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Woodland Physiotherapy is owned and operated by Amanda Rnic Physiotherapist Corp.

East Hastings Location

#102-2280 East Hastings Street

Vancouver, BC V5L 1V4

South Community Birth Program Location

#202-1193 Kingsway

Vancouver, BC V5V 3C9

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Amanda Rnic Physiotherapist Corp.

 

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Your Physiotherapists

Post-Graduate Training

Intra-Muscular Stimulation (IMS) 

Manual and Manipulative Therapy 

Clinical Pilates

Acupuncture

Integrated Systems Model (Lee & Lee)

Craniosacral Therapy

Male Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Active Release Techniques (ART)

Calvin Wong, HBKin, MPT, CAFCI, CGIMS

Registered Physiotherapist

Calvin had completed his Master degree in Physical Therapy from the University of Western Ontario, and holds a Bachelors in Kinesiology from McMaster University. Calvin enjoys using the Integrated Systems Model (Lee & Lee), an approach that empowers clients by optimizing performance of movement. As part of this client specific approach, Calvin often uses his extensive post-graduate training in spinal and joint manual therapy, active release techniques, craniosacral therapy (CS 1 + CS 2), Intra-muscular Stimulation (IMS, dry needling), and anatomical acupuncture. Calvin often uses these manual techniques in combination with corrective therapeutic exercises  to allow clients to find optimal movement strategies to restore movement, enhance function and optimize performance. 

 

Calvin has helped numerous clients recovering from motor vehicle accidents, recreational and competitive sports injuries, and repetitive overuse injuries. 

 

Post-Graduate Training

Functional Dry Needling (FDN)/

Intra – Muscular Stimulation (IMS)

 

ConnectTherapy™ and the Thoracic Ring Approach™ (Dr. LJ Lee)

Visceral Manipulation

Neural Manipulation

Manual and Manipulative Therapy

Amanda Mrsic, MPT, BHK

Registered Physiotherapist

Amanda graduated from the University of British Columbia with her Bachelor’s of Human Kinetics, as well as her Master’s of Physical Therapy. Since graduation, Amanda has taken numerous additional courses to enhance her skill set as a physiotherapist. She enjoys using the ConnectTherapy™model within her treatment sessions, which emphasizes a holistic, whole body approach to rehabilitation. In addition, advanced techniques such as Visceral Manipulation, Neural Manipulation, and Functional Dry Needling (FDN/IMS) are incorporated into her practice.

 

In the clinic, Amanda works closely with her patients to achieve their goals. She uses her specialized knowledge, training, and experience to create an individualized treatment plan. You can expect hands-on treatment, specific exercises, and education. Empowering patients to reach their goals is Amanda’s passion. Whether your goal is to optimize function, decrease pain, prevent injuries, or improve athletic performance, Amanda is happy to work with, and encourage you along your physiotherapy journey.

 

Outside the clinic, you’ll always find Amanda on the move. She loves yoga, running, weightlifting, skiing, cycling, and travelling.  

Post-Graduate Training

Clinical Pilates

Functional Dry Needling (FDN) /

Intra-muscular Stimulation (IMS)

Acupunture

Manual and Manipulative therapy

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Jennifer Li, MPT, BHK, CAFCI

Registered Physiotherapist

Jennifer graduated from the University of British Columbia where she completed her Master of Physical Therapy in 2012 and Bachelor of Human Kinetics in 2009.  Jennifer has post-graduate training in Clinical Pilates (including ante- and post-natal pilates) through APPI, Pelvic Floor Health, Vestibular Rehabilitation and Acupuncture.  She also works part-time in public healthcare delivering 1:1 client care and education in group settings about pain science and persistent pain conditions.  By combining her skills and experience, Jennifer provides rehabilitative and preventative treatment by giving her clients the tools and knowledge to become independent in achieving their goals.

Jennifer's interest in physiotherapy grew when she was working as a receptionist at a physiotherapy and sports medicine clinic.  She quickly learned the value and impact that physiotherapy can have on a person's rehabilitative journey.  Having been in both the role of the patient as well as the physiotherapist, she has been able to approach each of her clients with compassion.  Jennifer believes that continued professional development is integral to growing and expanding her skillset as a physiotherapist.

When Jennifer isn't working, you can find her out for a trail run, hiking or planning her next travel adventure!

Post-Graduate Training

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Manual and Manipulative Therapy

Exercise Prescription

Joanna Varley, MScPT, BSc

Registered Physiotherapist

Special Interest in Pelvic Health

With over 10 years of physiotherapy experience, Jo is driven to make positive and meaningful changes to the health and quality of life of her clients. Jo obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree in 2004 with a Major in Physiology and Minor in Kinesiology, and went on to graduate from the Queen’s University Master of Science in Physical Therapy program in 2006. She has since worked across the spectrum of public health, from acute care, rehab, and community. Jo is also a teaching assistant for the University of British Columbia Master of Physiotherapy Program, and is a course instructor for the Internationally Educated Physiotherapists Exam Preparation (IEPEP) Program.

 

In recent years Jo has become interested in pelvic health for both men and women. Jo completed her certification to assess and treat internal pelvic floor dysfunction through Pelvic Health Solutions. Using a variety of manual techniques, education, practical advice, and exercise prescription, Jo is able to assist her clients in achieving their specific goals. Pelvic health related issues, such as incontinence, are common problems that create major challenges to ones daily life and yet are often underreported. This is unfortunate when incontinence can be successfully treated through pelvic floor physiotherapy.  When you come in for an appointment, you will find that Jo is open, empathetic, and compassionate, allowing you to feel comfortable talking to her about these personal problems.

Outside of work, Jo is an avid skier. She loves to rock climb, hike, and bike.

Post-Graduate Training

 

Intra-Muscular Stimulation (IMS)

Manual and Manipulative Therapy

Integrated Systems Model (Lee & Lee)

Exercise Prescription

Acupuncture

Neural and Visceral Manipulation

Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Sports and K-Taping

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Amanda Rnic, MScPT, BSc, CGIMS, CAFCI

Registered Physiotherapist, Owner

 

Amanda is the owner of Woodland Physiotherapy. She has been fascinated by the way people move for most of her life, starting from when she was a young athlete in modern pentathlon. After years of competing nationally and internationally in fencing and shooting, she decided to turn her interest in the human body into a career. She completed her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 2010 and is an instructor at Vancouver Community College. 

She has completed extensive post-graduate training in needling techniques and manual thearpy. She has completed her Upper and Lower Quadrant Manual Therapy level 3 in pursuit of the Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy Course as well as being both UBC Chan Gunn IMS certified and Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute certified. She is also trained in the Integrated Systems Model (Lee & Lee), Neural and Visceral Manipulation from the Barral Institute, and is a certified pelvic floor therapist.

She has a keen interest in helping people manage their injuries and symptoms, returning them to their regular activities while minimizing risk of re-injury. Amanda enjoys treating people of all abilities and has experience treating a wide range of conditions such as repetitive overuse, arthritis, whiplash and sports injuries. In her free time she enjoys running, rock climbing, skiing, cycling and playing the banjo.

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