At Abbotsford Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinic, enjoy a personable, relaxed and encouraging treatment experience by some of the best Physiotherapists in Abbotsford. Receive 1-on-1 care from a team of highly skilled, knowledgeable and committed professionals.
Physiotherapist, BSc.PT, BHkin, MCPA, FCAMT, C.Gunn IMS
Dan Bos joined Abbotsford Physiotherapy in September, 2008. Together with his wife, Tanya Bos, they purchased Abbotsford Physiotherapy in January, 2009. After taking over ownership of the clinic, they re-named the clinic Abbotsford Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy. Dan graduated from UBC in May 2003 with both a Kinesiology and Physiotherapy degree. He has worked in a sports medicine private practice setting ever since.
Physiotherapist, BSc.PT, MCPA, FCAMT
Tanya Bos joined Abbotsford Physiotherapy in September, 2007 and purchased the practice with her husband in 2009. She graduated from UBC in May, 1999 and has been working in private practice ever since.She is the proud mother of 4 wonderful children and enjoys engaging in activities / sports with her kids.
Physiotherapist, MSc.PT, MCPA
Ryan Graduated from UBC with a masters degree of physiotherapy in 2011 and has worked at Abbotsford Sports and Orthopaedic Physiotherapy ever since. He has thus far taken his orthopaedic manual therapy level 1 and has completed the lower quadrant component of level 2. Prior to completing his masters, Ryan worked with the UFV men’s basketball team for 2 years as a team trainer while pursuing his undergraduate degree in kinesiology. Ryan has also worked and volunteered with adults and children who have neurological conditions such as cerebral palsy and stroke.
Physiotherapist, MSc.PT, MCPA, FDN/IMS
Brittany Galmut joined Abbotsford Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy in 2012 after completing her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Queens University. Prior to that, she completed her Bachelor of Kinesiology with an extended minor in Psychology in 2010 at the University of the Fraser Valley. Brittany is a member of the Physiotherapy Association of Canada and has a membership in the Orthopaedic division and Pain Science division within the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
Physiotherapist, MSc.PT, MCPA, FDN/IMS
Raquel graduated from the Masters of Physical Therapy program at University of Alberta in 2012. At U of A she was a student rep of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association while she attended the program. She also graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a degree in Kinesiology and worked with the UFV Men’s basketball team as a student athletic trainer for 3 years. Her previous clinical experience and continuing education has provided her with great orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injury management skills for a wide range of injuries and conditions. She enjoys working with individuals of all ages that need help getting back to their previous levels of participation and activity. Raquel also has experience working in the hospital setting in multiple capacities and a wide range of ages.
Lianne Van Gaalen
Lianne is passionate about helping people of all ages and abilities reach their personal goals. By combining her physical therapy skills with her prior experience as a competitive athlete and personal trainer, she helps individuals get back to their previous levels of participation and activity.
Physiotherapist, B.Kin, DPT
Daryl Kindratsky graduated from Bond University, in Queensland Australia, receiving his Doctor of Physiotherapy degree (DPT). He also received his Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2010 from the University of the Fraser Valley. Daryl has gained clinical experience in hospital, private, and aged care physiotherapy environments composed of orthopedics, cardiorespiratory, neurologic, and geriatric medicine.
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Julia graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology in 2014. With a background as a competitive athlete and personal trainer, Julia has been able to use that knowledge to help individuals recover from various injuries through exercise prescription. Julia is a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists, and is continuing her studies in exercise therapy and Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT).
Kinesiologist, BHkin, BCAK
Kassidy graduated from Trinity Western University with a Bachelor Degree in Kinesiology in 2016. During her studies, Kassidy worked as a student athletic therapist with various Trinity Western athletic teams such as the men’s soccer, and the track and field and cross-country teams. With a personal background in soccer, softball, and long-distance running, Kassidy has been able to use that knowledge to help individuals recover from various injuries through exercise prescription. Kassidy is a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists. Her overall goal is to improve individuals’ quality of life, through assisting them with exercise prescription.
Physiotherapist, Msc.PT, MCPA, B. Kin
Alysha completed a Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University. She began her studies at the University of the Fraser Valley where she graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree. Alysha’s love for exercise and experience as an elite athlete and personal trainer has provided her with passion and knowledge for helping people move better and getting them back to doing what they love. She uses both a hands on and exercise prescription approach. In her spare time Alysha enjoys running with her dog, playing soccer, and camping.
Seraina Groeneveld is a Registered Massage Therapist, licensed and in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia. Seraina graduated from Vancouver College of Massage Therapy in 2015 with the distinction of winning first place in the Student Case Study Award for her research paper.
Zwannie de Beer
Physiotherapist, BSc, MPT
Zwannie graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Prior to that, she completed her Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Victoria. Zwannie has an interest in all types of orthopaedic injuries and has begun post graduate training with the Canadian Division of Orthopaedic Manual Therapy. She also has experience working in a hospital environment where she is involved with creating rehabilitation programs for various acute and chronic conditions for people of all ages. Her approach to physiotherapy incorporates manual therapy, patient education, and individualized exercise prescription in order to correct and optimize biomechanics to prevent re-injury.