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Deepika graduated with Bachelors of Physiotherapy from Pravara Institute of Medical Sciences, Maharashtra University of Health Science, India (2007). She was University topper and Topper of her College with distinction in Psychology during her bachelors. In addition, she holds a Masters degree in Global health and Human Administration services from Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, USA( 2013). She worked as a Registered Physiotherapist in India in both hospital and clinic based settings.
Deepika immigrated to Canada in 2012 and completed a Canadian Healthcare Content Course at University of Toronto. She then finished her IEP program from UBC in 2015 and has passed written and practical’s of the Canadian Physiotherapy National Exam. She uses integrated manual therapy with exercise prescription to treat Orthopedic, neurological, sports, work related and motor vehicle accident injuries. Her areas of interest are sports injuries, chronic pain, neurological conditions, post op patients and exercise prescription. She is certified and specializes in dry needling, Pelvic floor, TMJ and Vestibular rehabilitation. She was associate instructor and organizer of dry needling courses in Canada which focuses on Fascial Adhesion Model a 3rd generation dry needling concept majorly practiced in the United kingdom. In her physiotherapy practice, she works hard to educate each of her patients on strategies for self-care and integrating exercise into daily schedule.
She believes in showing results to her patients and help them get back to daily life painfree. Check her instagram @physio_with_dee
Noreen graduated from the University of Zimbabwe as a Physiotherapist and went on to add to her skill set a Masters Degree in Health Sciences focusing on Chronic Disease Rehabilitation at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa.
Before moving to Canada, she practiced in several countries in Southern Africa in a variety of settings including private practice, long term care, community-based residential, sports and hospital care where she developed a keen interest in manual therapy and therapeutic exercise. She has also completed a course in Pelvic health with the University of Alberta which focused on detailed assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of pelvic floor muscles.
Outside of clinical practice, Noreen enjoys biking, watching rugby, travelling and spending time with friends.
Mihir has been practising Physical Therapy since 2009 in reputed hospitals of India and the UK.
Was involved extensively with a Cardiac Rehab centre in India, educating and treating clients post surgery along with MSK injuries, also was engaged in teaching Health and social care as a professor in Anglia Ruskin University, UK.
He has worked, contributed, and gained valuable experience for more than 13 years in healthcare field in various aspects including treatment, management, and administration in multiple countries.
He takes special interest in treating MSK injuries along with Neuro and Geriatric cases. Has worked for reputed nursing homes in the UK, administering Physical Therapy programs to patients with Dementia
and functional mobility issues.
Physical Therapy is an amazing, exciting, and very rewarding opportunity in life to be able to help others
and he takes great pride in his ability to contribute towards your fitness and wellbeing.
In his free time, he enjoys reading books and exploring different places, keeping up to date with various
new interventions and learning new techniques, social activities with friends and more.
Yechao (Charles) Hu has been in the massage industry for about 3 years. He was born in China and has always liked to travel, living in Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand for more than one year in each place. He learned a variety of massage techniques in these countries. He completed his RMT studies in Vancouver and Toronto and has received RMT licenses in both BC and Ontario. He is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of BC (CMTBC) and the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO).
Charles is a good listener and a kind, considerate person who enjoys assisting people to improve their health and well-being. Assessment is his favourite RMT subject, and he is skilled at evaluating a patient’s condition and determining the treatment needed. He is skilled at a variety of different techniques depending on the needs of the client, such as deep tissue massage and Swedish massage. He can do myo-fascial techniques which can release adhesions and tension in the body.
In addition, he has been to Malaysia, South Korea, and Hong Kong. He speaks English and Mandarin and is learning Cantonese. In his free time, he enjoys cooking very much and likes both Western and Asian cuisine. He has tried skiing, bungee jumping, and parachute jumping. He would like to do more outdoor sports in the future.
Samuel Lee R.Ac is a Registered Acupuncturist trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Acupuncture who constantly pursues and researches modern acupuncture techniques. By treating the body as a whole system and addressing the root cause of an issue, Sam’s techniques have shown great results in alleviating pain, as well as reducing stress, anxiety, and depression. Sam’s treatments can increase energy levels, blood flow, and a patient’s overall sense of well-being. Sam’s primary focus is to address musculoskeletal issues (sports injuries, chronic pain, acute pain, sciatica, etc.) along with mental-emotional concerns (stress, anxiety, insomnia, depression). Sam is also fascinated with Acupuncture's ability to address digestive, hormonal, and fertility issues.
Prabh graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education & Coaching specialization in Kinesiology from Douglas College, New Westminster, BC in 2018. He is also a certified BCRPA personal trainer. He spent a year as a practicing Kinesiologist in the South Okanagan. During his time in the Okanagan from working a full caseload of active rehab, Prabh conducted and managed falls prevention classes, Joints In Motions classes, and hydrotherapy sessions (one on one and groups). He also coordinated and led Run Club 2000 in Osoyoos. Prabh creates individualized exercise rehab programs for the able-bodied and disabled-bodied persons. He is well versed in making tailored home workouts and strength and conditioning programs that address the specific needs and goals of his clients.
Physical therapy is a healthcare service that focuses on restoring and improving physical function and mobility through exercises, manual therapy, and other techniques. Physical therapists work with patients to alleviate pain, improve movement, prevent or manage chronic conditions, and promote overall fitness and wellness, often in collaboration with other healthcare professionals.
Acupuncture is a complementary healthcare service that involves the insertion of thin needles into specific points on the body to promote natural healing and pain relief. Acupuncture is commonly used to treat conditions such as chronic pain, headaches, and anxiety, among others, and is often combined with other treatments for optimal results.
Deep tissue massage therapy is a type of massage that uses firm pressure and slow strokes to reach deeper layers of muscles and fascia. It is used to treat chronic muscle tension, injuries, and pain, and can improve blood flow, range of motion, and overall relaxation.
Kinesiology is a healthcare service that uses exercise and movement to improve physical function, prevent injury, and promote overall health and wellness. Kinesiologists work with patients to develop personalized exercise programs that address their specific needs and goals, such as improving flexibility, strength, balance, and endurance.