Timberly George Ambler, BScPT, BScKin

Timberly George Physiotherapist

Timberly joined the CSPC team in 2004. She is passionate about working with active individuals to help them achieve their goals. She is fascinated with human movement and her treatment philosophy is to find the root cause of injury beginning with a comprehensive assessment of the whole body. Timberly takes a hands-on and exercise based approach to treatment.

Her primary clinical areas of interest are in sport related injuries, pre- and post-surgical rehabilitation particularly for shoulders, knees, and the foot and ankle. Timberly keeps up to date with the most recent advances in clinical sports medicine by regularly attending conferences and educational courses.  An alumna of the UBC Department of Physical Therapy, and a UBC Clinical Faculty member, Timberly has also taken on a teaching role in the school and enjoys educating the physiotherapists of the future.

Timberly is very active in the sport physiotherapy community at the regional, national and international levels. Most recently, she is the Therapy Lead for the ever exciting Canada 7s World Rugby tournament in Vancouver.  She was the Venue Medical Manager at the Richmond Olympic Oval during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and has travelled the world as a team therapist for both Rugby Canada and Field Hockey Canada. As an avid runner and cyclist, Timberly has developed strong ties to both the running and cycling communities in Vancouver.  A sucker for volunteerism and the outdoors, she recently joined the Lions Bay Search and Rescue team as a Member in Training.

Timberly obtained her Diploma from Sport Physiotherapy Canada (SPC) in 2007 and in 2012 was awarded the prestigious David Magee award for her outstanding contribution to Sport Physiotherapy in Canada. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for SPC. Timberly became a partner at CSPC in 2013.

Contact: timberly[at]citysportsphysio.com

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