Mitch received his Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Newcastle, Australia in 2014. He then practiced in private clinics treating all injury types while also spending evenings and weekends as a sports trainer for a local sporting team.
Before pursuing physiotherapy, Mitch worked as a personal trainer in Western Sydney, and has a Rugby Union sporting background playing for Parramatta, Gordon Rugby Union Club, and represented the state of New South Wales (Under 17s).
He is an internationally certified physiotherapist in both Canada and Australia, and is proficient in dry needling (IMS) and vestibular conditions (vertigo, dizziness, imbalance).
Ruxi Oala Physiotherapist - B.PT(Hons), B.Sc
Ruxi received her Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours from the University of Newcastle, Australia in 2016. She then practiced in private clinics in the Lower Mainland, as well as managing paediatric home visits outside of clinic hours. Ruxi also holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Physiology and Kinesiology with a minor in Psychology from SFU.
She is an internationally certified physiotherapist in both Canada and Australia and is undergoing her Brain Story Certification from Alberta Family Wellness Institute.
Jess Office manager
Jess is our mixed breed elderly dog (Aussie Shepard, Kelpie, Mastiff, Pitbull, Pointer - who knows!). Her experience in physical therapy comes from her fused knees and low back which cause her to walk a bit funny, also known as the "Jiggy Jig". She knows the importance of movement first hand to manage her arthritis.
Regardless, she is one happy dog and will give you lots of tail wags and licks if you get close! If it's dog therapy you need, we have just the pup.