Welcome to Coquitlam Wellness Centre!

COVID-19 UPDATE: MASKS or FACE COVERINGS REQUIRED- please bring your own to all appointments and if you don’t have one then one can be provided to you for $1.

Please take a moment to read through our policies and procedures that are in place for in person visits to prevent the spread of COVID-19. https://coquitlamwellness.ca/covid-19-procedures/

We are proud to continue offering TELEHEALTH virtual appointments for physiotherapy and active rehab as a great alternative to in person visits. These will be an essential part of physical therapy moving forward as we navigate the ever changing COVID-19 environment in the coming years.

We hope that everyone stays safe and healthy and we are looking forward to seeing everyone!

Chiropractic


Physiotherapy


Registered Massage Therapy


Kinesiology and Active Rehabilitation

Kinesiology is a great adjunct to all other forms of therapy. It is the science of human movement. Movement based therapy has proven to be the most effective form of care for acute or chronic injury, improving overall function and health as well as enhancing performance in sport. It has also been shown to be effective for the prevention of injury. Book with a kinesiologist if you want to live ... Read More

Kinesiology is a great adjunct to all other forms of therapy. It is the science of human movement. Movement based therapy has proven to be the most effective form of care for acute or chronic injury, improving overall function and health as well as enhancing performance in sport. It has also been shown to be effective for the prevention of injury. Book with a kinesiologist if you want to live better, live longer and be healthier!


Concussion and Vestibular Management


Telehealth

These are virtual online appointments

Amar completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Melbourne, Australia in 2018. Prior to relocating to Australia, he attended Simon Fraser University where he successfully completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. Amar utilizes a wide range of evidence-based manual techniques and exercise modalities to assist his clients in achieving their goals.

Amar has worked with numerous sports teams over the past few years competing in Australian Rules Football (AFL), soccer, and ice hockey. This has provided Amar with valuable hands-on experience in injury management and prevention at both the elite and recreational level.

Amar understands the physical and psychological obstacles one may face when returning to sport or activity as he has spent a significant amount of time on the sidelines due to injury. As a result, Amar emphasizes patient education during his sessions, as he feels better outcomes are achieved when there is effective communication between client and clinician. Amar specializes in hip/knee and running injuries.

Amar completed his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Melbourne, Australia in 20... Read More

Jacky immigrated to Canada with his family in 2001 and was raised in the neighbourhoods of Coquitlam. Growing up, Jacky was involved in many competitive team sports including basketball, volleyball, and track and field. It was his athletic background combined with his passion for learning about how the body works that drove Jacky to pursue a degree in Kinesiology.

In Spring 2017, Jacky graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a concentration in active health and rehabilitation at Simon Fraser University. During his time as a student, Jacky gained valuable experience and knowledge in injury management and prevention through working as a student team trainer for the SFU men’s basketball team, and assisting physiotherapists and athletic therapists with their treatment protocols at the SFU clinic.

Jacky’s view towards active rehabilitation is simple, and that is to help his clients restore the mobile and pain-free lifestyle everyone deserves. He believes the first step is to help clients understand their injury and then construct an exercise plan tailored to their specific needs and goals. Jacky also designs his exercise programs based on functionality, therefore, many of his exercises can be performed at home or work with minimal equipment. Jacky is constantly broadening his practical skills and knowledge by learning new treatment methods and techniques to further enhance the quality of his service.

Outside of the clinic, Jacky also works as a lifeguard and teaches swimming to the public. During his free time, you’ll most likely find him somewhere deep in the woods, either hiking or camping. He also enjoys photography, rock climbing, and competing in various long distance events. He recently completed his first half Ironman in Whistler and is projecting to tackle a full Ironman in 2019.

