The Excel Physio Team

Please read our team qualifications, experience and highlights in and outside of the clinic.

Please feel free to contact us by phone, email or just drop by if you have any questions.

Mark Hampton, Registered Physiotherapist

BSc (PT), Dip. Sport PT, MCPA

Mark Hampton - Portrait

Mark is a graduate of the University of British Columbia's Physiotherapy program, class of 1994. He is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (MCPA) and Sport Physiotherapy Canada. Additionally, he has completed post-graduate studies in Manual Therapy (Level 3 certification) and a Diploma in Sport Physiotherapy (Dip. Sport PT).

Mark has owned Excel Physiotherapy since 1996. He has a passion for helping people recover from injury, educate them on injury prevention and enjoys the challenges that his profession brings. He has been very active in the local sporting community working with a number of teams and at numerous events. Mark has been team Physiotherapist for the UBC Men's Varsity Basketball Team, Maple Ridge Burrards Lacrosse Club, Coquitlam Express Junior A Hockey Team, SFU Wrestling, and as a consultant for a number of teams in the National and Western Lacrosse League. Furthermore, he has worked at the Commonwealth Games, Western Canada Games and at numerous track and field, triathlons and running events.

Mark specializes in treating Sports Medicine injuries, with a focus in running, hockey, soccer, golf and triathlon injuries. In addition, he has helped numerous people recover from work related and motor vehicle injuries

Mark and his family are long term residents of Coquitlam and are involved in many community programs. 

Mark is also an avid runner, completing 22 marathons, 3 Ironman Triathlons, The Ride to Conquer Cancer and numerous other events. When he isn't busy working or spending time with his family, he enjoys catching up with friends on the golf course.

  • Mark's exceptional skill and knowledge as a physiotherapist has allowed me to overcome ongoing back pain, numerous sprained ankles, and various muscle strains.

    Tristan McCutcheon
  • Mark's treatment on my back enabled me to complete the required training for, and successfully compete in, Ironman Canada.

    Tristan McCutcheon
  • Mark's excellent knowledge base and ability to help patients contend with their ailments is why I see him for my running and refer our customers to him.

    Paul Slaymaker,
    The Runners' Den
  • I have been seeing Mark for the last 6 months after my knee surgery. Mark is the best! The whole team is doing a fantastic job. Overall awesome experience and I highly recommended them :)

    Mona Masoud
Amanda Beers, Registered Physiotherapist

BHK, MPT (Master of Physical Therapy)

Amanda Beers - Portrait

Amanda is a graduate of the University of British Columbia's Master of Physical Therapy program. She has completed the Orthopaedic Division Level 3 post-graduate courses, and has spent many hours with renowned physiotherapist and mentor, Randy Celebrini, helping athletes transition from the physiotherapy clinic to the return to sport environment. She also has two publications in scientific journals: one examining overuse injuries in runners and the other a systematic review on hamstring strain prevention in sport.

Amanda has been working as a physiotherapist since 2007. She has a passion for helping people of all ages and abilities rehabilitate their injuries, and has experience treating acute and chronic injuries sustained in the workplace, in motor vehicle accidents, in sport, as well as in everyday life. She strongly believes in active, exercise-based rehabilitation combined with manual therapy, modalities and education about injury and injury prevention.

Amanda has worked as the physiotherapist for the Capilano College women's basketball team – basketball being another of her passions. She played 5 years of university basketball and won a CIS National Championship with the University of British Columbia in 2004. Amanda competed in many other sports throughout high school as well, including volleyball, track & field, diving and soccer. Before that she was a Level 5 competitive gymnast. Amanda continues to be physically active and spends her spare time playing basketball, running, skiing, hiking and biking.

Liam Hurley, Registered Physiotherapist

BSc Hons (PT)

Liam Hurley - Portrait

Liam graduated from the University of East London in the UK in 1992 with a BSc(Hons) degree in Physiotherapy.

He spent the next 11yrs working in NHS hospitals in London in a variety of setting, covering inpatient care on medical, orthopaedic, paediatric and elderly wards, and extensively in a busy outpatient department which he eventually managed.

Liam spent the next 10yrs working in a busy private practice in North London as one of the lead therapists.

Since graduating Liam has completed many postgraduate courses. These include acupuncture, muscle balance techniques (similar to Pilates), myofascial release techniques, trigger point work, Society of Orthopaedic Medicine peripheral joint assessments levels I + II, Mulligan’s techniques of NAGs, SNAGs and MWMs, strapping/taping, grade V osteopathic techniques and Upledger CranioSacral therapy. He was also lucky enough to study Gunn IMS under the guidance of Dr Chan Gunn himself!

Liam has worked with elite athletes from many diverse disciplines including boxing, kayaking, long distance running, body building, pole vault and snow boarding. He also provided physio to a division of the British Learning Difficulties swim team.

Liam moved to Port Moody from the UK in 2013 with his wife and two young children. The family has become fully immersed in the BC lifestyle, enjoying the great outdoors and becoming involved in local sports. Having completed multiple Tough Mudder/Spartan type events in the UK Liam has extended his range and now enjoys running ultra marathons on the trails and has completed the Penticton Challenge.

Liam likes to employ a holistic approach to assessment and treatment of his patients. While valuing comprehensive diagnoses he will allow treatment plans to be flexible to follow the progression of the injury and address new symptoms/issues as they present.

He uses a lot of manual therapy using a variety of techniques, ranging between deep tissue massage to very light touch subtle fascial gliding work.

Emily Ervine, Registered Physiotherapist


Emily Ervine - Portrait

Emily is a Physiotherapist and Strength & Conditioning Specialist passionate on empowering her patients to achieve their goals. She has earned a Master of Science in Physiotherapy (MScPT) from Dalhousie University. Prior to this, she graduated with a Masters of Kinesiology (MKin) and Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin) from the University of British Columbia.

Emily has also completed training in Functional Movement Screen (FMS), Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA), and is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association. She has consulted with various university and professional sports teams at national and professional levels, including teams and athletes in the NHL, MLB, CFL, and Olympics.

Emily embraces education and has been learning from mentorships with MLB Physiotherapists, NHL Medical Staff, and Upper Extremity Orthopaedic Surgery clinics here in Vancouver. Additionally, she has achieved Level 1 Orthopaedic Manual Therapy with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s Orthopaedic Division. She is continuing advanced education in manual therapy to supplement her clinical skills with a special interest in high performance and upper extremity sports, such as golf, baseball, and hockey.

From a personal standpoint, she engaged in a wide variety of certifications. She has coached competitive and leisure sailing and was a Taekwondo instructor as a black belt.

Emily is a die-hard Vancouver Canucks fan! She spends much of her available time practicing her pitching skills, golfing in the backyard with her dogs Timber & Willow.

Emily looks forward to working with individuals to improve their lifestyle functioning after illness or injury, and those who wish to maximize their performance in sport.


Our Teams' Collective Qualifications:

  • BHK/BKin/BSc (Kin) Bachelor of Human Kinetics/Bachelor of Kinesiology
  • BSc PT Bachelor of Sciences Physiotherapy
  • MPT Master of Physical Therapy
  • BHSc PT Bachelor of Health Sciences Physiotherapy
  • MCPA Member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • FCAMT Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapists
  • Dip. Manip. PT Post-graduate studies in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy
  • Dip. Sport PT Post-graduate studies in Sport Physiotherapy
  • RMT Registered Massage Therapist
  • R.Ac. Registered Acupuncturist
  • AFCI Certificate Acupuncture
  • IMS Certified Gunn IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation ) Practitioner
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