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Meet Our Team

Our Team: Our Team

Thomas Wan



Thomas graduated from UBC Masters of Physical Therapy in 2012 and UBC Bachelors of Human Kinetics in 2009. With his 12 years of experience in the rehabilitation industry, he strives to create an environment to provide the best experience for clients and therapists here at ReBounce. As a young athlete Thomas had dealt with his shares of sports injuries and that aspired him to now assist his clients to recover from theirs.

Thomas has his certification in acupuncture and intramuscular stimulation (IMS). His treatment approach consists of detailed history, movement assessment, manual therapy, acupuncture/IMS and exercise prescription to return his clients to their functions and activities.

Outside of work Thomas enjoys an active lifestyle with weight training, golfing and getting his triathlon training in. Thomas is fluent in English, Cantonese, and has a working knowledge in Mandarin.


Stefan Cvoric



Stefan graduated from UBC with a Masters in Physical Therapy and Bachelors in Kinesiology. His approach to physio extends beyond his education, drawing on his history of personal injury and experience as a Varsity Rower. Stefan understands first-hand the importance of injury prevention and rehabilitation.

His treatment approach includes a thorough assessment with an individualized combination of manual therapy, trigger point dry needling, patient education, and exercise prescription to empower clients to take control of their recovery. He has a keen interest in examining the underlying factors of injuries. His goal is to increase clients’ body awareness so they can minimize their time in the clinic and maximize their time doing what they love without being limited by pain.

As a Vancouverite, Stefan enjoys rotating through the seasonal activities from the mountains to the court, the same active lifestyle he helps his patients experience. His current favourites include basketball, soccer, skiing, cycling, and bowling (you read correctly, TV guide classifies it as a sport so we do too). Stefan is fluent in English and Serbian.

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Travis Tomlin


Travis completed his Masters of Physical Therapy at UBC in 2015, and has been practicing in Burnaby, Vancouver, and Port Coquitlam ever since. A lifelong athlete, Travis strives to provide insight into any injury or impairment, illuminate goals, minimize barriers, and ultimately provide a clear path to rehabilitation and recovery. A competitive road cyclist, racing in numerous local races including the Gastown Grand Prix, Travis maintains a dedication to and fascination with the world of endurance sports and the nuances of training.

Treatment is composed of a thorough history, detailed physical and functional assessment, along with presentation and discussion of the diagnosis and treatment options. Manual therapy and functional dry needling are utilized to provide symptom relief, while movement and exercise therapy, along with education and self-care techniques are provided and progressed to round out the treatment plan.

A clinical bike fitter, Travis blends his years of cycling and physiotherapy experience with bike fitting certification from the Cyclepoint and Bikefit Canada to provide comprehensive bike fitting solutions for riders of any ability. From brand new cyclists inspired to get more active during the pandemic, to experienced racers looking to manage pain or optimize performance - Travis can provide on and off bike solutions.
Apart from Physio and Cycling, Travis attempts to maintain some semblance of balance and upper body strength while indoor rock climbing at The Hive, or working out at the gym.  Rest assured, he also has a healthy interest in non-physical pursuits such as coffee, his science fiction book club, and music production.


Harjit Dhanda



Harjit has been involved in fitness and sports from an early age, specifically basketball. This passion led to a desire to continue learning about the human body, leading to a Kinesiology degree from UBC. Adding to this, he also worked as a personal trainer at both the YMCA and Sunset Community Centre for several years doing one-on-one sessions, fitness orientations, and group classes.

Sports have been a passion from an early age. However, being consistently involved in sports/weight training led to some unfortunate injuries, which grew a newfound interest in rehabilitation. Going through inadequate rehab himself, he wanted to ensure others didn’t undergo the same insufficient treatment, leading to his strong interest in helping others. With this in mind, he has a greater understanding of nagging injuries that can hinder regular activities of daily living.

In regards to treatment style, he believes in prioritizing the client’s goals. Whether this involves recovering from an injury, sport-specific or fitness goals, he ensures clients are provided with the knowledge to continue improving independently by working on efficient movement patterns to build a strong foundation. 

During his time off, he enjoys weight training, playing/watching sports and spending time with friends and family. Binging Netflix while snacking on any kind of chocolate is also a common occurrence that happens one too many times.

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Marco Wan



Marco completed his Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree at Simon Fraser University in 2018 and subsequently moved to Australia to pursue a Master of Physiotherapy degree from the University of Sydney. After graduation, he gained valuable work experience in a musculoskeletal multidisciplinary clinic before returning home to Vancouver. 

