Your Team Members | In one word … “EXCEPTIONAL”.
Dr. Sukh Mann, BSc, RMT, DC
Registered Massage Therapist
Dr. Sukh Mann, BSc, RMT, DCRegistered Massage Therapist
- Dr. Mann is one of the only practitioners in BC who is both a Licensed Chiropractor and a Registered Massage Therapist. He is also a fully certified A.R.T. Practitioner. Passionate about sports treatment, he has worked at many sporting events such as the Vancouver 2010 Olympics and Paralympics, Pan Am Games, World Ironman Championships Canada, and the Vancouver International Marathon. Dr. Mann travels internationally with Rowing Canada Aviron Team, and is currently working with the Vancouver Whitecaps as a RMT, and the BC Lions as their Chiropractor.
- A good patient for Dr. Mann is someone who suffers from repetitive overuse injuries and aches or pains that they have not had optimal results from other therapies.
- An avid hockey player, Dr. Mann also stays active in golf, running, and many other recreational activities.
Adryon Hutton, RMT, SMT (cc)
Registered Massage Therapist
Adryon Hutton, RMT, SMT (cc)Registered Massage Therapist
A practitioner at Legacies Health Centre since 2006, Adryon is now a partner and co-owner of the company.
Adryon has a passion for sports and biomechanics and strives to assess movement to arrive at the root cause of pain and dysfunction.
Her passion for sports has led her to be involved as a team therapist for Triathlon New Zealand, MLS Whitecaps, Rugby sevens England and the New Zealand All Blacks, and a Team Lead for the BC Lions since 2006.
Her volunteer work has included the ITU World Cup and Championship in Vancouver, World Police and Fire Games, 2010 Winter Olympics, PGA tournaments and local amateur competitions and events in golf, soccer, gymnastics and triathlon events.
Adryon also takes an active role in her profession serving on the board of the CSMTA (Canadian Sports Massage Therapy Association) and being an inaugural therapist in the Sport Professional Practice Group through RMTBC and SportMedBC which assists the Massage Therapy Profession progress towards specialization in Sport.
Adryon proudly speaks at the colleges to inspire future RMT Graduates into a sports and orthopedically-centred practice.
Oscar Lam, BKin
Oscar Lam, BKinKinesiologist
Oscar is a graduate of the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s Degree of Kinesiology. As an avid athlete who has faced many injuries himself, Oscar is keen and excited to help anyone with their recovery process through the active rehabilitation program at Legacies Health Centre.
“I love being able to help patients return to doing the things they love to do (or have to do) so that they can carry on with their daily lives without worrying about pain.” – Oscar Lam
Oscar enjoys playing, watching, and learning about all sports, especially hockey and ultimate. He also spends his spare time building puzzles and jamming on musical instruments.
Kyle Enns, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
Kyle Enns, RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
Kyle is a recent graduate of the 3000 hour RMT program from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in New Westminster. Before entering Massage Therapy School, he did 2 years of the Bachelor of Science Program at The University of British Columbia in Vancouver. Kyle will soon be beginning his Bachelor of Health Science Degree from Thompson Rivers University. He is also currently working on his Sports Massage Therapist Certification and is also interested in further educating himself in Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation.
Kyle has grown up playing various sports throughout his life; including hockey, soccer, baseball and volleyball. Through these experiences he has dealt with different injuries and surgeries, making him very familiar with the rehabilitation process so patients can return back to sports and their everyday lives. From these experiences, he has learned and gained many insights to better rehabilitate athletic patients.
Some of the sports/teams Kyle has worked with are:
- Canada Young Wolverines Rugby
- BC Lions Football Club
- Hamilton Tiger-Cats Football Club (2014 Grey Cup)
- 2015 Canada Winter Games
- Vancouver Giants Hockey Club
- Abbotsford Heat Hockey Club
Kyle is currently the RMT for the Vancouver Giants and is working with a team of RMTs at LEGACIES with the BC Lions.
