Clinics Re-Opening – May 25 in North Van & June 1 in Walnut Grove

Movéo Sport & Rehabilitation Centre is so excited that our patients are able to physically return to our clinic.  We have put a lot of work into making sure our patients feel safe returning to our care! We want you to know that all of our policies and procedures for our “new normal” have been directed by the BC Government, WorkSafe BC and all of our regulatory college guidelines. 

Here’s a summary of some of the changes you can expect when you visit Movéo:


  • When booking an appointment, you will be prompted to complete a BC COVID-19 SELF ASSESSMENT.  You will be required to complete an additional one when you arrive at the clinic on the day of your appointment.
  • Please plan your arrival at the clinic at your scheduled appointment time (not early and not late) to avoid heavy traffic in the waiting areas.  If you arrive early please wait in your vehicle or outside.
  • We ask that patients do not bring family members or other visitors with them to avoid increasing the amount of people in the clinic at a given time.  Exceptions include if the patient is a minor and needs to be accompanied by a guardian, or is an individual with mobility restrictions and requires assistance.
  • Hand sanitization and/or hand washing required upon entry to the clinic
  • Each visitor will be required to wear a face mask in order to receive treatment.
  • We have administered social distancing signage for the waiting room and one-way arrows in the hallways for clinic flow.
  • Areas that visitors must come into contact with will be consistently sanitized by clinic staff (POS machines, treatment tables, exercise equipment etc.)
  • Doors will be kept open where possible to avoid the touching of door handles.
  • We encourage contactless payment (via JANE PAYMENTS, or tap). Receipts will be emailed if preferred.
  • High touch items will be carefully sanitized. Items that cannot be sanitized properly have been removed.


  • A BC COVID-19 SELF ASSESSMENT FORM will be filled out prior to each shift by all staff members and practitioners.
  • Hand sanitization and/or hand washing upon entry to the clinic and after completion of each treatment session
  • Practitioners will be required to wear a face mask for each treatment.
  • Treatment will take place on every other treatment table in the open treatment areas or in the private treatment rooms.
  • Each appointment will have additional time at the end of the session for the practitioner to disinfect the treatment area.
  • Treatment start times will be staggered to avoid congregation in the waiting room.
  • Limited use and number of people in the gym areas at any given time. We will honour social distancing with other individuals in the gym, and use a “wipe-as-you-go” protocol for ensuring all equipment is disinfected after use.
  • Staff will also be maintaining social distancing measures among themselves in the dedicated staff areas to adhere to safety recommendations.
  • Our Kinesiology services are currently only available via telehealth at this time. This service will be returning in-person soon!  

We appreciate your co-operation as we navigate this journey,

Movéo Sport & Rehabilitation Centre Inc. Staff & Management


Debbie Wallace

Debbie Wallace
Email: debbie@moveo.ca


‎Debbie completed her BSc in Physiotherapy in 2002 at Brunel University in London, England. She started her career working for a large London hospital and covered all areas of physiotherapy including acute orthopedic trauma, critical care and post surgical rehabilitation. Debbie completed post gradate courses in range of orthopedic conditions and advanced treatment methods. She went on to work with in a National sports Centre in the UK treating high level athletes and worked alongside the British Amateur Gymnastics association at various events across Europe. Since moving to Canada in 2009 she has worked for Fraser Health Authority , most recently as the Clinical Practice Leader for the Physiotherapy department. She comes to Movéo to continue her work in orthopedic rehabilitation treating all sport or work injuries and post surgical rehab. Debbie uses a combination of manual hands on skills, exercise prescription and education to help you regain your quality of life.

Active Rehabilitation

Active Rehabilitation

What is Active Rehabilitation?:

An individualized program designed by a heath care professional to return clients back to work, sport and daily activities.


Following a thorough assessment by one of the Physiotherapists or Chiropractors a treatment plan consisting of Kinesiology sessions will be devised.

Sessions will take place 2 to 5 days per week for 30 minutes to 2 hours.

The program will consist of:

• Restoring range of motion and reducing pain
• Improving posture and muscular imbalances by a mix of specific strengthening and stretching
• Functional core training, cardiovascular training and improving overall strength
• Improving balance, proprioception and flexibility
• Work specific exercises

The goal is to ensure our clients receive the knowledge base and tools to continue at home or gym and avoid future injuries.


The program is open to all clients who would benefit from an active approach to injury rehabilitation, including those that have sustained a motor vehicle accident (ICBC Claim) or work place injury (WCB Claim).

$70 – 1 hour
$55 – 30 Minutes
$110 – Paired Training

Active Rehabilitation Hours:

Mondays: 1:00 – 6:00pm

Wednesdays: 2:30 – 5:30pm

Fridays: 2:00 – 5:00pm

Call or book online today!

Amélie Mainguy Deslandes

Amélie Mainguy Deslandes

Registered Physiotherapist

Email: amelie@moveo.ca


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.