Reshma Mehta
Physiotherapist

Reshma Mehta is an award-winning Physiotherapist and Burnaby’s leading back pain specialist and arthritis expert. She provides 1-on-1 private sessions to help you recover from illness, injury, and chronic disease.

In 2003, she completed her bachelor’s degree in physiotherapy and later pursued a master’s degree in musculoskeletal sciences in Mumbai, India.

She has taken courses in manual therapy and is a certified Mulligan practitioner. A relatively new method of treatment, the Mulligan Concept helps correct altered joint mechanics by mobilizing them during movement. This treatment can be applied to a variety of joints including the shoulder, elbow, hand, hip, knee, ankle, and all spinal joints. With Reshma’s effective skills, her patients have been successful in regaining joint mobility, correcting positional faults in joints, and managing pain in a short amount of time.

With an interest in neurology, Reshma has also finished several workshops in neuro-developmental techniques and motor control, adding to her extensive list of skills and specialties.

Education and promoting independence are important to her. That’s why she’s happy to give you advice on everything from good ergonomics and pain reduction to information on any condition and the effects of posture. She also provides her patients with tailored exercise programs designed to prevent future recurrences and encourages them to complete them at home.

Reshma is fluent in English, Hindi, Gujarati, and Marathi. Outside of work, she enjoys cooking and listening to music.

Proudly part of:

Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia

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At your discovery visit, she will answer any questions, discuss symptoms and health concerns, and go over treatment options. This no-obligation discovery visit is a great way to see how physiotherapy can transform your life and lets you find out which treatments are right for you.

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