He has been involved with rehab for nearly a decade now, having worked as a kinesiologist, personal trainer, and sports trainer. His interest and passion for physiotherapy stemmed from having sustained multiple sporting injuries growing up, including rupturing both ACLs and undergoing knee reconstructive surgeries. He has experienced first-hand how debilitating an injury can be and understands the importance of injury management, rehabilitation, and prevention.

He follows a holistic approach to treatment which involves extensive subjective history taking, a detailed physical examination, and most importantly, having collaborative discussions with the patient about their own concerns and goals. He strongly believes that each patient is different and treatment should be individualised with the client’s goals as a priority. Marco utilises manual therapy to aid with pain management and joint dysfunctions along with exercise therapy to target strength deficiencies and irregular motor patterns. Marco thoroughly enjoys listening to all of his patients’ stories and working closely with them to help them achieve their goals and live to their utmost potential. Marco is fluent in English and Cantonese.

During his free time, you’ll find Marco playing basketball, weight training, hiking, snowboarding and trying to find the best food spots around Vancouver!


Katriana Wong



Katriana is an enthusiastic physiotherapist who has completed her Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney in 2019. She has then worked in private practice by the Australian beaches before returning to her home in Vancouver. Other than treating acute and chronic conditions Katriana also has experience teaching Physio-Pilates classes, Reformer Pilates, and Dance Physiotherapy.

Her interest in human movement began at a young age as a competitive dancer and swimmer. Her dancing background includes 10+ years of training in a variety of dance genres including Royal Academy of Dance examinations. Understanding and going through injuries herself Katriana is able to recognise the importance of quality movement, patient education and self-management.

Katriana currently enjoys strength training at the gym, swimming and spending time with her two poodles and cavalier.

Katriana takes joy in getting to know each patient, listening to their story, and collaborating with them to achieve their goals. She can’t wait to work alongside her patients to facilitate their journey to their full potential of health.

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Carolyn Tam



Carolyn completed her Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree in 2010 and Master of Physical Therapy degree in 2012 at the University of British Columbia. She is dedicated to continuing education and has completed post-graduate courses for assessment and treatment of neck, low back, and shoulder injuries as well as dizziness/vertigo/vestibular dysfunction. Carolyn is also certified in Acupuncture and Intramuscular Stimulation (IMS) and recently became a ConnectTherapy™ Series graduate. Carolyn enjoys collaborating and connecting with her clients when it comes to helping them meet their goals.

Outside of work, she can be found playing recreational sports such as soccer, ultimate frisbee, and running after her children. Carolyn is fluent in English and Cantonese.


Amanda Thornhill



Amanda graduated with her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in England and her Bachelors degree in Kinesiology from UBC. During her education she developed a strong interest in treating musculoskeletal injuries, as well as pelvic floor related issues.

Whether she is treating a shoulder or a pelvis, Amanda emphasizes a collaborative approach to rehabilitation, and believes this is essential for patients to achieve the goals that are most important to them. 

Outside of the clinic, she enjoys staying active around the lower mainland, hiking (when it’s not raining), and has a constant case of the travel bug. She is also a dog lover and is happy to have your companion pop by for a visit any time!


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Jasmine Virk


Jasmine completed a bachelor's degree in biomedical physiology at Simon Fraser University, driven by her passion for health and human anatomy. She then obtained her Master of Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University. In her approach to helping others recover from injuries, Jasmine utilizes manual therapy, exercise, and empowerment.

Jasmine strives to create an inclusive and motivating environment for her clients to recover and participate in their rehabilitation. She is a strong believer in the importance of patient education and works closely with her patients to help them understand their conditions and how to manage them effectively. Throughout her education, she has gained experience working with a wide range of conditions, including musculoskeletal injuries, neurological disorders, and post-surgical rehabilitation.  Jasmine is dedicated to providing compassionate care to her patients and is eager to make a positive impact on their lives.

Growing up in Vancouver, Jasmine loves the great outdoors that the city has to offer and can often be found hiking, running, or exploring new places. Jasmine is also fluent in Punjabi.

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Michael Lin



Graduated from the UBC faculty of Human Kinetics in 2009, Michael has served the health and fitness population for over a decade.  Previously working for the YMCA, Michael designed senior adult programs and served as a personal trainer for many of the members.  Finding ways to get everyone stronger has always been his favourite focus for the group.  In addition to his experience in working with seniors, Michael has also dedicated much of his career to coaching combat athletes.  Having spent time in Thailand training and competing, he’s had the opportunity to learn from many trainers and stadium fighters. 

