Physiotherapy for Pain

Tim Muller, Physiotherapist

Tim Muller, Physiotherapist

CHANGEpain offers physiotherapy services to patients referred by their CHANGEpain physicians.

Physiotherapist Tim Muller collaborates with our physicians and uses the same medical record as they do.  Tim's recommendations are available to other CHANGEpain clinicians and group program leaders involved in patient care.

Cost:  $100 per 30 minute appointment

Chiropractic and Exercise Physiology for Pain

Dr. Lindsay Rite DC, Bkin, Exercise physiologist

Dr. Lindsay Rite DC, Bkin, Exercise physiologist

Dr. Lindsay Rite is a Chiropractor, Registered Kinesiologist, and Certified Exercise Physiologist. 

Dr. Rite provides the following services, as appropriate for the individual patient:

  • Myofascial release
  • Brief Action Planning and motivational interviewing
  • Mobilization and manipulation (only if indicated!)
  • Progressive exercise prescription
  • Movement assessment and education
  • Breathing education, taping and orthotics/footwear modifications

Initial Assessment and Treatment Cost: $150 (45 minutes)

Follow Up Appointment Cost: $100 (30 minutes)

Follow up appointments by video conference are available on request.


IMS with Dr. Allan Lam

IMS involves dry needling of affected areas of pain of the body without injecting any substance. The needle sites can be at the epicenter of taut, tender muscle bands, or near the spine where the nerve root may have become irritated and supersensitive. The goal of treatment is to release muscle shortening which presses on and irritates the nerve. The needle also causes a small injury that draws blood to the area, initiating the natural healing process, and the treatment creates an electrical potential in the muscle to make the nerve function normally again. IMS treats the underlying neuropathic condition that causes the pain.

IMS Assessment Cost: $175 

IMS Follow Up Treatment Cost:  $150

Click here for more information about IMS.



Prolotherapy is a treatment where dextrose is injected into joints, ligaments and tendons to stimulate collagen and connective tissue repair. Dextrose promotes the body’s own ability to heal chronic injuries by initiating a controlled and localized inflammatory response.