Adriana Guenter BA, MPT, CAFCI, MCPA
Adriana graduated from the Masters of Physical Therapy program at University of British Columbia in 2012. At UBC, she gained experience with a wide variety of populations after working with sports and orthopaedics injuries, post-surgical patients, and neuromusculoskeletal disorders. Together with her team, Adriana earned the GSS Open Circle Award for exemplary research work completed as part of her Masters degree.
Prior to entering UBC, Adriana completed her bachelor degree at the University of the Fraser Valley in 2008. During her time at UFV she worked as an athletic trainer for the UFV varsity sports teams, gaining experience in taping, massage, sports injury rehabilitation, and emergency aid. She also spent years volunteering as a rehabilitation aid with patients with neuromusculoskeletal disorders through GF Strong and Vancouver Parks board.
Adriana is passionate about the outdoors and spends her spare time running, hiking, biking, playing tennis, and doing overnight treks in the B.C wilderness.
Adriana believes that movement and exercise is a key foundation to achieving physical, emotional, and spiritual balance. She also believes in using evidence-based physiotherapy practices and techniques to help others achieve maximum health and wellbeing. In her current practice at Langley Physiotherapy Clinic, she daily treats a wide variety of disorders including sports/exercise related injuries, overuse injuries, postural pain, work related injuries, and injuries resulting from motor vehicle accidents. She uses manual therapy, exercise prescription, physiotherapy modalities, and patient education as part of her rehabilitation treatments. In addition, she is certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada to provide dry needling treatments in her practice.