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Station Physiotherapy is a professionally designed space with all private treatment rooms as well as a spacious gym.  We are looking to take on an additional therapist to be part of our practice to help keep up with the busy caseload.

Our clinic caters primarily to the growing Tri-Cities region with a strong focus on community, family and wellbeing. Our current caseload is primarily private however we also see MVA related clients, no WSBC.  We receive many local referrals from clients, doctors, surgeons and other health care providers.  Our open environment encourages collaboration, learning and education to our clients, therapists and staff.

Our ideal candidate is someone with a strong desire to grow professionally and be part of a collaborative team environment.  An asset would be strong orthopedic skills and an interest in sports related injuries along with IMS and/OR Pelvic floor.  A strong professional work ethic and desire to learn & grow is what is of the utmost importance. 

We’re offering a competitive package for the right candidate who can help us continue to grow and deliver a professional and personal level of care to our amazing clients.

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WILFRED LEA is a Canadian-born Taiwanese that is fluent in Mandarin. He worked in hospitals around Sydney, Australia as well as a supervisor at a private clinic. His passion in bodybuilding, snowboarding, breakdancing, tumbling and acrobatics also allows him to understand injuries and movements that are at extremes of the human body.

He completed his Master of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney in 2019 and previously Bachelor of Kinesiology from SFU in 2017. He uses his background in kinesiology, powerlifting, and bodybuilding to devise tailored treatment plans that optimize exercise rehabilitation. As he continues to grow at Station Physiotherapy, he plans to expand his knowledge by taking additional certificates to provide the best practice for all patients.

Will has a passion for helping patients regain function and tackle their daily lives head on. He believes optimizing patient goals comes from incorporating a combination of reassurance, education, individualized exercise progression, and a mixture of hands-on manual therapy and passive modalities. His experience has given him the knowledge to help those in all walks of life.