This is a critical first step. Even with a known and a common diagnosis of hip or knee OA you may have unique considerations that I need to account for while you are working on neuromuscular exercises or, in some cases, before you can be properly ready to. 

I also get a good sense of how much supervision you might need to get the maximum benefit from neuromuscular strategies.  For those of you who have concerns about committing to a full GLAD program, for example, the assessment allows me to speak to how you can best help yourself with alternative strategies.

Patients should book a 45-minute session with me for an assessment. I can be found live at my private practice in Vancouver or in my home locations of North Delta or Gabriola Island. Telehealth is a very effective method of assessment for knee and hip OA and I am available virtually for patients living anywhere in BC.