Who We Are

Sheana Lehigh graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2003 with her Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy. Since 2003 she has been working full-time in private practice. Sheana has also studied physiotherapy in New Zealand, has worked as a physiotherapist in the United Kingdom, and has worked part-time in hospital settings.


Sheana has a special interest in chronic/persistent pain, orthopaedic, manual and sports/dance physiotherapy.  Sheana has obtained her IMS certification (*CGIMS) and her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy (FCAMPT). She focuses much of her current continuing education endeavors on the treatment of chronic/persistent pain.


Sheana has been a competitive ballet and modern dancer since she was five years old and now she also enjoys yoga, hiking, skiing, biking, and swimming. Sheana is also the Education Manager for PABC (the Physiotherapy Association of BC), a clinical skills assistant for the Masters physiotherapy students of UBC, and she is a mentor for internationally educated physiotherapists.

 

  • Manual Therapy: Hands-on techniques such as  soft tissue release, mobilizations and manipulations which are used to restore the normal movement and alignment of the neuromusculoskeletal sysytem.
  • IMS: Certified Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation is a holistic dry needling technique which is very effective in the diagnosis and treatment of persistent myofascial pain syndromes. The goals of the treatment are to release chronically shortened muscles, normalize the irritated nervous system, decrease pain, and improve functional movement.  Please view http://www.istop.org/ims.html for more information.
  • Persistent Pain Self-management Guidance: Daily techniques are taught to help you to overcome chronic pain and to improve your quality of life. You will better understand the current knowledge surrounding chronic pain, practise specific gentle movement techniques to help re-train your nervous system and gain the tools to allow yourself to move more freely.
  • Exercise Therapy and Modalities

Matt Redekopp completed his Masters in Physical Therapy from UBC after receiving a Bachelor of Human Kinetics from UBC Okanagan. 


He pursued a career in physiotherapy after broadening his experiences in Australia, where he developed his skills in strength and conditioning coaching and rehabilitation techniques while spending time in numerous physiotherapy clinics. 

Matt completed placements in private practice, critical care, neurological rehab, and has also taught spinal cord injury management in rural India. Matt is committed to providing the best care and support to patients, allowing them to return quickly to the lifestyle and activities that they enjoy most. Matt uses a treatment approach specializing in manual therapy, movement training, exercise prescription, and client education to help his clients achieve their goals. 

Matt is most passionate about getting to know each client, delivering great customer service, and quality care. He loves the opportunity to work alongside motivated clients who want to improve their condition both physically and mentally. 

Matt grew up in South Surrey playing soccer, basketball, baseball, and cross country racing and continued to enjoy these sports throughout his university years in Kelowna, Australia, and Vancouver. He has since taken up mountain biking, mountaineering, trail running, and skiing. 

Matt is committed to supporting community events and is looking forward to working with local teams and supporting events in the South Surrey/White Rock area. 

Certifications
• Masters Degree in Physical Therapy, UBC

• CPA Orthopaedic Division Level 1 & 2 Lower

• Lyn Watson Shoulder Course Level 1
• Mulligans Lower Quadrant Certification
• Sport Physiotherapy Canada - First Responder
• Soft Tissue Release

Why Us

Physiotherapists are health care professionals who diagnose and provide hands-on treatment and exercise prescription to address movement dysfunction. Physiotherapists also plan and implement individual treatment programs to prevent physical disabilities. There is no referral necessary to visit physiotherapists, and most extended health care plans cover physiotherapy treatment.


A physiotherapist is a university graduate of an accredited physiotherapy program, who is qualified to:

  • establish a physical diagnosis and determine a client's movement potential through detailed history- analysis and evaluative outcome measurements and hands-on tests;
  • plan and implement physiotherapy treatment programs, using specialized knowledge and skills in exercise prescription and hands-on techniques for the prevention and treatment of movement dysfunction;
  • evaluate results to track patient improvement or to modify treatment;
  • develop physical-health promotion programs and screening tools
  • provide education and consulting services to the public and other health-care professionals;
  • undertake related professional activities such as maintaining detailed records of patient's treatment and progress, research, teaching, and administration.

 

Movement dysfunction is any alteration in normal body kinetics that limits effective or efficient body performance. Movement dysfunction may be due to pain, congenital anomalies, disease processes, accident or injury, enforced inactivity, problems secondary to aging, or psychological or social stress. The dysfunction may be manifested in actual or potential impairment related to neuromuscular, musculoskeletal, respiratory or cardiovascular systems.