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Jasdeep Gill, Registered Physiotherapist

Pelvic Health

Monday to Friday: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm (Vancouver)

Education
Master of Physical Therapy (MScPT) – University of British Columbia
Bachelors of Kinesiology (BKin) – University of Victoria

Certifications
Orthopedic Manual Therapy Level 1
Level 1: The Physical Therapy Approach to Female and Male Urinary Incontinence (Pelvic Health Solutions)
Level 2/3: Female and Male Pelvic Pain (Pelvic Health Solutions)

Through coaching high school sports as well as being a life-long athlete, Jasdeep understands the importance of injury prevention and an individualized rehabilitation program following an injury. Jasdeep uses a combination of manual therapy and therapeutic exercise to help her clients reach their movement-related goals. She believes in taking a client-centered and evidence-based treatment approach to ensure that clients are receiving the best possible care.

Outside of the clinic, you can always find Jasdeep playing a variety of sports such as ultimate frisbee, volleyball, and basketball; as well as hiking and planning her next travel adventure!

Languages
Jasdeep is also bilingual in English and conversational Punjabi.

Email: jasdeep@westcoastsci.com

How many years have you been a physiotherapist?

I’m actually a recent grad from UBC and it’s my first year out.

Can you tell us one interesting fact about you?

One interesting fact about myself is that I play competitive ultimate frisbee at my university before I graduated.

Why physiotherapy?

I went into physiotherapy because I really enjoy learning about the human body and I knew I always wanted to go into medicine to help people. So I combined the two and hoped that I would like it and I really enjoyed the schooling and all of my experiences so far.

Do you have an area of interest or specialization in physiotherapy?

An interest in physiotherapy that I have is Women’s Health, which includes pelvic floor therapy. I haven’t done any courses currently, however, I am looking to take a course in the next few months.

What’s one piece of advice you’d give to a new patient?

One piece of advice that I would give to a new patient is that if you’re having difficulty going back to work or going back to sports, and you’re feeling discomfort, whether that be pain or stiffness, anything like that, don’t normalize it. We can help and physiotherapy has been very effective for various things.