Riley Bay's 2018 in Review
What a great first year at Royal City Physio! Some highlights for me include working with a lovely group of patients, getting to be part of such an enthusiastic, talented team, and becoming involved in the New West community as the head trainer for the Junior A Salmonbellies lacrosse team.
I would like to thank my patients for working so hard this year, it has been a pleasure to be a part of your recoveries. I am thankful to be a part of the cohesive team we have at Royal City Physio and to have the opportunity to learn from my talented coworkers. Most of all, I feel lucky to have had so much fun at work this year. Our patient population and team at Royal City Physio has made the commute from Kitsilano well worth it!
Working with the Junior A Salmonbellies this season was my first, proper introduction to lacrosse. I was blown away by the boys’ athleticism and work ethic. What an exciting sport. I also gained appreciation the supportive, closely-knit nature of the New West community. Go Bellies!
This year I am skipping out on Christmas in Revelstoke and am off to the UK for a family wedding. First on the agenda for 2019 is to complete my functional dry needling (IMS) training in February.
Looking forward to another fun year ahead. Happy Holidays!
Riley Bay began her undergraduate studies in Victoria and graduated with a degree in psychology. She then completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia. Riley has gained further training in manual therapy techniques including Mulligan's Mobilization with Movement and The McKenzie Method. Through a combination of individualized therapeutic exercise, hands on manual therapy, and education, Riley is passionate about working together with her patients to help facilitate their return to the sports and activities that are important to them. Book with Riley today.