Meet the Team

  • Rony Khehra
    Dr. Rony Khehra, DC
    Chiropractor

    Vancouver-born Dr. Rony Khehra brings a wealth of experience to his chiropractic practice having treated patients for over 15 years. Dr. Khehra graduated from the University of British Columbia, and completed his Chiropractic doctorate and training at Palmer West Chiropractic College in California, USA.  His interest in chiropractic began after he was involved in a motor vehicle accident as a teenager and found that his injuries responded well to chiropractic care. 

    Dr. Khehra’s philosophy on chiropractic care is a whole-body wellness approach. Through thorough assessments and necessary treatments, he makes efforts to identify the cause of the pain and not just treat the symptoms. He educates his patients on exercise and nutrition so that they can make informed decisions about their health. 

    He strives to provide his clients with the best in Chiropractic care and treats a variety of conditions including: neck/back pain, sports injuries, motor vehicle accidents and general maintenance. 

  • Barha
    Gavin Barha, PT
    Physiotherapist

    Gavin grew up playing ice hockey and throughout his career, he faced many injuries which led him to physiotherapy treatments. With the use of physiotherapy, he was able to treat his injuries and get back on the ice as well as learn preventative measures and increase his knowledge of how the human body works in order to maximize his own strength and endurance. It was from those experiences that he decided to pursue a career in physiotherapy so that he could help others recover from their injuries and improve their quality of life.

    His approach to treatment includes both active and hands-on treatment alongside therapeutic exercise.

    Gavin graduated from SFU with a Bachelor’s in Health Science. He then moved to England to complete his Physiotherapy Degree from the University of Nottingham. He is fluent in both English and Punjabi. 

    In his free time, he enjoys traveling, working out and playing sports! 

  • Dustin Fernandes
    Dustin Fernandes, RMT
    Registered Massage Therapist

    Dustin Fernandes graduated from the Registered Massage Therapy Program at West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 2008. His passion for helping people began at a young age after he was involved in a major motor vehicle accident. The one treatment that helped him the most was Massage Therapy. Following his recovery he knew he wanted to help people recover from their injuries by becoming a Massage Therapist.

    Dustin treats his patients by assessing the body as a whole in order to achieve the best results. He treats every patient's needs individually and creates a specific plan to achieve their goals. Dustin uses a variety of techniques some including trigger point release, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, and joint mobilization. 

    He treats patients with a variety of conditions/injuries including, motor vehicle accidents, whiplash, sports-related injuries, multiple sclerosis, temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ), neck/shoulder/back pain, disc issues, headaches, carpal tunnel, and sciatica.

    In his spare time Dustin enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and kids, whether it be camping, hiking or biking. He also has a passion for food, cooking, and travel. 

  • Murray Howes
    Murrey Howes, RMT
    Registered Massage Therapist

    Murray’s interest in becoming an RMT came from his athletic background where he personally experienced how massage therapy can help people to recover from injury and assist them with their training.

    Murray was a teacher for 24 years and owned and operated his own gym facility. As a personal trainer, he often referred clients for manual therapy such as Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, and Massage Therapy. Massage Therapy proved to be the treatment of choice for most clients. Murray chose Massage Therapy because of his curiosity to learn more about how the body works.

    Murray’s goal is to promote exceptional care and encourage patients to be proactive in their health care. Through regular treatments, exercise, body awareness, and education, Murray would like to encourage healthy lifestyles.

    Murray has a holistic approach to treatment. Some of the techniques he will employ are Swedish, Trigger Point release, fascial and myofascial release, muscle energy techniques, PNF stretching, and strengthening.

  • matthew petrie
    Matthew Petrie, RMT
    Registered Massage Therapist

    Matthew graduated from Vancouver Career College from a 3,000-hour massage therapy program in 2018. He is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia along with the Registered Massage Therapist's Association of BC.

    As a young kid, he always stayed active by playing ice hockey and soccer, and would frequently get injured. This is where his interest in helping others began. Initially, he thought he could achieve this by becoming a paramedic, but later on realized his passion was better suited for massage therapy. Matthew received his Emergency Medical Response license from the Justice Institute of B.C. and volunteered as a first aid attendant.

