Kanchan was born and raised in Nepal. She completed her Bachelors of Physiotherapy (2001) from Rajiv Gandhi University, Bangalore India. After her graduation Kanchan returned to Nepal and worked in hospital and private settings. Kanchan’s interest in the stroke patients took her to Japan for a training in the rehabilitation of stroke patients from Nanasawha Rehabilitation Hospital.
In 2004, she joined The Nepal Physiotherapy Association and held position of Vice President. She worked to develop and to promote Physiotherapy services in Nepal. From 2006–2010, she held the position of President for The Nepal Physiotherapy Association. At this time, she had the opportunity to join The Nepal Health Professional Council. Their mandate was to regulate the licensing process of practicing Physiotherapy in Nepal. They accomplished this goal. As a President, she participated in The World Physiotherapy Congress in Canada (2007) and in Holland (2011). She is excited for the opportunity to enhance her knowledge and physiotherapy techniques as her profession evolves.
Besides her profession, Kanchan is passionate about running, singing, nature, and spending time with her family.
relieving Pelvic Girdle Pain with ROST Therapy which is the evidence-based management of pregnancy-related pain of the sacroiliac, pelvic girdle and the pubis,
SHIFT Concussion Management Level 1,
TMJ-Temporalmandibular joint adjustments,
Acupuncture Foundation of Canada level 1&2
Brad Cliff breathing practitioner
Direct bills to most Extended Health as well as accepting ICBC & WSBC Claims.