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PhysioLife adds Kinesiologist to Team
March 10, 2017

PhysioLife is pleased to add Kinesiologist Bayo Adenekan to our team.  Bayo graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Kinesiology.  He is a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) and holds a SportMedBC Sports Aid certificate.  As a human movement specialist, Bayo uses an evidence-based approach to prescribe individually tailored exercises to clients suffering from musculoskeletal injuries, MVA-related injuries, workplace injuries and chronic health conditions.  Through active rehabilitation and general strength and conditioning, Bayo’s strives to empower clients to move with confidence as they engage in activities of daily living.

Bayo’s interest in physiotherapy and active rehabilitation emanated from his own experience dealing with sport-related injuries while playing competitive basketball in high school.  He is a strong advocate of combining physiotherapy with exercise therapy to promote successful recovery.

Bayo is always seeking to advance his knowledge and skills as a kinesiologist by attending seminars in the field of exercise therapy and musculoskeletal disorders.  He has completed a certificate in Functional Movement Screens (FMS), a 7-part screening tool used to determine limitations in fundamental movement patterns. He also has a keen interest in sport-specific training, sport nutrition, and NeuroKinetic Therapy.

In his downtime, Bayo enjoys basketball, running, weight training, kickboxing, and cooking. He takes much pleasure from exploring and tasting various cuisines.

If you’re interested in our active rehab program or are looking for an exercise program, Bayo can help!

PhysioLife Welcomes Physiotherapist Sukhi Grewal
October 29, 2016

PhysioLife is pleased to announce that Physiotherapist Sukhi Grewal has joined our team.  Sukhi completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University followed by a Master of Physiotherapy Studies from the University of Queensland in Australia.  Although he started his career in Australia, Sukhi is happy to be back in Canada and practicing in his hometown.

Sukhi’s interest in physiotherapy began while he rehabilitated his own injuries sustained while playing hockey and weight lifting.  Sukhi saw the impact that physiotherapy could have on his goal to recovery and wanted to share that experience by helping others achieve the same.

Sukhi’s passion for physiotherapy grew while working in Australia and he developed a keen interest in manual therapy, chronic pain, and needling techniques.  He is always looking to enhance his physiotherapy skills through seminars and professional development courses.  Sukhi has clinical experience working with a caseload consisting of pre/post surgical rehabilitation, neurology, vestibular conditions and workplace injuries.  Sukhi can service a variety of clientele in both English and Punjabi.

While living in Australia, Sukhi picked up his love for outdoor sports – rock climbing, cycling and swimming.  When Sukhi is not treating patients, he can be found hiking or cycling through the great trails of BC.

Welcome to the team!

PhysioLife Welcomes Physiotherapist Satvir Hundal
October 13, 2016

PhysioLife is pleased to announce that Physiotherapist Satvir Hundal has joined our team.  Satvir’s academic career includes both a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University, and a Masters of Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia.  In addition to her degrees, Satvir has also completed courses in the Mulligan concept, soft tissue release, and is currently working through the orthopaedic levels (advanced training in manual and manipulative therapy).  She also plans on pursuing additional post-graduate training in Women’s Health.

Satvir’s passion for Physiotherapy started when she worked as a Physiotherapy aid through the co-operative education program at SFU in a school working witih children with learning disabilities or special needs.  This experience left her wanting to continue helping clients of all ages to be as physically active as possible. She loves being able to help assist clients meet their treatment goals through the application of manual techniques, exercise prescription and education.

Satvir’s previous experience as a Kinesiologist, and as a physiotherapist in both private and public settings makes her a well-rounded therapist.  As such, Satvir’s patients have a broad range of injuries and ailments, but she has a particular interest in pre/post natal health and incontinence.

In her spare time, Satvir enjoys going on runs with her dog, hiking with her friends, and doing bhangra (Indian dance).  Satvir is fluent in Punjabi.

Welcome, Satvir!

Happier Aging Health Fair coming to White Rock/South Surrey on May 14!
April 27, 2016

PhyioLife is pleased to participate as the gold sponsor at the White Rock/South Surrey Happier Aging Health Fair.  This event runs from 12pm to 3pm on Saturday, May 14, 2016 at 1959 152nd Street (Windsor Square).  We’ve attached an information brochure if you’d like to learn more!  http://www.physiolife.ca/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Happier-Aging-Health-Fair.pdf

PhysioLife Physiotherapist Lisa Chandra Certified in Gunn IMS
February 18, 2016

PhysioLife Physiotherapy Clinic is pleased that physiotherapist Lisa Chandra was recently certified to perform Gunn IMS.  IMS (or Gunn IMS) was developed in the 1970’s by Dr. Chan Gunn.  The principles of IMS are rooted in Western Medicine and utilize acupuncture needles as a way to penetrate deep muscle tissue.  IMS can benefit many patients but particularly those who experience chronic neurological symptoms/pain.  To learn more about how IMS can help you, book an appointment or give us a call.

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