Harleen Kalra, DPT, Bsc.


Harleen is a physiotherapist that got her Bachelor’s of Science from UBC and went on to get her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree from Melbourne University.
She has been working in the WhiteRock community since 2018. She currently specializes in orthopaedic conditions including pre & post-surgical rehabilitation, sports related injuries, any musculoskeletal pain and conditions. Additionally, Harleen has recently specialized as a vestibular physiotherapist and treats conditions such as vertigo and dizziness.
In her spare time Harleen enjoys yoga and meditation.

Luke Chen

Registered Massage Therapist

Luke graduated from Vancouver Career College of Massage Therapy in 2017. Prior to that, Luke obtained a bachelor in Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University in 2010, with a minor in active rehab. During his time at SFU, Luke volunteered at GF Strong Rehab Centre in assisting individuals with spinal cord injuries to participate in cycle training with electrical stimulation. In the recent few years, Luke developed a passion to provide care that is specific and individualized to his clients’ need. Luke has experience providing care to clients with physical demanding jobs, undergoing recovery  from a motor vehicle accident, or recovering from intense athletic training.
Luke finds joy in helping others by utilizing his tactile sensitivity to zone in  on specific areas that need specific attention. To provide precise pressure and maximum therapeutic care, Luke received training for Graston Technique in Fort Lauderdale, USA. In conjunction with use of hot stone, Luke provides an experience that is unique and well received by his patients. Luke utilizes a variety of technique in Swedish, trigger point therapy, joint mobilization, and myofascial release to provide care that is complete and therapeutic.  In addition to providing massage to his clients, Luke is also quite eager to share his knowledge on hydrotherapy, therapeutic exercises, and work place ergonomics to further assist his clients.
Gurman Mangat, DPT, Bsc.


Gurman graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor’s in Health Science and a minor in Biology and then decided to complete her Doctorate of Physiotherapy in Melbourne, Australia. She has now been working as a physiotherapist in the lower mainland since 2016, and is loving every bit of it! She is well-equipped in treating musculoskeletal conditions, such as back and neck pain, acute and chronic injuries, pre and post-surgical rehabilitation, and pregnancy-related pelvic girdle pain. She also runs exercise sessions to improve overall health and fitness. She is certified in Functional Dry Needling I and II. In her spare time, Gurman likes to do all travel, play with her puppies and spend time with her friends and family.

Ajay Verma, B.P.T., MBA


“The thing I like the most about Kinesiology is knowing I can make a difference in people’s lives every day. Figuring out someone’s needs and customizing a program to get them back to close to their normal life is both important and extremely rewarding. Active Rehabilitation is just not a program, it’s a lifestyle which is sustainable and attainable.
In my free time I would love to play badminton and exploring new hiking trails.”

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Nafeez Syed holds Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Physiotherapy from India and is currently finishing his Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Sciences at The University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. He began his career as a Physiotherapist in 2003 and has upgraded himself constantly, both in his qualifications and skill sets. 

Nafeez is certified in Gunn Intra Muscular Stimulation (IMS) and has completed all the 4-levels needed for Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy (MDT) certification from Robin McKenzie Institute, Canada. Alongside, advanced trainings in Myofascial mobilization and Mulligan mobilization of cervical spine and upper extremities, he is specialized in treatment of spinal and other joint problems. He is also certified by American Institute of Balance in Vestibular rehabilitation & Concussion, and is a certified therapist in Radial Shockwave and LASER therapies for various musculoskeletal problems.  Low back pain is Nafeez’s key area of interest as reflected from his large clientele and research publication record.   

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Nayul Kim R.TCM.P


Nayul is a registered acupuncturist. She has earned her degree from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, after a rigorous five-year program both in the classroom and under clinical supervision as an intern, she practiced in China.
Nayul specializes in treating all types of acute and chronic pain often associated with soft tissue damage also in women health and mental health such as PMS, period pain, insomnia and anxiety disorder.
She incorporate various TCM diagnostic approaches and uses acupuncture, cupping, tuina and therapeutic heat to relieve physical and emotional blockages in the body. In addition, she believes TCM has a strong focus on prevention and is beneficial in the maintenance of good health.
Jinder Hoonjan

Registered Physiotherapist (BMR PT)


· Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy, University of Manitoba, 2010 

· Completed her Certification in Acupuncture, CAFCI, Level 1 

· Completed Upper Quadrant Level 1 Orthopedic manual therapy 



· Private practice Physiotherapy for 9 years 

· Various placements including amputee rehabilitation, orthopedic outpatient/inpatient and 

   neurological conditions including stroke, Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis 

· Has completed, and continues to take, post graduate Physiotherapy courses 

· Has experience treating sport related injuries from a variety of sports including: soccer, hockey, 

volleyball, and softball/baseball. 


Areas of Expertise 

· ICBC / WCB Injuries 

· Acupuncture 

· Sports Injuries 



· Travelling, cooking

· HIIT, running, biking 

Danlin (Dan) Liang, B.Med


Danlin has many years of systematic and comprehensive medical training. He believes that Chinese medicine is an effective alternative and holistic medicine. He is committed to exploring Chinese Medicine from a science perspective and its application to improve mobility and overall health.
In his spare time, Dan enjoys reading ancient books about Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and has a solid foundation and understanding of TCM diagnosis, TCM herbal formula, and Acupuncture Treatments.   His hobbies involve learning new computer technologies and modifying performance vehicles.
Catherine Chung

Registered Massage Therapist

Catherine is a graduate of the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in Toronto, ON. Coming from a therapy-based background, her main goal is to promote health and injury prevention for all her clients. Catherine develops individual treatment plans after assessing a client’s health history. Through strong communication, Catherine gives her clients therapeutic exercises and education to extend the effectiveness of her treatments. She has treated patients with chronic pain, pregnancy, children who are in competitive sports, and individuals who are simply “stressed out”. She has worked in a multidisciplinary clinic alongside health practitioners who shared her belief in holistic and client centric approach. She specializes in a unique style of Swedish as well as deep tissue massage.

Daiya Sabharwal

Intern Massage Student

Daiya is a student at Langara College, in a Registered Massage Therapy program. Her main goal is to learn all she can and give her clients soothing and relaxation massages. In her spare time, Daiya is studying for classes or working out.

Registered Massage Therapist

Sheeja was born and raised in India. Sheeja has a real passion for Massage Therapy. She has many years of experience in rehabilitation and pain management. She customizes her massages to your individual needs and has a very caring professional presence. On her spare time she likes to be with her family.