Available at multiple locations
2121 Marine Drive West
Second FloorWest Vancouver,British ColumbiaV7V 4Y2
Jacqui is an experienced physiotherapist with over 35 years of expertise in orthopedics and sports injuries. She obtained her qualification from the University of Cape Town in 1986 and completed the Canadian Qualification process in 1990. With a deep understanding of human movement and pain management, Jacqui's passion lies in helping her patients achieve long-term pain relief, increased strength, and injury prevention.
In 2007, Jacqui expanded her skill set by qualifying in Acupuncture through AFCI, further enhancing her ability to provide holistic care to her patients. She is also among a select group of therapists in the Lower Mainland who are trained in Redcord, a unique system developed in Norway that utilizes ropes and bungees to identify and restore compensatory movement patterns.
Over the past six years, Jacqui has focused on working with stoma care nurses and patients in the Lower Mainland, specializing in core stability and strength for hernia prevention. She incorporates exercises and posture correction techniques from her extensive postgraduate training in Pilates and yoga, tailored specifically for physiotherapists.
During her time in South Africa, Jacqui had the privilege of studying and working under the guidance of a renowned sports medicine physician. Building on this experience, she served as a trainer for a first league rugby team and contributed to medical teams for various summer and winter games. Passionate about sharing her knowledge, Jacqui delivers talks to running groups. As an avid runner herself, she has even completed the prestigious Boston Marathon. She is considered a specialist in the treatment and prevention of running injuries through her association with "The Running Clinic" and offers personalized running gait analysis and specialized training programs to enhance her clients' running performance.
With Jacqui's wealth of experience, commitment to ongoing education, and dedication to her patients' well-being, she continues to make a significant impact in the field of physiotherapy, helping individuals overcome pain, improve movement, and achieve their physical goals.