Gurleen graduated from McMaster University with a Bachlor of Science, Kinesiology. She went on to graduate with her Master of Physiotherapy from Curtin University in Perth, Australia. She has gained experience in a variety of areas that include the treatment of spine and peripheral injuries, temporomandibular joint (jaw) dysfunction, motor vehicle accident clients, sports injuries and post-op joint replacement rehabilitation. In her work as a physiotherapist, she uses individualized and evidence based care, while targeting patient goals. Her treatment focuses on using manual therapy techniques, providing therapeutic exercise, and correcting poor motor patterns and posture. In addition to her work as a physiotherapist, Gurleen is a certified Pilates instructor. She enjoys integrating Pilates principles into physiotherapy rehabilitation. Gurleen also places importance on continuing education. She is currently in the process of completing the ConnectTherapy Series, taught by Dr. LJ Lee. This approach to treatment focuses on assessing the whole body to find the driver or cause of symptoms. When she’s not in the clinic, Gurleen enjoys staying active. Some of her favourite activities include rock climbing, acroyoga and snowboarding. She also completed her first sprint distance triathlon in the summer of 2015. Gurleen is fluent in Punjabi.