What’s in a name? For the team at Trinity Physiotherapy, Sport & Wellness, the answer is simple: everything.
The clinic, which opened in October 2017, offers a spectrum of services including physiotherapy, massage therapy and personal training. Owner and physiotherapist, Stephen Barclay says the name is an important reflection of the clinic’s values and approach.
“The name is very significant to us as it embodies the understanding of the combination of mental, physical and spiritual care of our clients,” says Barclay. “It demonstrates a respect to the many sides of health and wellness. Our clinic focuses on assessing and treating the whole person and offering the very best holistic care.”
“It represents the idea of how, when we faithfully use our skills and talents to the best of our ability, it lets our light shine, allowing those around us the permission to do the same.”
The thoughtful approach to all aspects of a client’s well being has already garnered the clinic a stellar reputation that continues to grow. Since opening its doors, the clinic has already tripled its staff as new clients – with diverse health, wellness, and rehabilitation goals – continue to hear about the services at Trinity.
“The reception and support from our clients has been outstanding,” he said. “And for this we are truly grateful. The vast majority of our clientele is from word of mouth and client referral. The highest compliment we can receive is when a client recommends our clinic to their family or friends. It makes us feel proud that the client’s experience has been so outstanding that they freely want others to experience it.”
It’s perhaps no surprise how quickly the clinic has made a name for itself. The team of physiotherapists, massage therapists, and personal trainers have collectively obtained some of the highest qualifications and credentials in the Lower Mainland. Trinity is the only clinic in Burnaby where each physiotherapist has obtained the designation of Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy, the highest possible qualification in manual therapy, which involves many years of post-graduate training.
Barclay notes that the team also includes the highest qualified vestibular therapist in Burnaby, mentors and instructors for the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, and therapists who have worked with elite athletes at the Olympic Games – just a few of the unique highlights, skills, and talents at Trinity.
“One of the amazing features of our clinic, under the consent from our clients, is our staff has the ability to collaborate with each other – we can be much more effective when each practitioner can combine their thoughts and offer their ideas on the best care of the client. We also have a large and well-equipped gym with the latest technology features to enhance fitness and treatment goals.”
And ultimately, that’s what it all comes down to: providing the highest quality of care possible for everyone who comes to Trinity.
“We achieve excellence by our high level of staff experience, our dedication to understanding our client’s individual needs, and our provision of care in a state-of-the-art clinic and gym.”
Trinity is located inside the SOLO tower at Willingdon and Lougheed, in the heart of Burnaby, allowing for central access to clients from around the region.
Published by: Burnaby Now Dec 10 2018