Kevin Kwok

MPT, B.Kin (He/His/Him)

Kevin completed both his Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) and Bachelor of Kinesiology (B.Kin) from the University of British Columbia. He has also successfully completed his Level 1 Orthopaedic Division certification.

Kevin is committed to utilizing a holistic and person-centred approach to actively involve each client in their treatment plan. By encouraging open communication and collaboration, he ensures every client’s preference, values and goals are at the forefront of each session. His treatment philosophy focuses on utilizing hands-on manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercise, and other evidence-based techniques to help each client achieve their optimal level of health and wellness.

He has experience treating a wide range of clients from office workers to performance athletes and even ICBC claims, Kevin is excited to share his expertise with you.

Kevin competed in Thailand representing Team Canada in 2019 in the U24 category and hopes to make the Canadian National Team again in 2025. Outside of the clinic, you can find Kevin dragon boating in False Creek, lifting weights, hiking, or walking his shiba Aiko.

Kevin can speak English and conversational Cantonese.

Kevin Kwok

MPT, B.Kin (He/His/Him)

Kevin completed both his Master of Physical Therapy (MPT) and Bachelor of Kinesiology (B.Kin) from the University of British Columbia. He has also successfully completed his Level 1 Orthopaedic Division certification.

Kevin is committed to utilizing a holistic and person-centred approach to actively involve each client in their treatment plan. By encouraging open communication and collaboration, he ensures every client’s preference, values and goals are at the forefront of each session. His treatment philosophy focuses on utilizing hands-on manual therapy techniques, therapeutic exercise, and other evidence-based techniques to help each client achieve their optimal level of health and wellness.

He has experience treating a wide range of clients from office workers to performance athletes and even ICBC claims, Kevin is excited to share his expertise with you.

Kevin competed in Thailand representing Team Canada in 2019 in the U24 category and hopes to make the Canadian National Team again in 2025. Outside of the clinic, you can find Kevin dragon boating in False Creek, lifting weights, hiking, or walking his shiba Aiko.

Kevin can speak English and conversational Cantonese.