We are currently offering both IN-CLINIC and VIRTUAL sessions!

If you are a new patient with us, please book a Physiotherapy Initial Assessment - 60mins. Also, for an existing patient if it has been more than 6 months since your child has been in for a physio session OR they are coming in for a new concern, please book an Initial Assessment. If you are unsure of what “type” of session to book for your child, please contact us and we would be happy to help.

Please create the account in your child’s name! Each child needs their own account. You will need to create different user names for each of your children. You can use the same password and contact information for each account- only the username needs to be unique.

Please call 604-492-3888 or email: hello@playworksphysio.com if you require assistance or have any questions

WE ARE CONTINUING TO ASK THAT ANYONE 3YRS+ ENTERING OUR CLINIC TO PLEASE WEAR A MASK. (This includes both children and parents/guardians) - Thank you!

Physiotherapy

Darrien brings a unique health and fitness background to the team. Darrien completed her Bachelors of Science in Athletic Training while playing volleyball in the U.S. She is passionate about rehabilitation and movement, which led to her working as an Athletic Therapist and a Personal Trainer before attending Queens University to complete her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy.

Paediatric Physiotherapy has always been a passion of hers, with experience with different conditions such as: Cerebral Palsy, Down syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, global developmental delay, developmental coordination disorder, and other congenital and genetic syndromes. Darrien is a passionate advocate, and a strong believer in that movement is medicine.

Let’s make physio fun!

Darrien brings a unique health and fitness background to the team. Darrien completed her Bachelor... Read More

Lindsay brings over 10 years of experience working with children at local child development centres, including 5 years in this community with SHARE. After graduating with a Bachelors degree in Human Kinetics Exercise Science, Lindsay completed her Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia.

Lindsay strives to provide family centred care and continues to undertake education opportunities to ensure she is providing well rounded evidence based care. Lindsay has completed courses in baby treatment, dynamic core, NDT treatment, and pediatric vestibular rehabilitation. She has expericence in a wide variety of conditions including prematurity, congential disorders, neurological disorders, genetic disorders, torticollis and plagiocephaly, and Autism Spectrum Disorder. She also brings experience in equipment planning and therapeutic horseback riding.

Lindsay is passionate about working with children and is very excited to supporting local families in our community. She believes that play based physiotherapy is the key to building a strong functional foundation for children at any developmental age or stage.

Lindsay brings over 10 years of experience working with children at local child development centr... Read More

Residing in Coquitlam, Kate is thrilled to be offering physiotherapy services for children within her local community. Since graduating with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy from the University of Toronto in 2010, Kate has worked with children in both private and public paediatric settings, including work at BC Children’s Hospital in the outpatient and oncology departments.

Kate is passionate about providing evidence based treatment and collaborating with other health care practitioners to provide an integrated approach for holistic treatment. She has experience working with patients with congenital, genetic and neurological disorders, Torticollis, Plagiocephally, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), post concussion syndrome as well as a variety of orthopaedic conditions.

Kate regularly participates in continuing education. She has training in Bobath techniques, Cuevas Medek Exercises (level 2), soft tissue release techniques, Level 2 lower manual therapy, NeuroKinetic therapy, COOP training, oncology rehabilitation courses as well as other paediatric specific courses.

Kate currently volunteers for the Rare Disease Foundation. She also has volunteer experience with the Canucks Autism Network and BC Special Olympics programs.

When not working, Kate is busy running after her two young daughters and her dog Tui, who keep her very busy! In her spare time, Kate loves to paint and hike the local trails with her family.

Residing in Coquitlam, Kate is thrilled to be offering physiotherapy services for children withi... Read More

Originally from Kitimat B.C, Kai-Jing was involved in Winter Sports at a young age. She has an extensive background in figure skating and ballet. She has competed at various international figure skating competitions including Junior Worlds and the New Zealand Winter Games. Kai-Jing has coached figure skating from learn to skate to competitive level since 2009 and holds a trained national coach certification.