He has gained experience through work and school in treating patients of all ages with many different medical conditions, including but not limited to; multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s disease, osteoporosis and arthritis.
Kyle is a very well-rounded therapist and he has a variety of techniques he uses to help regain range of motion, increase tissue mobility and help return to optimal, pain-free function for his many different patients.
Paul Jassal, BKin
Paul Jassal, BKinKinesiologist
Paul is a graduate from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s of Kinesiology degree.
“I am excited to apply my knowledge in injury rehabilitation with my passion to help people recover and return to normal life.” Paul Jassal
Paul is determined to provide all patients with the best possible care through our ICBC Active Rehabilitation Program at LEGACIES.
Marie Williams, BSc (Kin)
Marie Williams, BSc (Kin)Kinesiologist
Marie graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science majoring in Kinesiology from the Utah Valley University, where she competed on a Division 1 Softball Scholarship.
The impact of sports related injuries originally pushed her into the field of Kinesiology; however she enjoys working with individuals of all abilities.
“My main goal is not only to see you improve and recover, but also teach you the skills necessary to continue an independent program confidently.” – Marie Williams
Harp Kular, BSc (Kin), MPT
Harp Kular, BSc (Kin), MPTPhysiotherapist
Harp Kular completed his Master’s degree in Physical Therapy (MPT) from the University of British Columbia, after graduating from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Kinesiology (BSc Kin). He is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and the Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia. Harp has been involved in recreational sports throughout his life playing soccer, basketball, and hockey.
“My passion for physical rehabilitation originates from my own experiences as a patient recovering from various physical injuries. I understand the impact of injury on quality of life and I focus my treatment model on pain alleviation and functional restoration at all levels of impairment.” – Harp Kular
Harp’s treatment approach includes a variety of skilled and specific manipulative therapy techniques such as soft-tissue release and joint mobilization/manipulation to improve musculoskeletal pain and disability. He values the combined effects of manual therapy and exercise prescription in assisting patients to reach their peak functional capabilities.
Harp has extensive experience working with patients of all ages and treats a variety of injuries such as motor-vehicle accidents, sports injuries, workplace injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation, chronic bio-mechanical abnormalities, and postural dysfunction. Harp is currently pursuing post-graduate specialty training and working towards completing his Diploma of Advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy.
Peter Cavalli, B.H.K., MPT
Physiotherapist & Kinesiologist
Peter Cavalli, B.H.K., MPTPhysiotherapist & Kinesiologist
Peter is a recent Master’s of Physical Therapy graduate from the University of British Columbia, and has a Bachelor’s of Human Kinetics with a focus in Kinesiology from Trinity Western University.
Peter’s treatment approach includes manual therapy and individualized exercise prescription to alleviate current symptoms and address the underlying cause.
“I believe understanding “why” the injury has occurred and learning how to prevent it from occurring again is crucial in patient care.” – Peter Cavalli
Before beginning his Master’s of Physical Therapy Peter worked as a Personal Trainer and Kinesiologist. Peter has been involved in sports since a young age, having played B.C. community football from age 10-18.
Peter has completed his Level 1 through the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and plans to obtain more advanced manual therapy skills in the near future. Peter also plans to become certified in IMS dry needling.
Dana Bloomquist, BKin, DC, ART (cert)
Dana Bloomquist, BKin, DC, ART (cert)Chiropractor
Dr. Dana Bloomquist has always had a passion for leading an active lifestyle. Horseback riding injuries led her to try out chiropractic care in her teens, which inspired her to pursue a career in the field. She graduated with honours from Palmer College of Chiropractic West, in San Jose, California, after completing a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley, in Abbotsford, BC. She is certified in Active Release Technique (ART), Functional and Kinetic Treatment with Rehabilitation (FAKTR), Functional Movement Screening (FMS) and Functional Movement Taping (FMT).
