Cory Garman, BSc, PT, UBCGunnIMS, CAFCI, CSCS
Cory is a registered Physiotherapist and has been registered with the College of Physical Therapists of BC since 1999. He is a graduate from the University of Alberta, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine, Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Cory is also a member in good standing with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, holds a post-graduate certificate in Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) from the Institute for the Study and Treatment of Pain, and has also earned post-graduate certifications in acupuncture, from the Canadian Acupuncture Foundation and Strength and Conditioning, from the National Strength and Conditioning Association. After graduating in 1999, Cory began his career at Pinnacle Sports Physiotherapy in Westbank, BC, where he remained in an associate position until the end of 2001. Subsequent to that, he worked for 6 months at Pro-formance Rehabilitation in Seattle Washington, eventually returning to BC to lend his talents to Pro-physio Clinic in Penticton, where he remained until 2004. Later that same year, Cory opened the Central Okanagan’s first clinic devoted entirely to the use of Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) for the treatment of muscular/myofascial pain and has since then performed somewhere in the range of 50,000 IMS treatments. IMS is the primary focus of his treatment with all of his patients who have some degree of muscular or myofascial pain.
Tiffany was born in Kamloops and raised in North Vancouver. She moved back to the Okanagan in 2016 and enjoys skiing and spending time with her daughter and her two dogs.
Tiffany uses a variety of techniques to help her clients seek pain relief. She is Graston and Soft Tissue Release certified. She also employs deep tissue, Swedish and myofascial techniques in her treatment style. Her goal is to get her clients back to pain free activity, whether that is simply walking, working out or just getting to work.