Education and
Advanced Training

Masters of Physical Therapy – UBC

Bachelors of Kinesiology – UBC

Bike Fit Certification

Fundamentals of Running Injuries – The Running Clinic

Rehab Reformer 1 Pilates Training – PNW Pilates

Orthopaedic Division Level 1

Chris Schreiber

BKin, MPT

Registered Physiotherapist

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Chris completed his Masters of Physical Therapy and Bachelors of Kinesiology at UBC. He has worked with a variety of populations, caring for musculoskeletal, neurological, post-surgical, and sport conditions. Chris is a bike fit specialist and has completed post graduate courses on headaches and migraines, running injuries, soft tissue therapy, and his level 1 Orthopaedic Division certification.

Chris has also completed his Reformer Rehab Pilates course through Pacific Northwest Pilates and offers Clinical Pilates as one of his Physiotherapy treatment modalities.

Chris’ treatment style uses a holistic approach, combining manual therapy, exercise, and evidence-based strategies to help manage injuries. Chris understands the mental and physical challenges of rehab alongside the nuance of one’s own health journey. Chris underwent a significant weight loss and transition to sport in his youth. This transition featured many physical and mental hurdles that were aided by Physiotherapy. This unique personal experience helped to inform his client-centred approach and subsequently inspired his physical therapy career.

Chris enjoys treating a wide range of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions, and has a particular interest in running, cycling, strength and conditioning, and post-surgical rehabilitation. When Chris isn’t at the clinic you can catch him training on his bike for his yearly Gran Fondo rides, setting pace goals for upcoming marathons, pursuing his passion for golf, and continuing his strength and conditioning goals in the gym. He is always up for a new challenge. Chris also has a passion for music and hiking in the outdoors, so you might hear him playing his guitar during his treks through Northshore mountains on camping trips.