Read on to know our values and what sets us apart from other
Physiotherapy clinics in Vancouver.
Our clinical experience, honest interaction, and feedback from several clients, all led to us start Revere Physiotherapy in 2022. Revere Physiotherapy, started by best friends, is built on the foundation of manual, 1-1 personalised therapy. At the heart of this company is a deep and universal respect for people. To revere is to respect- we started this company to respect you, your time, your body, your voice, your quality of life and most importantly: your right to receive the highest standard of physiotherapy care regardless of age, condition, athleticism, or any other divisive factor.
With a combined experience of 15 years, we at Revere, specialise in thorough whole-body assessments. We use the most effective, highest standards of manual therapy treatments and specialised movement training tailored to your individual needs based on your personal roles, professional roles and lifestyle. We offer 1-1 individualised treatment sessions during which our therapists are present with you for the entire length of the session. We will work with you, hands on, to identify, correct, mobilize, strengthen, restore movement and function so you can enjoy life with same enthusiasm and vigour that defines you.
Did you know handshakes date back to 5th Century BC? The first recorded handshake in history was symbolic of a peaceful alliance between two kingdoms. A simple gesture that becomes a powerful pact when it is made in good faith.
Fast forward to 2022, that’s true of us at Revere Physiotherapy!
The open handshake in our logo represents our promise to you, our clients. We see you. We see your pain. We see your injuries. We see the impact of physical limitations on your quality of life. We see you and we promise to provide you with the highest standard of care. That is the pact we are making with you. Having worked with several companies across Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, and Surrey. We quickly saw the standards of Physiotherapy practice were on a steady decline. With the rise of modality-based Physiotherapy, clinics could cater to a greater number of clients within a one-time slot. This focus on quantity over quality of care meant that manual methods, requiring individual therapists, began to take a back seat. We found that our values and the company’s values were no longer in alignment, and we knew we had to do something and do it differently. Choose Revere Physio Clinic for the best-performance physical therapy.
Languages: English, Cantonese
Samuel completed both his Bachelor of Kinesiology and Master of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He is passionate about expanding his knowledge and continues to do so year by year. He is bilingual in English and Cantonese.
Samuel enjoys working with people of all different ages and activity levels. He believes in equipping his clients with the tools to take an active role in their rehabilitation through self-management and future injury prevention. Samuel uses a multifaceted approach involving education, manual therapy, electrophysical modalities, and activity-specific exercise prescriptions to work with his clients towards their goals . He has a keen interest in orthopedics, high-performance sports, and chronic pain.
In his spare time, he is an active participant in badminton, dodgeball, and ultimate frisbee tournaments and leagues. He also has a passion for music, as he grew up playing the piano and has completed both his performance and teaching diplomas.
Education: Master of Physical Therapy, UBC
Bachelor of Life Science, UBC
Clarence graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Life Sciences followed by a Master of Physical Therapy. He started working full time in the hospital orthopaedic wards and since then has transitioned into working full time in private clinics around the lower mainland. He transitioned to become a Clinic Director due to his passion for mentoring the next generation of physiotherapists. His dream was to open his own clinic which led him to being a Co-Founder of Revere Physiotherapy. Clarence has accumulated over 500 5-star google reviews in the lower mainland for the positive experience he provides for his clients.
He has developed a special clinical interest in orthopaedics, manual therapy, dry needling, and chronic injuries. Clarence particularly enjoys chronic and lingering injuries which require thorough examination. In the past few years, he has continued to upgrade his clinical skills in manual therapy/dry needling and is also qualified to administer functional movement screens to retrain dysfunctional movement patterns.
Clarence enjoys interacting directly with clients of all ages and activity levels. He also enjoys combining different manual therapy techniques, exercises, and patient education to optimize his clients’ rehabilitation and performance abilities. He also currently is highly involved in the film industry and has clients from different areas of the world. He welcomes all patient types and particularly enjoys treating those with longstanding chronic pain.
Outside the office, Clarence has a passion for financial literacy and real estate. He is heavily invested in many real estate ventures across lower mainland. Clarence continues to live an active lifestyle and enjoys a variety of activities including basketball, tennis, swimming, hiking or working out in the gym
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Bachelor in Occupational Therapy
Magdalene is an Occupational therapist with 10 years of experience. She is a passionate advocate for mental health and inclusivity especially when it comes to families with neuro diverse children. She loves connecting with people and uses her writing to empower readers. Being out in nature with a good book or a podcast is her way of unwinding after a long day.
Education: Bachelor of Kinesiology, UBC
Languages: English, Vietnamese
David completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He is passionate about expanding his knowledge and continues to do so year by year. He is bilingual in English and Vietnamese.
Growing up playing a variety of sports and having a fair share of injuries himself, he recognizes how important active therapy and rehabilitation are. Throughout his time at UBC, he was fortunate enough to work with people from a variety of backgrounds in the school’s co-op program, which included a role in creating fitness activities for people with developmental disabilities. He strongly believes in a whole-person approach to rehabilitation and considers his patients’ mental and physical well-being in his practice.
Outside of working at the clinic and being a self-proclaimed foodie, you can find David training at the gym to try to get on the next season of Physical 100.