Sofia Campione - Physiotherapist
Sofia is a Registered Physiotherapist and has training in Full Body Active Release Technique. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at the University of Ottawa where she focused her studies on exercise science and sport-related injuries. She then headed west to complete her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta where she was an avid member of the Rehabilitation Medicine Student’s Association as the Female Sports Representative. Sofia’s keen interest for sports and orthopaedics have guided her studies and continued her development into these areas as a physiotherapist. Her previous clinical experience and continuing education has provided her with excellent orthopaedic and musculo-skeletal injury management skills for a wide range of injuries and conditions.Sofia hopes to continue to build on these skills with further training in soft tissue techniques, orthopaedic manual therapy levels, acupuncture, and with sporting event involvement. Sofia is an avid snowboarder, swimmer, soccer player, and cyclist. She also enjoys participating in other sports and activities including rugby, hockey, hiking, and traveling. She understands the importance of optimal tissue rehabilitation and maintenance for fitness, sports, and everyday function. She believes that one-on-one treatment, client involvement, and the integration of manual therapy skills, exercise/ stretching education, and electro-therapeutic modalities as appropriate are key for optimal recovery. Fully fluent in English, French, and Spanish, Sofia is able to offer treatment in three languages. Her enthusiasm and motivation for physical activity and wellness and her devotion to her clients’ rehabilitation are her key to success.
My Hours: Monday and Wednesday 12:30pm-8pm, Tuesday and Thursday 8am-3:30pm
Herman Chan - Physiotherapist
Herman graduated with a Dean’s list award from the University of Fraser Valley with a BA in psychology. Shortly after, he moved out east to London Ontario, a flat and moderately sized city, where he completed his Master of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Western Ontario. Herman then ventured out to McMaster University to pursue his training in acupuncture. Herman is very keen towards pursuing continuing education to provide his clients with treatments that are informed by the best research evidence. His plan to expand on his skill and knowledge base is quite ambitious. Herman is pursuing the manual/manipulative therapy levels through the orthopedic division, working towards a sports diploma through the sports division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association, as well as pursuing certification in mechanical diagnosis and treatment of spinal disorders through the McKenzie Institute. Herman spent six years extensively working with Special Olympians as the head coach of the powerlifting program in Burnaby and Richmond where he had the unique opportunity to observe the positive influence that physical activity and sports have, not only on an individual’s physical performance, but also their psychological well-being. Through this experience, he came to realize the importance of keeping individuals from all walks of life with varying physical and mental abilities moving and training despite being injured. Outside of the clinic, Herman can be found by a body of water fishing, at the public library reading, in the gym lifting copious amounts of weight, on the Grouse Grind (5 days a week during the summer) improving on his snail pace and on a Ping Pong table trying to master the craft that his countrymen seems to be so great at! (Herman’s words!) He is also an armature photographer. Check out his website:
My Hours: Monday 1pm-8pm, Tuesday 3:30pm-8:30pm, Wednesday 7:30am-3pm, Thursday 1pm-8pm, Friday 12pm-7pm
Sara Frederkind - Physiotherapist
Sara is a graduate of the UBC Physical Therapy program, following an undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley. When not seeing clients at our office on Tuesdays and Fridays, Sara can be found at her other place of employment, the Fraser Valley Child Development Centre, focusing on the pediatric population. She has pursued post-graduate training in soft tissue release, postural control, visual- vestibular integration, and assessment and treatment of non-traumatic shoulder and cervical spine conditions. Sara is an avid softball player and has been involved with the sport for over 25 years. She also organizes and participates in an annual Run for the Cure fundraising team.
My Hours: Tuesdays and Fridays 7:00am-3:00pm
Vik Gill - Physiotherapist
to be added
My Hours: Monday 7:30am-12pm, Tuesday 3:30pm-8:30pm, Thursday 4pm-8:30pm, Friday 3:30pm-8:30pm, Saturday 9am-3pm
Jeff Slatten - Physiotherapist
Born and raised in BC, Jeff enjoys spending time with his large family that lives in the Lower Mainland. He has a Master's degree in physiotherapy from the University of Toronto as well as a Kinesiology degree from Simon Fraser University. He is at level three in Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Therapy, is registered with the College of Physical Therapists of BC, and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. His training in orthopaedic rehabilitation has been supplemented with additional credentialing in acupuncture. He finds this to be an effective method in treating many musculoskeletal conditions as well as treating general pains and headaches. Jeff enjoys working with athletes and non-athletes of all ages following injury by restoring function, identifying and correcting muscle imbalances, and addressing postural and balance deficits. He may also use spinal decompression therapy for certain neck and back issues. Prior to his pursuits in the rehabilitation field, Jeff worked in commercial construction. He is a certified electrician and is able to appreciate and understand the demands and realities of many workplaces. Jeff loves to keep active in the seasonal activities BC has to offer from skiing, hiking, and tennis to indoor activity such as Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. One of his greatest passions is travelling and experiencing other cultures and foods. Lately Jeff has been busy restoring a heritage home in Maple Ridge with his wife Monique. They are expecting their first child in January.
My Hours: Monday-Friday mornings (to 12:00pm or 1:00pm), Monday and Wednesday 3:00pm-8:00pm
Dr. Dusty Walsh - Chiropractor
