Meet Bayshore Therapy and Rehab Langley Team
Mohli Kang brings over 7 years of practicing experience as a physiotherapist. She completed her degree in Physiotherapy in India and immediately began practicing in an orthopedic rehabilitation clinic. She later completed her Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy with a major in Neurology. Before moving to Canada and becoming a licensed Physiotherapist in Canada in 2014, Mohli was a lecturer in the Physiotherapy program. Mohli focuses on client centered care and includes manual therapy, myofascial release, therapeutic exercises and patient education as part of her treatment approach. She completed her medical acupuncture certification from the Acupuncture Foundation of Canada Institute. In her spare time, she enjoys dancing, reading, travelling and gardening.
Kanika Gandhi has been practicing as a physiotherapist for 7 years. She completed her Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy in 2012. She has been a practicing clinician in Canada since April 2014. Kanika has a breadth of experience with sports conditions, workplace injuries, persistent pain management and injury prevention. She has worked in both Alberta and British Columbia in private practice clinics. Kanika is passionate about rehabilitation and ensuring her clients are treated holistically so they can improve functionally. She is excited to work with her patients and brings a positive energy and love for therapy to her sessions. Kanika can provide services in English, Hindi and Punjabi
Shelly Dornian received her Master of Occupational Therapy Degree from the University of British Columbia in 2014. She has a range of experience working with clients with physical and mental health concerns to support them to improve their function for meaningful activities. Shelly has worked in outpatient clinical rehabilitation programs for people with orthopedic injuries, persistent pain, and mental health injuries. She currently works primarily in the community setting, providing holistic care to help people get better in their own homes. Outside of work, Shelly enjoys spending time with her family, travelling, and being outdoors.
Deneice Williams is an Occupational Therapist who received her Bachelor of Arts in French (2008) and her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (2011) from Western University in Ontario.
Deneice strongly believes in evidenced based practice. She uses an eclectic treatment approach to helping people regain and maintain their independence. This involves clinical decision-making to choose from a range of techniques, procedures, therapeutic activities etc. as is most appropriate to the individual client’s dynamic needs. Her hobbies include travelling, cooking and reading.
Trevor Randall is an Occupational Therapist who brings over 20 years of experience as a practicing OT. Trevor has accumulated considerable clinical experience as an OT employing a cognitive behavioural and biomechanics treatment approach with motivational techniques. His clinical experience includes mental health programs in residential, tertiary care, community and forensics environments, community occupational therapy, and working within interdisciplinary teams. Trevor completed his Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1996 from Western University and graduated in the 1st division. He later completed his Master of Business Administration Degree in Executive Management with specialization in Leadership in 2011. In his spare time, Trevor enjoys to golf, volunteering with minor hockey, and is a Black Belt (1st Dan) in Shito-Ryu karate.
Andrea Masse has over 10 years of experience as a practicing Occupational Therapist in both the public and private sectors. She works with individuals and their healthcare team to facilitate a return to meaningful activities following injury or illness. She has been working with individuals with musculoskeletal and orthopedic injuries, chronic pain, mental health, traumatic brain injury and mixed diagnoses in both the public and private sectors. When she is not working, she values quality time with her family, playing soccer and travelling.
Sal Habash is a practicing Kinesiologist with over 20 years experience. Having graduated in 1997 in Minsk, Belarus, Sal came to Canada in 2003 and took the appropriate steps to be eligible to practice as a Kinesiologist in British Columbia. Sal prioritizes educating his clients as he is a strong believer that clients achieve better, sustainable results when they are actively involved in the rehabilitation process. In his spare time, Sal enjoys working out, spending time with his family, and coaching his son’s in soccer.
Emily Pichetto graduated in 2019 from the University of British Columbia’s Kinesiology program and immediately began practicing as a Kinesiologist. She has undergone mentorship from experienced Kinesiologists and Occupational Therapists, and has developed into a strong, personable clinician. Her outgoing personality and eagerness to immerse herself in new challenges allow Emily to develop excellent rapport with her clients. Emily is experienced in working with private clients, ICBC clients, and in occupational rehabilitation. In her spare time, Emily enjoys working out at the gym and spending time with her friends.
Registered Massage Therapists
Mandy Gill is a Registered Massage Therapist with 15 years in the Health and Wellness field. Her passion to help heal people lead her to West Coast College of Massage Therapy, graduating in August 2019. During outreaches in school, she worked with prenatal high-risk pregnancy, MS patients, stroke patients, along with pre/post sports events, while focusing more on orthopedic conditions such as overuse injuries, frozen shoulder, muscle strains, and headaches in clinic. Her treatments include deep tissue massage, passive stretching, myofasical trigger point release, along with stretch and strengthening exercises to home care to ensure each patient is given optimal opportunity in their path of recovery. In her personal time Mandy enjoys yoga, cooking, and discovery new trails or hikes with her labradoodle pup Max. She will also continue on with her education and work towards her Health Science Degree at Thompson River University.
Other Health Professionals
Dr. Avis Picton is a family physician who graduated from the University of BC in 1989. Over the years she has spent 12 years in family practice, 4 years in cancer care, 2 years in hospice/palliative care, and for the past 9 years has been working in chronic pain management and occupational rehabilitation programs. Prior to medical school she worked for 7 years as a BCIT-trained medical laboratory technologist. She enjoys working at Bayshore where she is given adequate time to see patients and do a thorough assessment, and also appreciates the “can-do” philosophy of her colleagues.
In addition, Dr. Picton holds a journalism diploma from Langara College and has published many freelance articles and columns in magazines and newspapers, including a stint as medical columnist for the Vancouver Sun. She has also played piano and sung for many years and has fronted her own jazz trio, sung dramatic soprano leads for a busy amateur opera company, and played in a few rock-“ish” bands she guarantees you have never heard of. When not working, she can be found learning Spanish and practicing Guns ‘N Roses and Aerosmith on electric guitar.
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