Andrew Eglen

Massage Therapist Andrew Eglen

Andrew completed his education in massage therapy at West Coast College of Massage Therapy.  He was motivated to pursue a career in massage therapy after experiencing the benefits, first hand, as a patient many years ago.  For Andrew, the most satisfying part of being a massage therapist is seeing the positive results treatment can bring for his patients.

While Andrew is trained in numerous massage techniques (swedish, sports massage, trigger point therapy, pregnancy massage, etc.), Andrew’s treatment philosophy is based on therapist-patient communication.  Whether it’s the amount of pressure he applies, or the technique he uses, Andrew believes active and ongoing communication is necessary to understand his patient’s needs and help them achieve their desired outcomes.

When not at the clinic, Andrew enjoys trying out new recipes in the kitchen or hosting family and friends for a meal.  In the spring and summer, you can often find Andrew hiking through our local mountains, or “chilling” at the beach.  Andrew also loves watching sports, and is an avid Canucks fan.

Shockwave Therapy Now Available

Shockwave is a non-invasive form of treatment that has been around for 20 years now, initially being used to treat kidney stones. Shockwave produces acoustic waves that help in treating a number of musculoskeletal conditions, especially in those chronic situations...

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Linda, Retired RN

Krystie, I really appreciate all the care that you’ve given me and I’m truly grateful to have you as my physiotherapist. Thank you for everything that you do. read more


Update: March 11, 2022

Please note: The Provincial Government has removed the mask mandate for public spaces in BC.  Inside our clinic, we are requiring masks to be worn in common areas.  This is because a sizeable portion of our patients are elderly, immunocompromised, or in the highest risk levels.  Part of our responsibility as healthcare professionals is ensuring all patients have access to care – therefore we have a responsibility to ensure our environment is safe for everybody.  However, once you are inside a treatment room, masks can be taken off with mutual consent between a patient (yourself), and therapist.  This means if you want your therapist to wear a mask, they will.  If both you and your therapist would like to remove your masks, you may.  We think this is a compromise which can accommodate nearly everybody.

Just a reminder, despite COVID-19 cases declining in BC, there is still community transmission.  This means there is at least some risk of COVID-19 transmission at our clinic.

NEW: We have installed HEPA air purifiers inside each of our treatment rooms to further try to limit the spread of COVID-19.

Thank you for your continued support.  We hope everyone stays healthy.

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