    Matthew likes to focus on, but is not limited to trigger point release, muscle energy techniques, fascial release, and joint mobilizations. When it comes to Matthew's practice, he believes in a thorough assessment of the patient's symptoms to help create a balanced treatment within their comfort level, to achieve optimal results. Matthew is looking to expand his skills and knowledge in cranio-sacral therapy, as well as visceral manipulation techniques.

    In his spare time, Matthew enjoys getting away from the busy city by going on hikes and camping outdoors. He also continues to play hockey recreationally in season to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 

  • Loy
    Loy Rattana, RMT
    Registered Massage Therapist

    Loy graduated from the 3,000-hour program at CDI South Surrey in 2017. She has always been interested in working in a career where she could help others. She believes that change starts with knowledge and encouraging a healthy lifestyle which empowers a client to make their own decisions and create change in aiding them through their healing process. During the massage therapy program, she had the opportunity to attend the cadaver course which furthered her interest in anatomy, being able to learn from unique vessels which were donated to science gave her an appreciation for anatomical variations of the human body.

    In her practice, Loy's treatment styles include Swedish massage techniques, myofascial release, trigger point release, joint mobilizations, breathing exercises, and muscle energy techniques. She always works within the patient's tolerance and is intent with her pressure and modalities, she is focused on tailoring the proper treatment and goals for each patient. 

    Loy would like to expand her knowledge in relation to fascial stretch therapy and visceral manipulation and plans to further her education by taking the Bachelor of Health Science program at Thompson River University.

    On weekends, she enjoys cooking new recipes in the kitchen, reading, going for hikes with friends to enjoy nature, or breaking a sweat at the gym. 

  • carolyn schmidt
    Carolyn Schmidt, RMT
    Registered Massage Therapist

    I believe that creating an exceptional life requires a foundation of gentle care and comfort from which work, creativity, and effort can flow. 

    My trauma-informed, and gentle (but firm) approach, to relieving tension and pain patterns allows for the investigation of hard-to-resolve or chronic conditions in a way that respects your body’s limits.

    As someone who made a significant career pivot, I know what it’s like to put your body’s comfort on hold while you achieve your goals. This is just one of the reasons why I love helping people re-fill their cup. 

    My treatments blend the relaxing Swedish massage style we have all come to love with release techniques for difficult or persistent sore spots. I also enjoy helping patients stretch those tight areas they just can’t reach on their own. In my practice, I work with patients to get curious about ongoing or stubborn discomfort so we can create meaningful change through realistic home care plans. I meet patients where they are at on any given day.

    Serving my community as a registered massage therapist is really a dream come true. Langley isn’t just where I work, it’s home to three generations of my family.
    I am a busy mom to two awesome kids a dog, a hamster, three swishy fish, and a cat that thinks she’s a dog. I love nature and spent much of my early career filming wildlife in remote areas of Canada. I love horseback riding, yoga, and spending time on the water in my kayak.

    I am always happy to welcome new patients into my practice.

  • jonas liu
    Jonas Liu R.TCM.P.
    Acupuncturist

    Jonas Liu (Registered Acupuncturist and Herbalist) has a passion for helping patients who are suffering from the following health conditions: neck and shoulder pain, lower back pain, frozen shoulder, sciatica, tennis elbow, muscle stiffness, headaches, Bell’s palsy, paralysis, allergies, eczema, depression, insomnia, respiratory diseases, digestive disorders, autoimmune disorders, infertility, and women’s health problems.

    With his excellent skills of acupuncture, moxa, cupping, GuaSha, TuiNa, and herbal medicine therapy, he is not only able to restore your bodily functions, but also maintain your beauty and fitness.

Hours of Operation

Monday

8:00 am - 8:15 pm

Tuesday

8:00 am - 8:15 pm

Wednesday

8:00 am - 8:15 pm

Thursday

8:00 am - 8:15 pm

Friday

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Saturday

9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Sunday

Closed

Monday
8:00 am - 8:15 pm
Tuesday
8:00 am - 8:15 pm
Wednesday
8:00 am - 8:15 pm
Thursday
8:00 am - 8:15 pm
Friday
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sunday
Closed

Location

chiropractic spine

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