Burnaby, BC – Peformax Health Group is pleased to announce the introduction of Force Balance Technique: Performax’s solution to sports injury rehabilitation and chronic joint pain administered by the Physiotherapists in the Burnaby BC clinic.
The Force Balance Technique integrates physiotherapy, acupuncture, massage therapy, and regenerative medicine methodologies and protocols to deliver outstanding results in patient care. All Force Balance Technicians at Performax are licensed Physiotherapists working out of Burnaby B.C. clinic at 6170 Kingsway.
Created by Dean Kotopski, Performax’s Head Physiotherapist and clinic owner, Force Balance Technique has dramatically expedited healing for many professional athletes, weekend warriors, and others suffering from chronic joint pain. Through a series of protocols focused on stability, mobility, alignment, and neuromuscular conditioning, Force Balance Technique helps get our patients back to peak performance in half the time of traditional physiotherapy alone.
“The new website is our first official communication on Force Balance Technique,” says Dean Kotopski. “We are excited by the results of this program which we have been perfecting for the past 10 years and are looking forward to further growing the communication and outreach for Force Balance Technique so that many thousands more can benefit from it.”
Founded in 2008, Performax Health Group has seen tens of thousands of patients and made its mark as the go to physiotherapy and sports rehab center. For patients who need to be injury free for their work or those suffering from chronic pain, Force Balance Technique is the premier Physiotherapy methodology. Their office is located at 6170 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC V5J 1H5. They can be contacted via phone at (604) 433-0100 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For residents of British Columbia, https://bcphysio.org/ is a great website to get more information for local news and updates on how physiotherapy can improve one’s life.
Company Name: Performax Health Group
Contact Person: Dean
Phone: (604) 433-0100
State: British Columbia