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Bryce Jay

Registered Physiotherapist
Vestibular & Concussion Physiotherapist

Bryce completed his Master of Physical Therapy at the University of Western Ontario (UWO) after completing a Bachelor of Sciences at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He is experienced with working with athletes of all ages, joint replacement rehabilitation (pre & postsurgical procedures), MVA injuries, chronic muscle and joint related pain, and work-related injuries. Bryce also has specialized training and skills in working with people who are suffering from vestibular disorders and concussion symptoms.

Bryce utilizes a holistic approach during his assessments and treatments to build strong therapeutic relationships with his clients by keeping in mind their different beliefs, values, and experiences. Using his own extensive knowledge and experience, he is able to then design and implement individualized treatment programs for his clients, optimizing the client’s performance and rehabilitation.

During his time away from work, Bryce is a competitive ultimate player with 10+ years of experience. He has played for the UBC and UWO varsity ultimate teams competing against teams in Canada and the United States. He also enjoys biking around the city, hiking and camping, and exploring the city in route of finding the best places to eat sushi.

Bryce Jay

Master of Physical Therapy
Bachelor of Science in Integrated Sciences

Special Interests:

Sports injuries
Vestibular rehabilitation
MVA injuries

“My experience with Empower Physiotherapy has been very positive. My physiotherapist was Bryce Jay. He was easy to talk to and did a great job helping me do exercises on my right ankle after an injury. He has taught me well on how to continue those exercises between my visits and follow-up afterwards. I met my goal of being able to do, and enjoy, my daily walks like usual. Thank you Bryce. The reception staff are always welcoming, smiling, and very efficient at their job. Thank you to all staff for caring so much about your patients to help them heal.” - Charlotte Pierce

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