Female University Soccer Player (20)
is a team of practitioners who provide physiotherapy care, chiropractic care, registered massage therapy, pelvic health rehab, high performance training, team training and team injury management.
Female University Soccer Player (20)
I started working with Julian from the age of 13. I had been experiencing lots of knee pain when I trained and played games and previous attempts at rehab were unsuccessful. My goal was to get into the OYSL team, get a university soccer scholarship and maybe even play for Canada. After the initial assessment and road-map laid out by Julian and Asa, it took 2-3 years of progressive, consistent strengthening to play without knee and groin pain. I did not stop there. I continued to work with the PHYSELITE team for performance strengthening and injury prevention. In 2018, I achieved my goal of gaining a soccer scholarship to play at a Canadian university. I even scored in my first game.
Business Manager (51)
While Julian and the PHYSELITE team was working with my son I decided to start rehab for my long-standing shoulder pain. I wanted to play a Master’s volleyball tournament. Julian’s assessment was thorough. He didn’t not just look at my shoulder. He assessed all my issues to then develop a complete program for my knees and Achilles tendons. After 9 months work I was able to get through my volleyball tournament and my shoulder pain had decreased so much I could sleep and hit without pain. I have continued to work with his team to achieve my health goals of resolving my rotator cuff pain and play a bit of volleyball.
Office Worker (46)
I am an avid weight-lifter and kickboxer. I had been experiencing a gradual onset of pelvic symptoms in the last six months, including frequent urination and discomfort during intercourse. I was referred to a urologist, who found that my symptoms were suspicious for pelvic floor muscle dysfunction. The urologist referred me to the local Pelvic Health Physiotherapist for assessment and treatment. I participated in a virtual physiotherapy assessment with Andrea, and was helped to understand how my symptoms were related to my squat-lifting technique and voiding habits. I was given a home exercise program to help relieve my symptoms, with a plan to begin retraining my squat-lifting technique at the next visit. My treatment plan included working with both the Kinesiologist and strength coaches to reach my weight-lifting goals.
Retired Teacher (81)
In my late 70’s I had a hip replacement because of arthritis. I was also experiencing low back pain. After the surgery I became more unsteady on feet as I had lost some of my pre-surgery strength and balance. My son referred me to Julian for help. Since then, I have worked with the PHYSELITE team, Physio and Physio assistant, and I am now far steadier on my feet and far less dependent on my cane. I feel much more in control of my back pain, far less fearful of falling and I’m back to traveling overseas with my son and his wife.
Male Professional Soccer player (21)
I was referred to Julian and Asa by my old soccer coach as I had been carrying a lingering Achilles tendon and knee tendon pain since my growth spurt. Julian’s assessment identified overt issues and more subtle sub-clinical problems which had been hindering my physical preparation. Asa executed the treatment plan. I worked with them during my off-seasons and blended their program into my in-season training. Two seasons later I understand my body far better and I’m playing with far more confidence because all lingering tendon issues have resolved.
Varsity Volleyball player (21)
I had been working with MSK PT and AT for a month. As a preventative measure, I recommended that my entire team attend the FACET program for assessment and education. I had been experiencing mild urinary incontinence triggered by jumping/landing since high school, but my teammates and I always made a joke of it. I knew that many women on my team had been experiencing the same thing. I was not aware that it was a sign of pelvic floor muscle dysfunction until I learnt about pelvic anatomy and function from the Pelvic Health PT. I was given simple strategies for reducing my symptoms, and I was scheduled for a follow up visit with the Pelvic Health PT 1 month later. I noticed improvement in my symptoms within 6 weeks. I was so pleased with my progress I encouraged my teammates to get assessed. Two of them have followed my advice so far and are pleased with their progress.