3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Taj graduated from UBC in 2003 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy. He has been at the Clinic since August of 2005 and became a partner in March of 2009. Taj is a manual therapist and enjoys working with sports and orthopaedic injuries and post-surgical rehabilitation. He is also certified to perform IMS (Inta-Muscular Stimulation) and acupuncture. Taj has taken many manual therapy courses, culminating in an Intermediate Certificate in Manual Therapy. In addition, Taj has taken several courses on muscle imbalance, core stability and sports injury management and rehabilitation. Outside of work, Taj enjoys playing soccer, working out and spending time with his family.
Margaret graduated from UBC in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Medicine. She is a founding partner in the Clinic and has worked here since it opened in 1998. Margaret is a manual therapist and has taken numerous post-graduate courses over the years, culminating in an Intermediate Certificate in Manual Therapy. She has taken additional physiotherapy courses, such as muscle imbalance, core stability, exercise prescription and has attended conferences regarding sports injury and management. Outside of work, Margaret enjoys reading, tennis and playing video games!
Linda graduated from UBC in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy. She has a strong interest in treating sports and orthopaedic injuries as well as concussions and vestibular conditions (vertigo, dizziness, and balance disorders). As a Physiotherapist, Linda continues to expand her clinical knowledge and has taken many post-graduate courses on manual therapy, clinical pilates, muscle imbalances, and concussion management. Outside of work, Linda enjoys playing soccer, travelling, and staying active with her children.
Richard completed a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia in 2012. He started his career at Vancouver General Hospital in the Intensive Care Unit and Burns Plastics Trauma Unit. He has been involved in educating physiotherapists as a teaching assistant for the CESEI Respiratory Therapy course at Vancouver General Hospital. He continues to work in the public sector at Richmond Hospital in the Outpatient Rehabilitation unit working with clientele post-operatively. Richard has since pursued a variety of post-graduate courses to further develop his skills. Specifically, he has advanced training in manual therapy, exercise prescription for cervical dysfunction, shoulder rehabilitation and concussion rehabilitation. He holds certifications to practice Intramuscular Stimulation/Dry Needling and Acupuncture from the Canadian Acupuncture Foundation of Canada. Richard developed and instructs the Joint Active Rehab program focusing on functional rehabilitation for clientele post joint replacement surgery. He believes in taking an evidence-based approach to healthcare and provides self-management strategies to help others achieve their goals.
Philip graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1997 and has been working at the Clinic since it opened in July of 1998. As an RMT, Philip has taken courses in Sports Massage and Active Water Therapy. At the Clinic he conducts Hydrotherapy 2x/week in the pool in addition to his work as an RMT. Outside of work, Philip enjoys playing baseball and weight training and is interested in maintaining a balanced lifestyle.
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Emma attended Indiana University on a Track and Field Scholarship and graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. She has been at the Clinic since 2016 and conducts the Active Rehabilitation program. Emma is a member of the British Columbia Assocation of Kinesiologists and has completed her Level 1 FMS Certification. She enjoys helping patients increase their level of strength and function to enable a safe and durable return to work/sport. Emma represented Canada at the 2015 Pan-American Games in Toronto, competing in High Jump and is the 2019 Canadian National Champion.