Dr. Naiomi Sohi holds a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. She then graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College obtaining her Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. Her approach to care is evidence-based clinical knowledge, working towards the holistic wellness of each individual to help improve their overall health.By focusing on the nervous system and its contribution to musculoskeletal health and its influence on the rest of the body she looks towards the interaction between these systems to help maximize her patients’ care. She is also experienced in providing care for pregnant women and children, including those with learning and developmental disabilities.Although she enjoyed her time out East, it was her North-West soul that has brought her to BC to practice. Dr. Sohi has spent the past year as a new mom exploring life with her new baby. She enjoys time outdoors- hiking, running, and days at the beach. She describes herself as a yogi- in-training as she has a passion for personal development including her mind, body, and spirit.
Navneet was trained in the field of Physiotherapy in year 2006 and later went for his post graduate degree from Deakin University Australia. Since 2009, he has been practicing as Physiotherapist and a Manager in one of the leading chain of health care providers of the country. Navneet is a self motivated person whose diverse interests include sports injuries,motor vehicle accident injuries and chronic pain rehab. He spends a lot of his daily time in updating his knowledge of his related field and interests. In his spare time, Navneet is an avid reader, loves listening to music and enjoy outdoor sports.
Sunayana graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from India in 2003 and completed her Post graduation in exercise science from Victoria University in Melbourne, Australia in 2009. The experience she gained while working as an exercise physiologist in Australia gives her a unique perspective. She Includes Acupuncture as part of her treatment plan to maximise benefit for her clients. She has acupuncture certification through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Sunayana has worked with a wide range of clients and conditions including vestibular rehabilitation, Concussion, athletic injuries, and post-surgical rehabilitation. Her treatments are focused on a combination of manual therapy, acupuncture and individualized exercises to not only restore health but also prevent future injury.
Harpreet graduated in 2003. He brings over a decade of clinical experience and knowledge to the clinic which includes working overseas in Melbourne, Australia and India, as well as here in Canada. He previously owned and operated his own Physiotherapy practise in India, where he worked with professional wrestlers and Kabaddi players among other athletes. Harpreet always says that “It’s all for the love of the game. Every athlete, from elite sportsperson to weekend warrior, gets hurt. There is absolutely no reason to stop or be in constant pain.” He strives to get you back to where you should be.
When Harpreet isn’t at the clinic, you can find him biking or swimming with his young boys or enjoying BC’s beautiful lakes & parks.
Amanda graduated from West Coast College of Massage Therapy and has been treating patients since 2009. She believes in treating the body as a whole and focuses a lot of her attention in finding out the source of the problem and not just treating the symptoms. When booking with Amanda expect a thorough assessment which may includes functional movements and muscle testing and a treatment that may include a combination of soft tissue modalities, stretching and muscle activation.
In 2014, Amanda started her training as a Fascial Stretch Therapist (FST) and is currently a FST Level II. This type of modality focuses on increasing movement the body through stretching your fascial through movement. She has found this to be very useful in treating immobility and discomfort in the body.
Amanda has experience in treating office worker postural discomfort and repetitive use injuries, motor vehicle accident injuries, and sport injuries.
During her free time Amanda enjoys hiking, basketball, beach volleyball, snowboarding, cycling around the city, and friend and family time.