Physiostation & Sports Injury Clinic is a private outpatient rehabilitation practice dedicated to helping individuals of all ages and abilities achieve their maximum physical potential. At Physiostation, we provide the highest standard of patient care utilizing advanced manual therapy techniques, motor control and biomechanical analysis.
As a multi-disciplinary clinic, we provide physiotherapy, kinesiology and intramuscular stimulation/dry needling services to Cloverdale and the surrounding communities. Our therapists are dedicated to providing individualized treatment plans utilizing current evidence-based research to maximize rehabilitation and future injury prevention.
Physiostation & Sports Injury Clinic
Helping You Achieve Peak Performance
Physiostation’s bright, modern clinic opened in April 2014. Owners Mylee Ross and Julie Sopko worked together for 8 years at a sports injury clinic in Langley, BC, prior to opening Physiostation. Their vision is to provide client-centered care in a state-of-the-art facility, with longer appointment times ensuring more one-on-one time with each client.
We are passionate about our local sporting community, supporting the Surrey United Soccer Club, Surrey Beavers Rugby Club, Kwantlen Athletics, Game Ready and Pacific Sport Athletes.
Find us at:
Unit 113-17433 Highway 10 (Highway 10 & 176th Street)
Surrey, BC V3S 2X6
The Physiostation team brings together a wide range of training, experience and expertise to offer clients services and solutions that are tailored to their individual needs.
MSC.PT, BSC.Kin, FCAMT, IMS, Sport Physiotherapy
Master of Science in Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy, Intramuscular Stimulation, Sport Physiotherapy Canada Certificate
Mylee co-founded Physiostation & Sports Injury Clinic in 2014 in order to expand her unique skill set as a Physiotherapist.
Mylee draws on her background as a competitive athlete and more than a decade of experience as a senior physiotherapist to help clients reach their full physical potential. She has worked with professional, amateur, youth, and recreational athletes, including helping NFL and BC Lions players with injury management and prevention. Mylee also does contract work as a Physiotherapist with the Canadian Women’s National Soccer Team, has worked with National Lacrosse League players, and has been the Physiotherapist with the Langley Thunder Senior A Lacrosse Team for the past 5 seasons.
Mylee graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology and a Certificate in Health and Fitness from Simon Fraser University where she held athletic scholarships to play both varsity soccer and softball. She graduated with a Masters of Science Degree in Physiotherapy from Curtin University of Technology in Perth, Australia, and has also received advanced certifications in intramuscular stimulation (IMS). Mylee currently holds the highest certification from the Canadian Academy of Manual Therapists (FCAMT) and has attained her Sport Physiotherapy certificate. She has taken Body Balance for Performance courses and has instructed at golf schools for women.
Mylee plays and coaches for the highly successful Surrey United Women’s Premier soccer team, the most successful team in Canadian Soccer club history. She enjoys spending her time playing soccer, road cycling, competing in triathlons, yoga, Pilates, and travelling. Mylee’s patients come from all walks of life, and include athletes recovering from acute injuries; athlete screening for prevention of injuries; concussion management cases; persons with work injuries; and individuals addressing chronic ailments.
Pat De Ath on April 7, 2014
Mylee is the best – she has helped me over many years with my assorted problems when no one else could. I drive from the North Shore to see her, and would follow her anywhere she goes!
Lisa on April 22, 2014
I have been seeing Mylee on and off for over six years. She has helped me when no one else could get to the root of the problem. She has seen me through child carrying issues, heavy arthritis, and disc issues in my back. With her help I have gone from not wanting to get off the couch to working out at the gym and even joining a soccer team – things I couldn’t imagine doing a year ago. I would follow her anywhere.
PT, BSc.ExSci, COMT, IMS
Physiotherapist, Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sport Science, Certified Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapist, Certified Intramuscular Stimulation practitioner.
Julie co-founded Physiostation & Sports Injury Clinic in 2014 in order to incorporate a multifaceted approach to orthopaedic manual physiotherapy, drawing on her own background as a competitive athlete.
