jessie wu

MPT, B.HSc.(Hons), CAFCI, Clinical Pilates

Jessie is a registered physiotherapist who received her training from the University of British Columbia. She has taken post-graduate courses in advanced manual therapy, spinal rehabilitation, running specific rehab, and acupuncture. She has also completed rehab specific matwork and reformer courses through STOTT Pilates. Most recently, she trained under LJ Lee studying the Thoracic Ring Approach and the ConnectTherapy Model, which focuses on assessing the whole body to identify and treat the root cause of the pain.

Jessie is the physiotherapist for the Leading Edge Triathlon Club as part of their performance enhancement team. She also consults with many yoga instructors and has a special interest in teaching clients how to practice yoga safely. Jessie’s broad range of clinical experience includes sports injuries, neck/back injuries, pelvic dysfunction, arthritis, peri-natal care, and pre/post-surgical rehabilitation. As a therapist, she believes in providing more than band-aid measures, but finding long term solutions and preventing future injuries.

rob iwasaki

B.Sc.P.T., B.Sc.Kin, CAFCI, Clinical Pilates

Rob is a registered physiotherapist who received his training from Queen's University in addition to a degree in kinesiology from SFU. Since graduating in 2002, Rob has developed his skills working for clinics in Ontario, Australia and returning home to the West Coast in 2007. His clinical experience include Olympic athletes, neck/back rehab, ICBC injuries, post-operative rehab and TMJ pain. Rob has completed courses in advanced manual therapy, fascial and visceral systems, acupuncture, clinical STOTT Pilates, and running injuries.

Rob’s treatment philosophy revolves around solving and correcting movement dysfunction and imbalance by integrating manual therapy, exercises and acupuncture. His ‘think out of the box’ approach has also led him to exploring the fascial and visceral systems that affect your movement. Outside the clinic, Rob enjoys family time at the beach and in the mountains, walking on the sunnier side of the streets of Kits and a good craft beer.

For all sessions, you will receive the undivided attention of your therapist who will work with you to achieve your goals.

byron chan


Byron is a registered physiotherapist who received his training from the University of Alberta. He has gone on to take courses in advanced manual therapy and the McKenzie method. He is certified to practice acupuncture and Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS).

Before moving to Vancouver, Byron worked in a practice known for treating spinal issues with the McKenzie method. His clinical experience and interest is in treating neck/back injuries, sports injuries, orthopaedic injuries, and chronic pain. Byron's treatment philosophy includes using a combination of manual therapy, exercise and needling techniques to help clients achieve their goals. When Byron isn't working, you will find him running on the seawall, playing basketball, or eating his wife's delicious baked goods.

charlene copeland

MPT, CAFCI, Clincial Pilates

Charlene is a registered practitioner who received her Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of British Columbia. She continues to stay current with physiotherapy research and treatment with post-graduate courses in manual and manipulative therapy, Clinical Pilates and is certified with Acupuncture Canada. 

Charlene works with her clients to achieve their goals by restoring faulty movement patterns and muscle imbalances to treat the cause of pain, and prevent recurring injury. She uses a variety of techniques including joint mobilization, myofascial release, acupuncture and corrective exercise. Her clinical experience extends from sports injury and post-operative rehabilitation, to chronic neck/back pain and whiplash injury. As a dedicated yoga practitioner herself, she has a special interest in helping fellow yogis practice pain-free.

iyad salloum


Iyad is a physiotherapist who trained at the University of British Columbia following a Bachelor of Science in Physiology and Kinesiology from UBC. To expand his skillset, Iyad has completed courses in manual therapy and soft tissue release to improve joint and muscle function. Iyad’s treatment philosophy centres on integrating the musculoskeletal and nervous systems to restore and improve function with manual therapy, soft tissue therapy and therapeutic exercise.

As a lifelong soccer fanatic, Iyad was thrilled to join the medical team of the Vancouver Whitecaps FC2 on the way to their playoff run in the United Soccer League. During his internship, he managed a wide range of acute and chronic injuries that varied in severity and complexity. Iyad will use these experiences and offer on-field rehabilitation for any of his clients hoping to transition from the clinic to their favourite sports and activity safely and confidently.

caroline mcintosh iwasaki

Registered Massage Therapist

Caroline is a registered massage therapist licenced with the College of Massage Therapists of BC. She has worked in spas, physiotherapy clinics, and massage therapy clinics throughout Ontario and the Lower Mainland.

Caroline is skilled in treating sports and orthopaedic injuries, as well as giving general relaxation massages. She utilizes a combination of techniques such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, and myofascial release. She enjoys working with a variety of clientelle, from office workers to elite athletes, and through all age ranges. In her free time, Caroline enjoys working out, playing soccer, and chasing her little one around.

karen martens

Registered Massage Therapist

Karen is a Registered Massage Therapist licensed with the College of Massage Therapists of BC. She has worked with chiropractors, acupuncturists, and physiotherapists in the Vancouver area.

Karen takes a whole body approach in order to find the root cause of dysfunction. She has experience treating a multitude of health problems such as chronic pain, MS, nerve impingements, headaches, sports related injuries & prevention, car accidents and nerve impingements. Karen uses various massage techniques including myofascial release, deep tissue massage, trigger point release, and joint mobilizations.

In her spare time Karen enjoys travelling, running, biking, and hiking with her dog.

brian redillas

Registered Massage Therapist

Brian has experience treating clients ranging from early teens to centenarians with a range of health problems including MS, chronic pain syndromes, post-MVA related problems, sports-related injuries, muscle tightness, and nerve impingements related to stress, postural issues and everyday wear and tear. He uses direct fascial techniques that can be used with light to deep pressure, along with passive stretching and Swedish massage.

When Brian is not in one of the clinics he works at, he may be found supervising massage students from VCMT (Vancouver College of Massage Therapy) at a clinical outreach based in one of Vancouver’s multi-level care facilities for the aged, enjoying his son’s crazy dance moves, listening to his vinyl collection, spending time with family or trying to find an excuse to wear shorts all year round.

adam mullock

Registered Massage Therapist

With a large passion for sport and activity, but also the understanding of today’s computer and technology lifestyle, I treat with effort and the thought of correcting postural dysfunction to help patients get back to daily activities. I like to make sure my patients understand my process during treatment, explaining and giving insight into what the body needs and why things are happening. In my years of experience in the field, I’ve been able to do exciting things such as working abroad in England and instructing at Langara University’s brand new massage therapy program. I have also taken courses in Kinesio taping and Arthro kinetic Therapy. Outside of work I enjoy going to the gym, playing squash, and spending time walking my dog, Doug, around Vancouver.

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