Suzanne Foster (Robinson)

BA Psych, B Sc Physiotherapy


Suzanne is a graduate of the University of British Columbia (BAPsych) and the University of Western Ontario (BScPT). She began her physiotherapy career at a sports medicine clinic in Calgary, AB where she completed her Orthopedic Manual Therapy Levels. Suzanne also completed an Advanced Manual Therapy series of courses which included the craniovertebral and TMJ regions, cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine regions as well as the treatment of muscle and neural tension. She  completed her acupuncture training (AFCI) before returning to Vancouver in 2005.
In 2006 she completed her Intramuscular Stimulation (GIMS) training and has
since furthered her acupuncture training. She has taken courses in the prevention of running injuries and in 2010 became a certified Fit-For-Two Pre and Postnatal Fitness Specialist (PPFS).
Suzanne utilizes a broad range of physiotherapy techniques. They include
running gait assessment and treatment, manual therapy including myofascial
release, as well as core stability education and designing active exercise
and rehabilitation programs. She frequently uses needling techniques- IMS
and acupuncture-for the treatment of sport and running related injuries,
chronic pain, MVA and occupational rehabilitation.
Suzanne is an active mother of one with another on the way in August 2013.
She enjoys skiing (LEVEL1 CSIA ) and running and hiking the Columbia Gorge,
Canadian Rockies, and at home in the North Shore mountains.
Her areas of special interests include the prevention of running injuries,
pre and postnatal fitness, chronic neck and back pain and stiffness, core
stability rehabilitation, and TMJ dysfunction.