Kai-Jing completed her Bachelor of Science with Honours in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University then went on to complete her Doctor of Physiotherapy in Australia. Her passion for paediatric physiotherapy comes from her history of sustaining injuries in her competitive career and working with young developing children. She fell in love with working with the pediatric population when she completed her physiotherapy placement at the Queensland Children Hospital in Australia.

Kai-Jing has completed the following certifications: - Contemporary NDT and Evidence Based Intervention Baby Treatment (2020) - Complete Concussion Management (2021)

In her spare time, she enjoys running the local trails and visiting unique local cafes.

Originally from Kitimat B.C, Kai-Jing was involved in Winter Sports at a young age. She has an ex... Read More

Maegan has over 8 years’ experience working in rehabilitation and health care throughout greater Vancouver. Her last 4 years were spent as a pediatric physiotherapist with Kids Physio Group. During her tenure, Maegan gained strong experience with kids between the ages of 0 - 18 and found a way to translate what is typically viewed as a mechanical process into something that kids enjoy. She is a strong advocate that physiotherapy can be fun in addition to being functional. Maegan found her passion in pediatric physiotherapy and was inspired to open a clinic to provide exemplary service to children and families in the Tri-Cities area. Maegan is a strong advocate for continuous education pushing the boundaries of creativity and innovation with a goal of maximizing client care.

Maegan has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Calgary, a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia, and a Master of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. Since completing her masters, Maegan has also completed the following courses and certifications: - NeuroKinetic Therapy Level 1 - NeuroKinetic Therapy Level 2 - Dynamic Core for Kids - Ortho Level 1 - Complete Concussion Management - Concussion Management & Treatment - RASP Certified - American Sign Language - Intro NDT

Outside of work Maegan enjoys hiking with her husband and their dog, Cooper, spending time with her family, playing ice hockey, snowboarding, biking, baking and travelling.

Maegan has over 8 years’ experience working in rehabilitation and health care throughout greater ... Read More

Originally from Barrie, Ontario, Alison has a diverse background of skills and paediatric clinical experience that she is excited to bring to the PlayWorks team. She has worked in paediatric private practice, in public practice in the NICU and in early intervention services.

Alison loves working with infants to help them achieve their gross motor milestones and treat conditions like torticollis and plagiocephaly. She also has experience working with children with developmental delays, cerebral palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder and other neurological and genetic conditions. Being a former collegiate and provincial rugby player, Alison is passionate about sport and helping children return to play. She loves helping children achieve their functional and sport related goals by creating a fun environment for therapy.

Alison has a Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from McMaster University and a Master of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University. She has also completed the following courses and certifications: - Prechtl’s General Movements Assessment - Complete Concussion Management - Paediatric Vestibular Rehabilitation - NDT Treatment of the Baby and Young Child - Orthopaedic Division Level 1 - RASP Certified Therapist - Soft Tissue Release Techniques

In her spare time Alison loves staying active with cycling, hiking and skiing. She is a big rugby fan and enjoys traveling to countries on her bucket list

Originally from Barrie, Ontario, Alison has a diverse background of skills and paediatric clinic... Read More

Being a former dancer and a present mother of two young boys, Noa believes in combining body movement, strengthening and evidence-based treatment with lots of creative fun.

Noa completed her Bachelor of Physical Therapy from the Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel in 2015 and since then she has been working with children ages 0-18 with various conditions; neurological, sensory, developmental and orthopaedic conditions in the private and public paediatric settings. She has experience with CP, ASD, premature babies, congenital disorders, torticollis, DCD and other developmental conditions.

Since her graduation, Noa has completed courses in NDT Normal/Ab-Normal Development, Sensory Integration, Cardiopulmonary & Postural Control as other paediatric specific courses.

In addition to being a physiotherapist, Noa is a Pilates instructor and enjoys adding her holistic vision into her treatments. In her free time, Noa loves to dance, practice Yoga and Pilates, hiking with her husband and kids, and yes, she also loves to have a quiet cup of coffee in front of the TV.

Being a former dancer and a present mother of two young boys, Noa believes in combining body move... Read More

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