Welcome to the Team Chantelle!

Welcome to the Team Chantelle!

Posted Sep 5, 2012 by

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Main Street Physiotherapy Clinic is excited to announce that Chantelle Poon has joined our skilled team of Physiotherapists.

Vancouver Physiotherapy Chantelle PoonChantelle completed her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta in 2006.  Prior to that, she completed her Kinesiology degree at Simon Fraser University in 2003 as well as certificates in Health and Fitness and in Applied Human Nutrition.   She is certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute and recently completed her certificate in Orthopedic Manual Therapy at Curtin University in Perth, Australia.  She has worked in a sports/private practice setting since graduating with a special interest in athletic performance and injury prevention.

Carrer highlights include working as a physiotherapist with the National men’s gymnastics team, the New Westminster Salmonbellies Senior lacrosse team and in the television industry on the show “Hellcats”.  She has also volunteered for Olympic winter games, the World Police and Fire Games, and the Canada Cup Softball tournament.

Chantelle is also an ex-National level gymnast and also competed for Simon Fraser University’s cheerleading team.  She currently coaches the Simon Fraser University cheerleading team and has instructed cheerleading internationally.  Her other interests and activities include volleyball, snowboarding, cycling, running, rollerblading and weight training.

Welcome to the team Chantelle!

Jon has been very helpful in getting me back in shape after a car accident. He explains clearly what is happening with my back and how to strengthen it in a way that makes sense to me. The combination of IMS, manual therapy, and stretching/exercise has reduced my pain and given me a broader range of motion. Thank you, Jonathan!

~ A. Montgomery. Read More