Who We Are

   We Are The Physical Rehabilitation Experts

Our dedicated team of therapists holds university degrees in Physiotherapy.  In addition, all of our clinicians have either completed, or are in the process of pursuing, specialty certifications in both orthopaedic manual therapy and acupuncture.  Our highly skilled and caring staff provides a combination of hands-on manual therapy, various therapeutic modalities, as well as a fitness-based approach to the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal injuries.  We utilize the most progressive treatment options and state-of-the-industry equipment to promote the best possible recovery.  Our approach is to treat the individual and not just the injury.  This means we do more than just simply alleviate your symptoms. We determine the cause of your condition and remedy it.

With a diverse background among our physiotherapists, we are able to provide treatment with secondary languages such as Punjabi, Hindi, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Japanese, and French to those patients who are unable to converse fluently in English.

Our physiotherapists share the common goal of returning patients to their optimum functional level following surgery or injury.   We provide treatments that are evidence based and customized to each client’s specific needs.  We take pride in our comprehensive clinical evaluations, knowledge of current therapeutic procedures, personalized patient care, and open communication with our referring physicians.  Our exceptional results have set us apart from other physiotherapy clinics.

Our Team

Yung Le

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture, Vestibular Rehabilitation


Yung Le is a physiotherapy graduate from the University of British Columbia (1995).  He is also a former clinical instructor at the School of Rehabilitation Sciences.  He holds extensive certifications from both the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.  He received his Diploma in Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy in 1999.  As a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Therapy (FCAMPT), Yung has completed extensive post-graduate education in the area of orthopaedics and has achieved internationally recognized qualifications in hands-on manual and manipulative therapy.  He has been using acupuncture, including intramuscular stimulation (IMS) to complement his practice since 1997.  His past work experience ranges from working in the acute care wards at the Royal Columbian Hospital to working at the Leslie R. Peterson Rehabilitation Center at the Workers’ Compensation Board.  Presently, he works full time in private practice and is the co-owner of RehabMAX Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic.


Chenxi Le


Physiotherapist, Acupuncture, Vestibular Rehabilitation


A physiotherapy graduate of the University of British Columbia since 1996, Chenxi Le also holds certification in medical acupuncture from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute.  In addition, she has pursued postgraduate training through the Canadian Orthopaedic Manual Therapy Division.  Chenxi’s past work experience includes working in the acute care wards at Saint Paul’s hospital as well as at the WCB’s Leslie R. Peterson Rehabilitation Centre for 7 years.  She is currently working part time at RehabMAX Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic.  Her clinical interests include the treatment of musculoskeletal imbalances and vestibular rehabilitation.  She is also the co-owner of RehabMAX Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic.



Yojana Das

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture, Vestibular Rehabilitation


Yojana Das graduated as a physiotherapist from the School of Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of British Columbia in 1994.  She is also certified by the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute to practice medical acupuncture.  Since graduation, Yojana has taken numerous postgraduate courses to upgrade her skills.  Her past work experience includes working at the Leslie. R. Peterson Rehabilitation Centre at the Workers’ Compensation Board for 8 years.  She joined the dynamic team at RehabMAX Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 2002.


Ann Harada

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture, Chan Gunn IMS certified


Ann enjoys treating patients of all ages and conditions.  She has worked in numerous environments from in hospital treatment, outpatient treatment, community based care, working with teams and private practice clinics. Her treatment approach focuses on finding the right balance of manual therapy, exercises, education and modalities/needling as appropriate to each individual. Ann also enjoys teaching and has helped teach with the Department of Physical Therapy at UBC, and has mentored fellow physiotherapists in the Orthopaedic Division´s manual therapy program.

Ann has also been active in the sports community working as a team physiotherapist for the Canadian Men´s Field Hockey program from 2003-2008 and as a national team member herself with the Canadian Women´s Field Hockey Team, competing in the 1997 Junior World Cup, 1998 Commonwealth Games and the 1999 Pan Am Games. She has also helped coach with the BC Provincial and Jr National team programs.


Sumen Singlasumen bio pic

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture

Sumen Singla PT, CAFCI

Registered Physiotherapist Sumen graduated from Rajiv Gandhi University, Bangalore with a Bachelors of Science in Physiotherapy (with Honours) in 2005 and has completed her Certificate of the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute in 2008.  Sumen has completed level 3 of her Orthopedic Division Manual therapy courses and is currently pursuing further studies In Osteopathy.  Sumen is a member of the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia, and Canadian Physiotherapy Association. 

As a physiotherapist Sumen works with a variety of clients and enjoys working with each person on an individual basis.  She has worked in acute care, community care and private practice.  She works with a large variety of injuries like WCB, MVA , Women’s health and Sports Injuries.  Sumen believes that each client needs a specialized treatment designed to meet their unique needs and works with her clients to help them through the healing process.



Param Bakshi

Physiotherapist, Acupuncture

B.Sc., M.P.T., M.C.P.A.,CAFCI

Param graduated with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy in 2011 from the University of British Columbia after completing his Bachelors in Cell Biology and Genetics.  He holds a certificate in medical acupuncture and is currently pursuing his orthopaedic manual and manipulative physiotherapy training through the Orthopaedic Division of Canada.  In addition to Param’s interest in the musculoskeletal system and movement mechanics, he has a keen interest in how other systems of human body are affected during pathology and injury.  This has led him to also pursue post-graduate courses in both visceral manipulation and neural manipulation through the Barral Institute.  He currently splits his time between the clinic and in the acute care setting at Royal Columbian Hospital.  As a result, he enjoys working with all types of clients of all ages varying in neurological and orthopaedic conditions at all stages of injury. 


Kirsten Featherstone

Registered Massage Therapist

Kirsten Featherstone, RMT, graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2016.  Her long standing interest in human anatomy and wellness has driven her to pursue a career in massage therapy.  Using a combination of physical assessment and hands-on soft tissue manipulation techniques such as, Fascial Release, Passive and Active Stretching, Swedish Massage, Trigger Point Release, and Joint Mobilization, allows her to create a unique, effective treatment plan for each individual client.  She strongly believes in informing the patient about how and why they are experiencing  discomfort, and letting them know how they can care for themselves and practice self-massage, sports massage, systemic and regional conditions, post-surgical rehabilitation, as well as knowledge of home exercises for the recovery of various injuries.