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Performax Health Group is a rehabilitation clinic that focuses on one thing: sustainable results.

We specialize in a revolutionary treatment system called Force Balance Technique (FBT) which offers smooth, powerful and pain-free movement that lasts. You don’t have to be an athlete to visit our clinic, we just want you to move like one!

1 604-433-0100 6170 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC V5J 1H5 M-T 8:00-8:00 Friday 8:00-6:00 & Saturday 8:00-3:00
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The Physiotherapists at Performax Health Group have a high commitment to our standard of care and believe that communication and collaboration between therapists and, quite often, your physician, will ensure the best possible chance for full recovery and a successful return to function.

Treatments typically last from 1-1 ½ hours. Home exercise regimes also play a big part of a patient’s recovery process and clients that follow these regimes almost always have faster recovery times.

Our physiotherapy clinic offers a state of the art ultrasound unit called Autosound TM. This machine allows for a six to seven-fold increase in efficiency in tissue healing and inflammatory control over traditional ultrasound and is a favorite among our “weekend warrior” and elite athlete population for “shutting down” acute injury. We also are excited to introduce a new exercise software application from Physiotec TM. This application allows us to build you a custom exercise program with step by step instruction and video footage for each exercise. After we have built your program we then e-mail you the link and with one click you’re on your way! It’s that easy.

The following is a list of some of the most common conditions our physiotherapists treat:

  • Mechanical Pain of the lower back (lumbar), mid and upper back (thoracic) and neck (cervical)
  • Disc Herniation in the lumbar and cervical region with/without referred pain to legs or arm
  • Post surgical rehabilitation/Post fracture rehabilitation
  • Sprains (ligamentous tear or disruption) of neck, back, shoulder, elbow, hip, knee, ankle
  • Strains (muscular tear or disruption) of neck, back, shoulder, arm, hip, thigh, leg
  • Tendonitis (patellar, tennis or golfer’s elbow etc.)
  • Mal-alignment syndrome of the pelvis (arguably one of the most common causes of chronic low back pain)
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Tension or Trigger Point Headache