our team

Physiotherapy team


Our rehab professionals are physiotherapists and kinesiologists. They are dedicated to providing you the best care and experience throughout your rehabilitation.


Seema Mathew

PHYSIOTHERAPIST - Port Coquitlam/Coquitlam

Seema graduated in 2004 from Mahatma Gandhi University, India. She has taken courses on concussion management, vestibular rehab, and needling/IMS. She thoroughly assesses patients to identify the underlying problem and formulates custom treatment plans. Her treatments includes manual therapy, modalities, dry needling/IMS, exercise and education.

In her leisure time, Seema enjoys playing with her three kids and hiking.

Helen Wu, Physiotherapist in Port Coquitlam BC

Helen Wu

physiotherapist - Port Coquitlam/Coquitlam

Helen graduated from UBC in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy. She is certified in Acupuncture, IMS, and has completed the Intermediate Exam of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Therapy. Helen takes a holistic approach to find the root causes of the symptoms, and uses a combination of manual therapy, modalities, needling, exercises and education to help her clients with their recovery needs.

Matthew Sim, Kinesiologist in Richmond and Vancouver BC

Matthew Sim

KINESIOLOGIST - Vancouver & Richmond

Matthew Sim graduated from the University of British Columbia Okanagan with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics. He has an avid interest in human movement and sports, which inspired the path towards kinesiology and eventually active rehabilitation. His unique perspective on active rehab helps clients understand how simple exercises and stretches can improve physical and mental well-being and help them recover fast.

Troy Arndt​

KINESIOLOGIST - Port Coquitlam/Coquitlam

Troy graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology and Health Science and is a practicing British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BACK) member. He chose to pursue kinesiology in order to help clients regain their mobility and improve their quality of life. Troy believes in a client centered approach that focuses on matching the treatment to the client and their goals. In his free time, Troy enjoys spending time with his friends and family as well as playing sports such as soccer.

Harman Bains


Harman graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology. He chose to pursue this field to help others in achieving their goals and regain their mobility. In his free time he loves playing sports like basketball and he enjoys being outdoors on hikes with friends and family.

Celeena Augustine

Physiotherapist - Port Coquitlam

Celeena is a highly skilled and compassionate Physiotherapist with over a decade of experience in the field. She earned her degree from the School of Medical Education in India in 2004 and has since honed her skills through working in both hospital and private settings. She has been practicing in Canada since 2012 and has a wealth of experience treating a variety of orthopedic and neuromuscular conditions.

Renee Roemer

KINESIOLOGIST - Port Coquitlam/Coquitlam

Renee graduated from the University of British Columbia Okanagan with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Kinetics and is a practicing British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK) member. She pursued kinesiology, because she has a passion for helping her clients reach their full potential and believes that exercise is medicine. Renee’s kindness and compassion leave her clients feeling encouraged and motivated to make progress throughout their rehab journey. In her spare time, Renee enjoys spending time with her friends, family and going on long walks with her dog.

Tina Amoli

KINESIOLOGIST - Port Coquitlam/Coquitlam

Tina graduated from the University of Waterloo with her Master’s in Kinesiology. Her passion for exercise and physical activity has been the catalyst in guiding her path to help individuals reach their peak physical performance. Tina believes Kinesiology is all about prevention, management, and performance. Thus, she applies her knowledge and experience in order to rehabilitate, prevent, and manage disorders that impede bodily movement.

Tina can assist individuals to diminish the time lost to injury and accidents so they can return to work and routine daily life faster.

Philip Gaabucayan


Philip has always enjoyed playing sports and participating in physical activity. In high school he dislocated his shoulder and needed to be put on an active rehab program. After being treated by a Physiotherapist and a Kinesiologist his rehab journey inspired him to enroll in the Human Kinetics program. He spent his first 2 years at Langara College completing his Diploma and shortly after he finished the remaining 2 years at UFV to complete his Bachelor’s in Human Kinetics. Last, he has been working as a Kinesiologist for 6 years, however he is always open to learning new methods to recovery and injury prevention. His ultimate goal is to keep growing and improving as a practitioner in order to provide the best care for his clients.