Kelly Ross, Local Physiotherapist, Vancouver BC, Physiotherapy Now

Kelly Ross

Kelly Ross

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Vancouver, BC
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Kelly is a Physiotherapist who is a strong believer in individualizing her treatments, working alongside her patients to attain their personal goals, and to help them lead healthy lives.

She has worked at several physiotherapy clinics in the lower mainland gaining experience in many orthopaedic and sports injuries.

Fun fact: Kelly was a member of the Arts Umbrella Dance Company for 10 years then went on to dance at the University of Western Ontario and with the Vancouver Grizzlies Dance Team. When not working, Kelly lives an active lifestyle which includes running, cycling, yoga, strength training, and keeping up with her 3 kids.



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Please contact ( Kelly Ross, Local Physiotherapist Vancouver, BC ) to enquire if this health care provider is accepting new patients. Physiotherapy NOW is part of the Now Health Network and its focus is on muscular and skeletal conditions. . Range-of-motion exercises: You’ll do some assisted exercises and exercise at home. Physiotherapists will recommend exercise after virtually any injury. Your physiotherapist will show you strengthening exercises based on your condition and current health.

 ACL and MCL injuries: An ACL injury is an injury to the anterior cruciate ligament in the knee, which is located in the middle of the knee joint. The ACL is one of the biggest stability structures of the knee. An MCL sprain is an injury to the medial collateral ligament of the knee. The medial collateral ligament is a structure that runs along the medial side of the knee. A physiotherapist will use their hands to assess the joint motion and then turn that examination into treatment, by taking the joints and gliding them in the different directions that will ultimately result in improvement of mobility. Manual therapy is a modality that physiotherapists use for many injuries. This hands-on approach refers to many things, including therapeutic massage and assisted stretching and exercise.

 Arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one of the most common types of inflammatory arthritis. It’s a chronic, long-term disease that progresses over time. Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of arthritis, affecting millions of people worldwide. It’s caused when the cartilage on the ends of the bones wears down. Ankylosing Spondylitis: Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a chronic type of arthritis that affects the lower back, causing inflammation and resulting in pain and stiffness. 

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