Our Team

Trevor Fraser, BSc(PT), CHT, CGIMS

Trevor Fraser BSc(PT), CHT, CGIMS

Trevor Fraser
Physiotherapist, Certified Hand Therapist, Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)

Trevor graduated as a physiotherapist in 1996 from the University of Western Ontario and became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2001. He’s been in private practice physiotherapy for over 21 years. His professional memberships include the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (PABC), West Coast Hand Therapy Association (WCHTA) and the Canadian Society for Hand Therapists (CSHT). Post graduate studies have included the Intermediate Manual Therapy Certificate in the Orthopaedic system of CPA and Chan Gunn IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation).

Trevor has been an invited speaker with PABC, WCHTA, CSHT, University of British Columbia (UBC), OASIS Hand Symposium, WorkSafe BC and the BC Society of Surgeons. From 2014 to 2017 served as President of CSHT and Host Organizing Chair of the Annual CSHT conferences held in Vancouver in 2011 & 2017.

Trevor enjoys teaching and previously founded and directed one of the first private-practice hand therapy Fellowships offered in Canada. He also routinely supervises university students completing clinical placements.

When not at work, Trevor is an avid volleyball, tennis and softball player. He also loves to hit the slopes of Whistler on his snowboard.

Jenifer Jones, BSc(PT), BSc(KIN), CGIMS, VM

Jenifer Jones BSc(PT), BSc(KIN), CGIMS, VM

Jenifer Jones
Physiotherapist, Manual Therapy,
Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS), Visceral Manipulation

Jenifer received her Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Kinesiology at the University of Western Ontario in 1996. She’s been working in private practice physiotherapy in British Columbia since she graduated. Post graduate studies have included the Intermediate Manual Therapy in the Orthopaedic system of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA), Chan Gunn IMS (Intramuscular Stimulation) and Visceral Manipulation through the Barral Institute.

Jenifer is very passionate about her work and believes any successful treatment stems from a comprehensive assessment to find the “cause” of the problem. She utilizes a multi-modal approach to her treatments, incorporating many different technique to achieve goals.

Jenifer has proven success with mentoring physiotherapists and prides herself on a very “hands-on”, multidisciplinary approach to her treatments. She has been the physiotherapist to international, interprovincial and recreational sport teams and players.

Hussam Hakeem MPT, IMS

Hussam Hakeem MPT, IMS

Hussam Hakeem
Physiotherapist, IMS (Functional Dry Needling)

Hussam graduated in 2013 from the Master’s of Physical Therapy program at the University of British Columbia. He also completed his Bachelor’s of Science from UBC in 2010, majoring in Neurological Sciences and minoring in English Literature. His experience includes working with client’s in all fields of practice: neurological rehabilitation, orthopaedics, hand therapy, sport’s injuries, and geriatric medicine. Hussam is certified in IMS/Functional Dry Needling, and uses this technique to augment his current hands-on-approach to his therapy sessions.

Hussam believes a client’s positive outlook is just as important as the therapy they receive – Approaching a client’s therapy from a holistic perspective not only achieves balance, but also paves the way to a speedy recovery and return to function.

Kavitha Arasu, BPT, MSc(PT), CHT

Kavitha Arasu BPT, MSc(PT), CHT

Kavitha Arasu
Physiotherapist, Certified Hand Therapist

Kavitha completed her undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy from India. After working in India in varied health settings from pediatrics to orthopedics, she moved to the UK to complete her Masters degree in Physiotherapy. She then worked in the National Health Service (NHS) before moving to Canada in 2011. With more than seven years of experience working as a physiotherapist, she started as a fellow in hand therapy in a private clinic in BC for two years and became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2013.

Kavitha’s other interests in her free time include poetry, photography and travelling.

Neil Nijjar MPT, BHK, CAFCI


Neil Nijjar
Physiotherapist, Acupuncture, Concussion Management Provider, Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS)

Neil graduated from UBC with a Bachelor’s of Human Kinetics and a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy. With his strong background in exercise and functional rehabilitation, Neil has a special interest in sport-related injuries and has worked with both the New Westminster Hyacks football team and Sullivan Heights football team. In his practice, he works with a wide array of clients, ranging from athletes of all levels, to individuals just looking to optimize their health. Neil uses a mix of hands-on manual therapy techniques, along with promoting movement & corrective exercise in treating his patients. Currently, Neil holds his certificate in Chan Gunn IMS, along with his acupuncture certificate from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute, Level 2 Manual Therapy, and Mulligan Concept certifications. Neil is also a trained provider of the Shift Concussion Management Program, in which he offers baseline testing for athletes along with post-concussion care for all individuals.

