Physiotherapy designed just for kids! We help babies, kids and teens do what they love most: BE KIDS . . . by making physiotherapy FUN.
210-3369 Fraser St., Vancouver, BC, CA
Return to Play/Work/Learn
Hours of Operation
|Sunday||9:00 AM - 4:00 PM|
|Monday||12:00 PM - 8:00 PM|
|Tuesday||12:00 PM - 7:30 PM|
|Wednesday||12:00 PM - 7:30 PM|
|Thursday||8:00 AM - 7:30 PM|
|Friday||9:00 AM - 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||8:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
- Harveen Rai.PhysiotherapistBScKin, MPTAcupuncture/DryneedlingExercise RehabHarveen grew up in Surrey, BC and completed her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology way on the other side of Canada at Dalhousie University (Halifax, NS). She then went on to complete her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. She first joined Kids Physio Group in 2013 where she volunteered throughout the summer and then again on her last clinical placement from school. She has always had a passion to work with kids and throughout her last placement is when she realized that she fell in love with KPG and the amazing, hard-working kids that she has seen come and go through the clinic. Harveen began working at Kids Physio as a part-time job but has currently transitioned over to be full time. She has experience working with children of all ages with gross motor and developmental delays, neurological conditions, cerebral palsy, genetic and rare disorders, and developmental coordination disorders. She also has experience working with babies and infants who have torticollis, plagiocephaly and moms who need an extra tip on how to help their little ones achieve their motor milestones. In her free time, you can find Harveen balancing her life between her family, travelling and staying physically active. She is also passionate about cooking and trying new recipes, learning how to be a better photographer and drinking a good cup of coffee (or two).
- David Penner.Physical TherapistBSc, MPTExercise RehabVestibular RehabVision RehabDavid was born and raised in North Vancouver and completed his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Classical Studies at the University of British Columbia. David grew up playing a variety of contact sports such as hockey, rugby, and football and has a keen interest in treating sports injuries and concussions. This led him to become a certified CCMI practitioner and advocate for promoting an evidence-based approach to concussion care. In his free time, David can be found chasing his daughter around the house, running, rock climbing or hiking. He and his wife also enjoy board games and good food.
- Maria Toner.Physical TherapistBSc Hons PTExercise RehabNeck RehabVestibular RehabVision RehabMaria feels so lucky to work in a job that she truly loves. She strives to help every child and teen on her caseload recover from injury and return to sport as quickly and safely as possible. Her journey to specializing in pediatrics started in Ireland where she graduated from the University of Ulster in 2012. She spent 5 years working in sports injury and occupational injuries with adults. Taking this experience from sport and adult care into her paediatric caseload has only benefited her practice. Maria is passionate about concussion education and prevention, she places an emphasis on empowering families and children on every step of the journey to recovery.
- Taylor McElwain.PhysiotherapistBorn and raised in Richmond, Taylor grew up working a variety of jobs with children prior to completing his Master of Physical Therapy at UBC. These positions include a minor hockey coach, a Canucks Autism Network support worker, a sport camp leader, and a behaviour interventionist. Taylor joined Kids Physio Group for the opportunity to help children be their best in a nurturing and fun team environment. Taylor is passionate about working with children and families of all ages to help them achieve their goals in an enjoyable and effective manner. He appreciates how no two kids are the same, so each child requires their own individualized treatment plan. His clinical experience includes, but is not limited to, children with: - Concussion - Autism Spectrum Disorder - Orthopaedic Injuries (e.g., Ankle sprain, Bone fracture, Post-surgical rehab) - Torticollis and Plagiocephaly (Flat Head Syndrome) - Cerebral Palsy - Down Syndrome - Genetic Disorders - Developmental Coordination Disorder - Gross Motor Delay As a little kid, Taylor played a broad collection of sports. Now, as a big kid, he enjoys playing and watching hockey, learning new snowboard tricks and guitar riffs, and kindly returning golf balls back to their respective homes.
- Margaret Chang.PhysiotherapistExercise RehabMyofascial ReleaseNeck RehabVestibular Rehab