Making the transition into Kinesiology, Michael is excited to bring sport specific strength and conditioning together with rehabilitation and injury prevention exercises.  Michael has certifications in the Functional Movement System, Strong First Kettlebell instruction, TRX suspension system, and he is a NCCP Olympic Weightlifting trained coach.  By setting detailed goals with a focus on mobility and stability, he hopes to improve the strength of his clients as well as their confidence returning to their sport and/or work.  He is fluent in both English and Mandarin. 

Still a student of the game, Michael continues to practice weightlifting and Thai Boxing.  He also enjoys spending time in the great outdoors of Vancouver, whether it’s running, cycling or hiking.  No longer the spring chicken he used to be, you can still find him at local 10k, half marathon races around town, slowly putting away. 


Victor Fan


Victor has always loved being active. He was first involved in rehab while training for a half marathon. He sustained a bad foot injury after his race; through active rehabilitation, he learned about the importance of taking care of his body to prevent future injuries. This experience inspired him to be a leader so that he can educate, and empower others to move confidently.

Victor completed his BKin at the University of British Columbia. During this time, he volunteered with older individuals experiencing chronic pain, which strengthened his passion for working with chronic pain and he hopes to continue providing care as a


When he is not working, you can find him climbing, running, hiking in the mountains, or taking his dogs on long walks across the city. He is also a foodie and is always looking to try new food! Victor is also fluent in Cantonese.


Ivy Sagaysay

Kinesiologist / Reception


Ivy graduated from UBC with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. She is also a practicing member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK). From a young age, Ivy has always had the innate and genuine desire to help others. Drawing not only on her personal experience as an athlete, to volunteering at senior homes and hospitals for a number of years she understands firsthand the importance of health and wellness. 

As a Kinesiologist, Ivy enjoys the challenge of treating existing injuries but also working to optimize movement and health for injury prevention. For her, it’s all about connection and empowerment. She takes the time to really get to know her clients and hear their stories, and then works together with them to come up with a treatment plan that suits each person’s unique goals and lifestyle. She will help you understand your injury and give you the skills to successfully get out of pain and return to doing what you love.

In her spare time Ivy enjoys exploring the great outdoors with her golden retriever, weight training, travelling, and trying new variety of foods.

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Yvonne Tsui

Registered Massage Therapist

Upon graduating high school, Yvonne had always wanted to pursue her passion in massage therapy. However, conflicted with choosing a career in a profession that was not well known, she decided to study and work in the financial industry instead. It wasn’t until after sustaining a bad snowboarding injury that Yvonne realized her passion was in rehabilitation, the human anatomy and helping people. Yvonne graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy and completed her registration process in May, 2015. She is registered with the College of Massage Therapists of BC and is an ongoing member with the Registered Massage Therapists Association of BC.

Yvonne’s approach to massage consists of deep tissue, pain management, and relaxation. Depending on where her clients are in their rehabilitation, she may include active release work, with stretching and mobility. Also, a fundamental part in recovery is education and awareness; Yvonne will always thrive to teach her clients the connections between the body and its function. At the end though, the goal for her clients is to leave relaxed and rejuvenated after their treatments.

When not working, Yvonne enjoys exploring and teaching her two young daughters the wonders of Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. Yvonne is fluent in English and Cantonese.


Byron Nguyen

Registered Massage Therapist

Byron’s interest for massage therapy developed in high school when he suffered multiple sports-related injuries. His firsthand experience of long-term physical and mental effects of injuries assists him in building rapport with his clients. Specifically, he tailors his treatments to each client, making it both therapeutic and relaxing.

Throughout his years in West Coast College of Massage Therapy, Byron has been well-acquainted with trigger point therapy, facial work, Swedish massage and passive/active stretching techniques. His passion for message therapy diversifies his areas of interest to this day.

Outside of work Byron enjoys living an active lifestyle doing a combination of weight training and hiking in his spare time.


Danielle Wu

Kinesiologist / Reception


Danielle was a Team Canada Ice-dancer. She then went on to coach skating for many years. She graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and also has a diploma in Human Kinetics from Capilano University. 

Her involvement in sport has led her to develop a passion for health and fitness, rehabilitation, and injury prevention. Her goal is not only to relieve pain and discomfort, but to also promote a healthy and active lifestyle. 

In her spare time, you will find her rock climbing, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, or traveling.

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