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BHK, MPT, GradCert CWH | Registered Physiotherapist

Pelvic Health, Maternal Health, Biopsychosocial Model of Care, Clinical Pilates

I feel privileged to be on this health journey with each of my clients, walking alongside them to offer science-based knowledge, education and support to enable them to make the best care and treatment choices for themselves at any stage.


Growing up in the lower mainland, I was fortunate to have positive influences and experiences when faced with health challenges. I was inspired and driven to provide the same positive experiences for others and found myself half-way around the world in beautiful Western Australia to complete a Master’s in Physiotherapy in 2010. During my studies I became enlightened to the involvement of Physios in pelvic health and the positive impact that we could have on quality of life for those experiencing pelvic health issues. After returning home to BC and working in various public health settings, I gained an appreciation for the lack of awareness and difficulties in accessing pelvic health care. This lit my fire and I returned to Australia to pursue further studies and complete a Post Grad Certificate in Physiotherapy with Continence and Pelvic Health major in 2014. I am a quiet, calm and reflective personality that values the individual stories and experiences that my clients bring. I love working together to support them with their self-identified needs and goals, whether it be daily function or high-level performance. I enjoy treating all areas of pelvic health with a whole-body approach and have a particular interest in supporting people in pregnancy and postpartum. As a lifelong learner, I strive to continually evolve my practice to better service my clients as better science becomes available. Improving pelvic health awareness and accessibility is my passion, which I am currently involved in various national working groups and educational opportunities with my community, peers and other healthcare professionals. Outside of my professional activities, I live an entertainingly chaotic life as a lucky mama to 2 little humans.

Adrienne Sim - Full Circle Physiotherapy
Adrienne Sim - Full Circle Physiotherapy


$180 - 55 min
$145 - 40 min
$95 - 25 min
$35 -1
hr Therapeutic Exercise Class
$125 - 40 min Clinical Pilates
$145 - 50 min Clinical PiIates

$75 - Semi-Private Clinical Pilates

Direct Billing to Extended Benefits
Sliding Scale - whatever you can

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Eclipse Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Tuesdays/Wednesdays @ 9am-4pm
Fridays @ 8am-12pm

Clinical Pilates
​Mondays/Thursdays @ 9am-2pm

Group Therapeutic Exercise 
Saturday @ 8:30-9:30am



"Adrienne is nothing short of the best. I came to her initially for post surgery care and was astonished at how careful, patient, and helpful she was. Her vast knowledge in her field really was the reason for my consistent progress in my recovery. She is considerate towards pain and makes sure she addresses all of my concerns.
Adrienne is thoughtful and thorough in her procedures and recommendations. She even made sure I continued to receive proper therapy after her treatments.
I can't recommend Adrienne enough, she will ensure your recovery is efficient, comfortable and produces results.
Thank you for everything Adrienne!"
Mariya B.


Graduate Certificate in Clinical Physiotherapy – Continence and Women’s Health (Curtin University, Perth Australia)  Integrated Systems Model – Clinical Mentorship with Diane Lee   Stott Pilates – Rehab Mat and Reformer   Sexual Medicine – Hollis Herman  Hypopressives Level 1  Pediatric Incontinence – Uro-Sante  Ano-rectal Dysfunction – Uro-Sante  Biopsychosocial Reframed – Reframe Rehab  Pregnancy, Pelvic Floor and Pelvic Girdle Pain – Pelvic Health Solutions Piston Science 1 & 2 - Julie Wiebe Treating and Training the Female Runner - Julie Wiebe  Exercise Reframed - Reframe Rehab Advanced POP/SUI – Women’s Health Training Associates Advanced PF: Exercise, Sport and MSK Dysfunction – Women’s Health Training Associates Advanced PF: Birth Choices – Women’s Health Training Associates Research Update 2021 - Childbearing Year – Women’s Health Training Associates Research Update 2022 - Pelvic Floor – Women’s Health Training Associates


CPTBC Provider Registration: 06902   MSP Practitioner Number: Opted Out   College of Physiotherapists of British Columbia  Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia Australia Health Practitioner Regulatory Agency Canadian Society for Pelvic Medicine – Research and Development Committee & Knowledge Translation Committee Canadian Physiotherapy Association – Women’s Health Division – Knowledge Translation Subcommittee International Continence Society  International Urogynecological Association Women’s Health Research Institute Educator with Uro-Santé


2023 - Presenter - National Strength and Conditioning Assocication BC Provincial Clinic - 'To Kegel or Not to Kegel, Pelvic Floor Facts for Fit Pros' 2023 - Presenter alongside Jodie Pulsifer - 4th Annual CSPM Meeting - 'Achy but Not Breaky' Pelvic Girdle Pain Symptoms in Pregnancy 2023 – Presenter and Co-Author with Dr Sinead Dufour – Section of Obstetrics and Gynecologists of Canada Western/Central CME – ‘eHealth solutions for urinary incontinence among women.’ 2022 – Presenter alongside Jodie Pulsifer and Susannah Britnell – BC Women’s Hospital Grand Rounds: ‘Achy but Not Breaky' – Pelvic Girdle Pain Symptoms in Pregnancy’ 2022 – Contributor and Author – Pulsifer J, Britnell S, Sim A, Adaszynski J, Dufour S. Reframing beliefs and instiling facts for contemporary management of pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain. Br J Sports Med. 2022 Nov;56(22):1262-1265. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2022-105724. Epub 2022 Aug 10. PMID: 35948414. 2022 – Presenter alongside Dr Sara Houlihan – Minoru Medical Education Society – creating content and sharing knowledge for the following presentation: ‘Don’t fear the trampoline: Management of Stress Urinary Incontinence’ 2022 – Presenter alongside Dr Sara Houlihan and Dr Sonjia Matic – Fraser Northwest Division of Family Practice – creating content and sharing knowledge for the following presentation: ‘Ask The Expert: Urogynecology’ 2022 – Contributor - Tilak M, Koenig N, Albert A, Mayer U, Gipson T, Sim A, Geoffrion R. OASIS Guideline Adherence Among Canadian Maternity Care Providers. J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2022 Aug;44(8):868-869. doi: 10.1016/j.jogc.2022.04.008. Epub 2022 Apr 26. PMID: 35487457. 2021-2022 – Presenter - Astellas Pharma Canada – Learning Program for Healthcare Professionals – creating content and sharing knowledge for the following presentations: 2021 – ‘Overactive Bladder through a Pelvic Health Physiotherapy Lens’ 2022 – ‘Ask the Overactive Bladder Expert’ 2021-2022 – Contributor - Be Pelvic Health Aware Campaign – Led by Dr Roxana Geoffrion and funded by the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research - consultation and content creation for the website and social media: 2021 – Contributor to UBC ‘This Changed My Practice’ A Refresher in Pelvic Pain By Dr Colleen Dy, Zerlyn Lee and Adrienne Sim 2019 – Presenter – Fortis Sport and Health Running Seminar: ‘Pelvic Health Considerations for the Distance Runner’ 2019 – Presenter - Think Tank Presentation at Fortius Sport and Health: ‘Pelvic and Women’s Health in Sport’ 2018-2019 – Contributor and Presenter alongside Jodie Pulsifer, Trish Gipson and Tamarah Nerreter - Grand Rounds Presentations at BC Women’s Hospital and St Paul’s Hospital: ‘Maternal Health through the Lens of Pelvic Health Physiotherapy’


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