Untraditional Approaches. Uncommon Results.

Synergy Physio + Pilates is the home of ConnectTherapy™, the Thoracic Ring Approach™ and ConnectPilates™.

By combining current research with clinical expertise, physiotherapist Dr. Linda-Joy (LJ) Lee and her team will help find ways to change those movement patterns causing you discomfort– helping you get back to doing the things you love to do. Whether it’s crashing down the side of a mountain on your bike, or simply playing with your grand-kids, at Synergy we are committed to helping you meet your movement goals. We are committed to helping you move better, feel better and be better.

Untraditional Approaches

What’s next in total body assessment & treatment?

Unparalleled Therapists

Everyone knows the Best physiotherapist in town. Right? Well, meet a few of them here.

Uncommon Experience

What to expect when you visit Synergy Physio

What’s on Our Mind?

That’s easy to answer: Connectedness. At Synergy we continually explore how different regions and systems of the body are connected. How the body and mind are connected. How therapists and patients are connected. How we as humans are physically, emotionally and socially, connected. Feel free to read some of our thoughts and insights, as they relate to the construct of Connectedness and optimal health & movement.

New Pilates Jumpstart Program – Come Explore

March 11, 2019


Are you looking to change up your exercise routine? Are you wanting to explore new ways to challenge your body and explore new possibilities? If so, our new ConnectPilates Studio, located on West Esplanade, is now open and our Pilates team is ready to help you reach your goals. If you’re new to Pilates, our…

Connecting the Mind & the Body

June 23, 2018


Our mind is an interconnected matrix of thoughts, ideas and actions coming from our experiences, relationships and future possibilities. In traditional American and Australian cultures, they liken this to the idea of a ‘serpent’ and propose that this is the basis of all creation. Generally as we grow we do not have a lot of…

Got Social?

The world of physiotherapy is in constant motion. Continually evolving. Ever changing. And it’s one thing for physiotherapists having to make sense of it all. For patients, it’s another. To help with this we feel it’s important that we stay connected to one another. Our hope is, by engaging with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, we are doing our small part in bringing our communities closer together. Creating more educated, more connected, communities.

So yah! At Synergy Physio we Got Social?