Jacky immigrated to Canada with his family in 2001 and was raised in the neighbourhoods of Coquit... Read More

Steph’s love for exercise and human movement began at a young age. She competed in elite level competitive gymnastics throughout her adolescence and this ultimately sparked her interest in pursuing physiotherapy as a career. After studying kinesiology at SFU, she went onto completing her masters in science of physiotherapy at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario.

Steph continues to educate herself and does her best to deliver up-to-date evidence based treatment. She has taken courses in shoulder rehabilitation, persistent pain, acupuncture, functional dry needling, cervical and thoracic pain disorders, lower back disorders, just to name a few.

Pain is very personal, can be complex, and is best treated by looking at the person as a whole and not just their injury. Steph prides herself in taking an active role in your recovery by taking the time to listen to your story, working from the heart, and does her best to reignite hope and optimism.

Steph believes rehab is not about “fixing” but providing you the encouragement and education to empower you to help yourself. Through active listening, education and movement, Steph will help you get back to doing what you love.

If you think you have to end your pain before you live your life, then let’s work together and discover what is truly possible.

Steph’s love for exercise and human movement began at a young age. She competed in elite level co... Read More

Cheyenne completed the RMT program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Her love for all types of sports as well as learning about how the body functions and heals has helped her find a specialized approach that utilizes both hands on treatment and a more active aspect that helps promote the positive effects of Massage Therapy.

Cheyenne has had the privilege of working with a wide variety of cases such as those with neurological conditions at GF strong and varsity athletes at UBC. With this experience as well as having played high level soccer since a very young age, Cheyenne has not only worked with injuries, but also had to deal with the rehabilitation of her own. This has given her a deeper understanding of how important the treatment of an injury is and helped her recognize the need for an individualized treatment approach to each of her patients.

With the utilization of myofascial release, joint mobilizations, and specialized home care prescriptions, Cheyenne works with the patient to ensure their goals are met and the restoration of your active daily living are as optimal and pain-free as possible.

In her spare time, you can find Cheyenne weight training, playing soccer, hiking, and doing many other seasonal activities that promote a healthy and active lifestyle. This further grows her passion of the human body and how muscles, bones, and joints, move and interact through different ways of life.

Cheyenne completed the RMT program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Her love for all ty... Read More

Vika completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne before returning to her BC roots.

Vika has a passion for treating patients with Concussion and Vestibular symptoms. With her specialized training in this area she applies a comprehensive approach to identify concussion profiles, and provide customized rehabilitative programs.

With an extensive background in athletics, Vika also has a keen interest in a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. With manual therapy, exercise prescription and education, she aims to retrain movement patterns, maximize recovery and function as well as performance. Vika has worked with Olympic and National level athletes, including Rugby, Karate, Swimming and Hockey. As a result of her interest in musculoskeletal injuries and Neurological physiotherapy background, Vika will periodically travel with the Canadian Paralympic Swim Team to several international events (including World Championships and Pan Pacific Games).

Vika also has experience in several other clinical settings, including Neurological physiotherapy (acute and subacute), amputee rehabilitation, acute medicine and surgery, intensive care units and paediatrics.

Vika believes in an active and balanced lifestyle, she likes to hike, run, lift weights focusing on performance goals and hit the tennis court!

Vika completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne before returning to her... Read More

Kevin graduated from Simon Fraser University where he received a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology with a concentration in active health and rehabilitation. While studying at SFU, he also worked as a group fitness instructor and personal trainer, which gave him significant experience educating, and developing exercise programs for people of all age groups and varying levels of fitness.

While growing up in Port Coquitlam, Kevin competed in various sports, including soccer, judo and powerlifting, which led him to learn more about injury management and prevention through personal experience and sparked his interest in Kinesiology.

Kevin believes that the best way to approach active rehabilitation is through proper education, so that clients have the knowledge and confidence to perform the exercises within their personalized program in a safe, efficient and effective manner. He uses a variety of exercise methods in his program design so that clients will have a collection of tools that they can integrate into their lives inside and outside of the clinic with ease.

