Rehab Station is the largest Physiotherapy clinic in Campbell River, with over 3,200 sq ft of space. This allows us to have multiple treatment rooms AND a huge gym for you. Our convenient Willow Point location has been a Physiotherapy clinic since the early 1990s. Darcy and David are proud to be the new clinic owners, continuing the legacy of care started by Pieter Koeleman, continued by Rehab in Motion, and most recently CBI.
We’re a dynamic group of individuals who are passionate about what we do and dedicated to delivering the best results for our clients.
Co-owner and Physiotherapist
Darcy graduated from Dalhousie University with a BScPT in 2001. He has been practicing in Campbell River for over 20 years. Darcy has obtained a masters diploma in manual therapy and diplomas in acupuncture and IMS. Darcy is an active member in his community and is personally involved with several sport associations. Darcy has completed dozens of post graduation courses/diplomas over the past 20 years giving him several options for treatment of various injuries. He specializes in manual therapy and needling techniques (IMS and acupuncture).
Co-owner and Physiotherapist
David graduated from the University of Alberta Physiotherapy program in 2008. During his studies, he won the Queen Elizabeth Medal for research into shoulder rehabilitation and continues to have a special interest in treating shoulder injuries. Since graduating, David has pursued post-graduate certification in manual therapy and dry needling. David uses his hands, acupuncture needles, and exercise to help his clients rid themselves of pain and return to work, sport, and leisure activities. David also runs our hydrotherapy program out of the Strathcona Gardens Aquatic Center where he helps people gradually return to weight-bearing; using buoyancy to offload their injured joints and muscles. When not at the clinic, he enjoys cycling, skiing, canoeing, and camping with his wife and two young sons.
Marla is one half of the “ARLA’s” (the other being Carla) who keep Darcy and David in line—in other words, she is our Clinic Administrator. Always smiling and friendly, Marla is great at juggling all the non-physio-related issues at our clinic. Marla was born and raised on Vancouver Island. Marla graduated from NDSS and attended Malaspina College. She moved to Victoria BC to pursue a career in the Hospitality Industry in a Management/Administrative role for over 30 years. Now back to the North end of the Island she is using her knowledge and skills at CBI Health.
Carla is the second half of the “ARLA’s.” Carla van Ingen was born and raised in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Carla moved to Canada in 2000 and lived in Fort St. John for 16 years then moved to Vancouver Island. As a Dutch, she likes soccer and is interested in most team sports. Carla likes to go on hikes and beach walks with her dog and grandson.
Registered Massage Therapist
Jeff is very pleased to be part of the team at Rehabilitation Station. He has over thirty years of experience in human services with troubled youth, developmentally handicapped adults, frail elderly people, para and quadriplegics, those suffering from an acquired brain injury and individuals with mental health conditions. He Graduated in 2005 from Centennial College Health Sciences, Ontario and owned and operated a massage therapy practice in Parry Sound, Ontario 2007-2018. Other training and interests include commercial wheat grass growing, laser therapy for pain; being an active musician/wannabe singer-songwriter and spending time with his grandchildren. Jeff practices Swedish Massage, including myo-fascial release, trigger point therapy, active release, deep tissue and relaxation techniques. Level 1 training complete in Manual Lymph Drainage, Visceral Manipulation, and CranioSacral modalities. Jeff is passionate about massage therapy as an integral part of the healing process.
Steve is a fixture in the Campbell River community. He has been in and around fitness since the 1970s since he started as a Fitness Instructor with the YMCA in Vancouver. He moved to Campbell River in 1982 and started teaching two Sportfit fitness classes per week...37 years later he is still leading the class on Monday and Thursday evenings at the Sportsplex! He has helped countless adults and kids discover the joys and benefits of fitness training through both classes and personal training. He holds certifications from both the BCRPA and the NCCP. Steve is married with three adult children and one grandchild.
Taylor was born and raised in Campbell River. He graduated from McMaster University Occupational Therapy program in 2019. Since graduating, he has gained experience with concussion management, cognitive rehabilitation, ergonomics, mental health treatment, and spinal cord injuries providing services through WSBC and ICBC to promote a return to function and work. Taylor has recently started Shoreline OT Services to provide private occupational therapy services and remains on the WSBC and ICBC contracts. He provides services to the Comox Valley, Campbell River, and North Island. Contact our clinic to find out more about the services he can provide to get you back to the activities you enjoy!