Jason Sandher, Registered Massage Therapist
Jason Sandher became a Registered Massage Therapist in 2010. His practice consists of helping his patients live a pain-free lifestyle with use of myofascial release, Swedish massage, muscle energy, trigger point release, passive/active stretching, deep tissue and relaxation techniques. Jason works with a variety of conditions, including postural and overuse injuries. He has been practicing in Surrey and Richmond and has experienced great results with patients ranging from motor vehicle accidents to amateur athletes in numerous sports. As Jason has represented the Canadian National Cricket Team, his passion is working with athletes in a wide variety of sports, aiming to prevent and cope with injuries. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family.
Jim Sahota, Chiropractor
Dr. Jim Sahota graduated with his Doctorate of Chiropractic while concurrently completing his Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, he attended the University of Western States. Upon completion of his studies, he had the opportunity to preceptor under Dr. Stephen Sigalet, he is currently going into his 5th year as a chiropractor. Dr. Jim has worked with people from all walks of life, from infants to the elderly, elite athletes to office workers and everything in between. His studies and practice have given him extensive experience with various conditions and the opportunity to work with other professionals to take an integrative approach to health.
Repsy Koshy, Registered Physiotherapist
Repsy graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor’s in Physiotherapy and in 2009 with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. During his 14 years of experience, he had the opportunity to handle a wide variety of patients, including patients with Musculoskeletal, Orthopedic, Geriatric, Neurologic conditions. He has worked with children with various neuro-motor disorders attending mainstream schools, guiding and supervising students in community integration and was actively involved in the holistic care of his clients. Repsy has a strong background in helping patients to reach maximum physical, emotional and functional capacity to improve quality of life.
Harleen Kaur, Registered Kinesiologist
Harleen is a BCAK Registered Kinesiologist with the concentration in Active Health and Rehabilitation. From the beginning she was always passionate about human biology and sports. This led her to obtain her bachelors in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. During her free time, you can find Harleen training in the gym and playing badminton. Harleen strongly believes in the power of movement and mind such that “ the body achieves what the mind believes.”
Alex Yeh, Registered Acupuncturist / RMT
Alex graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science. Afterwards, Alex proceeded to obtain an education as a Registered Acupuncturist where he graduated in 2015 from PCU College of Holistic Medicine. After working as a Registered Acupuncturist for a period of time he returned to school and graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and obtained his license as an RMT. Today Alex works as both an RMT and R.Ac. From a young age Alex was always interested in health, physiology and anatomy. He is passionate about learning new skills and integrating them into his practice, and believes that being a lifelong learner is essential to becoming a successful health care practitioner. Alex strongly believes in patient centered care and is devoted to helping patients reach their goals.
Jagdave Kalkat, Chiropractor
Dr. JD Kalkat is a chiropractor born and raised in Delta, British Columbia. Dr. Kalkat went to Simon Fraser University on an entrance scholarship, where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences. He then went to the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, where he obtained his Doctor of Chiropractic. Dr. Kalkat is board certified in both Canada and the United States.
At the University of Western States, Dr. Kalkat practiced under former BC lions center, and current chiropractor, Dr. Doug Davies, whom Dr. Kalkat credits to helping him better understand sports related injuries. Dr. Kalkat enjoys dealing with all aspects of care, whether it is rehab related, or maintenance care. In particular, Dr. Kalkat likes to deal with chronic low back and neck cases, as well as sports related injuries. Dr. Kalkat’s treatment consists of using a combination of adjusting, soft tissue therapy, as well as rehab exercises and taping, in accordance with a patient’s needs. Dr. Kalkat’s goal is to help both chronic and acute patients get to pain free, optimal level of activity.
Anthony Sarai, Kinesiology
Anthony graduated from UBC from an extended degree program as he participated in the Co-op program (working as a Kinesiologist alongside his studies). He completed his Co-operative placement at Metrotown Orthopaedic and Sports Physiotherapy where he saw patients from the age of 5-80 with varying soft tissue and Orthopaedic injuries. He worked closely with the Physiotherapists at the clinic and was responsible for prescribing injury specific exercises for patients and progress as tolerated.
He also has experience working as a Kinesiologist in the community setting where he has handled varying injuries both physical and cognitive. While in the community, Anthony often worked in tandem with Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists with a variety of patient cases including joint reconstruction (i.e. ACL), car accidents, and concussion management. In addition, Anthony has participated in sports such has hockey his entire life that aids in his knowledge of injuries and recovery however, he demonstrates the patience and ability to work with varying populations and physical abilities.
He has extensive knowledge in the areas of Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, Concussion Protocol and Active Health. He is currently in good standing and a Registered practicing member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists. Anthony’s athletic background and own experiences with team injuries ranging from soft tissue, orthopaedic and concussions allows him to gauge a better understanding of how to progress client programs and introduce graded activity.
Cindy Prasad, Registered Massage Therapist
Cindy Prasad graduated from WCCMT in April 2019. She has a passion for women’s health, with experience ranging from tension due to everyday routines, to the maternity ward at RCH and treating athletes at UBC and Douglas College. “I believe in being a part of the recovery process for my clients, by identifying their concerns and finding effective solutions”.
Rajan Brar, Registered Massage Therapist
Rajan is a graduate from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. He completed the intensive 2500 hour program at the top of his class as Valedictorian. Rajan focuses on assessing the body as a whole and resolving the underlying causes of discomfort. He takes great interest in furthering his skills and knowledge by reviewing empirical research and educating patients on ways to improve their daily life activities. Some of the techniques he uses in practice are Swedish massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, deep tissue techniques, stretching and movement through therapeutic exercise and homecare. In his spare time, Rajan enjoys daily exercise. From weight training and hot yoga to playing and coaching soccer, he demonstrates the importance of physical health and injury prevention.