PhysioLife Welcomes Physiotherapist Sukhi Grewal

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!

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COVID 19 NOTICE

Update: August 25, 2021

Please note: As per the latest orders by the Provincial Health Officer.  Masks are mandatory inside public spaces, which includes our clinics.  All of our COVID-19/communicable disease guidelines still remain in place, and can be viewed on our website.

Thank you for your continued support.  We hope everyone stays healthy.

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