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Nanaimo Location
85 Wallace Street
Nanaimo, B.C.  V9R 5A8

Gabriola Location
705 Burnside Dr.
Gabriola, B.C.  V0R 1X0

About Bastion Physiotherapy

D'Arcy Boulton

D'Arcy Boulton

Bastion Physiotherapy is owned and operated by D'Arcy Boulton. D'Arcy graduated from University of British Colombia in 2001 and has been practicing in the lower mainland and subsequently in Lantzville, Ladysmith and on Gabriola Island.

D'Arcy has many years of experience in sports and orthopaedicphysiotherapy along with general practice. He holds a Sport Physiotherapy Canada Diploma as well as further training in manual therapy and vestibular rehabilitation.

Some career highlights include working with the 2008 Canadian Olympic Men's Field Hockey Team, being a member of the 2010 Olympic Short Track Speed Skating core medical team and working with the Vancouver Whitecaps FC for five years. D'Arcy has worked with a variety of national and professional level athletes across a variety of sports, most recently with the Nanaimo Lacrosse team; the Timbermen throughout 2014.

His experience includes sports such as ice hockey, rugby, football, lacrosse, swimming, basketball, volleyball,running, rock climbing, cross country skiing, yoga and Pilates. D’Arcy also has a lot of experience working with seniors and is currently introducing Nordic walking poles to many active adults.

Casey Ruff

Casey Ruff

Casey graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2012 with a Bachelor’s of Science Honours, with Distinction, in Kinesiology. Casey completed his Master’s of Science Physiotherapy studies in 2014 and has been working in the Nanaimo area ever since.

It is Casey’s professional approach to help people regain independence so they can return to their regular activities and have new adventures. He utilizes the most up-to-date science on healing, tissue repair, and exercise science to aid his patients in achieve their rehabilitation and lifestyle goals.

During Casey’s time off, it can be hard to find him. He is frequently off adventuring with his family, mountain biking, camping, exercising, training in capoeira, building something in his garage, visiting friends and family, or hiding in a coffee shop reading New Scientist. As a transplanted prairie boy you can imagine that the ocean is a new world for him, but Casey is very eager to now learn how to kayak and stand-up paddle board.

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