“I believe in implementing an active, patient-centered approach in determining the root of the problem and by identifying ways to decrease problem repetition.” – Dana Bloomquist
Dana strives to help patients to not just live day-to-day, but for them to thrive and live optimally. Treatments include integrating soft-tissue techniques with joint mobilizations, and healthy living education.
Caolan Teasdale, DC, ART (cert), CPGA
Caolan Teasdale, DC, ART (cert), CPGAChiropractor
Dr. Teasdale studied Kinesiology and Health Science at Simon Fraser University before attending the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto, Ontario where he obtained his Doctorate of Chiropractic in June 2013. Prior to his Chiropractic career he was a CPGA Golf Professional at Angus Glen Golf Club & Bayview Golf and Country Club.
Caolan has extensive experience working with individuals of all ages and treating numerous sports related conditions. He was drawn to the field of Chiropractic after a shoulder and neck injury limited his golf career, but has since made a full recovery thanks to Chiropractic care and numerous other modalities.
Certified in A.R.T, Graston, Caolan is also a Titleist Performance Institute Practitioner.
“I believe that clear communication, patient education and being empowered are monumental towards achieving one’s healthiest life.” – Caolan Teasdale
Outside of Chiropractic , Dr. Teasdale serves as Assistant Golf Professional at Westwood Plateau Golf and Country club in Coquitlam.
Mehrdad Torkaman, ND
Mehrdad Torkaman, NDNaturopath
Dr. Torkaman is a Naturopath Physician with a medical background as a Medical Doctor (MD) from Iran. He strongly believes in the Integrative Medicine approach and his long-term training and practice in both western medicine and natural medicine is the key to manage and address his patient needs.
“I take a holistic approach to treatment, where I treat the whole person, not only the symptoms, and create an individualized and balanced plan for every patient, specific to your health needs.” – Mehrdad Torkaman
Dr. Torkaman uses a variety of diagnostic and treatment tools, such as routine physical and lab exam, Naturopathy Tests, Clinical Nutrition, Diet, Herbs, Hand Treatments, Acupuncture, Supplement/Medication, Supportive and Therapeutic Injection (Inter Muscular & Inter Venous) and Body & Mind Exercise.
Dr. Torkaman is currently accepting new patients at our Southpoint location.
Ryan Abreau, B.A. (Kin), RMT, SMT(cc)
Registered Massage Therapist
Ryan Abreau, B.A. (Kin), RMT, SMT(cc)Registered Massage Therapist
Ryan Abreu has been practicing as a Registered Massage Therapist since 2013. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology from the University of Western Ontario and completed his Massage Therapy program at Sutherland Chan School & Teaching Clinic in 2012. He practiced in Ontario for 2 years before moving his practice to B.C.
“My goal as a Massage Therapist is to help keep active people pain free, so that you can do the activities you love to do, to the best of your ability.” – Ryan Abreau
Ryan believes in the importance of a treatment plan based on assessment for the fastest recovery, injury prevention, and overall mental and physical health.
Having a passion for athletics and exercise, Ryan comes from over 20 years of experience in Taekwondo. He has a 4th degree black belt and has competed and coached at the National level and trained both recreational students and high-performance athletes. He understands the effects of overtraining and likes to help clients prevent mental and physical burnout through manual therapy.
Rahim Valli, RMT
Registered Massage Therapist
Rahim Valli, RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
Rahim is a registered massage therapist (RMT) with advanced training in cranio-sacral therapy approaches. He treats a variety of conditions, including: neck & jaw pain, anxiety & stress, headaches & migraines, shoulder & back pain/injuries, post-surgery & post-accident recovery, among other aches and pains.
“I enjoy working with people of all ages who are seeking relief from nagging pain and discomfort. I take a gentle approach to treatment but can create massive improvements with my targeted treatments.” –Rahim Valli
Rahim utilizes treatment techniques from Cranio-sacral Therapy, Myofascial Release, Joint Mobilization, Muscle Energy, and Trigger Point Therapy to restore normal body function and relief of pain.