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.
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.
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.
Ruby Tiwana earned her Diploma in Massage Therapy, graduating at the top of her class in June 2017. She had the privilege of being taught by some of the industry-leading experts and renown practitioners. Ruby is excited to combine the knowledge she has gained with her strong desire to help people heal and understand the importance of a healthy body.
Since she has begun practicing, Ruby has seen and treated an extensive number of soft tissues injuries, with particular success in the treatment of whiplash related injuries. She has come to understand how difficult it can be to regain mobility and quality of life after such events. Her rehabilitation techniques include incorporating relaxation, manual therapy, modalities, and home care instructions for your specific needs. Her approach is to address each individuals’ injuries with personalized care and consideration to ensure your return to daily activity, recreational exercise or sports. She offers a focused and detailed biomechanical assessment, including movement assessment, postural assessment, and various orthopedic tests. Whether the goal is rehabilitation or maintenance, Ruby takes great joy and pride in working with patients towards the successful improvement of their quality of life. Ruby will always be seen addressing her patients with kindness and compassion.
Outside of the clinical setting, Ruby can be seen playing recreational sports such as softball, football, and soccer. She enjoys going to the gym, being outdoors, and spending time with loved ones.
Student Massage Therapist
Rajan is currently a student at West Coast College of Massage Therapy. He focuses on assessing the body as a whole and resolving the underlying causes of discomfort. He takes great interest in furthering his skills and knowledge by reviewing empirical research and educating patients on ways to improve their daily life activities. In his spare time, Rajan enjoys daily exercise. From weight training and Hot yoga to playing or coaching soccer, he demonstrates the importance of physical health and injury prevention.