Rickey Singh Physiotherapist

Rickey Singh, Registered Physiotherapist

Individualized Running Program – Running Analysis, Gait Analysis
ICBC & WorkSafeBC

Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm (Port Coquitlam)

Education
Masters of Physiotherapy (MSc PT) – Robert Gordon University
Bachelors of Kinesiology (BKin) – University of British Columbia

College of Physiotherapy Number
10463

Rickey has been working in physical rehabilitation for 7 years, until he decided to take the next step in his career and become a Physiotherapist. In 2019, he graduated from Scotland and realized that Vancouver is his home. With his background in kinesiology, Rickey tries to focus on incorporating functional exercises and strengthening to help achieve his patient’s goals. In conjunction, he likes to use manual therapy techniques to reduce pain. In his free time, Rickey loves to weight train, and is very passionate about Vancouver’s music scene.

Languages
Rickey also speaks conversational Punjabi.

Email: rickey@westcoastsci.com

Click here to see Services that Rickey offers
Active release technique Joint injuries therapy Postural reeducation
Athletic Therapy Loss of balance therapy Pre-surgical rehabilitation
Back injury therapy Manual therapy Rehabilitation exercise
Back pain therapy Massage therapy Shoulder care
Biomechanical evaluation Muscle activation techniques (MAT) Sport injury physiotherapy treatment
Concussion management Muscle injuries therapy Tendinitis treatment
Functional rehabilitation Peripheral nerve injury therapy Vestibular rehabilitation
Gait analysis and training Post-surgical rehabilitation Virtual physiotherapy consultation

What do you like to do in your free time?

In my free time. I really like to go to the gym and I competed in mixed martial arts for 20 years prior. I’m also a professional juggler. Actually that might be a lie..

What kind of physiotherapy do you do?

Currently, I’m working with a wide variety of patients. I find that I really enjoy working with patients that have suffered a concussion. I find that it takes a lot of collaboration between myself and the patient to really optimize their rehabilitation. And so I find that connection makes me quite happy.

Why did you choose physiotherapy?

I chose physiotherapy because initially I had a sporting background with mixed martial arts. I always was injured and physiotherapy was the one form of treatment that always helped me get back to where I need to be. Afterwards I found while I was working as a kinesiologist, I really liked the unique capacity that physios are in, in which we have 30 minutes of uninterrupted time with patients so we can find out about your needs and your goals, and really work on it together.

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

One piece of advice I’d give my patients is that your opinions, your concerns, your pain and your goals all matter. I feel like a lot of times, people are concerned that they don’t get listened to or they feel like they aren’t being addressed by what they need. I will always ensure that I will try my best to make sure that you feel heard.

What do you like about Westcoast SCI?

Westcoast SCI works as a really collaborative unit. We all support each other. If there are complicated patients, we can all help each other, learning and trying to help the patient. Whatever their needs may be. I find that I’m always constantly being challenged by my coworkers and that drives me to become a much better physio.