Physiotherapists






Margaret King
Margaret graduated from UBC in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Rehabilitation Medicine. She is a founding partner in the Clinic and has worked here since it opened in 1998. Margaret is a manual therapist and has been a Resident of the Canadian Association of Manual Therapists (RCAMT) since 1992. She has taken numerous physiotherapy courses, such as muscle imbalance, core stability, exercise prescription and has attended numerous conferences regarding sports injury and management. Outside of work, Margaret enjoys reading, tennis and playing video games!


Taj Senghera
Taj graduated from UBC in 2003 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy. He has been at the Clinic since August of 2005 and became a partner in March of 2009. Taj is a manual therapist and enjoys working with sports and orthopaedic injuries and rehabilitation, and is certified to perform acupuncture (CAFCI) as well. He has taken many manual therapy courses and recently became a Resident of the Canadian Association of Manual Therapists (RCAMT). In addition, Taj has taken several courses on muscle imbalance, core stability and sports injury management and rehabilitation. Outside of work, Taj enjoys playing soccer, poker and working out.


Linda Calvert
Linda graduated from UBC in 2001 with a Degree in Physical Therapy. She has a strong interest in treating sports and orthopaedic injuries as well as Vestibular Conditions (Vertigo, Dizziness, and Balance Disorders). As a Physiotherapist, Linda continues to expand her clinical knowledge and has taken many post-graduate courses on manual therapy, core stability and muscle imbalances. Linda is also part of the Athlete Screening Assessment program, which screens elite athletes for muscle imbalances to help prevent injuries. Outside of work, Linda enjoys playing soccer, traveling, and staying active with her children.


Richard Truong
Richard graduated from UBC in 2012 with a Master’s Degree in Physical Therapy. He has taken post graduate courses in manual therapy and acupuncture. He is also involved with teaching respiratory and chest physiotherapy techniques at VGH. He enjoys working with sports, orthopaedic and post-operative injuries. He also has experience with rehabilitation in the ICU and post-burn/graft/flaps. Outside of work, Richard enjoys hiking, snowboarding, basketball and playing with his active puppy!