Greg Cassap BA (Soc), ScPT
Greg Cassap graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Medicine (combined PT/OT) after completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at UBC in 1980.
Since 1983 Greg has practiced as a physical therapist, primarily in private practice in Richmond as owner/therapist of the Steveston Village Orthopaedic and Sports Therapy Clinic (1990 to date) and WorkSafeBC (WSBC, formerly Workers' Compensation Board) preferred network provider (work conditioning and occupational rehabilitation programs; 1994-2003).
Greg served as President and Past President of the BC Association of Physiotherapists in Private Practice (BCAPPP; 1988-90) and was a member of the BCAPPP Fee Negotiations Committee (1990-1996). Greg has been an active member of the Physiotherapy Association of BC (PABC), serving on various PABC committees between 1989 and 1999 (Media Relations Committee 1989-94; PABC-ICBC Liaison Committee 1992-93; PABC-WSBC Liaison Committee 1993-1999). Greg was elected in 1999 to the Board of the College of Physical Therapists of BC and served for 6 years (a full term) as a member of the Board until 2005.
Greg is an experienced and skilled manual therapist with a strong background in functional rehabilitation.
Amrit Minhas BHK, DPT
Amrit graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor's Degree in Human Kinetics in 2006. She then went on to complete her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, MA.
During her physiotherapy education, Amrit completed a year-long residency in an orthopedic/sports private practise clinic in Seattle, WA where she gained extensive experience treating patients of all ages and abilities.
Amrit enjoys treating her patients' conditions with hands-on manual therapy techniques as well as an emphasis on functional rehabilitation.
Jane Schmidt MCSP, CAFCI
Jane comes to us from Edmonton, Alberta with many years experience in private practice. She originally graduated in the UK and spent some time living and practising physical therapy in Edinburgh, Sierra Leone, and London prior to moving to Canada.
Jane is credentialed and experienced in manual therapy, acupuncture and dry needling, and experienced in exercise therapy and has treated just about everything over the years. She particularly enjoys working with active seniors. She plans to finish her career in Steveston as she thinks it's one of the loveliest places on earth.
Jane is available for scheduling of home visits.
Whether you are recovering from an injury or condition, or working preventatively to perform at your physical best, physiotherapy can help you achieve your goals.
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