Langley physiotherapist wins service excellence award

Organization honoured at Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards

Daniel Silvertson of Pure Form Physiotherapy, winner of the Service Excellence Award.

Service Excellence sponsored by Aldergrove Credit Union

Winner: Pure Form Physiotherapy

Nominees: Airco Heating and Cooling Ltd.; Campbell, Burton & McMullan, LLP; Downtown Langley Subway; Erikson’s Daylily; ICE Development Ltd.; Magellan Law Group LLP; and Rare Affairs Meeting & Event Planning Services.

“I am proud of what we have been able to build up,” said Daniel Sivertson, the owner of Pure Form Physiotherapy.

The business operates under the motto “Movement/Function/Well-Being”. This means they assist patients to be able to move their body the way they want to be able to move it, in functional pursuits like sports and activities of daily living which enhances an individual’s well-being.

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