Mark Mandelstam, BPT, C.Acup F.C., CGIMS Practitioner
Mark received his Physiotherapy degree from Ben Gurion University, Israel in 1996.
He gained his clinical experience while working in a military hospital in the orthopedic department, treating both acute and chronic conditions.
Outside of the clinic, Mark enjoys staying active by playing table tennis, biking, swimming and walking his dog.
Orma Sadler, BPT, IMS Practitioner
Orma received her Bachelor of Physiotherapy in the Philippines. She continues her education here in Canada and has been practicing as a Physiotherapist since 2014. She has varied experience in the rehabilitation field and is currently practicing as a Physiotherapist both in this clinic and at the hospital. She is pursuing her passion for learning by enrolling in continuing studies pertaining to improving pain management and mobility. Orma’s life is very full with her young family and loves to cook, read, hike and explore new places.
Navkiran Jaidka, BPT, Masters of Physiotherapy in Musculoskeletal (2015) (Gold Medalist)
Karen Natho, BPHE BSc MSc R. KIN
Kevin Busch, BKIN, Personal Trainer
Kevin obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology from the University of the Fraser Valley in 2014.
As a kinesiologist at Cedar Valley Physiotherapy & Pain Clinic, Kevin develops specialized exercise programs for the rehabilitation of a wide variety of injuries and disabilities. In addition to the clinical work he is also active in the field of Occupational Rehabilitation performing Job Demands Analysis and providing Return to Work Support Services. In September 2015, he completed the Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluation Course.
Out of the clinic Kevin is a personal trainer and embodies fitness, health, and wellness as integral part of his life. He enjoys weight training, running, cycling, and snowboarding.
Wu Szu Ying, BC Registered Acupuncturist, Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner
Szu ( Celina ) is BC registered acupuncturist, Originally from Taiwan, comes from a family of traditional Chinese medicine practitioners, at a young age, she was immersed in the principles and philosophy of traditional Chinese medicine in her family’s own Chinese herbal business. Life changed for Celina when she suffered a serious yoga injury, which left her debilitated with a neck injury . She tried many physical therapies for her injury with little result. It wasn’t until she pursued acupuncture and directional Chinese medicine remedies that she started to get better. After several months of regular acupuncture and herbal medicine treatments, she started to get her life back. It was at this moment, she was inspired to pursue a career in acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine . As an advocate of alternation health care, she is committed to not only educating her patients but making a difference in their lives.