Please note we are a private clinic and require a referral. Referrals are only accepted if sent by a family physician or specialist. Initial consultations directed to our specialist physicians are covered by BC Medical.

Sleep Intervention

One of the main symptoms post concussion is inadequate sleep patterns. Evidence based treatment to improve sleep and improve the brain’s ability to recover from injury and learn new skills

Neurology Assessment

Comprehensive neurological assessment following concussion or mild traumatic brain injury to determine impacts of injury on cognition, headache, mental health, and sleep. Neurology assessments provide significant support for patients suffering from ICBC or Worksafe BC injuries

Vestibular Ocular Assessment & Rehabilitation

Investigation of eye performance and inner ear function to determine the effect on concussion recovery. Injuries to these areas typically reduce a patient’s ability to read, drive, and navigate busy environments like grocery shopping).

Cardiovascular Testing & Rehabilitation

Threshold testing to determine exercise limitations and provide a starting point for increasing activity tolerance. This allows our patients to return to higher intensity activity and faster overall recovery and alleviation of symptoms.

Clinical Counselling

Mental health is affected directly and indirectly when conjuring a concussion. Difficulty organizing thoughts, finding mental stability, and maintaining motivation are just some mental difficulties that come with concussions.

Balance & Gait Assessment & Rehabilitation

Assessment of balance to ensure safe return to household activities, outdoor activities, and sports. Fall prevention/reduction reduces potential for future concussions while improving a patient’s quality of life.

Return to Work/Play Assessment

Executed by any of our health professionals, functional movement screening of strength, exertion tolerance, and ImPACT results to determine any limitations for return to work or play.

IMS Treatment

Direct stimulation of the muscles with a dry needle (no syringe) can lead to reflexive relaxation of the muscles and improve blood flow to the injured area. This improves oxygenation to the area and can reduce inflammatory pain.

Manual Therapy

Hands on treatment for any muscular or joint injuries of the head, neck, back, or shoulder following a concussion. Manual therapy can reduce acute pain and allow patients to get more out of their concussion rehabilitation.