When Neil is not working in the clinic he enjoys playing basketball and soccer, along with volunteering within the sports community. He also speaks Punjabi fluently.

Jayson Patel BSc.Kin,MPT

Jayson Patel

Jayson completed his Bachelors of Science in Kinesiology with distinction from Simon Fraser University, He then chose to further his education by earning a Masters degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia. Jayson’s treatment philosophy focuses on empowering individuals by improving their movement patterns and functional abilities utilizing a multi-modal treatment approach heavily based on manual therapy and corrective exercise prescription. He has experience working with individuals of all ages in a variety of clinical settings.   Jayson has a special interest in sports-related injuries and has previously worked with the Simon Fraser University Rugby Club as an athletic therapist. Jayson is a continuous learner and is committed to utilizing only the most up to date research and clinical evidence in his practice.

Outside of the clinic, Jayson enjoys playing soccer and golf, while also giving back to the local community by volunteering at local sporting events as well as charities such as Vancouver based, The Vanisha Foundation, a grassroots non-profit organization supporting the provision of medical services, equipment and treatment for children where medical funding may be limited or unavailable.

Jas Dhanoa BSc., MPT

Jas Dhanoa

Jas’ academic career began at Simon Fraser University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Physiology prior to completing his Master of Physical Therapy at the University of British Columbia.

Jas has always been interested in science and the human body.  When deciding what career path to choose, his own experiences rehabbing injuries led him to pursue physiotherapy. The various treatment techniques that he was exposed to during his rehabilitation and education career worked to develop his specific physiotherapy interests including manual therapy and IMS. Given this, Jas has completed his Orthopaedic Division Level 1 and is continuing to work through the levels to gain additional manual therapy skills, as well as beginning IMS training.

Jas has experience with various patient populations ranging from neurological conditions, hip and knee replacements, chronic pain as well as general orthopaedic conditions. This background of knowledge gives Jas the ability to work with a broad caseload of acute and chronic patients. His treatment relies on the use of hands-on manual skills coupled with education to empower patients to take an active role in their rehabilitation. Jas is also fluent in Punjabi.

Growing up in BC, Jas has a love for the outdoors which includes hiking, swimming and skiing fresh powder in Whistler or the Interior.

Tomoko Uchida B. OT

Tomoko Uchida B. OT, CHT

Tomoko Uchida
Occupational Therapist, Certified Hand Therapist

Tomoko graduated as an occupational therapist in 2007 from the University of Queensland in Australia. She worked at a large metropolitan hospital in Brisbane across a variety of areas, including brain injury, geriatric, cardiac rehabilitation and hand therapy. After moving to Canada in 2010, she continued working in hospital settings within Providence Health Care and currently works part-time at St. Paul’s. She is a member of the College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia and the Canadian Society of Hand Therapists (CSHT). Tomoko completed her hand therapy certification as part of the healthOne Fellowship training program in 2017.

In her spare time, Tomoko enjoys skiing, swimming, cooking and travelling.

Linda Warwick BSc(OT), CHT

Linda Warwick
Occupational Therapist, Certified Hand Therapist

Linda graduated as an Occupational Therapist from The University of Western Ontario in 1980 and became a Certified Hand Therapist (CHT) in 1998. Her former hand therapy experience includes the former WCB Rehabilitation Centre, various hospital settings and most recently the Jim Pattison Outpatient Centre in Surrey (JPOCSC). She co-developed the Hand Therapy program at JPOCSC, where she had the opportunity to work closely with the Centre’s surgeons.

Linda believes in empowering people with the understanding and techniques for improving their own hand and arm function.

Outside of work, Linda loves books, cooking, and walking her dog.

Cameron Van Oort MOT

Cameron Van Oort
Occupational Therapist, Hand Therapy Fellow

Cameron graduated from McMaster University with his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology, eventually going on to complete his Masters degree in Occupational Therapy from Western University in 2016. During his schooling, Cameron gained clinical experience at the Hand and Upper Limb Centre in London, Ontario and subsequently worked in private practice at the Hand and Upper Limb Clinic in Thunder Bay, Ontario. He also received his Masters in Kinesiology at University of Saskatchewan, developing an understanding of research.

Cameron has developed a passion for treating the upper limb and is always looking to advance his knowledge base. He currently holds his APTEI Advanced Upper Extremity Complex Certification and has gained various continuing education credits with regards to splinting, wound care and treatment of the upper extremity. He strongly believes that thorough and detailed patient education leads to optimal long-term outcomes and decreased recurrence of disease or injury.

