Ravi Hira

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LOCATION: Panorama Clinic, Surrey

AVAILABILITY: Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoons, and Saturday mornings

MPT (Master of Physical Therapy), BKin (Bachelor of Kinesiology)
Ravi Hira earned his Master of Physical Therapy and Bachelor of Kinesiology degrees from the University of British Columbia. He continues to acquire new skills and knowledge and is currently pursuing post-graduate training through The Advanced Manual Therapy Orthopaedics, The Sport Physiotherapy Canada Diploma programs, and Acupuncture Canada. He has recently completed his certification in IMS (dry needling technique) and can offer this as part of his clients' rehabilitation treatment plan.

Prior to becoming a Physiotherapist, Ravi was involved in athletics for 15 years as both an athlete and coach, having coached ice hockey at various levels. Ravi’s interest in rehabilitation grew from his involvement in hockey and other sports. As a Physiotherapist, Ravi helps his clients work toward achieving their full potential by focussing on the best evidence-based treatments and advanced manual clinical techniques through strengthening and exercise programs.

Ravi’s clinical experiences have provided him with a wide variety of skills and understanding. He has learned how to treat various types of injuries, on clients of all ages. He has worked with youth, adults, seniors, professional athletes, and Paralympic athletes. Ravi services a wide range of injuries; from motor vehicle accidents, pre and post-surgery rehabilitation, to injuries caused in the workplace.

When Ravi is not in the clinic, he can be found playing recreational team sports, which include hockey, football, basketball, and softball. You may also find him skating on the ice at Rogers Arena as a member of the Vancouver Canucks Ice Team!

Ravi is fluent in both English and Punjabi. He is available for 1:1 Physiotherapy appointments at the Panorama location Monday, Wednesday, Friday afternoons, and Saturday mornings.

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