Greg Cassap BA (Soc), BSc (PT/OT)

Greg graduated from the University of British Columbia in 1983 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Rehabilitation Medicine (combined degree: physical and occupational therapy) after completing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology at UBC in 1980.

Since 1983 Greg has practiced as a physical therapist primarily in orthopaedic (musculoskeletal) private practice, treating patients of all ages. In late 1990 he opened the Steveston Village Orthopaedic and Sports Therapy Clinic. For almost a decade (1994-2003) Greg also owned and operated three functional rehabilitation programs provided on a contract basis to the Workers' Compensation Board (now WorkSafeBC) as part of the Board’s preferred provider network of return-to-work programs.

Greg has been an actively involved member of his professional association, the Physiotherapy Association of BC, and served a full term of six years as an elected Board member of the BC College of Physical Therapists.

Greg is an experienced and skilled manual therapist with a strong background in active exercise therapy (sports, post-surgical, and core alignment adjustment & stabilization instruction) and physical-functional rehabilitation (ADL – activities of daily living -- and occupational rehab).


Jane Schmidt MCSP, CAFCI

Jane is a graduate of the West Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in London, England. She has lived and practised physical therapy in Edinburgh, Freetown (Sierra Leone), and London prior to moving to Canada where she has worked in private practice for over 30 years. In Canada, she is registered with the College of Physical Therapists of BC with skills and experience in manual therapy, acupuncture (Certified with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada) and functional dry needling. Jane has treated just about everything over the years (musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions and injuries; sports and workplace injuries) and particularly enjoys working with active seniors.

Jane sees open communication and dialogue with patients and life long learning as essential elements in continuing to be an effective practitioner and in maintaining a high standard of quality of care.

Jane lives in Steveston and is an active member of the local community, enjoying various activities such as walking, cycling, swimming and country dance as well as volunteering. She plans to finish her career here as she thinks it is one of the loveliest places on earth.


Todd Jury BKin, MPT

Todd attended the University of British Columbia where he graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology in 2015. He enjoyed the program’s hands-on approach and came to more fully appreciate the importance of physical activity in promoting and maintaining good health. Inspired and motivated by his Kinesiology experience, Todd went on to complete his Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC in 2017.

During his Masters of PT education Todd treated a wide variety of conditions, working with patients of all ages including those with acute and chronic injuries. Clinically, he has practice experience in the areas of joint replacements (e.g., total knee and total hip), neurological impairments, post-stroke rehabilitation, and chronic pain; specific treatment techniques include manual therapy, massage, physical-functional rehabilitation, exercise instruction, and education.

As a ‘people person’, Todd greatly enjoys the social aspect of his work, finding the connection with patients a significant factor in his love of the practice of physical therapy.

Todd grew up in Steveston. He enjoys the village-within-a-city vibe and everything that Steveston has to offer from the magnificent scenery to the wealth of physical activity and recreation locally available. He loves the community and has many ties to the area. Growing up, he played a variety of sports including hockey, soccer, baseball and basketball. Today, Todd still has a passion for sports and athletics, whether it’s his daily gym routine, getting out to the local mountains to enjoy skiing or hiking or screaming at the T.V. screen in support of his favourite team!

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