led Chris to pursue a career in physiotherapy. His knowledge and experience allow him to provide progressive and complete rehabilitation to his clients.
His practice is guided by current research, clinical experiences, and patient preference and integrates manual therapy, exercise prescription, and education. Chris believes that people experiencing pain and injury should not just be rehabilitated back to their baseline but that their journey should continue to progress to greater health and performance.
Since moving to BC from Nova Scotia 10 years ago, Chris has embraced everything the Coast Mountains have to offer including skiing, hiking, mountain biking, and trail running. He has completed several ultramarathons and believes that a strong, healthy body allows for optimal engagement in sport and life.
Matt was born and raised in North Vancouver, BC. He completed his Bachelors of Science in Anatomy and Cellular Biology at McGill University in Montreal where he also served as the student therapist for the men’s varsity rugby and soccer teams. Needing a new adventure Matt then moved to Scotland to pursue his Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Robert Gordon University.
Matt is inspired by the resiliency of the human body and motivates his clients to take on a positive and active role in their biopsychosocial health regardless of age, condition, or previous level of activity. He combines manual therapy, personalized exercise prescription and pain neuroscience education to provide his clients with the tools necessary to self-manage and get back to living their best lives.
He is currently in the process of completing his level 1 certification of the Canadian Orthopaedic Division of Manual Therapy and plans to pursue further education in intramuscular stimulation, orthopedics and concussion management.
Matt also works part-time at the Lions Gate Hospital as both an inpatient and outpatient physiotherapist.
When not in the clinic Matt can be found playing for Norvan FC in the Vancouver Metro Soccer League, training to qualify for the Boston Marathon in 2019 and exploring all that the West Coast has to offer!
Meghan is a Registered Physiotherapist with a Masters of Physical Therapy degree from UBC. She has continued her education with training in orthopaedic manual therapy (completed Level 1, Level 2 of Orthopaedic Division), Certification in Medical Acupuncture (Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute) and has taken courses in the Thoracic Ring Approach (Sports Thorax). She also has training in concussion management and recovery from persistent symptoms.
Amélie is a registered physiotherapist in BC. She graduated from Laval University with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. Until now she has been located in Quebec City but has recently relocated to Vancouver.
She started her career as a physiotherapist at a sport medicine clinic in Quebec and was working with different clientele from pediatric to elderly people. She also worked with different sports teams in the field of hockey, football, basketball, soccer, baseball, running and cycling. She has previous experience in shoulder rehabilitation (including a course with Lyn Watson), K-taping, lower limb injuries and Functional Dry Needling (a form of Intramuscular Stimulation). Amélie has her Level I in Manual Therapy and is pursuing further levels. Her approach with patients is focusing on manual therapy, postural corrections and exercise prescriptions. Amélie thinks that the key for a successful rehabilitation for any injuries is education. Patients who understand their body will heal properly and be able to reach their goals.
Outside of the clinic Amélie, is a competitive runner who currently enjoys half-marathons, swimming, biking, surfing, yoga, weight training, and hiking. One of her passion is nutrition and finding ways to live and enjoy an healthy life.
Neurokinetic Therapy® Certified
Jason graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. He has a special interest in orthopaedics and sports injury rehab, using a manual therapy and exercise-based approach to treatment. He has additional training in Kinetacore Functional Dry Needling (FDN), a form of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Massage (IASTM).
Jason believes in helping people get back to their pre-injury activities as soon as possible while minimizing their chance of re-injury. He has experience working with individual from a variety of backgrounds including paramedics, RCMP, and athletes of all levels. This past year he worked with many volleyball players from the North Shore helping to resolve shoulder and lower back injuries.
Aside from sports injuries, he has a special interest in treating clients who have been in a motor vehicle accidents, workplace injuries, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries and repairs, and lower back and shoulder injuries. In his free time enjoys hiking the local mountains with his German Shepherd, Deja, snowshoeing at Mount Seymour, strength conditioning and running.
Dr. Kim Graham
Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine
Kim graduated from the International College of Traditional Chinese Medicine of Vancouver (ICTCM) in 2002 at the top of her class, completing 4 of her total 8 years of study in both Eastern and Western medicine.
Upon her graduation from ICTCM in 2002, and successful completion of the Provincial Acupuncture licensing exam, she furthered her studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine to include the treatment of Addiction and Mental Illness, which were of special interest to her. Since then, she has continued to work with a wide variety of clientele from addicted and mentally ill populations to endurance athletes throughout the lower mainland.
Further to her successfully completing the Provincial licensing exams for Traditional Chinese Acupuncture (R.Ac) and Herbology (R.TCM.P), she also achieved the highest level of certification in BC by completing the Provincial Doctorate Licensing Exam for Traditional Chinese Medicine entitling her to the designation of Dr.TCM. She has participated as an expert committee member to improve Dr.TCM competencies for TCM & Acupuncture in BC with the CTCMA. In March 2014, she was appointed as a professional member to the Healthcare Practitioners Special Committee for Audit by BC’s Ministry of Health and sits on the Program Advisory Committee for Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s new TCM program.
This extensive training in both Eastern & Western medicine has given Kim an exceptional understanding of the human body, and a unique holistic perspective of how it works. “Balance in all things”, she believes, is the key to leading a healthy, happy life.
Kim has taken her passion for healthy living beyond her practice of TCM and acupuncture to help motivate and inspire others. In 2007 she became certified as a BCRPA Group Fitness Leader, and later as a Yoga Fitness Leader through Red Door Yoga. She currently teaches bootcamp style group fitness classes in West Vancouver with her own fitness company, and has helped many first-timers cross the finish line of their first race.
Since moving to the North Shore in 2002, Kim has taken advantage of all the athletic opportunities that it offers. It is not unusual for her to ski, bike, swim and run all in the same day. Her greatest passion, however, is for open water/ocean swimming. She can be found most days in the chill of the Pacific off of West Vancouver, well into the winter months.
As part of the Movéo team, Kim looks forward to meeting and working with you to help you achieve or recover your optimum health & balance.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner