Lifemark Whistler physiotherapy was established in 1981. The clinic utilizes its unique Whistler expertise treating elite level athletes. All clients are offered a hands-on, sport medicine approach and treatment that includes an education process empowering clients to take an active role in their own recovery.
Whether you are visiting for a few days, a weekend or are a full-time resident, we invite you to experience the care that the clinic's Whistler physiotherapists and registered massage therapists provide.
We also stock a large supply of health, athletic and safety products. Please see the full list here:
Languages spoken include: English and French.
Our physio clinic in Whistler is spacious, bright and comfortable and includes a gym and two private (massage) rooms.
We offer 12 treatment beds, mechanical traction, IFC, ultrasound, laser and a hydrocolator.
More about our services
In addition to physiotherapy and massage, we offer the highest level of care in our additional services, which include:
- Sports physiotherapy
- Manual and manipulative therapy
- Massage therapy
- Vestibular rehab
- Pelvic health
- IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) / FDN (Functional Dry Needling)
- Return to Sport assessment
- Custom bracing assessment and fitting
- Huge selection of braces
- Custom orthotics assessment and casting
- Custom thermoplastic splinting
- Mechanical traction
- Modalities: Laser, ultrasound, IFC, EMS/muscle stim
- Athletic taping
Our winter hours are 7:30am to 8:00pm Monday to Friday, 8:00am to 6:00pm Saturday, 9:00am to 5:00pm on Sunday. Please call for more details.
Parking and transportation
We are conveniently located in Whistler's Marketplace (on the 3rd floor above McDonalds).
The building has an elevator in front of Mac's convenience store that can bring you right to our front door. The parking lot is one hour free parking with an option to purchase a second hour if needed.
Our clinic is wheelchair accessible.
Common conditions we treat
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Frozen shoulder
- Hand & wrist pain
- Herniated disc
- Knee pain
- Low back pain
- Muscle sprains and strain
- Neck pain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Posture issues
- Rotator cuff injuries