One of the most powerful and positive things about this job is being able to tell clients, ‘you don’t have to be in pain, or lack strength, or limit your movement – I can help.’ I’m not here just to give you temporary relief and send you home, I’m here to get to the source of your problem.Harsharn Gill, BSc (Hons), MPT, Acupuncture (CAFCI), CGIMS

Hours

Monday 12:00 – 6:00
Wednesday 12:00 – 6:00
Friday 8:00 – 6:00

To book an appointment with Harsharn, please contact our office or use the online booking form.

About Harsharn

After graduating from the University of Western Ontario in 2011 with a Masters in Physiotherapy, Harsharn began her career at a clinic in Brampton, Ontario. There, she quickly discovered that her favourite part of her job – besides fixing bodies – was connecting with the clients she saw every day.

“In this job, you have to be able to put people at ease because they need to trust you and feel safe. Successful physiotherapy is a collaborative effort – I learn from my clients, just as they learn from me.”

During her time in Ontario, Harsharn honed her manual therapy and exercise prescription skills with additional coursework. In 2013, she became certified in Acupuncture through the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. In February 2017, Harsharn completed her training and certification in Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) at the University of British Columbia. “My mentors in Ontario had great needling skills. It gave them another very effective tool for helping people and I wanted to be able to offer that.”

Harsharn’s interest in a wide range of treatments was one of the reasons she chose to work at Jericho Physio after moving to Vancouver in 2016. “I’m excited about collaborating with the team and learning more about their specialty services. I also like the fact that, at Jericho, we have the time to be ‘present’ with our clients one-on-one, instead of trying to treat several patients at once. It gives me time to really listen to a client and get to the source of their problem.”

When she’s not treating patients, Harsharn takes advantage of the west coast lifestyle: hiking, jogging and, when it’s raining, curling up with a good book.