Jason Wong, BscKin, MScPT
Registered Interim Physiotherapist

Jason is an avid cyclist and racket sport lover who holds an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia and a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of Alberta. Over the past seven years of studying the wonders of the human body and 10+ years in competitive sport, he has developed extensive experience with orthopaedics and sports injuries. He has advanced training in manual therapy as well as the Functional Movement Screen and has recently taken a special interest in neurological rehabilitation. He was the primary varsity trainer for the University of Alberta tennis team. He was the 2016 winner of the Physiotherapy Alberta Student Leadership Award, which is awarded to one physiotherapy student in Alberta for their involvement in the student and professional community.

Jason believes the moment you step into the clinic to the moment you step out, your experience should be a positive one. Jason strives to make your valuable time worthwhile through modern treatment techniques and self-empowerment. His philosophy is to integrate the best of modern physiotherapy treatment with individualized plans to help you achieve your goals. He is also known to be a great listener.

When not in the clinic, Jason enjoys getting fit on his road bike, competing in various racket sports, dabbling in powerlifting, exploring BC on various hikes, and traveling the world.

Languages spoken: English and Cantonese

Post Graduate Education

Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy: Level 1

Functional Movement Screen: Level 1


NCCP Certified Badminton Coach Level 1

Other Professional Interests

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