Jas’ academic career began at Simon Fraser University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Physiology. He subsequently completed his Master of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia.
Jas has always been interested in science and the human body. When deciding a career path to choose, his own experience recovering from injuries led him to physiotherapy. Jas’ primary interests are from the various treatment techniques he was exposed to during his rehabilitation and education. A few of these interests include manual therapy and intramuscular stimulation (IMS dry needling). Jas is currently pursuing additional post-graduate credentials in manual therapy and IMS. To date he has completed his Orthopaedic Division Level 1.
Jas has experience with various patient populations. These include neurological conditions, hip and knee replacements, chronic pain as well as general orthopaedic conditions. Jas clinic experience allows him to work with a broad range of acute and chronic patients. His treatment relies on the use of hands-on manual skills coupled with patient education. Jas strives to empower patients to take an active role in their rehabilitation.
Growing up in BC, Jas has a love for the outdoors which includes hiking, swimming and skiing fresh powder in Whistler or the interior. Jas is also fluent in Punjabi.