Julie has over 15 years of experience as a senior physiotherapist working with elite and recreational athletes, as well as professional dancers and performers. She graduated with high distinction with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise and Sports Science from The Pennsylvania State University in 1997, where she received a scholarship to play NCAA Division 1 softball. She was twice named an academic All-American during her time at Penn State.
In 2002, Julie graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy from Queen’s University. She continued pursuing advanced certifications in acupuncture, intramuscular stimulation (IMS), and in 2008 Julie obtained the highest advanced certification in Manual and Manipulative Therapy (COMT) from the North American Institute of Orthopaedic Manual Therapists. She is currently taking applied functional science courses through the Grey Institute.
Julie’s interest in orthopaedics and biomechanics began with her career as a competitive athlete. She gained valuable experience as a physiotherapist while working in New York at Westside Dance Physical Therapy, where she had the privilege of working on site and touring with the New York City Ballet. Julie also worked on site at Julliard, the School of American Ballet and has treated many professionals performing on Broadway. She has developed and instructed classes for professional athletes, including yoga for back care and foot and ankle specialty classes.
Julie’s current sports endeavors include snowboarding, mountain biking, and golf. Her patients come from all backgrounds, including athletes recovering from a wide range of acute injuries and surgeries; individuals addressing chronic ailments and clients involved in work injuries and motor vehicle accidents.
Sandi Barker on May 16, 2014
So impressed with the treatment received from Julie! Feel better than I have in years.
Margaret Thomas on May 28, 2014
I have been to see Julie several times in the past and have received excellent treatment and results. Don’t be afraid of the IMS treatments – I was at first, but they are remarkable and do wonders. Thanks Julie.
MPT, BSc, IMS/FDN
Master of Science in Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science, Orthopedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy candidate, Certified Intramuscular Stimulation practitioner.
Laura graduated with a Master of Physiotherapy Degree from Curtin University in Perth, Australia. She also has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Zoology from the University of Calgary. Laura is currently working towards her Diploma of Advanced Orthopedic and Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy.
Laura grew up playing basketball and volleyball and running cross-country. She is currently active in a wide variety of sports, including basketball, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, rock climbing and hiking.
Having personal experience with injuries, Laura is committed to injury prevention and to restoring people to their pre-injury activity level. Laura is passionate about helping individuals of all ages and abilities participate in the activities they enjoy, and works with each person to meet their specific goals.
Jeff Clark, Technical Director Surrey United Soccer Club on October 15, 2014
While the Surrey United U-18 BCPL boys played at the national championship tournament Laura changed her plans to accommodate several of the athletes. She played a huge part in getting the boys ready to play in the tournament where each of them contributed to our championship win. Thank you Laura!
MSc.PT, BSc.Kin, CAFCI, IMS/FDN
Master of Science in Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology, Certificate in Health and Fitness, Certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute
Kadi is passionate about helping people of all ages and abilities to reach their personal goals. She combines her physical therapy skill set with her experiences as an elite gymnast to help athletes reach their full potential in sport. Kadi represented British Columbia at Western and Canadian National Artistic Gymnastics Championships as well as coached recreational and competitive gymnastics in Surrey and Delta for many years.
Kadi graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Certificate in Health and Fitness from Simon Fraser University. For two years she worked as a Kinesiologist in a busy private practice where she developed exercise programs to help individuals recover from injury and improve their abilities.
Kadi received her Master’s of Science in Physical Therapy from Queen’s University where she was awarded the Cora E. Hewitt Scholarship in Physical Therapy for academic excellence.
Intimately familiar with arthritis and the impact chronic disease can have on daily life, Kadi has a passion for helping others manage their disease to improve quality of life. Kadi volunteers with the Arthritis Society facilitating information sessions within the community and is a certified Arthritis Self Management Program Leader. Kadi’s personal experience with arthritis drives her ability to help individuals with all types of chronic illness overcome their obstacles.
Kadi spends her time cycling, hiking, and geocaching. She loves to travel, and to cook and eat delicious healthy meals. Staying active through sports and fitness has long been a part of Kadi’s life and she aims to help others to achieve their personal goals.
