About the Clinic
Location & Directions
Rankin Physiotherapy Location#149 1233 Lynn Valley RdNorth Vancouver, BC V7J 0A1Rankin Physiotherapy operates out of the Canopy Integrated Health clinic. The clinic is located in the Lynn Valley Library Square, adjacent to the Lynn Valley Centre. Wednesdays: 10:00am – 1:00pm and Fridays: 1:30pm – 7:30pm
ParkingUnderground pay Parking is accessible off of Mountain Highway. Turn west into the underground lot at Ross Road across from the Starbucks Coffee Shop.
Author Archives: Susan Rankin
On May 25 to 27, Susan Rankin successfully completed the Shift Concussion Management course. Post concussion syndrome was presented as a “brain energy” issue. Many of the symptoms post-concussion include dizziness, headache, nausea, fatigue, and fogginess caused by the brain’s … Continue reading
Jackie Diels and Susan Rankin held a 3-day workshop to advance train 6 more facial therapists. From left to right in the picture are: Heather Bhide, Helen Gatling-Austin, Erica Pitsch, Jackie Diels, Susan Rankin, Heather Smith, Jessica Johnson and Matt … Continue reading
I’m pleased to let you know that Jay Cooling, PT and Advanced trained Facial Therapist has just launched a private, mobile physiotherapy service. He will be seeing people in the comfort of their own homes anywhere from Strathmore to Calgary, … Continue reading
In the United Kingdom it’s Facial Palsy Awareness Week.
On November 3, 2017, amid swirling snow and minus temperatures, the Introductory Facial Neuromuscular Retraining course took place in Calgary. 9 therapists from Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer were in attendance with a variety of professional backgrounds: speech language pathologists, … Continue reading
The 13th International Facial Nerve Symposium (IFNS) was held August 3 to August 6, 2017 in Los Angeles. The IFNS is held every 4 years and brings together Facial Plastic Surgeons, Ear Nose and Throat Surgeons, Head and Neck surgeons as well … Continue reading
The article written by Wuyts, Van Rompaey, and Maes has eight different dimensions that characterize vertigo complaints and help clinicians in their diagnosis. Continue reading
A recent article in the New York Times provides some interesting insights on the topic of dizziness. “Dizziness is not a disease but rather a symptom that can result from a huge variety of underlying disorders or, in some … Continue reading
From l to r, Kirsty Nicol, Susan Rankin, Sarah Kennedy and Christina Wong This past week-end was an incredible time of learning and sharing. Three new Physiotherapists came to learn their Advanced Techniques in Facial Neuromuscular Retraining. We spent time … Continue reading