Physiotherapy Services near me in
North Vancouver, BC V7G, V7H
Body Works Sports Physiotherapy provides a very experienced team of physiotherapists to manage sports injuries, work related injury and motor vehicle injury in North Vancouver, BC. Contact us today to get started!
Our physiotherapists at Body Works have internationally-recognized advanced training in specialized treatment techniques including: Manual Therapy, Joint Manipulation, IMS or Intramuscular Stimulation, Acupuncture and the highest level of sports physiotherapy training.
Our goal is to help you achieve your best, pain-free.
Our physiotherapists at Body Works have internationally-recognized advanced training.
We provide focused attention on you and your needs and do not divide your time with other clients to allow us to provide the best care possible.
I first visited the clinic a year ago while I was training for first marathon. I got an hip injury at week 12 and was unable to do the preparatory long runs due to extreme pain. I doubt I could attend the event or run the full marathon without walking. The Physios at Body Works did miracle for my body: not only I RAN the whole marathon but I completed it under my ambitious targeted time! I now see Dana for a shoulder/scapula injury I neglected to treat for the past 4 years. I just wish Dana would have more openings on her busy schedule so I can get more of her wonderful treatments.
Dana empowers her team and patients at Body Works to help them to achieve their very best.
At Body Works we are committed to helping you achieve your best. We develop and implement a customized treatment plan and rehabilitation of injuries to help you get moving again and enjoying a healthy active lifestyle.
233 West 1st St #420
North Vancouver, BC V7M 1B3
Monday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Wednesday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thursday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm
Friday 7:00 am - 6:00 pm
The City of North Vancouver is a waterfront municipality and separated from Vancouver by Burrard Inlet. Of the three municipalities on the North Shore, North Vancouver is the smallest, but the most urbanized with densely populated residential buildings and shopping areas. The North Shore is connected to Vancouver by two bridges, the Lion’s Gate Bridge and the Iron Workers Memorial Second Narrows Bridge and by the Seabus passenger ferry. The district of North Vancouver is bounded by Capilano River to the west, Indian Arm to the east and Burrard Inlet to the south and the beautiful Coast Mountains to the north.
Moodyville (now known as Moodyville Park) is the oldest settlement on Burrard Inlet, predating Vancouver, only New Westminster is the older non-native site in the region. Logging the rich stands of timber was a big industry and by 1860 a water powered saw mill was set up and by 1880 there were schools, post offices and a village. Arthur Heywood-Lonsdale and a relative named James Pemberton Fell, made numerous investments in the area and subsequently several locations in the North Vancouver area are named after Lonsdale and his family. By the early 1900’s with the North Vancouver ferries, the North Shore proved to be a popular area as streets, city blocks and houses were slowly built around the Lonsdale area.
The nearby mountains also proved to be a permanent attraction and ski areas were set up on Grouse Mountain, Mount Seymour and eventually Cypress Bowl. There are dozens of trails that weave through the forest, past waterfalls and lakes, following creeks and rivers and stunning views making the North Shore a hiker’s paradise.