Welcome to Eclipse Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

About Us


Our goal is to provide​ the highest level of physiotherapy services to all members of the community. We utilize treatments supported by current evidence based research. We believe in approaching treatment with strong emphasis on manual and manipulative therapy combined with exercise and education.  In addition, we strive to make environmentally conscious choices in all aspects of our business.

Our Clinic

Eclipse Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic sits in the heart of Langley at the corner of 64th ave and 203rd st. Our completely renovated facility is 1960 sq feet and boasts 7 private treatment rooms and full gym space with modern equipment.

What We Do

At Eclipse Phyisotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic we offer physiotherapy services as part of a rehabilitation intervention plan. Physiotherapy, in its essence, is about combining an in-depth knowledge of how the body works with specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose and treat symptoms of illness, injury or disability.  Our physiotherapists will work to restore, maintain, and maximize each client’s strength, function, movement, and overall well-being through individualized plans that focus on activities, participation, body structure and function.



• Assessment and Treatment of Orthopedic Injuries   

• Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation   

• IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation)   

• Shockwave Therapy

• IASTM (Instrument-Assisted Soft-Tissue Mobilization) - using the Graston Technique    

• Spinal Traction   

• Exercise Prescription   

• Sports Injury Management   

• Post-operative Rehabilitation   

• Workplace Injury Rehabilitation and Management (WSBC)   

• Motor Vehicle Injury Care (ICBC)   


• Pediatric Treatment with therapist for Head Shape Management, Torticollis, and Motor Skill Functioning

Meet The Team

Murray Schneider


BScPT, CGIMS, Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy 

Murray graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Saskatchewan in 1997. He has worked in private practice in the Lower Mainland since this time with a focus on musculoskeletal assessment and treatment. Murray has worked with teams and athletes in a variety of sports. A diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy was obtained in 2001. He has also been an IMS practitioner for the past 13 years. While not especially a gifted athlete, he participates in hockey, running and cycling.

Cheryl Hull


MPT, CGIMS, Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy 

Cheryl graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with a Bachelor in Kinesiology in 2008 before going on to complete her Masters in Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of British Columbia in 2010. Since graduating she has worked in a variety of orthopedic focused private practice clinics. In 2014 she successfully completed her Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy and has completed her certification for Gunn IMS. Cheryl is also certified in Instrument-Assisted Soft-Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) using the Graston Technique. In her spare time Cheryl enjoys biking, paddling, and running.

Jane Bickerstaffe


MPT, CGIMS, Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy 

Jane graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2008 with a bachelor of science in Kinesiology. She then went on to complete her master of physical therapy at the University of British Columbia in 2010. Jane has worked in orthopedics and has a special interest in pediatrics. Jane is a former member of the Canadian Trampoline and Tumbling team and enjoys working with gymnasts in the clinic. In her spare time Jane likes hiking, snowshoeing, and skiing.

Pete Williams


MSc PT, CGIMS, Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy 

Peter started his career by obtaining a bachelor's degree in Sport Science (Kinesiology) before pursuing his Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. He has now over a decade of experience in exercise and injury rehabilitation for sports, motor vehicle accidents and work related incidents. He uses a combination of rehabilitation exercise programing, dry needling (IMS), manual therapy and modalities such as Shock Wave Therapy. He excels in post surgical and fracture rehabilitation and has a special interest in treating neck, shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle issues. Pete is a national level powerlifter and his interests also include surfing, hiking, golfing and snowboarding.

Alison Barr



Alison graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Masters in Physical Therapy in 2013, and completed her AFCI certification in acupuncture in 2016. Alison has worked in several orthopedic private practices, with a focus on musculoskeletal injury management. Her practice focuses on hands-on treatments, therapeutic exercises, acupuncture, and electrical modalities. She has a special interest in treating horseback riders, and has over 20 years of experience in the horse industry. In her spare time she enjoys 3 day eventing, dressage, and rock climbing.

Brett Willows



Brett obtained his Honours Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Toronto in 2016 before completing his Master of Physical Therapy from the University of Manitoba. For the last 5 years, Brett has held his National Strength and Conditioning Association Certified Personal Trainer designation allowing him to work with recreational to elite athletes in pursuit of their fitness goals. Brett has had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings including clinics, gyms and sideline settings, highlighted with his experience as Team Newfoundland’s Physiotherapist at the 2018 Canadian National Ball Hockey Championships. While at the University of Toronto, Brett was named a CIS Academic All-Canadian 4 years while playing for the Men’s Varsity Hockey team. Brett’s passion for hockey granted him to opportunity to dress 1 game with the Toronto Maple Leafs (2013) and serve as emergency back-up goalie for the Winnipeg Jets (2017-2018).



Do I need a Dr's referral to receive physiotherapy treatment?

For private visits you do not need a Dr's referral to make an appointment for any of our treatments or services. However, some extended health care plans do require a Dr's note for physiotherapy to be covered. Please check with your extended health care provider for any requirements associated with your specific plan. For ICBC or WorkSafe injuries please see below.

What should I bring with me?

Please arrive 10 minutes early for your first visit so that we can check you in and complete your chart information. Please bring your carecard number with you. We also advise that you wear loose fitting comfortable clothing. If you have an injury related to a specific sport or activity it is helpful if you bring in any footwear, braces, or orthotics that are being used.

How long will my appointment be and how many visits will I need?

Appointment lengths can vary greatly based on the specific needs of the injury. As a general rule you should allow 45-60 minutes for an initial visit and anywhere from 20-45 minutes for a subsequent visit. During your first visit your therapist will discuss a treatment plan specific for you and will include details about what can be expected in terms of frequency and duration of visits.

Will my extended health care benefits cover physiotherapy treatments?

Most extended health care plans include coverage for physiotherapy services. However, all plans vary slightly so please check with your individual provider about the details of your specific plan. We do offer direct billing to Chamber of Commerce, Manulife, Great-West-Life, Maximum Benefit, Industrial Alliance, Standard Life, Johnson group, Sun Life Financial, and BlueCross. If you have benefits with any other provider we are happy to provide an itemized receipt for you to submit.

I got hurt at work, what do I need to do to come for physiotherapy treatment?

• report your injury to your employer   

• make an appointment with your family physician to report your injury   

• report your injury to Worksafe BC by calling 604-231-8888. You will then be given a claim number   

• call us to make an appointment. Be sure to have your claim number, personal health number (carecard number), and details of your injury including the date of injury.

I was in a car accident, what do I need to do to come for physiotherapy treatment?

• make an appointment with your physician to report your accident   

• report your accident to ICBC to receive a claim number.   

• call us to make an appointment. Be sure to have your claim number, personal health number (carecard number), ICBC's adjuster's name and phone number, and details of your accident available   

*If the accident was more than 90 days prior to your first visit with us you will need a referral from your physician and time to allow us to confirm coverage with ICBC to qualify for the ICBC rates. This may take a couple days depending on how long the ICBC adjuster takes to respond to us.

Contact Us

Eclipse Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

106-20353 64th Avenue, Langley, British Columbia V2Y 1N5 Canada



Monday - Thursday: 7am - 7pm

Friday: 7am - 6pm

*By appointment

Weekends and Statutory Holidays: Closed