After graduating with Honours from Western States Chiropractic College in Portland, Oregon, in 2002, I went on to work in offices in Port Coquitlam, Seattle and White Rock. In June of 2006, I began my own house-call practice, Action Chiropractic, treating patients as far as the Queen Charlotte Islands. My passion to be a volunteer led me to work with the Surrey Rams Junior Football Club for the 2005 and 2006 seasons. I am continuously upgrading in sports related seminars including those dealing with the upcoming 2010 Olympics. Sports are a huge part of my life, so dealing with sports injuries and rehabilitation is a high priority. I am also currently enrolled in the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association’s certification program. My special interest is for treating families, children and babies, and pregnant mothers. In my spare time I enjoy hiking, playing Australian Rules football and working out.
My Hours: Wednesday 2:00pm-8:00pm, Friday 9am-1:45pm
Dr. Will Mitchell - Chiropractor
Dr. Will Mitchell recently joined our team at Langley Sports Medicine. Dr. Mitchell is a graduate from New York Chiropractic College. Prior to attending NYCC, he completed both a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics and a Master of Science in Biomechanics at the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario. He specializes in: - taking a whole body approach to your care - Assessing and correcting biomechanical dysfunction and muscle imbalances throughout the body He is certified in: - Active Release Technique (A.R.T.) - Kinesiotaping
My Hours: Monday 8:00am-6:15pm, Tuesday 8:00am-2:00pm, Thursday 8:00am-2:00pm, Friday 2:00pm-7:00pm
Tyla Petersen - Registered Massage Therapist
Tyla graduated massage therapy school in 2010 and was registered the same year as a Registered Massage Therapist. She had the opportunity to attend both massage therapy schools in the lower mainland and graduated from Vancouver College of massage therapy, formally known as Utopia Academy. Tyla started her career working in a chiropractic office in Surrey then moved onto a multidiscipline clinic located in new westminster. Tyla has called Langley Sport Medicine Clinic home since summer of 2011. Tyla enjoys working with sport athletes of different talents. The past eight years she have been an athlete herself competing in various horse related competitions including 3-day eventing, hunter jumpers, dressage, grand entry team and barrel racing. The past two years Tyla has volunteered her time at Cloverdale Rodeo in the sport medicine trailer. Tyla's main focus of modalities includes using deep tissue and trigger point techniques. She also often uses tape products to help with particular injuries. Athletic taping can be very helpful when trying to get athletes back into the game faster. These products have been found beneficial to help aid other conditions including headaches, muscle tension, stubborn trigger points and help reduce swelling. Another passion of Tyla is to work with pre and post natal patients. Being a mother herself she finds she is able to relate well with other women and help focus treatments on individual needs. We do offer comfortable pregnancy pillows which allow pregnant patients to lay comfortably on their abdomen to receive treatment. Tyla has taken extended training in pre and post natal care, including c-section delivery and wound healing. Currently Tyla is on maternity leave planning to return in May 2017. If you are former client of Tyla’s and have a question or personal request, please feel free to contact her directly at
My Hours: Currently on Maternity leave - covering alternating Fridays 2pm-8pm
Jordana Charlton - Registered Massage Therapist
My Hours: Monday 2:00pm-8:00pm, Wednesday 7:30am-1:30pm; Thursday 7:30am-1:30pm
Tara Mang - Registered Massage Therapist
Tara is the ultimate veteran Massage Therapist at LSMC, with over 17 years of experience in the field. She has a knack for finding those areas that you never knew existed - or thought were problem areas. Having "been there, done that", Tara's long list of skills and experience makes her a frequent go-to for mentoring and problem-solving specific injuries seen at the clinic. Not one to shy away from a challenge, Tara has created a long track record of healing injuries that some would have said were life-long - often taking over where contemporary therapy providers have failed. Tara, like most of the Massage Therapy crew at LSMC, is an avid Slow-Pitcher throughout the year. Come to think of it, with the numbers involved in the sport at our office alone, we could probably field our own squad!
My Hours: Monday 2pm-8pm, Tuesday 8:00am-3:00pm, Thursday 2pm-8pm
Amanda Morgan - Registered Massage Therapist
Amanda decided to give LSMC a shot as her first clinic to treat with, and hasn't looked back since! As one of the "veteran" members on the list, she brings with her a steady, loyal clientele that keep her hopping. Amanda's use of varying techniques throughout the treatments provides an environment that promotes tissue healing and restoration in a range of ailments, including but not limited to post-surgical complications, pre- and post-natal therapy, and athletic injury. When not making everybody else work and feel better, Amanda takes part in local and provincial-level slow pitch with her husband and close friends throughout the year.
My Hours: Monday 8:00am-1:30pm, Tuesday 7:30am-1:30pm, Wednesday 2:00pm-8:00pm, Thursday 2:00pm-8:00pm, Friday 7:30am-1:30pm
Shelby Schumaker - Registered Massage Therapist
My Hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 7:30am-1:30pm
Alisha Patterson - Registered Massage Therapist
My Hours: Tuesday: 3:15pm-8pm, alt Fridays: 2pm-8pm, Saturday: 9am-3pm
Sarah Zanella - Registered Massage Therapist
My Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 2pm-8pm, Thursday: 7:30am-1:30pm, Saturday: 9am-3pm
Jamie Rempel - Director
After working in the trenches as an Athletic Therapist with a number of amateur and professional teams, Jamie has shifted his interests from hands-on rehab to hands-on management. Responsible for the day-to-day operations of LMSC, Jamie can usually be found tucked in behind the front desk, lending his knowledge to the odd assessment and brace fitting.

Cancellation Policy

Please allow 24 hours cancellation notice prior to your appointment to avoid the cancellation fee. Every effort will be made to fill any spots where a cancellation is made within the 24 hour period. If the appointment is not filled, the cancellation fee may be applied.
Cancellation fee is equivalent to half of the treatment cost for the first missed appointment, and the full fee for subsequent missed appointments.


#265 - 7888 200th St. Langley BC V2Y 3J4
Phone: (604) 888-1028
Fax: 1 (855) 301-8142 (toll free)