Physio coming to local clinics

Osoyoos physiotherapist Grant Storzuk is planning to expand his services with half day clinics in the West Boundary beginning next week.

An Osoyoos physiotherapist will begin offering services in the West Boundary next week. Grant Storzuk, owner of the Osoyoos and South Okanagan Physiotherapy and Active Living Clinic, has announced he will be offering services at the Rock Creek Medical Clinic on Tuesdays, staring on Sept. 10 from 8 a.m. to 12 noon.

Negotiations are in progress with the Village of Midway for rental of office space in the basement of the clinic.

“The staff at Osoyoos and South Okanagan Physiotherapy looks forward to extending its services into the Rock Creek and Midway areas, serving its current Rock creek customers a little closer to home and growing with the community,” said Storzuk. “Combining manual muscle and joint mobility, with myofascial release, acupuncture, education on self-management and growth, and positive motivation; the goal is to guide the body to its greatest function and potential.” Osoyoos and South Okanagan Physiotherapy has been in business for over 30 years, though Storzuk took over just 20 months ago. They can be contacted at their main office in Osoyoos at 250-495-2225 to book an appointment.

Rock Creek Community Medical Society President Terry Keough says those interested can also visit www.rockcreekmedical. ca and email the receptionist to arrange a referral.


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