Jaffy Malagar is Internationally Educated Physiotherapist, graduated with a Bachelors degree in Physical Therapy, 1999. He has practiced as a licensed Physical Therapist in the Philippines as well as in Kuwait (2007-2012) before moving to Canada to become a Registered Physiotherapist.
Nansy Dhingra is a licensed physical therapist in British Columbia with the Masters of Physiotherapy in Neurology. After completing her graduation in 2007, she worked in both the hospital and the private settings gaining invaluable experience working with the patients with the Whiplash injuries(WAD), Repetitive strains, Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Post-op rehab, Stroke rehab, Neurological disorders and Chronic pain. She is also taking patients covering ICBC, WCB, private insurance and MSP.
Carol graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy and completed her Doctor of Medicine degree in 2006. She has practiced as General Practitioner in the Philippines prior to settling in Canada. Carol's skill and experience as GP is an asset that she brings to Guildford Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic. Her approach is providing client-centered treatment to educate and attain the functional goal of the patient. She enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and picnic during her spare time.
Varinder Puri is internationally educated Physiotherapist and holds a Masters degree in Physiotherapy (Musculoskeletal) from India .He has over 7 years of experience and he worked in hospital, Clinic and as a Assistant Professor in a Physiotherapy College. His treatment approach involves exercise prescription, Joint and soft tissue mobilization/myofascial release, patient education, correction of posture and movement patterns. He has a very caring nature towards clients and he pushes himself to bring the best out of his clients. He is an avid learner and gets involved in learning new techniques which he can use for his client’s betterment. He speaks fluent English, Punjabi and Hindi.
Tony graduated from Masters of Physical Therapy at University of BC in 2011. He has completed several postgraduate courses including Acupuncture training (CAFCI), Dr. Ma’s Integrated Dry Needling, Level two Diploma in Manual and Manipulative Therapy, John Barnes and Stecco's myofascial release courses.During treatment, Tony likes to provide care taking into account the whole person combining western and eastern points of view. He utilizes manual therapy, acupuncture/dry needling, and therapeutic exercise to help clients recover and maximize optimal functions. In his spare time, Tony contributed his knowledge and expertise to local community. He was volunteered in a number of local sports events and was invited by FairChild radio (FM 96.1 Hz) and hosted two programs in March 2015 to promote active lifestyle, injury prevention and physiotherapy services. Also, Tony enjoys badminton, snowboarding, table tennis, hiking, travelling and the most important to spend time with his 6-month-old little man at home. Tony is also fluent in Mandarin.