Originally from the lower mainland, Jay grew up in both Calgary and in India from where he earned his Bachelor’s Degree of Physiotherapy in 1998. He has practiced in numerous clinical settings since his graduation, both in India and Canada and co-authored a book related to orthopedic exercises with a leading Orthopedic Surgeon (Dr. Pravin Kanabar) in India in 2000.

Jay’s interest in private practice particularly related to orthopedics and neuro-muscular science and Pediatric Physiotherapy began to develop early in his career whilst still working in India. When he moved to back to Canada, he worked towards his certifications in Acupuncture, Advanced Manipulative Therapy, Vestibular Therapy and Bio-Medical Dry needling along with numerous other courses.

He enjoys working in the fields of Sports injuries, Vestibular Rehabilitation, Concussion management, Pediatric Physical Therapy and Palliative Care support.

Jay in his spare time works in his ethnic community of origin, enjoys spending time with family and outdoor nature photography.


Adam earned his Master of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Alberta in 2005. Since that time,
he has continued to grow his Rehabilitation knowledge by completing his Fellowship of Manual Therapy,
in addition to Certifications in IMS and Acupuncture. To complement treatment techniques, Adam
strongly believes that patient education and targeted exercises to be a fundamental component of a
patient’s recovery plan. Adam’s treatment philosophy is to discover the root problem of the symptoms,
and treat the problems in addition to the symptoms to provide long standing relief and prevent future injuries.
Adam uses dry needles in his practice. He can also perform spinal manipulation and order diagnostic imaging as per indication.

When he is not in the clinic, Adam enjoys spending time with his wife and 2 boys. He can usually be
found on the soccer field or in the mountains skiing and biking.



Meera graduated from Sardar Patel University in 2013 with a Bachelor in Physiotherapy. She has worked in various clinical settings over the past 10 years. Meera continued to expand her knowledge and clinical skills by taking several postgraduate courses, such as the McKenzie Method of Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy and Bio Mechanical Dry Needling.

She is passionate about her work and continually challenge herself to offer effective solutions and work collaboratively with her patients to help them reach their maximum potential and improve quality of life. She provides individualized and client centered treatment protocol for variety of conditions for example:

  • Neck pain
  • Mid and low back pain
  • Peripheral joints pain
  • Repetitive/overuse injuries
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Musculoskeletal pain
  • Work-related injuries Motor
  • Sports-related Injuries

She believes in an exercise-based approach which includes the patient’s active involvement. She also utilizes patient education and manual therapy as part of her treatment approach. It gives her great satisfaction to see her patient recover and function independently.

In her free time, Meera enjoys activities like doing yoga, listening to music and spending time with her family and friends.

Alan V. Is an our new resident physiotherapist. He originally graduated from India and brings with him both a cultural nuance and good skills to work with patients with different orthopedic and neuromuscular injuries. He is diligent and loves both learning new things both related to the profession and outside.
Apart from work Alan and wife who is a nurse serve the community through their church. Alan is the proud father to two children, enjoys nature and road trips.

Kim graduated from New Brunswick in 2009 and over her career has moved to Alberta.
Her expertise lies in the use of therapeutic techniques to help alleviate long standing aches and pains.

Her skill sets incorporate techniques as Myo-fascial release techniques, sports massage, kinesio-taping and dynamic cupping are all areas that she has studied, along with high level training in prenatal massage, including massage for higher-risk pregnancies, infant massage, and training as a labour support provider (doula).

Working from a collaborative perspective Kim also has recently completed her Certification in Holistic Nutritional Consultation- which allows to focus on client’s overall wellness.
In her spare time she enjoys snowshoeing and hiking, and spending time with friends, especially providing respite relief for her best friend, who is mother to a fabulous teenaged son who has severe Cerebral Palsy and is confined to a wheelchair.


Katica is a registered massage therapist with 3000 hours of training from the Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy program at Makami College.

She adjusts massage treatments to each client according to one’s conditions and needs by combining various techniques such as Swedish, deep tissue, myofascial release, various therapeutic massage techniques, lymphatic drainage, joint mobilization, pre- and post-pregnancy massage, stretching and strengthening. She helps clients with various injuries and conditions: MVA, (muscle) strains, TMJ disorder, tennis and golfer’s elbow, piriformis syndrome, and many other issues.

