Debra Treloar, Physiotherapist, Vancouver, BC

Debra Treloar

Debra Treloar

BSR, FCAMPT
Physiotherapist
Vancouver, BC
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Debra Treloar Bio

Deb Treloar graduated from UBC in 1979 with a Bachelors Degree in Rehabilitation Sciences. She and her husband Bill started Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic in 1982 in a small office on Broadway in Vancouver. She completed the Advanced Diploma of Orthopaedic and Manipulative Therapy in 1984 and became a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapists. Deb taught extensively in the Canadian Manual Therapy Course system for a number of years. She developed a foot and ankle course for physiotherapists that she has continued to teach throughout Canada. In 2011, Deb received the Physiotherapy Association of BC Award for Clinical Excellence for her contribution as a clinician and furthering the clinical understanding of the foot and ankle. Deb is a guest lecturer in the Masters of Physical Therapy program at UBC.

Deb has continued to work clinically with clients with all types of problems although her practice has evolved to a large percentage of people with foot and ankle issues. She enjoys treating people of all ages and many years of coaching soccer has given her a lot of experience with adolescents. During the past four years Deb has continued her education by taking a series of Bobath courses (an assessment and treatment approach for people with neurological conditions). She is enjoying applying the neurophysiology and Bobath concept to her orthopaedic patients, as it is a paradigm that involves the interrelationship of all the parts of the body.

Treloar Physiotherapy Clinic , Vancouver BC

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    Extremely happy with all the treatments I have had with Debra Trelor , physiotherapust in a Vancouver.
    Submitted: May 01, 2016
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    I recently was seen by Debra Treloar a Physiotherapist to discusses differences in leg length. I have felt for some time my left leg was longer than my right and it was effecting both my back and knee. Deb was able to get me aliened correctly and look at my length difference.
    Submitted: February 24, 2016
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    Debra Treloar has been helping me with a bad neck for 6 weeks and has been making great progress with its stiffness and mobility. I would recommend Deb and her entire clinic to anyone looking for a good physiotherapist.
    Submitted: February 24, 2016

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