Meet Our Team


Manvir Singh, MSc.

Physiotherapist & Founder

For more than a decade, people have consulted with Manvir Singh looking for answers to questions about physical pain, stiffness, and general wellness. Manvir works with men and women aged 35-64+. He also researches and writes about physical medicine in his column in The Leader, The Voice, and appears on various TV and online shows.

Manvir previously worked with large institutions in the GVRD. Surrey, BC is now “home” where his practice has rapidly become one of the leading private physiotherapy clinics, now with 2 locations.

Manvir’s expertise includes:

  • Joint manual therapy
  • Adjustments
  • Vestibular therapy specialty training
  • Advanced full-body IMS certification.

Suman Kaur

Chief Executive Officer

Safvan Bhatala

Safvan Bhatala

BSc Physiotherapy / Clinical Director

Safvan Bhatala is a Registered Physiotherapist in BC, Canada. He graduated from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science in 2011 and ever since he has been working with a variety of patients including but not limited to, ie; Sports & MSK Injuries, Degenerative neuro conditions, concussions, and vestibular conditions.
Safvan has worked in hospitals, Private settings, ran and directed acute facilities and home physiotherapy clinics.
in 2017, Safvan started working as a physiotherapist in Canada and has been running a private clinic as a clinic Director since 2019.
He is a certified Manual and movement therapist and is very passionate about helping patients overcome their injuries through a proactive and informed approach. Safvan’s expertise also includes Exercise prescriptions and active rehab, Custom made Foot Orthotics.
Whether you’re an office worker or weekend warrior Safvan enjoys working with a diverse population.
In his free time, Safvan likes to Play soccer & tennis, Hiking but most importantly his time is best spent with his beautiful family.



Nathan Snead

MSc Physiotherapy / Clinical Director

Masters of Physiotherapy (MSc PT)

Nathan has been working in the health and fitness industry for 9 years. After working as a Personal Trainer for 2 years he decided to take the next step in his career and become a Physiotherapist. In 2014 he Graduated with a MSc from Kings College London. He worked as a musculoskeletal therapist in North London for 6 years, focusing on a combination of workplace injuries, whiplash, and sports injuries. He also worked in the senior management team supervising a team of 7 therapists across multiple locations. Finally in 2020, Nathan decided to have another big adventure and continue his development as a physiotherapist in Canada. With a background in Personal Training Nathan believes that every individual has the ability to move well, be strong and be active and is committed to helping clients achieve this. He tries to focus on combining exercised based treatments with a range of manual therapy techniques in order to reduce pain and improve function.
In his free time Nathan loves to weight train, play a variety of sports and explore the great outdoors.


Tyson Kusiak

MPT Physiotherapy

Inspiration to pursue a career developed in Tyson as a young athlete who received physiotherapy treatments, education and guidance for sports related injuries. Tyson came from an athletic background with a passion for many sports including; golf, soccer, baseball and hockey. Tyson continues to play golf and hockey recreationally, in addition to running, hiking, biking, skiing and weightlifting. Tyson moved from Manitoba in 2020 to live and work in British Columbia as a Physiotherapist – this move was driven by the desire for the outdoor lifestyle and activities… and of course, the milder winters.

Tyson graduated from the University of Winnipeg in 2016 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Kinesiology. Additionally, Tyson graduated from the University of Manitoba in 2018 with a Masters Degree in Physiotherapy. Since graduating in 2018, Tyson has taken continued education courses in Vestibular Therapy (dizziness and balance), concussion management, sports injury taping, musculoskeletal course for the neck, shoulder, back, hip, knee and ankle, and advanced Orthopaedic Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy level 1.

Tyson enjoys treating individuals of all ages and injury types, with a keen interest on the athletic population and sports related injuries, Tyson believes strong communication, goal setting, collaborative planning, and team work are very important factors in reaching desired physiotherapy outcomes. Tyson uses education, coaching, manual therapy and exercise programming to help clients achieve their goals.

Mayara Prado

Physical Therapy Assistant

Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy.

Mayara, or May as she prefers, graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy by the University of Fortaleza in Brazil. After graduating she spent a year working in ICUs and post-op ward in a hospital in her hometown before moving to Canada. Since 2019 she has been working as a PTA in the Metro Vancouver area and has started the process of becoming a registered Physiotherapist in Canada.
She likes going for long walks, reading, and enjoying her family and friends company.
Mayara can speak Portuguese and English.


Mohammad Dazham

BCAK Kinesiology

Diploma Sports Science – Douglas College
BKIN with Psychology Minor – University of the Fraser Valley
MSc Physiotherapy – Queen Margaret University – United Kingdom

Purelife’s ethos was what really attracted ME. AIM – Achieving Improved Movement – is extremely important. In a field where passive modalities are often over utilized, Purelife strives to work in a patient-centered manner to address the needs of every patient specifically. My future goals include continuing to progress within the team with the goal of working as a registered physiotherapist in the coming months.

Pavan Cheema

Pavan Cheema

Client Care Manager

Riddhi Shah

Riddhi Shah


education: Bachelors in Physiotherapy from Maharaja Sayajirao University, India 2015.
currently registered with CPTBC.
She worked in India at a public hospital as well as several outpatient clinics since her graduation and has been working in the field of physiotherapy in Canada since 2019.
Riddhi strongly believes that movements help people get better, her treatment approach includes understanding a patient’s concerns and goals and tailoring for them a combination of manual therapy, exercises and education.
She holds a certificate in advanced vestibular/concussion rehabilitation, manual therapy, yoga instruction.
Her interests besides physiotherapy include yoga and reading books.

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Our Locations

Scott Road 75A

12088 75A Ave. #1, Surrey, BC V3W 1Y4, Canada

(778) 564-7873

58th Cloverdale

5823 176th Street Surrey, BC V3S 4E3

(778) 565-9190

96 Avenue

13737 96 Ave #702, Surrey, BC V3V 0C6

(604) 496-4325

NOTE: Location 58th Cloverdale is under construction