Kanwarpreet Trehan Physiotherapist
Kanwarpreet completed his Bachelors of Physiotherapy in India. He has been successfully registered as a physiotherapist and working in lower mainland since 2015.
Kanwarpreet believes in using a well-rounded approach to physical therapy in order to help his patients achieve their personal goals. This involves using manual therapy, while also providing exercises and education to empower his patients. He has a passion for continuing education and holds certifications in functional dry needling, vestibular rehabilitation, concussion management, craniosacral treatment and manipulation. Kanwarpreet believes using a client-centred approach will help his patients reduce pain, improve function and their overall quality of life. Whether you are looking to rehabilitate your injury, improve your athletic performance or return to work, Kanwarpreet will take the time to listen to you and develop a treatment plan that is best suited for you.
Outside of physiotherapy, Kanwarpreet is passionate about cricket, tennis and loves listening to music. Kanwarpreet is fluent in English, Punjabi and Hindi.
Amanpreet Brar Physiotherapist
Amanpreet Brar completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2012. She started working part- time as a physiotherapist in a hospital which specialized in orthopaedic and neurological surgery while she completed Master of Physiotherapy in Orthopaedics in 2014. She started her private practice in 2014.
She submitted her thesis for Doctorate of Philosophy in Sport Sciences in 2020. She has taken part in numerous international conferences and workshops. Amanpreet’s achievements include her presentation of eight research papers at international conferences and three published papers in international journals. She has also taken part in more than eighteen charity camps throughout her career to provide medical care to the less fortunate.
Her attitude towards patients is very sympathetic and wise. She focuses on diagnosing her patients with scientific methodology and patience, all the while building a good rapport with them. She aims to serve her patients’ needs and help in the recovery of their condition.
She is a tireless, enthusiastic and committed physiotherapist who loves her work. She can always be seen treating and guiding patients, co-operating with all the staff, mentoring new staff, and managing and organizing all aspects of her work in a correct and confident way. When not at work, one can find Aman spending time with seniors, making kids giggle, exploring a new scenic drive, trying to power lift, or working on a new skill.
Inderpreet Bajaj Physiotherapist
Inderpreet completed her Masters of Physiotherapy in Neurology in 2011 from Guru Jambeshwar University in India and her Bachelors of Physiotherapy in 2009 from Kurukshetra University. Inderpreet has also completed a two-year diplomate course in Osteopathy from Osteopathic College of Ontario. Her experience before coming to Canada was primarily in a multi - specialty hospital and private practice. Through these experiences, she treated all forms of musculoskeletal and neurological disorders such as spinal injuries, ADHD, autism, trigeminal neuralgia, and cerebral palsy.
Inderpreet utilizes advanced craniosacral and physiotherapy techniques. She has a passion for performing manual therapy techniques which help patients in early recovery and healing. Moreover, she has good experience in treating some menstrual problems in females such as dysmenorrhea, menstrual cramps and irregular periods. She believes in motivating patients to engage in exercises and physical activities to promote a healthy lifestyle.