Physiotherapy/Athletic Therapy

$75.00 - Assessment/Treatment

$60.00 - Subsequent treatment
$110.00 - Extended treatment

ICBC and MSP claims accepted. Please call the office for more details.


ICBC User Fees
Effective April 15, 2012:
$35.00* - ICBC Initial
$25.00* - ICBC Subsequent
$35.00* - ICBC Extended
*user fees may be reimbursed by ICBC as per the status of the claim.


    Massage Therapy

    $70.00 - Initial Visit

    $50.00 - 30 minute treatment
    $70.00 - 45 minute treatment
    $90.00 - 60 minute treatment

    ICBC and MSP claims accepted. User fees dependent on length of treatments. Please call the office for details.


    $60.00 - Initial Assessment
    $45.00 - Subsequent Treatment


    ICBC and MSP user surcharges apply. Amount dependent on length of treatments. Please call the office for details.

    Titleist Golf Performance Assessment

    $150.00 - TPI Functional Evaluation $250.00 - TPI Evaluation +
    18 Customized TPI Golf Workouts

    Functional Sports Screening Assessment

    $150.00 - 1 hour evaluation


    Please note that Athletic Therapy and Massage Therapy are subject to HST. As of July 1, 2010, the GST (5%) was replaced by HST (12%).

  • Insurance Coverage

    Insurance coverages and limits for all services provided at the Langley Sports Medicine Clinic are plan specific.. Please consult with your individual policy provider to determine annual coverages and limits.

    Third-party Insurance/Direct Billing

    RCMP and DVA are eligible for direct-billing to Pacific Blue Cross with a referral from a physician.

Why Choose Us

The benefit of any multi-disciplined clinic is the access to a supply network of different healthcare professionals under one roof. LANGLEY SPORTS MEDICINE CLINIC is a team of professionals with specialized experience - including the BC Lions Football Club, the Vancouver Whitecaps, and Langley Chiefs to name a few.











Physiotherapy is a health care profession directed at evaluating, restoring and maintaining physical function.


Also known as physical therapists, physiotherapists have a detailed understanding of how the body works and are specially educated and trained to assess and improve movement and function, and to relieve pain. Physiotherapists promote good health by encouraging their clients or patients to improve and increase control over their own lives. There are more than 18,600 physiotherapists licensed to practice in Canada.


What Can A Physiotherapist Do For You?

  • Assessment of movement, strength, endurance and other physical abilities.

  • Assessment of the impact of an injury or disability on physical function.

  • Assessment of physical preparation for work and sports.

  • Program planning and education to restore movement and reduce pain.

  • Individualized treatment of an injury or disability based on scientific knowledge and a thorough assessment of the condition, environmental factors and lifestyle.


A Physiotherapist’s Role In Your Health Care

Physiotherapists provide valuable health care for people throughout their life – from birth to old age.


For instance, physiotherapists can:

  • Prevent and treat sports injuries;

  • Restore and increase range of motion in joints;

  • Increase co-ordination;

  • Counsel and education in pre- and post-natal care;

  • Design user-friendly homes and workplaces;

  • Educate clients in the use of devices such as canes, crutches and wheelchairs;

  • Help injured individuals return to work successfully.


The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA)

The Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) is the national voluntary professional association for physiotherapists. Established in 1920, CPA has more than 11,000 members represented by a national office in Toronto and branches in the ten provinces and the territories.

CPA's mission is to provide leadership and direction to the profession, foster excellence in education, practice and research and promote high standards of health in Canada. Physiotherapists who are members of CPA pledge to comply with the Association’s Code of Ethics and Rules of Conduct.


CPA Website: www.physiotherapy.ca

athletic therapy

Langley Sports Medicine Clinic is the only private clinic in the Fraser Valley with a full-time practicing Certified Athletic Therapist.


In Canada, an Athletic Therapist is a certified member of the Canadian Athletic Therapist Association (CATA) and is referred to as a Certified Athletic Therapist (Canada) or a CAT(C). A Certified Athletic Therapist is an allied health professional who specializes in care and prevention of injuries of those who engage in an active lifestyle.

Our Athletic Therapist will assess the injury and educate you as to the anatomy involved, provide a description of how the treatment will help, provide a home program for recovery and prevention,, and use sport specific rehabilitation.

We utilize therapeutic modalities, soft tissue mobilization, supportive taping and bracing procedures to promote an environment conducive to optimal healing and prepare the individual for safe reintegration into an active lifestyle. 

Biomechanical and gait analysis are often done in order to determine mechanism of injury and plan for treatment.


