B.Sc. P.T., C.A.F.C.I., C.G.I.M.S., F.C.A.M.T.
Ellis Lai Physiotherapist
Ellis graduated from the University of Alberta in 1992, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiotherapy and have worked in private practices since. He has been certified through examinations to practice acupuncture in 1996, peripheral joint manipulation in 1998 and spinal manipulation in 1999 and have earned his fellowship with the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy. He has obtained his Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2000.
He has also been certified to practice Intramusclar Stimulation (IMS) by the Institute for the Study & Treatment of Pain (iSTOP) in 2008.
He has pursued his interest in the treatment of spinal dysfunctions, TMJ and myofascial dysfunctions, motor vehicle accidents injuries, sport injuries, and other orthopaedic conditions throughout his career. With his experience, expertise, and genuine caring attitude, he has served and helped a good number of clients in Northern Alberta, Vancouver Island and the Greater Vancouver Area.
Ellis speaks English, Cantonese and some Mandarin.
B.Sc. (Kin). MSC (Candidate)
Henry Mok Kinesiologist, Physiotherapy student
Henry has graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2016, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Physiology. He is extremely passionate about the conceptual framework underlying neuromuscular movement control, rehabilitation of motor functioning and the correlation between exercise-induced rehabilitation and the rate of recovery that is specific to each individual. As a Kinesiologist, he strives to encourage patients to ask questions while also providing pertinent information in regards to the exercise program, as well as the rationale and physiological benefits of being consistent and staying active.
He is currently studying physiotherapy in UBC and is expected to graduate in 2021.
Henry not only enjoys being outdoors tackling activities such as hiking and long distance running but is also an active fitness enthusiast using the theories learned during his undergraduate career to construct dynamic workout routines. He also enjoys reading in his spare time and is able to speak English and Cantonese.
MPT, MSC, BKIN
After completing his Bachelors in Kinesiology, Waldo spent two years in graduate school, while also working as a kinesiologist in a private clinic. His research focused on individuals living with chronic lung disease. As his dissertation came to a close, Waldo decided to pursue a career in physical therapy.
As of 2019, Waldo has devoted his time working in critical care in the Fraser Health region and at Westwood Physio. Waldo has experience working with geriatric, orthopaedic and neurologic patients as well as post-graduate certification for treating recreational and competitive runners. Waldo speaks English and Cantonese. Outside of work you will find Waldo running the North Shore trails or rock climbing.