Dr. Jaspreet K. Nijjer graduated Magna Cum Laude honors with a Doctorate of Chiropractic and a Bachelor of Science in Human Biology from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon. Prior to pursuing her career as a chiropractor, Dr. Nijjer studied biomedical physiology and kinesiology at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia and worked as a chiropractic assistant.
Puneet completed her Masters of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia after completing a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University. She has clinical experience working in both public and private settings including orthopaedic injuries, workplace injuries, hand therapy, pre/post-natal care, incontinence, and stroke rehabilitation. She has taken additional courses in soft tissue manipulation, the Mulligan concept, and is pursuing her levels in advanced orthopaedic manual and manipulative therapy. Her interest in physiotherapy stemmed from leading an active lifestyle and her passion for rehabilitation grew while working as a kinesiologist. Her primary treatment approach is a combination of manual therapy, active soft tissue release, and exercise prescription to help her clients achieve their goals for recovery. Outside of the clinic, Puneet likes to spend her free time travelling, hiking, and strumming tunes on her ukulele.
Upon graduating from the University of Manitoba in 2013, Sunny began working in an acute orthopedic setting. Sunny’s interest with physiotherapy and rehabilitation began after spraining his ankle multiple times. After completing extensive rehabilitation for his ankle injuries, Sunny realized that he had developed a vast interest in physiotherapy and knew it going to be an important part of his future. Sunny’s experience involves working with a wide range of patients, from the general population to athletes. Sunny’s attention to detail and experience with multiple demographics, allows for him to effectively customize and modify treatment to the patient’s specific needs.
Dr. Randy Garcha was born and raised in Vancouver. After completing his undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia he went on to pursue his Doctor of Chiropractic from the University of Western States in Portland, Oregon, graduating with honors. Dr. Garcha has been in practice for over 15 years treating patients suffering from motor vehicle accident injuries, sports injuries and acute and chronic conditions. He is an instructor for chiropractic students in their final clinical internship, and is a member of the adjunct faculty at the University of Western States.
Steeles Johnston is a graduate of the well known and highly received West Coast College of Massage Therapy where he learned to treat a variety of conditions and exercised his interpersonal skills while dealing with a wide range of patients. While in college Steeles had a lot of practical experience during his outreach programs at such locations as the Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion, the South Granville Seniors Centre, BC Woman’s Hospital, and many others. Through these experiences he encountered the different needs of people in different situations with a diverse array of conditions. With a keen interest in biology and how the body works early in life Steeles always sought out a way to apply this passion into a way to help others around him. Through Massage Therapy Steeles has achieved this goal and continues to help others in need.