Harleen graduated from UBC with a Bachelors of Science and further pursued her Doctor of Physiotherapy at Melbourne University. She was trained with a strong background in manual therapy and is experienced in working with a wide variety of patients. She primarily focuses on orthopaedic and vestibular rehabilitation in her practice. Additionally, Harleen is a Mulligan and GLA:D certified therapist.
She is a very passionate advocate of physiotherapy as a profession and is dedicated towards educating her clients and the general public on the benefits that accompany physiotherapy. She has also expanded her initiative of education into the corporate wellness space where she has worked with tech companies such as Galvanize and Visier Solutions Inc.
Recently, Harleen has been published in the Journal of Medical Engineering and Technology for her graduate research. She maintains her interest in research as a GLA:D certified therapist.
Habibi, Alireza, et al. "Efficiency and perceived exertion of manual wheelchair propulsion: a physiological comparison of push vs pull wheeling." Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology (2021): 1-9.