• MEMBER NEWS: WSCB Update

    WSBC update:

    This morning,  WSBC announced another one week extension to submit the RFP. However, answers to questions we sent over on Monday have not been posted yet. What this means is that the process is on hold for a few more days. A number of you have asked questions with respect to the withdraw of the RFP. If you want to withdraw your submission, the process is here

  • MEMBER NEWS: New PABC Member Benefit

    40% off at Steve Nash Fitness World for PABC Members and their Families

    • Save 40% off regular membership rates
    • Good at all Fitness World locations
    • Available to PABC members AND their families

    SPECIAL DEAL! If over 100 PABC members sign up by October 15, 2017, you will all receive ONE YEAR FREE membership! 

    For details on how to sign up, please login and visit:

  • Physio Can Help Neurological Conditions from Parkinson's to Stroke

    An estimated 3.6 million Canadians are affected by neurological conditions. Neurological conditions are disorders and diseases that occur as a result of injury, genetics and exposures and include epilepsy, Alzheimer disease and other dementias, cerebrovascular diseases including stroke, migraine and other headache disorders, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, neuroinfections, brain tumours, traumatic disorders of the nervous system due to head trauma like concussions.

  • Physio Can Help Chronic Pain: A Patient Story

    PABC's latest video highlights the story of a patient living with chronic pain and the positive impact that physiotherapy treatments have in helping him with both his every day life and doing the things he loves. 

  • Physio Can Help Campaign Launch

    PABC’s 2017 public awareness campaign #PhysioCanHelp launches today to spread the message message that the work of physiotherapists enhances patients’ lives every day. We know that physiotherapy treats so much more than just musculoskeletal conditions, and we want to make sure that the Physio Can Help message comes through loud and clear to British Columbians.  Our profession provides treatments and preventative interventions for a myriad of injuries and conditions, unfortunately the general public does not associate physiotherapy with a broad range of conditions.