We are Greater Victoria's Athletic Therapy Clinic and Injury Rehabilitation Centre. With one-on-one treatments, we focus on finding and treating the cause of your injury. We provide you with the tools and rehabilitation program designed specifically for you and your injury. Whatever your sport, goal or finish line, Victoria Sports Therapy is with you every step of the way.
Vancouver Island - Central Coast
Jamie Neill is a certified Athletic Therapist and First Responder, who was born and raised in Courtenay, BC where she played volleyball, swam competitively and skied. Jamie then moved to Victoria in 2014 and attended Camosun College to receive her Bachelors in Athletic and Exercise Therapy. She has worked with Glenlyon Norfolk Secondary School and Camosun College Athletics.
Remedy Wellness Centre is a multidisciplinary clinic located in downtown Victoria. We offer a wide range of health services which allow us to approach your problem with a fully stalked tool kit. We can help you with anything from digestive health to hormone imbalances with acupuncture and TCM. Musculoskeletal problems, both acute and chronic, can be treated by our chiropractor, athletic therapist or one of our many RMT's. We strive to be up to date on current pain science research and techniques and offer some very unique services for pain that are highly effective.
Multi-Disciplinary Health Clinic providing Patient-Centred Care towards Life-Long Functional Health.
I am a sports medicine physician new to the Victoria-area and I have recently been appointed Chief Medical Officer of Rugby Canada. My office is based at the rugby Canada National Training Centre in Langford.
As a Certified Athletic Therapist, my professional focus is to support both high performance and recreation level athletes throughout the continuum of injury to rehabilitation to return to play. As both emergency injury management professionals and clinical therapists the Athletic Therapist is uniquely positioned to understand the demands of movement based injuries and active participants in sport and activity.
Sharleen Hoar (Ph.D.) has been supporting elite and aspiring performers of all ages to achieve personal and performance excellence since 1996. She is a professional member of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association and is the mental performance lead with the Canadian Sport Institute - Pacific working with Olympic and National team athletes, coaches, and sport science and medical professionals.