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Squamish Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre - pt Health

38247 Cleveland Ave
Squamish, British Columbia V8B 0B4

Hours of Operation

Monday:08:00 AM-08:00 PM
Tuesday:08:00 AM-04:30 PM
Wednesday:08:00 AM-07:00 PM
Thursday:08:00 AM-08:00 PM
Friday:8:00 AM-07:00 PM

In-person treatment available

Virtual Care treatment available


Our clinic is open and offering in-person treatment as well as virtual care. Please note that as a provider of community-based allied health care, masks are required to be worn at all times while inside our location.

View our virtual tour video to learn more about the enhanced measures in place so you know what to expect at your next clinic appointment.

"If I could give 10 stars I would! Thorough consultation, super attentive. I will be back again next week (because I play hard and don't like to rest!)"

Shane T - Google Review

"I'm very satisfied with this physio. Good atmosphere and very friendly and skillful staff. They are doing wonders on my ankle. Definitely recommended!"

Pavla B - Google Review

Our Clinic Team

  • Danielle Balik
    Physiotherapist - BSc (MBB), MPT, MCPA

    Speaks: English, Czech
    Danielle completed her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia and her Bachelor’s degree from Simon Fraser University in Molecular Biology and Biochemistry. She became interested in physiotherapy after going through the rehabilitation process herself for a number of sports related injuries. Currently, she lives in Squamish and enjoys outdoor activities such as skiing, mountain biking, mountaineering, climbing and kiteboarding. Danielle has a specific interest in hand therapy and is working towards becoming a Certified Hand Therapist. She has taken several continuing education courses for the specific treatment of shoulder, hand and back related injuries. Being an avid mountain biker herself, she does bike fitting and enjoys treating bike related injuries. She believes in a personalized treatment plan that involves a balance of manual therapy, education and exercise management to restore musculoskeletal imbalances and to prevent further injury.

  • Amber Mawson
    Physiotherapist - MScPT

    Speaks: English
    Amber has been assisting people to keep moving for over 11 years as a registered massage therapist and a kinesiologist. She recently became a physiotherapist to expand her toolbox further. Her passion is enabling people to engage in activity and unlock their full physical potential. Amber has training in functional movement assessment (FMS level 2), Kinesiotaping (Level 2) and Modern Manual Therapy for upper and lower body. Her treatment approach is based on thorough assessment, diagnosis, education, application of manual therapy techniques and developing customized exercise programs for patients. She loves working with patients of all ages and abilities in the clinic, in the gym or in the pool! Amber has been a triathlete, runner, paddler, climber, skier, mountain biker and generally enjoys getting outdoors at all possible opportunities. Involvement in sport at both recreational and competitive levels has brought many injuries and set backs, but through these she discovered a fascination with the human body and its ability to recover. She is always on the look-out for new information that provides insight into how we can recover better and move with less pain.

  • Suzie Beliveau
    Occupational Therapist

    Speaks: English, French
    Suzie completed her BSC in Occupational Therapy at McGill University in 2002. She worked initially in splinting, Hand Therapy, acute orthopedic, pediatric, traumatic brain injuries, community and home health. She has over 10 years of experience completing functional assessments, worksite evaluations, ergonomic assessments, job demands analysis, Return to Work Rehabilitation as well as Graduated Return to Work Plans in a multidisciplinary clinic setting. She has also provided numerous education sessions on body mechanics, pacing, ergonomics, pain management as well as coordinating disability management programs for employers seeking to manage occupational disability. In 2016, she completed her Matheson functional capacity evaluation training. Suzie’s work philosophy is having a positive outlook on all situations she encounters. She believes all individual have the tools to improve their functional performance and achieve their true potential.

  • Heidi Shortreed

    Speaks: English
    I have been both a Squamish resident and a physiotherapist for more than 25 years. I attended Howe Sound Secondary School but completed my final year abroad in Finland as a Rotary exchange student. I received my physiotherapy degree from UBC. I have completed my Part A/ Level 4 orthopaedic level exam and most recently I have become a certified Urban Poling instructor. In addition to working at pt Health-Squamish I am a community physiotherapist for Vancouver Coastal Health. With VCH, I do home care physiotherapy and run the exercise component of the Squamish Healthy Heart program. I also instruct the hydrotherapy program at the local aquatic centre.

  • Cathy Skain
    Physiotherapist - BScPT, B.PE

    Speaks: English
    Cathy Skain has been working at Squamish Physiotherapy since 1999. During her years at Squamish Physiotherapy Cathy has worked in both the outpatient setting and the rehabilitation programs. She is the WSBC OR1 and OR2 programs program manager in 2012 she became the clinic director. She went on to the University of Toronto to pursue her Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy. After graduating from the University of Toronto, she had the opportunity to spend five years working as a Traveling therapist in the United States. Returning from the United States Cathy moved to Whistler seeking the outdoor life style she had been looking for all her life. After a few years in Whistler she moved to Squamish and now calls this her home.

