204-4580 Hastings St.
Burnaby, BC V5C 2K4
Book an Appointment @ Hastings St., Burnaby
We are located on the second floor of the building on the corner of Hastings St. & Alpha Ave.
Look for our sign and entrance on the ground floor.
There is 1 to 2 hour hour free parking in the lot behind.
Directions from Burnaby City:
We are located at #204–4580 Hastings St., just 11 minutes (4.7 km) away via Douglas Rd. and Willingdon Ave.
- Head northwest on Canada Way toward Douglas Rd (29 m)
- Slight right onto Douglas Rd (2.0 km)
- Slight left onto Lougheed Hwy/BC-7 W (500 m)
- Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Beta Ave (230 m)
- Turn left onto Brentlawn Dr (500)
- Turn right onto Willingdon Ave (1.2 km)
- Turn right onto Hastings St/BC-7A
Insync Physiotherapy, serving Burnaby, BC V5C
Burnaby Physiotherapy - Vancouver
Burnaby is a city in British Columbia, Canada, located immediately to the east of Vancouver. It is the third-largest city in British Columbia by population, surpassed only by nearby Surrey and Vancouver. It was incorporated in 1892 and achieved City status in 1992, one hundred years after incorporation. It is the seat of the Greater Vancouver Regional District's government, the board of which calls itself Metro Vancouver.
At incorporation, the municipality's citizens unanimously chose to name it after the legislator, speaker, Freemason and explorer Robert Burnaby, who had been private secretary to Colonel Richard Moody, the first land commissioner for the Colony of British Columbia, in the mid-19th century. In 1859 Burnaby had surveyed the freshwater lake near what is now the city's geographical centre. Moody chose to name it Burnaby Lake.
In the first 30 to 40 years after its incorporation, the growth of Burnaby was influenced by its location between expanding urban centres of Vancouver and New Westminster. It first served as a rural agricultural area supplying nearby markets. Later, it served as an important transportation corridor between Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and the Interior and continues to do so. As Vancouver expanded and became a metropolis, it was one of the first-tier bedroom community suburbs of Vancouver itself, along with the city and district of North Vancouver, and Richmond. Burnaby has shifted in character over time from rural to suburban to urban.
Burnaby occupies 98.60 square kilometres (38.07 sq mi) and is located at the geographical centre of the Metro Vancouver area. Situated between the city of Vancouver on the west and Port Moody, Coquitlam, and New Westminster on the east, Burnaby is further bounded by Burrard Inlet and the Fraser River on the north and south respectively. Burnaby, Vancouver and New Westminster collectively occupy the major portion of the Burrard Peninsula. The elevation of Burnaby ranges from sea level to a maximum of 370 metres (1,200 ft) atop Burnaby Mountain. Due to its elevation, the city of Burnaby experiences quite a bit more snowfall during the winter months than nearby Vancouver or Richmond. Overall, the physical landscape of Burnaby is one of hills, ridges, valleys and an alluvial plain. The land features and their relative locations have had an influence on the location, type and form of development in the city.