She has a keen interest in learning new modalities and techniques to improve her knowledge and treatments for her clients.

In her private time, she enjoys many other activities, including hiking, volunteering at an animal shelter and being active outdoors.

Dan is a registered Massage Therapist with over 15 years of experience in the field. Dan specializes in deep tissue massage, car accident patients, headaches, TMJ, pre and post-Natal massage therapy. Dan has had extensive training and treatment experience with different therapeutic techniques such as the kinetic techniques.
Outside of being a Massage Therapist, Dan is a family man and loves to spend time with them.

Vinod Completed his degree in Occupational Therapy from MGR Medical University, Chennai, India in 2003. Vinod has been working as an Occupational Therapist in Canada for the past 10 years. Before that he worked in the United Kingdom as an Occupational Therapist for 8 years.
Vinod had worked in hospitals , community health centres, rehabilitation centres and home care. Vinod has worked with Children, Adults and Older adults and enjoys helping people to get back to productive life. Vinod is interested in learning and practicing new skills to improve his service.

When not at work, Vinod enjoys hunting, Fishing, Camping and driving.

Services available:

Chronic Pain management : Occupational therapy practitioners collaborate with patients to identify and incorporate self-management strategies into their daily routines to reduce pain, increase participation in meaningful occupations, and improve quality of life. Occupational Therapists use bio Psycho social approach to treat pain.

Hand Therapy: to improve gross and fine motor skills, ROM, Dexterity and strength after hand injury/surgery.

Pediatrics: to improve milestone development, ADL training and cognitive perceptual rehab.
Concussion assessment and rehab: OTs provide a unique perspective on assessing, intervening, and re-evaluating the functional impact on concussion to support individuals gradual return to their daily activities.

Cognitive assessments: Cognitive assessments after concussion and with any neurological conditions.
Functional assessments: Assess individuals ability to perform ADLs, IADLS and leisure activities after having an injury.

Stockings assessments : Assess for compression stockings to improve circulation.
Ergonomics assessments : Assess individuals posture and make recommendations to reduce risk of injury and to improve well being
Home environment assessment and modifications: Assess home environment and suggest modifications to maximise functioning
Provision of equipment: Provide equipment to improve independence in Activities of Daily living.


Renee has been working as a Registered Dietitian for over 18 years and has a passion for helping individuals improve their health through nutrition counselling and education. She specializes in the non-diet and Health at Every Size (HAES®) approach.

The HAES® approach is one rooted in kindness and compassion and focuses on healthy behavior change and not on weight as an outcome measure for success. Renee knows fad diets and yo-yo dieting approach takes a toll on our mental and physical health. Renee supports her clients to make positive nutrition changes so they feel better without a focus on weight loss.

Renee also works with clients who have undiagnosed or diagnosed eating disorders. She works with you alongside a team (a psychologist, your physician) to support you to recover and heal your relationship with food. Renee is a Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor™ and is registered with the College of Dietitians of Alberta. Please note all appointments are virtual at this time.

1:1 virtual appointments include:

  • Receive education on how to manage your health condition with good nutrition
  • Create a plan to implement regular balanced meals or learn how to eat for a newly diagnosed medical condition (such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol)
  • Overcome barriers getting in your way
  • Improve your body image and heal your relationship with food using intuitive eating principles

**Most appointments are covered by group insurance packages, check with your insurance to see if you have coverage to see a Registered Dietitian**

The Health at Every Size Principles® Include:

Accept and respect the inherent diversity of body shapes and sizes and reject the idealizing or pathologizing of specific weights.

Support health policies that improve and equalize access to information and services, and personal practices that improve human well-being, including attention to individual physical, economic, social, spiritual, emotional and other needs.

Promote flexible, individualized eating based on hunger, satiety, nutritional needs, and pleasure, rather than any externally regulated eating plan focused on weight control.

Acknowledge our biases, and work to end weight discrimination, weight stigma, and weight bias. Provide information and services from an understanding that socio-economic status, race, gender, sexual orientation, age, and other identities impact weight stigma, and support environments that address these inequities.

Support physical activities that allow people of all sizes, abilities, and interests to engage in enjoyable movement, to the degree that they choose.