  • Florence Paradis- Laroche
    Occupational Therapist

    Speaks: English, French, Spanish
    Florence graduated from McGill University in 2001 with a BSc in Occupational Therapy (OT). She worked in Montreal and London (UK) in a variety of fields such as return to work programs, neurology, hand therapy and acute medical care. During that time she acquired a wealth of knowledge on adaptive equipment, promoting OT and working within a multi-disciplinary team. Since 2014 Florence has worked solely at Squamish Physio PT Health providing services for post-concussion/neuro assessment, ergonomic consultation, education sessions on maintaining posture and respecting proper body mechanics at work, active rehabilitation, pre-driving screens, splinting and return to work programs. Florence is an avid road cyclist, hiker and skier. Her hobbies are cooking, knitting, traveling and reading. As an OT at Squamish Physio, her priority is to assist clients in improving their independence and achieving their goals in order to return to work and their other meaningful occupations.

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"The facility is great and populated by caring, attentive staff. I’m definitely coming back the next time my back gets backed into a corner. Thanks you guys!"

Malcolm Y - Google Review

"I don't live here permanently but they took me in promptly and are amazing. I felt way better with my knee taped when I walked out of my first visit. Thank you so much."

Julie S - Google Review

Services & Treated Conditions

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Physiotherapists diagnose, treat & provide preventive care to ease pain, increase strength and improve range of motion. Therapies may include exercise, manipulation, stretching, soft tissue massage, ultrasound, electrotherapy or acupuncture.
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Massage Therapy
Help reduce pain, improve motion & health with a variety of massage techniques including relaxation, therapeutic, sports injury, deep tissue & trigger point.
Virtual Care
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Arthritis Management
Personalized arthritis therapy to help you better manage pain, adopt exercise techniques, follow healthy eating guidelines, prevent fatigue, protect joints, and use assistive devices.
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Custom Bracing
Professionally fit, or custom braces support uneven & unstable joints, working to align joints, increase movement & remove instability.
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Ergonomic/Work Station Assessments
Many neck, shoulder, wrist and low back issues can be traced to poor workstation ergonomics. Clinicians identify and correct problems in work area design that lead to fatigue, injury or illness.
photograph of an occupational therapist performing a functional abilities evaluation
FAE is used to determine an employee’s functional abilities and physical fitness before returning to work post injury. FAE compares current performance levels to the daily demands of the job.
photograph of a certified hand therapist performing pain relieving hand exercises and splinting
Hand Therapy
Assessment & treatment of upper limb injuries and conditions. Assisting with early wound care, dressings, suture, staple removal, splinting, and strengthening.
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Neurological Rehabilitation
Neurological rehab uses specific therapeutic exercises to improve balance, coordination, strength, flexibility, cardiovascular function and mood following life altering injuries like spinal injury or brain damage.
photograph of an occupational therapist performing therapy on seniors to help prevent muscle loss
Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy focuses on psycho-social, community & environmental factors that influence function, aiding people so that they can participate in daily tasks.
photograph of a person with custom made orthotics to reduce heel, leg, hip, and back pain
Orthotics correct poor foot biomechanics by supporting the foot, bones & joints, correcting dysfunction, improving strength, relieving lower back pain.
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Guided by a qualified physiotherapist, pilates helps address musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, balance disorders, and more.
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Pool Therapy / Pool Program
Personalized treatment plans use the support and resistance of water for safe rehabilitation. Increase mobility and function and return to activities faster with aquatic based therapy
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Sports Injury Rehabilitation
Custom treatment plans to help athletes effectively treat pain and return to normal function. Beneficial to those with ACL injuries, meniscus or rotator cuff tears, sprains/strains, tendonitis and more.
photograph of a woman with a clicking, popping, painful jaw due to TMD
Get relief from jaw pain, clicking, restriction, and locking. TMJ physiotherapy aims to reduce swelling, muscle spasms, and pain while restoring function and addressing underlying causes.
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Work Conditioning / Hardening
Return to work post-injury with confidence. This program focuses on physical conditioning to address issues of strength, endurance, flexibility, motor control and cardiac function.
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Concussion Management
An interdisciplinary team of health-care professionals will collaborate to provide integrated care to help you recover from a concussion, and relieve concussion symptoms.
Mechanical Traction
Mechanical spinal traction is a form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the spine. It is most commonly used to treat herniated discs, bone spurs, degenerative disc disease, facet disease, sciatica, stenosis, and pinched nerves by temporarily counteracting the force of gravity.
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Coverage Options

  • Motor Vehicle Accident Insurance
  • Health Benefit Plan
  • Government Insurance
  • Work Injury Insurance
  • Self Pay (Cash/Debit/Credit/Cheque)
  • No Obligation

Direct Billing

  • Squamish Physiotherapy and Wellness Centre – pt Health directly bills insurance companies for you when possible.
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  • Languages Spoken

  • English, Spanish, Portugeuse, French, Czech
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    Book Your Assessment
    38247 Cleveland Ave
    Squamish, British Columbia V8B 0B4
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    38247 Cleveland Ave
    Squamish, British Columbia V8B 0B4
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    Squamish, British Columbia V8B 0B4
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