Aside from work, Cameron enjoys being active outside in a variety of activities including climbing, tennis, squash, hockey and snowboarding.

Tari Haynes, RMT

Tari Haynes RMT

Tari Haynes
Registered Massage Therapist

Tari Haynes is a graduate from the New Westminster campus of West Coast College of Massage Therapy (WCCMT). Tari’s personal experiences cultivated a deep respect for healthcare professions and inspired her own career in a health and wellness capacity. During her schooling, Tari took advantage of the opportunity to practice in long-term healthcare facilities, allowing her to be exposed to a wide variety of chronic and debilitating conditions. Her training includes a range of techniques: trigger point therapy, fascial manipulation, joint mobilization, basic lymphatic drainage, and Swedish massage. Treatments are tailored to the unique needs of the client and include appropriate home advice and therapeutic exercises.

In her private life Tari enjoys activities such as hiking, jogging, recreational card games, dabbling in the culinary arts, and spending time with her cats Nemo and Dallas.

Kurtis Stromdahl B.Kin

Kurtis Stromdahl B.Kin

Kurtis Stromdahl
Kinesiologist & Return to Work Coordinator

Kurtis graduated from University of the Fraser Valley in 2015 with a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology. He is a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) and the Canadian Kineisology Alliance (CKA).  With his strong background in exercise and conditioning training, Kurtis is a believer in the benefits of teaching proper functional movements in rehabilitation. He applies these principles with patients and athletes alike.  He provides active therapy treatment for motor vehicle accidents and sports related injuries.  Kurtis is also currently working alongside the UFV men’s volleyball program as a strength and conditioning coach.

When Kurtis is not working in the clinic, you will likely find him staying active either on the volleyball court or in gym.

Gavin Hutton B.Kin

Gavin Hutton

Gavin graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia in 2017. Gavin is a practicing member with the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) and the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance (CKA).

Gavin’s interests surround active rehabilitation and injury prevention. Throughout his undergraduate, Gavin worked in multiple rehabilitation clinics and with Burnaby Lake Rugby Club as an athletic trainer. His work experience led him to work with numerous populations of varying abilities. Ultimately, Gavin believes every individual should be given a rehab program tailored to their unique injuries and goals. Gavin is always expanding his knowledge and skill set by continually pursuing higher education, treatment techniques and methods.

In his spare time, Gavin enjoys playing hockey, soccer, road biking and hiking.

Cameron Purdy B.Kin

Cameron Purdy

Cameron graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley in 2019. He is a practicing member with the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) and the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance (CKA). In the clinical setting, Cameron is most interested in active rehabilitation, injury prevention, and performance training. During his undergraduate degree, Cameron worked as an athletic trainer with Valley Huskers Football and has participated in research looking at how the body responds to physical activity.

Being an active person, Cameron is dedicated in helping others function optimally so that they may live life to its fullest. When working with his clients, Cameron believes in the benefit of teaching proper functional movements and aims to help individuals understand how gym-based exercises can translate to everyday activities.

Outside of work, Cameron is always expanding his knowledge and skill set by continually pursuing higher education and collaborating with other health care professionals. In his free time, Cameron enjoys hiking, playing recreational sports, and attending live music.

Danielle Kavin PhD., RCC

Danielle Kavin
Registered Clinical Counsellor

Danielle graduated with her Masters of Arts degree in Counselling Psychology from UBC in 2005. Currently, she is completing her PhD in Educational Psychology from SFU. Danielle is a Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC) with BC Association for Clinical Counsellors (Registration # 2544) for the past 13-years and has over 20-years’ experience working with children, youth and families in community and mental health settings. Danielle has post-graduate training in a variety of treatment methods including Client-Centered Therapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for anxiety and depression, Attachment training for parental education and coaching, Emotion Focused Family Therapy, EMDR, Solution-Focused Therapy, Narrative Therapy, and Mindfulness.

Danielle comes from a strength-based client-centered approach. She works to understand her clients from a holistic perspective using validation. Although Danielle strives to be non-judgmental, at times she gently challenges her clients in an attempt to encourage them to look at their difficulties on a deeper level.

To learn more about Danielle, visit her profile on Psychology Today: https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/therapists/danielle-kavin-mission-bc/447370

Beth Dohm

Beth Dohm
Physiotherapy Assistant

Beth is currently studying at the University of the Fraser Valley in her fourth year of the Kinesiology program. After completing her undergraduate degree, she hopes to continue her education and pursue a Masters in physiotherapy.