CATA Website: www.athletictherapy.org

massage therapy

A Registered Massage Therapist focuses on the assessment of the soft tissue and joints and the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain of the structures through the use of manual techniques.

Techniques used to help improve circulation, neutralize muscular tension, relieve pain, reduce stress and promote health and well-being.

The greatest benefit comes from prevention. Through a combination of massage and stretching techniques a massage therapist can enhance the training and performance of athletes.

Regular massage helps achieve a feeling of physical and emotional well-being; as a result maintaining ideal health. Anyone who routinely pushes their physical limits or is involved in repetitive activities from athletes to secretaries - will benefit from massage.

Many musculoskeletal injuries can be treated and prevented with massage.


CMTA Website: http://www.massagetherapy.bc.ca


One of the largest primary-contact health care professions in British Columbia, chiropractic is a non-invasive, hands-on health care discipline that focuses on the neuromusculoskeletal system.

Chiropractors practice a manual approach, providing diagnosis, treatment and preventative care for disorders related to the spine, pelvis, nervous system and joints.

Chiropractors use a combination of treatments, all of which are predicated on the specific needs of the individual patient. After taking a complete history and diagnosing a patient, a chiropractor can develop and carry out a comprehensive treatment/management plan, recommend therapeutic exercise and other non-invasive therapies, and provide nutritional, dietary and lifestyle counselling.

For many conditions, such as lower back pain, chiropractic care is frequently the primary method of treatment. Where other conditions exist, chiropractic care may complement or support medical treatment by relieving the neuromusculoskeletal aspects associated with the condition.

Chiropractic care may also be used to provide symptomatic relief for patients with chronic conditions. According to patient surveys, by treating the neuromusculoskeletal elements of such disorders, chiropractic treatment has been shown to improve the general well-being of the patient.

There are many reasons to seek chiropractic care:

Back pain

Neck pain



Strains and sprains

Repetitive strain injury (RSI)

Work and sports injuries


Limited range of motion in the back, shoulder, neck or limbs

General health and well-being


Chiropractic is a regulated health profession, recognized by statute in all Canadian provinces and American states.


BCCA Website: http://www.bcchiro.com

orthotics & bracing





At LSMC, we're specially trained to pinpoint conditions that may benefit from a custom brace. We are experienced in the measurement and fitting of the best braces available including products from DonJoy, Ossur (G2 & CTi), Omni, and BREG.


What is a custom brace?

Our braces are manufactured based on precise measurements of your affected joint and your specific injury. This ensures your brace fits and functions perfectly. The braces are made from a combination of materials, making them both lightweight and extremely durable.


What conditions can bracing help?

  • Ligament injuries of the knee (ACL, MCL, LCL, PCL)

  • Osteoarthritis of the knee

  • Knee instabilities


Ankle sprains

Plantar fasciitis

Elbow hyperextension

Wrist sprains

Shoulder separations/dislocations

...and more.


Is a custom brace better than an Off-the-shelf brace?

As with any custom-fit item, a precise fitting appliance has a better chance of functioning better than one with approximate measurements. As well, some custom products may have optional re-fit policies if the joint changes shape within a certain time period. Ask our bracing technicians which product would be best for you.


Will my brace be covered by insurance?

Your brace may be covered if you have extended health benefits. Often a prescription is required from your physician first, so you may wish to obtain this prior to arriving for your bracing appointment. We invite you to call our clinic at (604) 888-1028 so we can guide you through each step of this process.

sport assessments

Our Athletic Therapists will use assessment protocols from one of two sources, including the Titleist Performance Institute's Performance Screening.


TPI Screening

TPI Screening is a program for golfers of all levels that will keep you injury free, improve your golf, and add years to your golf game. The TPI Screening addresses strength, flexibility, posture, and some swing mechanics to help identify limitations of your body. You will have a physical assessment performed by a Certified TPI Athletic Therapist who will determine the source and cause of any asymmetries that have been identified (joint, muscle or ligament restrictions). The information collected is used to design a specific exercise program for your golf muscles and/or guide an Athletic Therapy treatment plan, to keep you playing the game at your peak performance. The TPI Screening takes approximately 1 hour to complete.


Functional Assessment

Periodic monitoring of an athlete’s medical status and functional abilities is an essential component of an effective athlete development program. The Functional Assessment performed by our Athletic Therapists help identify structural and functional limitations in the joints of the body, from cervical movement down to ankle flexibility. The results are collected and used to design a fitness and/or rehabilitation program to allow you to work at your peak. The Functional Assessment takes approximately 1 hour to complete.