Have you suffered an injury from an accident? Physiotherapy is a professional medical treatment that helps repair impairments to regain mobility and range of motion. Physiotherapists combine their knowledge of the body and hands-on skill to asses, diagnose, and treat your injury or illness.
Our physiotherapist uses Astym® techniques. This is a new rehabilitation process that heals soft tissue problems gets rid of scar tissues from previous injuries in muscles, ligaments, and tendons. It is backed by scientific research and used by many professional sporting leagues including the NHL, NFL, and NCAA.
Physiotherapy is often covered by most health care providers. Call your provider to learn more about referrals and what your plan offers.
Your first physiotherapy visit is $70 and lasts approximately 30 min. Follow-up visits are $65 and last approximately 15-20 min. Book a physiotherapy appointment today at Momentum Therapeutics.
At Momentum Therapeutics, we can directly bill ICBC for part of your treatment costs related to your accident. ICBC will not cover the entire cost of your treatment. For each visit, you will be charged a user fee of $35, with the rest of the cost directly billed to ICBC.
For your first visit, bring your ICBC claim number, contact information, name of your adjuster, care card, and driver’s licence. This information allows us to process your claim. If not supplied during your first treatment, we will charge our private rate of $60 until the information is processed, then provide you with credit for any overpayments.
Momentum Therapeutics is part of the WorkSafeBC return to work program. We can directly bill your treatments costs to WorkSafeBC after your claim is approved. For your first visit, bring your claim number, contact information, the name of your adjuster, care card, and driver’s license. If your claim is approved, there will be no cost for your treatment.
Sanjin Sadovich, Astym® practitioner
(Available M & W: 1pm – 7pm, Tu & Th: 10am – 3pm)
Sanjin has extensive experience treating sports injuries and orthopedic patients. Sanjin initially attended Louisiana State University on a tennis scholarship and completed his Bachelor of Science at the University of California in Pennsylvania. He went on to complete his Masters in Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. He is a member of the sports and orthopedic divisions of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and continues to take courses in manual therapy, sports injuries, and movement systems.
A professional tennis player for 4 years and a member of the Canadian National Davis Cup team, Sanjin has a personal understanding of sports injuries. He played in the Canadian Masters Series twice and practiced with Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, and other premier players. In 2007, Sanjin was head coach of the North Shore Winter Club junior programs and served as a trainer for the Richmond Junior B Men's Lacrosse Team. In 2012, he was the head physiotherapist for the International Tennis Federation junior and wheelchair events at Stanley Park. Sanjin's current interests include playing basketball, weightlifting, track running, and other outdoor activities.
Sanjin has experience with the following clinics and hospitals: BC Children's Hospital Ortho In-Patient Unit, Surrey Memorial Hospital Ortho-In Patient Unit, Island Hand Therapy Private Practice (Victoria, BC), Fraser Valley Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Private Practice, Eagle Ridge Hospital Sub-Acute Unit, and Neuromotion Physiotherapy Private Practice.