We are open for Physiotherapy, Registered Massage Therapy, Kinesiology and Dietitian Services.

Hands on, individualized, one-on-one treatment.

We are dedicated to keeping you active.

Our multidisciplinary team delivers personalized care.

Our expertise will get to the root of even your most complex injuries.

Physiotherapy for your entire family.

Welcome to Sun City Physiotherapy.

We strive to be the Okanagan’s leader in client focussed care and recovery. Through collaborative care planning, our team of compassionate and skilled professionals work closely with our clients, keeping our community moving for life.

All Locations: Monday to Friday 7am – 8pm

Downtown

1468 St. Paul Street,
Kelowna, BC
Phone: 250-861-8056
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Glenmore

103-437 Glenmore Rd.
Kelowna, BC
Phone: 250-762-6313
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Lake Country

40-9522 Main St.
Lake Country, BC
Phone: 250-766-2544
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Lower Mission

3970 Lakeshore Rd.
Kelowna, BC
Phone: 778-699-2006
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Services We Provide

With our large, highly-credentialed staff, Sun City Physiotherapy can address and treat a wide variety of injuries, disorders, and conditions.

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Expertise

As part of our commitment to provide the highest level of professional care, our therapists are continually attending postgraduate courses and specializing in multiple areas of treatment.

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Our Articles

Read informative articles written by our registered therapists to help you better understand your injuries and ailments, and to have a deeper understanding of why and how we treat your conditions. 

Recent Physiotherapy Articles

Sun City Physiotherapy now offers Shockwave Treatment

Sun City Physiotherapy now offers Shockwave Treatment

Shockwave Treatment now available at Sun City Physiotherapy: INDICATIONS:  TREATMENT OF TENDONITIS AND TENDINOPATHIES HAMSTRING INJURIES MYOFASCIAL TRIGGER POINTS IN NECK/LOWER BACK ACHILLES TENDINOPATHY BURSITIS JUMPERS KNEE CALCIFIC ROTATOR CUFF TENDINITIS TRIGGER...

Full recovery after an ankle sprain.

Full recovery after an ankle sprain.

It was a crisp autumn day when Sue decided to go for a hike. All of a sudden she caught her foot on the unstable ground and rolled her ankle. Her ankle was sore, swollen, tender to the touch and she felt unstable while walking on it. Eventually, after a couple weeks...

A recipe for jaw pain

The fact of the matter is jaw pain can be down right miserable. Talking and eating are two of our most important functions in daily life and the jaw plays a large role in both. If wrapping your teeth around a big juicy Okanagan apple has lost its sweet satisfying...

Torticollis

Have you or someone you know just welcomed a new addition to the family? If so, this article may be for you! Since the promotion of “Back to Sleep” as well as babies having to spend time in the NICU or PICU due to numerous conditions, head shape issues have been...

Fall Prevention

Fall Prevention

While many people consider seeing a physiotherapist to help with their recovery after an injury or surgery, few consider scheduling a physiotherapy appointment for injury prevention. When it comes to fall prevention, we observe and assess functional movements...

Tips For Healthy Cycling.

Cycling orchard lined roads, touring between vineyards, cruising the Kettle valley railway, flowing down trails at Smith creek, or eagerly awaiting completion of the Okanagan rail trail - cycling offers something for everyone in the beautiful Okanagan. After an injury...

Shoulder Health

Get Your Head Around Your Shoulders this Summer! With summer fast approaching, many of us are jumping back into one or more of our favourite fair weather activities, be it golfing with an orchard view, volleyball on the sandy beach, swimming in the crystal clear...

DeQuervain’s Syndrome and Physiotherapy

DeQuervain’s Syndrome and Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Can Help with DeQuervain's Syndrome Do you experience pain in your wrist near the base of your thumb? Did it come on gradually? Is it sore when you move your thumb or wrist? Does it hurt to grip, write, garden, hold a cup of coffee, cut vegetables or...

Bike techniques to race fast and remain injury-free.

Cycling is considered a low impact activity but some cyclists do experience pain the the back, knees, feet, saddle region, neck, wrists and hands. The Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (PABC) recently outlined some simple steps, call the Physio-4, that...

Running techniques to race fast and remain injury-free.

This is the time of year where you are starting to ramp up your training for triathlons and running races. It has been shown that as many as 80% of runners sustain a running-related injury in a given year. So what are the reasons for so many running injuries? And how...