Stacey Cave, MPT (On Maternity leave until March 2022. See below)
- Joined the BC Adult Bleeding Disorders Program in 2018
Stacey has been working for PHC since the fall of 2012 in a variety of areas including Acute, Rehab, Residential and Outpatient care. She came to us from the Complex Pain Outpatient team where she spent the last several years developing a pain self-management program with her coworkers as well as treating a variety of different pain diagnoses. Stacey was a varsity soccer athlete throughout her undergraduate studies at University of Minnesota Duluth, and continued to learn and practice with a musculoskeletal lens immediately after she attained her Exercise Science degree. She graduated from the University of British Columbia’s Master of Physical Therapy program in 2012 and has returned as a Clinical Instructor with the program to continue to support the MPT students in their learning process. Stacey works three days a week with our Adult Bleeding Disorders Program in conjunction with her other caseload in Geriatrics and she can be reached through our main office phone number to schedule an appointment.
Jill Kipnis, MPT
- Covering Maternity Leave for Stacey Cave until March 2022,
Jill graduated with her degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Western Ontario after completing her bachelor of science in Exercise Science. Jill has been an outpatient orthopedic physiotherapist at St. Paul’s Hospital for most of her career, and has treated many complicated musculoskeletal conditions. She has worked in the interdisciplinary BC Foot and Ankle Clinic and in this role has developed province wide physiotherapy protocols for more than 10 foot and ankle surgeries. In addition to her public practice work, Jill has a private practice focusing on home visits for women post mastectomy and breast reconstructive surgery. As well, Jill is a clinical instructor of orthopedic courses in the Masters of Physical Therapy program at UBC.
Outside of work, Jill leads a fit and active lifestyle. She enjoys yoga, resistance training, hiking, travel and hanging with her family.
Jill works three days a week with our Adult Bleeding Disorders Program in conjunction with her other caseload in outpatient orthopedics and she can be reached through our main office phone number to schedule an appointment.