In his spare time, Kevin can be found weightlifting at home, going for a run along the Poco trail, or inside the kitchen pretending he’s on MasterChef. Kevin also enjoys hiking, kayaking and camping.

Kevin graduated from Simon Fraser University where he received a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology w... Read More

Dr. Andrea Shore completed her undergraduate education in Biological Sciences and Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University. She then graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto before moving back to her home in beautiful Coquitlam BC. Dr. Shore treats neuro-musculo-skeletal conditions in all areas of the body and believes in taking a functional approach to addressing injuries in order to prevent future recurrence. She practices in a holistic manner with an individualized approach to each patient. Dr. Shore attributes the improvement in overall wellness in her patients to her integrated approach, utilizing such techniques as myofascial release techniques, Graston Technique®, spinal manipulative therapy and progressive rehabilitation in association with clear and open patient education and communication. Having competed in figure skating at an international level for well over a decade, Dr. Shore is familiar with what it takes to be a well functioning, elite athlete. While at CMCC, she was privileged to work under the supervision of the President of the Sports Fellowship program, which helped expand her knowledge and skills, making her work with professional athletes that much more effective. Dr. Shore truly believes in the importance of an active lifestyle and in her spare time, can be found cycling, hiking, walking her dog Patrick, volunteer coaching with the Special Olympics of BC athletics team and of course kicking butt at CrossFit!

Dr. Andrea Shore completed her undergraduate education in Biological Sciences and Kinesiology at ... Read More

Dr. Mason Shore attended the University of Victoria for 4 years in the Department of Chemistry before pursuing his Doctor of Chiropractic at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto. After graduating in 2011 he moved back to the Vancouver area to begin his practice.

Dr. Shore focuses in the diagnosis and conservative treatment of neuromusculoskeletal conditions in all areas of the body. He takes a very functional and holistic approach to health and believes in communicating with the patient while including them in their own individualized treatment plan. Being well-versed in different soft tissue techniques (myofascial release, Graston Technique®), adjustment styles and rehabilitation allows uniqueness to all treatment plans. Dr. Shore believes that injury can be successfully treated as well as prevented in the future which helps improve the quality of life for the patient. In addition to maintaining a general family practice where he treats patients of all ages and lifestyles, he has a special interest in athletic injuries and enjoys working with patients to get them back to being game-ready.

Dr. Shore grew up playing hockey and competing in Karate and so sport and exercise was a big part of his life. Those values continue to this day and played a large part of the decision to become a Chiropractor. Being a true believer in the importance of an active lifestyle and movement Dr. Shore tries to do something active every day whether it is doing Crossfit, golfing or walking his dog Patrick.

Dr. Mason Shore attended the University of Victoria for 4 years in the Department of Chemistry be... Read More

Charvet completed his Registered Massage Therapy program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. His passion for human anatomy and sports drives him to learn more about the human body and its capabilities. With that being said, he likes to incorporate new concepts that he learns from books and continuing education courses and applies them to his treatments.

Throughout his 2 years at the college, he had the opportunity to work with multiple varsity athletes at UBC, orthopedic patients in care homes, and enthusiastic runners at events like the Lululemon Seawheeze and the BMO Marathon. He works with every patient to find ways that they can mitigate or break the cycle of pain from their injuries and prevent those injuries from occurring again. He has worked in many different types of clinic settings that helped him adjust to a variety of clinical cases. Charvet’s main goal is to have his patients regain their confidence by overcoming their injuries, being more aware of their own bodies, and having them continue their active daily living without pain being present.

In his own time, you can find him playing volleyball at the beach, on top of the mountains on his snowboard, and hiking with his dog Monty.

Charvet completed his Registered Massage Therapy program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy... Read More

Select a treatment from the list on the left
to view available appointment times

Pick a treatment to book

Located at:
1574 Booth Avenue, Coquitlam
Directions & Map

Need Help? 604-526-5196