If you are a new patient, have a new injury, or haven’t seen a physiotherapist for this injury in the past 3 months, please choose Initial Appointment.

Every patient is required to have their own medical chart. Please create separate files for each family member. Children can not be on a parent’s chart.

Contact the office by phone at 250-423-3423 to book ICBC, WorkSafe BC, and WorkSafe Alberta appointments.

If you are booking with Jordan Vanderkelen or Laura Rankine please verify which location you are booking at, as they both work at both Fernie and Crowsnest Pass locations.

Crowsnest Pass Physiotherapy is not an Alberta Health Services contracted clinic and therefore does not receive any funding for patient coverage. You are expected to pay our fees in full unless other arrangements have been made with our office manager.


Physiotherapists are your partner in evaluating and restoring strength, endurance, movement, and physical abilities affected by injury, disease, or disability. A physiotherapist works closely with your physician to help you manage and prevent many physical problems caused by sport, illness, disease, work, aging, and long periods of inactivity.

Nicole graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2001 and began work in an orthopaedic/sports clinic in Abbotsford. Four years later she moved to Quesnel where she worked in a variety of settings including home and community care, pediatrics and private practice.

In 2013, she moved to Elkford with her family. She is currently our physiotherapist at our Elkford clinic, but you may also see her in Fernie periodically when she is providing holiday coverage.

Nicole is loving life in the Rockies and can be found enjoying the mountains from sledding to snowshoeing to hiking and quad biking with her family.

Nicole graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2001 and began work in an orthopaedic... Read More

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