Bodhi, an RMT at painPRO’s Surrey Memorial Location –  listens to patients in an effort to better understand how their circumstances and daily activities of life may be impacting their current condition. Through an analysis and assessment of his patient’s condition, Bodhi focuses first on the areas that can be treated most quickly and effectively. He makes sure that patients understand the current research concerning their condition. Then, he gives clear direction and guidance as to particular exercises which best alleviate their distress as well as other aspects of home care to help speed recovery.

Bodhi brings over 20 years of professional clinical and research experience. His clinical experience is wide-ranging and involves being a part of a multidisciplinary team in a rehabilitation hospital, serving as an independent assessor, performing Medical and Rehabilitation Assessments, as well as working with professional and amateur athletes.

Besides his work at NSMT, Bodhi directs research in the field internationally, authors studies, reviews his peers for professional journals and grant review panels and maintains a busy part-time private practice. He has both developed and taught curriculum as a faculty member in massage therapy programs in BC and Ontario.

At present Bodhi is the research department director for the Massage Therapists’ Association of British Columbia (MTABC). He is a past vice-president and board member of MTABC and served on various committees.


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