April 20, 2022 - At Infinity Physio Centre, the health and safety of our clients, therapists and larger community are still our top priority. We ask that you continue to wear a mask and sanitize your hands upon entering our facility. Please fill out the COVID Screening Form that will be sent to you electronically before each and every visit.. You will also be screened at the door for any symptoms. Please stay home if you are experiencing any cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms. Physiotherapy appointments can be converted to tele-rehab (virtual) appointments. These appointments are safe and secure and will allow you to progress your rehab while symptoms resolve.
A physiotherapist is trained to diagnose and treat muscle, joint, fascia and nerve structures through skilled specific hands on techniques for the purpose of modulating pain, improving mobility and function. On a typical first visit you will be assessed by your therapist, educated about your problem, given some exercises for home and receive some hands on treatment..
Registered Massage Therapy
Massage therapy assists in the treatment of health issues ranging from arthritis to fibromyalgia to MS. Massage is an effective treatment for conditions such as sports injury, whiplash, tendinitis, muscular strains and postural dysfunctions. It can be an effective complement to either physiotherapy or chiropractic treatments, providing hands-on time for restoring soft tissue injuries and addres...
Massage therapy assists in the treatment of health issues ranging from arthritis to fibromyalgia to MS. Massage is an effective treatment for conditions such as sports injury, whiplash, tendinitis, muscular strains and postural dysfunctions. It can be an effective complement to either physiotherapy or chiropractic treatments, providing hands-on time for restoring soft tissue injuries and addressing compensatory areas of the body. Massage is also wonderful for the expecting mother. It is a drug-free alternative to reduce the many discomforts that may come along with a pregnancy.
Relaxation Therapy is provided by a clinician who is a graduate of a massage therapy program. They are not yet registered in BC, and treatments cannot be submitted to extended health care. They are very keen to develop their skills and offer sessions at a reduced rate.
A chiropractor is trained to diagnose and treat the spine, nervous system, and associated muscle and fascia structures through a variety of manual therapy techniques for the purpose of modulating pain, improving mobility and restoring function. Chiropractors can treat conditions ranging from the spine to the extremities. A typical first visit will include assessment, education about your diagno...
A chiropractor is trained to diagnose and treat the spine, nervous system, and associated muscle and fascia structures through a variety of manual therapy techniques for the purpose of modulating pain, improving mobility and restoring function. Chiropractors can treat conditions ranging from the spine to the extremities. A typical first visit will include assessment, education about your diagnosis, hands on treatment and home care exercises designed to get you back to what you love.
Leah is a graduate of the massage therapy program at Mount Royal University in Calgary Alberta. In August she writes her final exams for her registration.
Leah uses general Swedish massage techniques to help reduce muscle tension, decrease pain, increase range of motion, and encourage relaxation.
Leah has raised two children who are both athletes and now university age. She is excited to be starting the next chapter of her life here in the Kootenays. She loves both winter and summer outdoor mountain adventures, and values a healthy and active lifestyle. Leah loves hockey and has been a goaltender for 12 years
Leah is a graduate of the massage therapy program at Mount Royal University in Calgary Alberta. I...
A 2019 graduate from the University of Western States, Eva Gifford received her Doctorate of Chiropractic magna cum laude. She holds a BSc. in Kinesiology from the University of Victoria.
A self coined type-2 fun lover, Eva has a passion for moving in the mountains and being outdoors. She hopes to extend that love of the outdoors into her clinical practice to help her clients get back to doing what they love. She has a background in personal training, run coaching and exercise prescription.
Eva’s approach to modern chiropractic is hands-on with a focus on exercise and home care. She is trained in Active Release Techniques, instrument assisted soft-tissue manipulation (IASTM), cupping, movement assessment, dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS), running gait analysis and more. Eva enjoys working with a variety of patient populations ranging from chronic pain to acute athletic injuries.
A 2019 graduate from the University of Western States, Eva Gifford received her Doctorate of Chir...
Erin Campbell graduated from the Master of Physiotherapy program at Queens University in 2010 and has worked wth an orthopaedic caseload in Ontario since graduating. Prior to entering physiotherapy, she graduated in 2007 with an Honours BSc in biology from University of Ottawa. Since completing her physiotherapy degree, she has pursued continuing education in manual therapy, running and gait analysis, cupping and is certified in Functional Dry Needling.
Erin moved to Castlegar from northern Ontario in spring 2014 and is embracing the Kootenay lifestyle. Erin has a passion for running; whether that be preparing for a race, treating the injured runner, or leading running clinics to prepare participants for their first 5k or half marathon. She is an avid skier and paddler is excited to be living in the Kootenays.
If you have an injury, Erin is here to design a personalized care plan to help you get better and back on track!
Erin Campbell graduated from the Master of Physiotherapy program at Queens University in 2010 and...
Nathalie has 20 years of experience of practicing multiple manual therapies since graduating from Foothills College of Massage Therapy in 2002. She is pending certification after finishing the 5 year program at the Canadian College of Osteopathy. She focuses on releasing and resolving pain and chronic conditions that have otherwise not responded to treatment. She believes in an approach focused on targeted tissue release, underlying causes and long-term change, rather than temporary symptom relief.
She holds continuing education in the highest regard, and thoroughly enjoys the learning process of tailoring a treatment to the individual and discovering the root causes of physical imbalance. Nathalie treasures the communities she has come to know in the Columbia Kootenays. It is a pleasure to connect with so many outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, mothers and fathers, lightworkers, and health seekers at every stage in their journey.
“I am dedicated to the service of my community and thrilled to work in a referral platform for healing to take place with the exceptional team at Infinity Center.” – Nathalie
Nathalie has 20 years of experience of practicing multiple manual therapies since graduating from...
Alli graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a doctorate in physical
therapy in 2014. She has worked in orthopaedic settings since graduating, from Northern Idaho to Vancouver Island and Calgary.
At the heart of what she does is
teach people to take control of their injury or disease so they can return to the
work and activities that fulfill them. She is passionate about vestibular
physiotherapy, concussion management, and orthopedic rehabilitation.
As a vestibular therapist, she helps clients identify and then overcome causes of
dizziness and balance dysfunction. Orthopedically, she uses manual therapy, dry needling, and targeted exercise prescription to help clients optimize movement patterns and heal from injury.
Alli is a certified Shift Concussion Management Provider and is also certified in IMS Dry Needling.
In her spare time, Alli enjoys adventuring with her husband and two boys in the
mountains and on the rivers, no matter the season. She is excited to be living in
Rossland to be part of an active mountain community, and for the skiing and
Alli graduated from the University of Puget Sound with a doctorate in physical
therapy in 2014. S...
Erin graduated from UBC in 2011 with a Masters in Physical Therapy, after achieving her bachelors degree in Kinesiology at SFU. She has a strong background in exercise science, gait analysis and footwear. Erin moved to Rossland in 2012 and is thrilled to be helping Rosslanders stay active. She enjoys any and every self propelled outdoor activity, and can most often be found enjoying the outdoors with her family.
Erin strongly believes in educating clients and empowering them to manage their own injuries. Her treatment focus includes a thorough orthopaedic assessment, client education, manual therapy, dry needling and an individualized progressive exercise program. She enjoys working with clients as they progress from the rehab setting back to their sports or activities.
Erin is certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada and in vestibular rehabilitation. She has also pursued further education in manual therapy, running injuries, bike fitting and chronic pain.
Erin graduated from UBC in 2011 with a Masters in Physical Therapy, after achieving her bachelors...