An excellent education, a wealth of experience and an analytical mindset are the qualities that distinguish Param Singh as a physiotherapist and clinic owner.
He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Therapy in 2012 and spent the next year working within the hospital system in Northern India to develop a broad understanding of diverse areas such as stroke rehabilitation, acute care orthopedics and medicine, Intensive Care Unit challenges, geriatrics and sports injury rehabilitation.
Since 2015, he continually advances his knowledge base with ongoing coursework in dry needling, acupuncture, manual therapy, laser therapy, vestibular rehabilitation, and whiplash injury management.
He obtained multiple levels of certification in a variety of laser therapy courses including BioFlex and K-Laser USA.
He earned his Acupuncture Level 1 credentials from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. His manual therapy courses included Mulligan Techniques and the level orthopedic courses organized by the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
In his approach to his practice, Param’s focus is unwaveringly on the needs of patients. He helps each person set reachable goals and gives them guidance on achieving them.
He has found that he achieves the best outcomes when treatment focuses on education and exercise, and often augmented by manual therapy, dry needling and acupuncture.
It’s often said that active people make the best physiotherapists and Param is highly qualified in that regard. He grew up focused on team sports, especially polo, volleyball and cricket.
When it comes to working with clients, Param is thorough and engaged. He rises to difficult diagnostic challenges and has great success in treating chronic stiff necks, shoulder injuries, trochanteric bursitis and iliotibial (IT) band syndrome.
While he considers himself a generalist at heart, his sport background helps him be particularly effective in patients suffering from shoulder, back or neck injuries.