Dear Patients,

Update July 2021: Our priority is to make sure that everyone coming to the clinic stays safe and all appropriate actions to avoid transmission of communicable diseases are taken. In order to achieve this, we have made some changes to the existing COVID-19 protocol. Here are the protocols in place currently in the clinic:

  • Don’t come to your appointment if you feel sick: if you feel unwell with fever, chills, new onset of cough, diarrhea or flu-like symptoms, please stay home and reschedule your appointment.. The use of a pre-screening email 24 hour before your appointment has been discontinued,
  • Relaxed cancellation policy: If you feel unwell and need to cancel, we are accepting less than 24 hour cancellation notice,
  • Hand sanitation: when you arrive at the clinic, please use hand sanitizer or soap and water to clean your hands,
  • Mask: We kindly ask that you wear a mask (cloth or paper) to your appointment. Please bring a mask with you. If you forget, one will be provided for you,
  • Arrive on time: we continue to practice physical distancing within the clinic, so we ask that you please arrive on time to your appointment to minimize contact with others,
  • Limited number of visitors: unless you need help or a parent is accompanying a child, please come alone to your appointment,
  • Contactless payment: we encourage contactless payment methods such as credit card and e-transfer over cash and cheque, though all methods will be accepted.

The whole team at Fluid motion is very grateful for your patience and flexibility during the adjustment of our safety protocol. We have developed safety and sanitation protocols to avoid the risk of transmission of communication diseases such as corona and flu viruses. We look forward to keep serving you. Thank you!

If you have any questions about this kindly call us at 778-340-0804.

Fluid Motion Team

Osteopathy

Alexis Dupuis Le Blanc is our latest osteopathic practitioner added to the team. As he has recently joined Fluid Motion, he has the earliest appointments available.


Manual Therapy

Manual Therapy done by an Osteopathic Student at the Canadian School of Osteopathy


Kinesiology


Medical Acupuncture

Dr. I-Chia Sun, MD, CCFP has worked as a family physician since 2001. She integrates Medical Acupuncture into the holistic treatment of individuals. She completed the Certificate of Medical Acupuncture training in 2007 under Dr. Steven K.H. Aung in Edmonton. She has a special interest in treating acute and chronic concussions, soft tissue injuries, TMJ disorders as well as many common and chr... Read More

Dr. I-Chia Sun, MD, CCFP has worked as a family physician since 2001. She integrates Medical Acupuncture into the holistic treatment of individuals. She completed the Certificate of Medical Acupuncture training in 2007 under Dr. Steven K.H. Aung in Edmonton. She has a special interest in treating acute and chronic concussions, soft tissue injuries, TMJ disorders as well as many common and chronic conditions seen in primary care. From headache, insomnia, and digestive disorders to chronic burnout, PTSD, depression and anxiety.

Ishana is a Kinesiologist and personal trainer. She has 7 years of experience working with clients of all backgrounds, from Active Rehabilitation clients to Varsity athletes at Simon Fraser University and everything in between.

Her certifications include:

-Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)

-Neurokinetic Therapy (Level 1)

-Functional Movement Screen (Level 1).


Through her studies, she has worked alongside practitioners of various backgrounds. Her curiosity to learn more about the human body and different methods of treatments led her to study Manual Osteopathy. As her knowledge of Osteopathy increases, she integrates the knowledge and techniques with her personal training clients. She is currently a 3rd year student at the Canadian School of Osteopathy – Vancouver Campus.

Sessions with Ishana include a combination of exercise prescription and education around correct biomechanics and movement technique for your body. She may also use Neurokinetic Therapy or Manual Osteopathy techniques if they will be of benefit to your wellness journey. She believes that exercise therapy and manual therapy go hand-in-hand and when used together can help you achieve your goals of fitness and wellness.

Do you have an open ICBC claim? Get in touch with Ishana at info@ishanadebba.com to see if you are approved for Active Rehabilitation.

Ishana is a Kinesiologist and personal trainer. She has 7 years of experience working with client... Read More

Marjorie is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (D.O.M.P.) who graduated with a D.Sc.O. with honours, distinctions and privileges arising from the Canadian School of Osteopathy (CSO) in Vancouver. She moved to North Vancouver in 2015, after graduating with a Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Kinesiology from the Université de Sherbrooke, including a concentration in health and physical activity.

She has completed a wide variety of post-graduate continuing education, including but not limited to, the Gut-Brain Axis, Osteopathy for Children, the Rule of the Artery, and Endocranial Spasms.

