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As ND’s we are trained to diagnose and treat non-urgent medical conditions.  Our medicine lends especially well, but is not limited, to the treatment of chronic conditions that are modifiable by lifestyle choices such as nutrition, exercise, sleep, stress, mental-emotional state and much more.  Although ND’s as a profession do not specialize in the treatment of certain health conditions, as individual practitioners, we are naturally drawn to certain areas based on our personal life experiences and interests.

My personal areas of focus include physical rehabilitation, pain management, and teen health.  I am passionate about working with teens as I believe the earlier we can start learning and adopting healthy lifestyle habits the better off we are!  Preventing the onset of disease/injury is a core principle of naturopathic medicine that I strongly adhere by.

At the present time I will be offering in-person services on Fridays and Saturdays at the clinic located in the gym that I currently coach at, Crossfit South Surrey.  This is an ideal practice location for me as exercise therapeutics is a major component of how I help people get better.  I will also be offering virtual consults on Mondays, Tuesdays, and/or Wednesdays so that you can connect with me from the comfort of your own home.

Book a free 15 min meet and greet to see if I am the right fit for you.

how may i help you?

Naturopathic medicine offers a wide range of services in order to achieve healing in all domains of health


lifestyle consulting

Let’s talk about nutrition, sleep, stress, relationships, past medical history, and much more!



Certified in acupuncture, this treatment involves the use of very thin, small needles to support healing.


physical therapy

Treating new and/or old injuries to get you back on track with your fitness goal or to start moving pain free.

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Phone: (250)588-7708


An inelastic muscle is like a rope. It does not have a good length-tension relationship and often has knots in it. No matter how hard you pull on the rope you cannot get the knot out and you can’t stretch a knot out of a muscle. Using the trigger release tools will improve your performance by increasing the elasticity within the muscle, allowing them to rebound to their natural state. Muscles have to be elastic, not plastic, to work!

Trigger releasing is a therapeutic approach to be used before and after a workout to restore the proper muscle length tension relationship after activities. It helps improve performance, restore balance and range of motion and increases circulation to the overworked and dysfunctional muscle tissue, therefore speeding up recovery time. Targets and breaks up scar tissue and muscle adhesions, helps regain neutral posture and restores positive biomechanics.

Learn how to trigger release your:

  • Soleus Area – affects knee, shin, foot pain, etc.
  • Anterior Tibialis & Extensors – affects knee, shin splints etc.
  • Quadriceps – affects knee, lower back, quad dysfunction, patella tendonitis piriformis syndrome and more.
  • Inner Thigh Muscles – Effects knee pain, groin pulls, medial meniscus & medial collateral ligament injuries, etc.
  • Psoas muscles – affects low and middle back pain, pelvic rotation, etc.
  • Piriformis muscle – affects sciatica, hamstring issues, L4-5 issues gluteus pain, piriformis syndrome, etc.

Stretch Therapy (ST) is practiced by thousands of people worldwide, and is suitable for everyone, regardless of age or fitness level. I am one of the lucky ones to be trained by Kit Laughlin who is one of the world’s authorities on the subject of stretching. I want to introduce everyone to experience the profound effect this has on the body.

Stretch Therapy (ST) is a comprehensive system that includes stretching, fascia remodeling, strengthening, neural re-patterning, and relaxation. The goals are lightness and ease in the body, not strain, stress and tightness. Amazing for rehabilitation of specific physical problems, through development of more efficient alignment and movement patterns. This method is safe for everyone from granny to the elite athlete.

The C-R Approach
The core technique of Stretch Therapy for improving Range of Movement (ROM) of any parts, or whole-body functions is the Contract-Relax (C-R) approach, based on the method called Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (PNF). Traditionally, ROM was considered to be a property of bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and nerves; current thinking is moving towards considering the body to be a continuous fascia web, separated into pockets containing muscles and bones, and all innervated by the brain, via the neural system.

Taking a limb into a stretch position and holding it there for 20 seconds or so (larger muscles are held for longer) until the part being stretched relaxes, repeat and hold to its new length.

The C-R approach ensures that a deeper and longer-lasting stretch is attained, making Stretch Therapy far more effective than simply stretching and holding a position.

These profound stretch therapy sessions will introduce a wide range of variations of spinal movements and stretches suitable for all participants. We will work on hip flexors, piriformis, hamstrings, lower back, calves, neck, shoulders, hands and feet to improve your spinal alignment and balance. Which will allow everyone to work on the strength poses with increased grace and ease in the body.

If you would like to try this amazing therapy, book a 2 hour session with me for full body or one-hour sessions to work on specific problem.


Call: Carolyn Collins 604-889-4091

“Why should I be screened by a physiotherapist before initiating an exercise program?”
As we age, our body is subtly adjusting and adapting to the various demands we place upon it. During the growth spurt, it is common to develop muscle imbalances that in some teens result in altered movement patterns and poor stabilization strategies that can continue through into adulthood. How we end up moving and stabilizing as an adult is often a combination of our genetics, our lifestyle and how our body has evolved or adapted to the varying loads we place it under.

Most people can move through their 20s and 30’s and have minimal if any pain, but what they don’t realize is that by the time they get pain, the dysfunction has been there a long time. This is why for some; the initiation of an exercise program is the very thing that ends up injuring them. Since the body is already compensating to its maximum, when the load through the system is increased (i.e. starting to exercise), breakdown occurs. A screening can help identify inefficient movement and stabilization strategies which can be used to assist your trainer in setting up an exercise program designed to fit your functional abilities.

To Book Appointments:
Call: Sheana Lehigh
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Regularly scheduled massage is an important part of self-care and is useful for many conditions. Whether it be stress relief, pain management, maintenance, or simply a luxurious treat for your body, massage therapy is a powerful tool in your health-care regimen.

Benefits of massage therapy may include: alleviation of lower-back pain, increase in joint flexibility, improved range of motion, improved circulation, release of toxins, exercising and stretching weak, tight or atrophied muscles, recovery from strenuous exercise, reducing post surgery adhesions and swelling, relaxing injured, tired overused muscles, relieving migraine pain, decreasing anxiety, enhancing sleep quality, and promoting greater energy, improved concentration and reduced fatigue.

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