Physiotherapy in Surrey

Legend Physiotherapy and Rehab Clinic provide a detailed one-on-one approach for every assessment and treatment conducted by the physiotherapist. With each session, our therapists ensure that each treatment is individualized to the client’s needs. Treatments consist of a hands-on approach to ease pain, improve range of motion (ROM) and release the muscular or joint restriction. Clients are educated on activities, exercises, and postural movements to ensure improvements that continue beyond their time at the clinic.


Treatment Options

At Legend, we believe in a hands on approach to your physiotherapy needs. We offer the following treatment options, in addition to our manual treatments:

Shock Wave Therapy

Shock Wave therapy is a non-invasive treatment that involves the creating of a series of low energy acoustic wave pulsations that are directly applied to an injury. This type of therapy helps treats all type of injuries and ailments, from back pain, neck pain to plantar fasciitis

Laser Therapy

This treatment utilizes specific types of light to interact with damaged tissue to eliminate pain and promote healing for a variety of medical conditions such as rotator cuff tears, fibromyalgia, ligament and tendon tears, tendonitis, bursitis, rheumatoid arthritis and bulging and herniated discs. Talk to your Legend Team to see if Laser Therapy is a good option for your treatment plan

Dry Needling/IMS

A needling technique that stimulates and relaxes underlying myofascial trigger points which allows deeper penetration when manual stimulation will not work alone

Rock Tape

Rock tape is applied to your skin for prolonged periods of time which, by lifting the skin and the structures below it, increases blood flow and healing while decreasing swelling and pain target


Physiotherapy in Surrey

Payalpreet Kaur, Physiotherapist

Payalpreet Kaur graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Baba Farid University of Health Science (India) in 2011. She worked as a Physiotherapist in India for 4 years in both hospital and clinic-based settings. Since graduating she has acquired a wide range of experience within different sectors of physiotherapy. Payal Immigrated to Canada in 2015 and completed a Canadian Healthcare Content Course at the University of Toronto. She then finished her IEPEP program from UBC in 2017 and passed the Canadian Physiotherapy National Examination. Payal uses a combination of techniques rich in manual therapy including symptom modification, trigger point release, Shockwave Therapy, Functional Dry Needling(IMS) as well as client education and individualized exercise program to achieve client goals. She firmly believes in treating not only patient symptoms but also the source of pain to ensure long-term relief for her patients. Payal’s special interest lies in pelvic health-supporting pre and postnatal clients (During and after pregnancy). She believes in active listening and building an environment for people to feel safe while sharing their stories and seeking treatment with her. She likes to treat all areas of Pelvic Health. Outside work, She loves to spend time with family and to explore beautiful nature.


Rupinder Singh, Physiotherapist

Rupinder Singh graduated with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy in 2007 from Baba Farid University of Health Science. He worked as a Physiotherapist in India for 8 years in hospital and clinic-based settings. He brought with him proficient experience in treating all age groups with various repetitive strains, sport and physical activity injuries, preoperative and postoperative orthopedic and neurological conditions, and pains that arise from work or daily activities. He completed a bridging course of Physiotherapy Practice in Canada from the University of Alberta. Then from the University of British Columbia, he finished the IEPEP course and passed the Canadian Physiotherapy National Exam. He is an expert in his field, enjoys his work and is committed to ensuring that his clients get the best possible outcome. His sole aim is to truly understand an injury and to get his patients better. Rupinder is well versed in the latest researched physiotherapy treatment/rehabilitation approaches and embraces traditional hands-on methods and skills. He believes that the best of manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation together provide the most successful outcomes and results.


Jodhpreet Sekhon, Physiotherapist

Jodh graduated with a bachelors degree in physiotherapy from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences in Jalandhar, India in 2009. Jodh uses his sound clinical reasoning to educate, assess and manage patients with musculoskeletal (muscles/bones/joints/nerves) problems. Integrating IMS into his physiotherapy practice allows him to diagnose and treat the chronic myofascial (muscle/ fascia interface) pain that can be present in the musculoskeletal system in the absence of any obvious signs of injury or inflammation.