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

Shaking Sugar Cravings

Shaking Sugar Cravings

5 Tips for shaking those lingering holiday sugar cravings: Holidays…we love them…and we tend to overdo the treats a bit during them. That’s okay, but battling those sugar cravings while adjusting back to reality and fighting off the post holiday illness, often makes...

What is a TMD and what are the symptoms?

What is a TMD?  The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the name of the joint located on either side of your head, just in front of your ears. These joints connect your mandible (jawbone) to your temporal bone (skull). The TMJ, which can rotate and move forward, backward...

Recent IMS Articles

Nerve Pain and IMS

Intramuscular Stimulation, or IMS for short, is a technique used by physiotherapists since it was developed in the 1970’s in Vancouver by the pain specialist Dr. Chan Gunn. IMS is a total system for the assessment and treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain that has...