Meet Our Team
Our staff is dedicated to meeting your needs and providing service above-and-beyond your expectations! Get to know our team and come to see us soon!
Sushil founded Salius Rehab Inc. in 2009 with a strong focus on the wellbeing of the clients he cared for. He is a compassionate and dedicated Physical Therapist and Medical Doctor. Sushil focuses most of his practice in working with Geriatrics and improving health outcomes in restorative care. He is now completing his specialty training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Louisville.
Sumen Singla-Goyal completed her Bachelor’s degree in Physical therapy in 2005. She has been actively practicing in the lower mainland since. While practicing for over 10 year, Sumen has always been interested in all the intricate details of the body and its physiology. In 2008, Sumen certified in acupuncture with the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. Intrigued by the holistic approach, she completed her 5 year program in Osteopathic Manual Therapy from the Canadian College of Osteopathy, Vancouver and defended her Thesis in 2016.
From a young age, Sonia has been an active athlete and interested in how the human body works, this led her to complete her Bachelors of Physiotherapy and specialize in Orthopedics and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy by completing her Masters at the University of Pittsburgh. Throughout her career, Sonia has worked in a variety of settings including acute care, rehabilitation hospitals, residential care facilities and private physiotherapy clinics. Sonia has completed post-graduate training in Vestibular and Concussion rehabilitation as well as orthopaedics hands-on manual therapy. She has a special interest in post operative rehabilitation and geriatric rehabilitation.
Nimrat is a Registered Physiotherapist in Canada and Member of Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She is practicing physiotherapy for past 8 years. She has experience treating orthopedic, musculoskeletal impairments and sports injuries for almost 8 years. Currently, she is pursuing her post-graduate training in the diploma of advanced manual and manipulative therapy. Her other certification includes Dry Needling/ IMS, Fascial Movement Taping (FMT) and Mat Pilates.
Wren has been practicing as a Physiotherapist for 20 years. He graduated his program in 1997. Wren has traveled and worked as a Physiotherapist in India, Maldives and the Middle East as clinical PT and Instructor. He has Also works as a preceptor to UBC students. Wren believes in hands on therapy & Exercises prescription. His versatile background and wide range of experience allows him to comfortably treat various conditions.
When he is not working you can find him enjoying his family, traveling, music, gardening and collecting antiques.
Andrea is an experienced Physiotherapist working mainly with a geriatric population. She completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy from the Macquarie University in Sydney, Australia and has worked in a variety of settings including acute care, outpatient care, private and residential long term care. She speaks fluent English and Cantonese.
When Andrea isn’t working, she enjoys playing volley-ball and pilates.
Amandeep has been working as an Interim Physiotherapist since May 2017. After completing her General Science degree at the University of British Columbia in 2012, she went onto pursue Physiotherapy at Brunel University London, United Kingdom. Since then, she has worked in clinic as well as in the long term care division to provide rehabilitation for the elderly. Amandeep enjoys taking a collaborative, hands-on approach with her patients to see the changes physiotherapy can bring to their lives. She loves the overall healthy lifestyle that physiotherapy promotes and the dynamic practice environment.
When she’s not working, Amandeep enjoys spending time with her family and friends, going on hikes in our beautiful city of Vancouver, and traveling.
Farrah graduated with a Bachelor in Kinesiology with a concentration in Sport Performance in 2017. She joined Salius Rehab Inc. as a kinesiologist in July 2017. Her experiences, passion for exercise and physical activity, and participation in sports, have been the catalyst for her studies in kinesiology and career in active rehabilitation. She specializes in providing active rehab in the clinic, gym, and pool settings to clients.
When Farrah is not working, she spends time with her family and friends and enjoys playing hockey, badminton, and basketball.
My name is Esha Shoker, I am a Registered Clinical Counsellor with BCACC and I am thrilled to be joining the team at Salius Physiotherapy. I completed my MA in Counselling Psychology from City University. I decided to pursue a career in counselling as I felt it was the best way for me to help others.
When life gets complicated, we tend to feel overwhelmed. When we start to feel overwhelmed, it can become difficult to deal with feeling alone. We go through challenges in life and sometimes these challenges take a strain on our well-being. This causes us to feel helpless and unsure of what to do or who to turn to. With our everchanging and fast-paced lives, it is tough to take a break for ourselves and better understand what and why we are feeling a certain way. As a therapist my goal is to Help you untangle your thoughts and emotions so you can feel & think clearly again.
Health and Wellness is not simply measured by what one eats or how much one exercises. Good health is also measured by what one is thinking and feeling. Expressing our thoughts and feelings is a way to organize the chaos inside our minds and heart. Simply speaking, talking cures.
My therapeutic approach is tailored to your needs. As each person comes from diverse backgrounds, as your counsellor I ensure I take all aspects into account throughout our rehabilitation. My goal is to support you through your trials and tribulations and help you stand within your own truth or experience. I offer many different platforms for therapy services, session can be done in person at one of our Salius locations, however, I understand face-to-face therapy can be challenging with the world today. If you are comfortable, sessions can be arranged through secure and encrypted video/phone conferencing.