As a therapist she collaborates with you to bring you closer to your health goals, restore movement and function, as well as reduce your chronic or acute symptoms. She has helped patients of many different ages, from newborn to elderly, with issues such as: chronic pain, concussion-related symptoms, digestion issues, postural imbalances, high anxiety or stress, sleep issues, headaches and migraines.

Her experience as a Kinesiologist and her thesis on Biotensegrity and the Classical Osteopathic Model allowed her to develop an individualised and global approach in clinic.

Preceding her education at the CSO, Marjorie trained as a ballet and contemporary dancer for 15 years and a competitive cheerleader for 10 years.

Outside of the clinic she enjoys kayaking, hiking, camping, writing and ballet.

Marjorie is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner (D.O.M.P.) who graduated with a D.Sc.O. with honou... Read More

Alexis is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. He graduated with a D.Sc.O. with honors from the Canadian College of Osteopathy of Montreal and began practicing Osteopathy in 2012 when he co-founded the Clinique Intégrative d’Ostéopathie in Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec. Alexis was first exposed to the benefits of Osteopathy as a performance athlete.

He has completed a wide variety of post-graduate certifications, including but not limited to Endo-cranial Spasms, Biodynamics, Meta-Osteopathy, Seated-Facet Release Techniques and Structured Functional Adjustments. His extensive training has helped him develop a unique approach to Osteopathy. Prior to his training in Osteopathy, he spent over a decade as a professional ballet dancer in Europe, where he performed in France, Switzerland and Germany. In Colorado where he practiced for 3 years, he teamed up with a concussion and traumatic brain injuries team of experts.

Having recently relocated to Squamish from Boulder, he is thrilled to be working with a new team at Fluid Motion. As a holistic therapist, he avoids focusing solely on symptoms and instead directs his attention to the entire system, using mainly manual bodywork as an Osteopathic practitioner to promote the body’s capacity to restore itself to health. He approaches each person with the goal of restoring functionality to human mechanics.

Outside of the clinic, he enjoys ultra-trail running and skiing. He is also an avid CrossFit athlete.

Alexis is an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner. He graduated with a D.Sc.O. with honors from the Ca... Read More

Osteopathic Manual Therapist Lyndsay joined Fluid Motion in 2018 and welcomes new and existing patients. Lyndsay moved her practice to North Vancouver to be closer to home and to be part of an osteopathy-focused clinic. Lyndsay has a Diploma in Osteopathic Manual Practice and a Diploma in Massage Therapy. She has been working to keep people active and mobile since 2001. Prior to Fluid Motion, Lyndsay worked at Allan McGavin Sports Medicine Clinic for 10 years where she enjoyed treating patients of all ages and stages. Lyndsay treats all sorts of ailments, and has a special interest in disorders in the head, neck, shoulder and jaw.

Osteopathic Manual Therapist Lyndsay joined Fluid Motion in 2018 and welcomes new and existing pa... Read More

Dr. I-Chia Sun, MD, CCFP, CMedAc

Dr. Sun has recently moved to Lynn Valley and is happy to see new and returning patients at Fluid Motion on Mondays for Medical Acupuncture. She maintains her family medical practice at Cross Roads Clinics in Vancouver.

She received her medical training at the University of Saskatchewan in 2001 and the Certificate of Medical Acupuncture through the University of Alberta in 2007, where she studied under the inspiration of Dr. Steven K.H. Aung. She has a special interest in treating acute and chronic concussion cases, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, soft-tissue injuries, TMJ disorders, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, Migraines, Chronic Burnout, Anxiety, Depression, insomnia and more.

A Medical Acupuncture treatment session fee is $125 (1 hour in length) and is not billable through MSP.

You may arrange an Initial 30 minute Consultation in one of two ways:

1.An MSP-billed Consultation (private fee waived): Please ask for a copy of the “Request for GP Referral” letter to take to your GP or walk-in clinic physician (we can also fax this letter to your physician on your behalf). This referral must be received and reviewed before an MSP-billed consultation can be booked through our office. REFERRALS MAY BE FAXED TO 604-980-8161.

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2.You may pay privately for a 30 minute consultation with Dr. Sun (Fee is $100).

Dr. I-Chia Sun, MD, CCFP, CMedAc Dr. Sun has recently moved to Lynn Valley and is happy to see n... Read More

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