Griffin Douglas, Resident Physiotherapist

Griffin graduated from Queen’s University with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2023. Prior to his Physiotherapy degree, Griffin completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology at Vancouver Island University in 2020, where he played varsity soccer. He grew up on Vancouver Island and fell in love with sports at a young age. He played hockey, basketball, and baseball, but chose to pursue soccer competitively. Through soccer, Griffin incurred multiple injuries, spurring his initial love for physiotherapy and rehabilitation sciences.

Griffin’s passion lies in helping people get back to the things they want to do most. He believes that all activities have the potential to be pain-free, and that the key to successful rehabilitation is a strong partnership between therapist and client – working together to achieve the same goal. His treatment techniques include active rehabilitation, hands on manual therapy, joint mobilizations, therapeutic modalities, graded exposure, and home exercise programming.

When Griffin is not at the clinic, you can find him hiking, working on his semi-pro pickleball career, or watching the Canucks game!

He is confident that he can help you reach your goals!