Rock Climbing Rehab and Training

Don’t let pain or injuries keep you off the rocks or impact your performance.

Work with experienced rehab specialists and rock climbing enthusiasts. Get back to climbing your best.

Climbing Rehab in Langford and Sooke

Is something preventing you from climbing or reaching your peak performance?

Our athletic therapist, Judy MacKasey is one of the most experienced climbing therapists on Vancouver Island. She’s a climbing enthusiast and has worked with professionals on the National Climbing Team at the World Championships and PanAm Games, as well as with recreational climbers. So if you’re struggling with an injury or are looking to take your climbing performance up a rung, reach out to us.

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It all starts by understanding your current condition and what needs to be addressed. Our athletic therapist will conduct a thorough assessment to identify issues and how to address them.


Treatment Plan

You’ll work together to create a personalized treatment plan based on your assessment and your goals. We’ll get you back to climbing better than ever.

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Exercise and Rehab

You won’t be a passive bystander in your climbing rehab. Not only will our therapist treat your pain, but will work with you to improve your strength, mobility, and overall performance.

Judy MacKasey

Athletic Therapist and Climbing Injury Specialist

CAT(C), BPE Certified Athletic Therapist


Jenna Crocker

Physiotherapist and Climbing Injury Specialist

MPT, BSc Kinesiology

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We have over 1,000 5-Star Reviews

We’re proud to serve the lower Island communities of Victoria, Langford, Millstream, and Sooke.


Don’t see the answer to your question?

Climbing injuries can vary widely, but the most common injuries include finger pulley tears, wrist and hand injuries, shoulder issues, ankle and foot injuries, elbow tendonitis, back strains, and head or neck injuries.

We’ll do everything we can to safely guide you back to climbing. The recovery time for a rock climbing injury depends on the severity of the injury and your health and fitness level. Minor injuries may heal in a few days or weeks, while more serious injuries may take several months to fully recover.

It’s important to listen to your body and avoid climbing until your injury has fully healed. Continuing to climb while injured can worsen the injury and prolong the recovery time. Once you have fully recovered, it’s important to ease back into climbing gradually and to use proper techniques and equipment to prevent future injuries.

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Reach new heights with your climbing.