Mohammad is a Registered Physiotherapist who believes movement pain and dysfunction can be rehabilitated with the use of targeted exercises facilitated by manual therapy and needling (acupuncture /dry needling) when warranted. He is an advocate for exercise programs that are not complicated and/or requiring advanced equipment, but instead he uses simple tools to help your movement imbalance and recovery.
Mohammad completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honours (BKinH) from the University of Calgary. He went on to complete his Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT) from the University of Alberta. His desire for continued knowledge and growth led him to complete his Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) through Evidence in Motion. He has also trained in dry needling and has obtained his medical acupuncture certification through Acupuncture Canada.
Mohammad has experience collaborating with pelvic health physiotherapists, helping patients improve the complexity of their conditions by addressing imbalances that influence pelvic floor health as well as other parts of the body.
Mohammad focuses on evidence-based practice and patient centered care. This allows patients to be in control of their recovery and obtain optimal results with fewer visits.