MSc.PT, BHK, CGIMS, FCAMPT
Masters Degree in Physiotherapy, Bachelors Degree in Human Kinetics, Certified Intramuscular Stimulation Practitioner, Certified Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapist.
Tara graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy in 2009. She completed a Bachelors Degree in Human Kinetics from UBC in 2005. Tara is certified in IMS Gunn Intramuscular Neural Stimulation and holds a diploma in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy.
Tara has been a member of FCAMPT since 2016. She is passionate about dance and fitness related activities which ignited an interest in movement and the human body at an early age. Tara grew up dancing competitively and understands the movement, strength and flexibility required by the body to perform at this level. She enjoys treating dance related injuries and has conducted several injury prevention workshops at dance studios within the community.
During her career Tara has been involved in personal training and rehabilitation of high performance athletes. While pursuing her Masters degree, Tara assisted with the treatment of international and NHL level athletes. Tara is currently working with the Vancouver Stealth Lacrosse in the National Lacrosse League as part of their medical team. She has also been involved with Langley Thunder Lacrosse league for the past 5 years.
Tara enjoys an active lifestyle with a variety of activities including: biking, skiing, surfing, yoga, pilates, dance, swimming, hiking, volleyball and weight training.
BSc, MPT, CAFCI, IMS
Bachelor of Science, Master of Physical Therapy, Certified in Intramuscular Stimulation, Certified in Selective Functional Movement Assessments (SFMA)
Christina graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Findlay with a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Physical Therapy. She is licensed in acupuncture and functional dry needling/IMS and holds certifications in Selective Functional Movement Assessments (SFMA). Christina is also currently pursuing education in more advanced orthopaedic and manual physiotherapy.
Christina played varsity soccer at UF and in retirement from soccer has taken up weight lifting and cycling. She has spent much of her life around competitive athletes and people who are enthusiastic about living life to the fullest. She has experience in treating a wide variety of patients from geriatrics to amputees to cross-fitters and elite level athletes. She is passionate about getting people back to more than just the basics but getting them back to doing the things they love!
RMT, BGS APSC
Registered Massage Therapist, Bachelor of General Studies in Applied Science
Alanna graduated with a Bachelor of General Studies in Applied Science from Simon Fraser University with a focus on Kinesiology and English in addition to a Certificate in Health and Fitness and a Certificate in Applied Human Nutrition. During her time at SFU, Alanna participated in the CO-OP Program where she gained experience working as an Orthopaedic Brace Fitter and as a student Kinesiologist. Alanna worked as an Exercise Therapist & Personal Trainer for six years in a busy multi-disciplinary clinic where she was responsible for guiding clients of all abilities through their rehabilitation programs to get them back to wellness. She also gained on-field experience working with Langley Athletic FC where she performed pre-game taping, onsite first-aid and injury management.
Alanna has a great passion for exercise therapy and helping clients recover from injury and assisting them to return to their optimal level of function. It was her passion for helping clients that drove Alanna back to school to add to her skill set and become a Registered Massage Therapist. While studying at WCCMT, Alanna gained experience working with clients with varying conditions including; Sports Related Injuries, Postural Related Injuries, Osteoarthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Pre-Natal Clients both healthy and high risk pregnancy, Headaches, Burns & Scars and Post-Surgical work. She also received recognition from the RMTBC for her Case Study work. Her approach to massage therapy is to take the time to listen and thoroughly assess her clients to create a treatment plan that includes the appropriate massage techniques and active rehabilitation exercises.
Currently Alanna enjoys playing slo-pitch, running with her husky Bandit, snowboarding and hiking.
Jordan is currently finishing his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University with a concentration in Active Health & Rehabilitation.
Jordan aspires to become a physiotherapist after finishing his degree and hopes to bring his passion for rehab and active living into assisting others with their rehabilitation efforts. Jordan has played volleyball and baseball competitively for many years and had the opportunity to assist in coaching a high school volleyball team.
Jordan’s interests include volleyball, kayaking, travelling, and photography, all while enjoying the many hikes that BC has to offer.
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