COMPASSIONATE. SKILLFUL. PROFESSIONAL.
DR. KODY AU
BScN, MSESS, DC
Dr. Kody Au graduated from the University of Alberta in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. He worked at Burnaby Hospital on the Acute Medicine and Stroke ward shortly after graduating. In 2015, Dr. Kody Au obtained his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Masters of Science in Exercise and Sports Sciences and a Doctor of Chiropractic graduating with Magna Cum Laude Honors from the University of Western States.
Kody has extensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. He has a special interest in sports related injuries where he applies extensive assessment, traditional chiropractic therapy, and cutting edge rehabilitation techniques.
Kody has played volleyball competitively in high school and continues to play recreationally till this day. He is also currently a member and sponsor of the Vancouver Dodgeball League. By being active his whole life, Kody has a special appreciation towards sports and athletics. He seeks to allow individuals of all ages to continue their activities as long as possible.
Jonathan graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Kinesiology in 2016 specializing in clinical exercise physiology . He has volunteered with Special Olympics training athletes in various sports. He also assisted with back to work rehab programs at LifeMark Health.
Jonathan has played many sports competitively such as soccer, volleyball, basketball, track and field. Unfortunately, Jonathan accumulated several injuries and went in for treatment. He found an appreciation for active rehabilitation and was keen on keeping himself healthy. Jonathan understands the clients' perspective and knows what it feels like to be in their shoes with an injury. He wants to help clients recover safely and quickly as well as teach them how to prevent injuries in the future.
Selenia graduated from the University of Alberta with her Masters in Physiotherapy in 2012. She completed her bachelors at the University of Nebraska in Nutrition Exercise Science while playing Division I NCAA soccer. Selenia has been a member of the Canadian Women’s National Soccer team at both youth and senior levels for 13 years. Upon graduation, Selenia played professionally across Europe and North America for numerous clubs including the Vancouver Whitecaps women’s team.
Using her athletic and clinical experience, Selenia brings a unique perspective in managing various injuries and providing rehabilitation programs. Through a combination of manual therapy techniques and progressive exercises, she focuses on the correction of muscle imbalance and movement patterns in order to restore proper biomechanics for both acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries. Selenia specializes in Shockwave therapy, Dry needling, joint mobilizations, soft tissue and fascial techniques and focuses her attention on patient education and injury prevention.
Selenia is passionate about helping her patients set and achieve realistic and effective goals so that they can return to their everyday activities they love.
Education & Training:
- Completed Masters in Physiotherapy -2012
- IMS / DN certified
- Shockwave certified (ESWT)
- Kinesiotaping provider
- Completed Level 1- Ortho division
- Kelly Starrett’s Crossfit Movement and Mobility Trainer Course
- Personal Training certificate ACE certified- 2008
- Post graduate training in Manual therapy & Soft tissue mobilization
Techniques & Treatments:
- Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)
- Joint mobilizations
- IMS/ DN ( dry needeling )
- Shockwave therapy
- Soft Tissue Mobilization
- Deep tissue Massage
- Trigger point release
- Passive and Active stretching and strengthening
- Muscle Energy Techniques
- Myofascial Release
- Movement pattern re-training
- Postural biomechanics re-training
Eileen graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelors degree in Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology. She has had an extensive history of volunteering experience with a variety of health populations including patients with spinal cord injury at Neuromotion Physiotherapy, cardiac rehabilitation and occupational therapy programs at Vancouver General Hospital, the ECU physiotherapy ambulation program with UBC Hospital, an adapted boxing class for the Parkinson’s Disease Exercise Program at Neurofit BC, and at the Physical Activity Research Centre at ICORD. Currently, Eileen volunteers at Enable Occupational Therapy where she works with children with physical, cognitive, and social challenges in diverse environments.
Eileen grew up taking part in track and field, which led to her love to run. She enjoys weightlifting, volleyball, dodgeball, hiking, and bowling. Eileen has always lived an active, positive lifestyle and believes that everyone is capable of achieving a high quality of life and living life to its fullest potential. Eileen is fluent in English and American Sign Language.