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Eric Ginter

Eric Ginter

Registered Physiotherapist

Certified Neurokinetic Therapy® Practitioner

Certified in Medical Acupuncture

Concussion Rehabilitation

Certified in Functional Movement Screening (FMS)

Certified Rocktape® Doc

What can I do for you?

From the injured worker to the athlete, I strive to help people achieve their peak health and performance. I get satisfaction in helping my clients get out of pain, and to move better. Our bodies are designed for movement and when movement breaks down, pain is often the result. This means that in order to move often, you have to be able to move well first. Part of the therapy I offer is to coach, improve and establish optimal movement patterns. I am a big believer that “exercise is medicine!”

How else can I help you?

I have done extensive training in different forms of therapy to better help my clients optimize their movement and recover from their injuries. One key area that I am extremely passionate about is concussion management and rehabilitation. Whether by sport or motor vehicle accident, the concussion phenomenon is far more complex than most realize, and my training ensures that no aspects of concussion go ignored. I have even gone as far as to establish my very own comprehensive Concussion examination as well as a Concussion Rehab Kit to better aid my clients.

Further, I have training in an assessment and treatment methodology known worldwide as Neurokinetic Therapy®. This method is efficient and thorough at uncovering the underlying cause or driver to someone’s pain. It ensures that I am treating the area that is causing your pain, NOT just treating your symptoms. For this reason, I thoroughly enjoy working with those that suffer from chronic and recurring issues, those that haven’t succeeded in other types of therapies and those have been told they will have to simply just “live with their pain”.

Want to know a little bit more about me?

I was born and raised in Northern BC but fell in love with the island several years ago while attending UVic. Last summer my wife and I decided to live full time in paradise and moved to the Cowichan Valley. We prefer to spend our time outdoors being active. You’ll likely find us swimming at the beach, mountain biking, or hiking a nearby trail with our dogs, Lola and Allie.

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