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Riley Bay's 2019 in Review

2019 has been a year jam-packed with excitement. Working at a fast-paced, growing clinic has kept me on my toes and I have enjoyed every minute of it.

With the New Year approaching, I am sad to report that I will not be at Royal City Physio in 2020; however, I'm happy to report that this is because I am off on a year-long adventure with my fiancé, Andrew. We are starting out in South America for some hiking, then carrying on to Australia where we will work as physiotherapists, and later get married!

As I reflect on the last two years working at Royal City Physio, I am filled with gratitude. Highlights for me have been sharing my shift with Jayme Gordon and Stephen Baker, working with the Jr. A Salmon Bellies and having the opportunity to learn from the best - Karen Nichol! Thank you to the most wonderful team at Royal City Physio. We are so lucky to have the close-knit family we do, celebrating the high times together and supporting each other through challenges. Our crew looks forward to welcoming two fantastic additions to our physio team – Shenise Born and Daniel Folino.

Last, but certainly not least, thank you to my patients for working so hard with me. It has been a pleasure. Hope to see you all soon!

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.

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