Beverley Kosuljandic, MCSP, MCPA
Bev graduated from King's College Hospital, London, UK. in 1980. She moved to Canada in 1982 and started in private practice in 1984. She became an owner of West Tenth Physiotherapy Clinic in 1986, which was renamed Jericho Sports and Orthopedic Physiotherapy Clinic in 1996 when the clinic was moved to 4th and Alma.
Bev has taken many continuing education courses over the years, including Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation. Bev's 3 children play a wide variety of sports, including Hockey, Ringette, Baseball and Karate. They are always glad to have Mom along to treat their mechanical problems. Bev enjoys a challenge (she even treats Bob Fong)
Hours: Mon 7:30-5:00 - Tue 7:30-4:30 - Wed 7:30-4:00 - Thurs 7:30-4:00
Robert Fong, B.App.Sc.(PT)
Robert (Bob) completed his Physiotherapy training in Sydney, Australia in 1987 (Cumberland College of Health Sciences). Bob traveled widely and settled in Vancouver in 1990. Here, he fortuitously met Judy and Bev, who were co-owners of West 10th Physiotherapy at the time. In 1996, Bob joined them in partnership to form Jericho Sports and Orthopaedic Physiotherapy Clinic. In 1997, Bob discovered Racquetball and it has now become his passion. He has since won a National singles (2000) and 2 National doubles titles (2000, 2001).
Bob's sports-physiotherapy skills and athletic experience has helped him attain the position of Canadian National Racquetball Team Physiotherapist. He has attended international tournaments in Cochabamba (Bolivia 2002), San Juan (World Championships, Puerto Rico, 2002), Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic 2003), Cuenca (Ecuador 2004), Anyang (World Championships, South Korea 2004), Caracas (Venezuela, 2005), Guatemala City (Guatemala, 2006) and Santo Domingo (World Championships, Dominican Republic, 2006).
Bob has continued to develop his physiotherapy skills with post-graduate studies in Orthopedic Manual Therapy, Craniosacral Therapy and Visceral Manipulation. Bob enjoys combining his blend of treatment techniques and has learnt to 'listen to the whole body' when assessing the body's response and adaptation to injury or trauma.
Hours: Tue 7:30-4:00 - Wed 9:30-6:00 - Thurs 7:30-12:00 - Friday 9:30-6:00
David Bailey, B.Sc.(Hons), MCPA, MCSP
David graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy with Honours in 1997 from the University of East London. David has worked extensively in the U.K. including London, Aberdeen (Scotland), and more recently, the south coast of England.
David has developed his Sports Physiotherapy skills with experience at the Chelsea Football Club’s Academy and also working with the First Division Team at Barnsley Football Club in Yorkshire. David has continued to develop his Manual Therapy skills with training in Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release Techniques, and Visceral Manipulation.
David enjoys treating Clients of all ages and athletic abilities. He integrates his unique combination of Manual Therapy techniques to identify and release specific lines of myofascial tension in the body to reduce pain and restriction, restore joint and soft tissue mobility, and to improve functional movement.
Hours: Mon 12:00-6:00 Tue 7:30-6:00 Thurs 7:30-5:00 Fri 9:00-6:00
Mary Lou Stanley, BHSc (PT), BA, MPE, MCPA
Mary Lou received her Bachelor of Health Science degree in Physical Therapy from McMaster University in 1994. She also holds Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of Alberta and a Masters in Motor Learning and Control from the University of British Columbia. While at UBC she did her thesis research with Dr. Ian Franks director of the Motor Learning & Control Laboratory in the Department of Human Kinetics.
Mary Lou has worked as a Registered Physical Therapist in private practice in Vancouver since 1994. She has continued to pursue post graduate training in Physical Therapy in the areas of orthopedic manual therapy, therapeutic exercise, sport physiotherapy, posture and muscle balance, and core stability and breathing. In addition, Mary Lou has extensive training in the Feldenkrais® Method which facilitates better posture and breathing as well as improved coordination and muscle balance. Mary Lou studied directly with Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais and became a Guild Certified Feldenkrais PractitionerTM in 1983. Since then she has taught the Feldenkrais Method and attended numerous advanced trainings in the Feldenkrais Method.
Mary Lou enjoys skiing, skating, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, biking, singing and dancing, and spending time with her husband and 2 children.
Hours: Mon 9:00-1:00 - Tue 9:00-5:00 - Fri 9:00-5:00
Bobby Edwards, MPT, BHK, Acupuncture (CAFCI)
Bobby graduated with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy in 2011 from the University of British Columbia. He is a Certified Acupuncturist with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Bobby also holds a Bachelor Degree in Human Kinetics (Kinesiology & Health Science) from U.B.C. in 2009.
Since graduation, Bobby has worked at several Private Practices in Burnaby and Surrey. He has continued to develop his Manual Therapy skills with post-graduate training in Orthopaedic mobilizations, Exercise Prescription, Craniosacral Therapy, and Visceral Manipulation.
Bobby is an active athlete who enjoys the adventurous B.C. outdoors participating in rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking and skiing.
Bobby enjoys working with his clients to achieve results and provide effective, time-sensitive treatment sessions. Professionally, he seeks to engage his clients in an active lifestyle that extends beyond the treatment room with education, exercises, and sound advice.
Hours: Mon 12:00-6:00 - Wed 7:30-1:00
Louise Didyk, BSc. (PT), MCPA, MCSP, RCAMT
Louise graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy in 1995. She brings a multitude of skills to her practice: IMS, Manipulation, Soft Tissue Release, Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral Therapy, Rehabilitation Exercises, Reiki, Neurology and Ergonomics.
Louise is keen to stay abreast of the latest skills since graduating over 15 years ago; she is a certified Gunn IMS practitioner (CGIMS) and a Resident of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists (RCAMT). Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) is a useful tool using sterile acupuncture needles to treat chronic pain and to effectively address muscle and nerve conditions.
Louise values hands-on treatment by using specific assessments to identify the cause of pain/injury and by providing education and treatment to help speed your recovery. Pre-natal and post-natal care is a special interest area that Louise enjoys treating, particularly with the education and management of Diastasis Recti.
She also has an avid interest in working with athletes. Louise has worked with England’s National Rowing and Rugby teams as well as assisted the Medical Teams for the Vancouver Sun Run and Vancouver Marathon. Louise has run many marathons and half marathons and enjoys speaking at local running clinics, skiing, hiking, yoga and commuting by bicycle.
Louise is bilingual and can offer all her physiotherapy services in French. Bienvenue aux clients Francophones.
Hours: Currently on Leave from the Clinic