In her spare time, Beth enjoys camping, going to the gym and spending time with family & friends.

Charmaine Santiago

Charmaine Santiago
Physiotherapy Assistant

Charmaine is a licensed Physical Therapist in the Philippines and in Texas, USA. She graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy in the Philippines and currently pursing her transitioned Doctor of Physical Therapy program at Utica College, NY. She will also complete the licensure exam for Physical Therapy in Canada but right now she is still familiarizing herself with the Canadian health care system, hence her role at the clinic as a rehab assistant.

In her spare time, Charmaine enjoys watching Korean dramas and spending time with her family and friends.

Elijah Young

Elijah Young
Physiotherapy Assistant

Eli is currently studying Kinesiology at the University of the Fraser Valley. After completing his Bachelor’s degree, Eli plans to pursue a career in firefighting.

In his spare time, Eli enjoys playing basketball, football, road biking and playing sports with friends.


Administrative Staff
Sharon Bunn

Sharon Bunn

Sharon Bunn

Sharon joins healthOne having 30 years prior experience in managing patient accounts in dental and healthcare facilities. Her wealth of experience makes her our ‘expert’ regarding accounts receivable.

When not managing our accounts, Sharon can be found playing slo-pitch, golfing and hiking.

Kristina Laughlin

Kristina Laughlin

Kristina Laughlin
Assistant Clinical Director

Kristina was raised on Vancouver Island and moved to the Lower Mainland in 2005. She graduated from CDI College May 2008 with a Medical Office Assistant degree. She thrives on great customer service and always has a smile to greet you at the door. You’re likely to have a good chat with Kristina while at the clinic as she’s known to be strike up a conversation with anyone near the reception desk.

When she isn’t working, Kristina loves quality time with her son.

Laurel Paracy

Laurel Paracy
Mission Reception

Laurel graduated from Capilano University with her Diploma in Jazz Studies. Since 2013, she has been teaching piano, voice, guitar and uke privately. She has discovered a passion for administration work and with her experience at a large company, is hoping to bring all she has learned to benefit healthOne Physiotherapy.

In her spare time, Laurel performs with her local band, Thistle Dew.

Carly Surgin

Carly Surgin

Carly Surgin
Surrey Reception

Carly is no stranger to the world of physiotherapy – firstly as a patient for her own past injuries. Physiotherapy helped her to recover and now she’s thrilled to be the one helping others. She enjoys working together with patients and making their day just a little brighter. Carly has a customer service history, evident from her ability to connect with each patient and of course her infectious smile.

Outside of the office you can find Carly playing and cuddling with her cats, Cali & Marbles. She’s also a big music fan and loves to attend concerts for her favourite artists.

Tanya Fryer

Tanya Fryer

Tanya Fryer

Tanya moonlights at healthOne as our evening receptionist. How does she manage it all – Tanya is very organized and efficient! One of the Fryer family can always be found at the clinic. Tanya will always greet you with a smile and is happy to help.

When not at the clinic, she’s very busy helping Victoria with her Arabian horses.

Victoria Fryer

Victoria Fryer

Victoria Fryer

Victoria is at the start of her university schooling. Her four year program will eventually lead her into the field of nursing, where she will be an ER or surgical nurse.

Outside of her busy school schedule she competes with her two horses at Arabian competitions and has attended national and international competitions winning numerous awards in Horsemanship, Showmanship, Trail and Show Hack.


Shabna Bilmer

Shabna Bilmer
Medical Office Assistant

Shabna was raised in Vancouver. She graduated with an Honors Diploma from VCC & Sprott Shaw College in both Business Administration & as a Medical Administrative Assistant. She has over 15 years experience in the medical field including teaching various health care programs at private colleges in the Lower Mainland.

She enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors.

Chantal Mishler

Chantal Mishler
Reception / Physiotherapy Assistant

Chantal is no stranger to the medical field, with family ties in all areas of health care. Chantal plans to pursue a career in nursing, aiming to become a specialized registered nurse.

A proud mother of a 3 year old, Chantal enjoys spending her free time outdoors -preferably around animals and watching horror films.


Emilia Palma

Emilia Palma

Emilia is currently in her first year of the Nursing Track Program at the University of the Fraser Valley. After completing her Nursing Program, she will continue on to complete her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and specialize in geriatrics.

In her spare time, Emilia enjoys volunteering, being outdoors and spending time with family & friends.