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Erwin Ketterer


Erwin graduated from Simon Fraser University with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a focus in rehabilitation. He is a member of the BC Association of Kinesiologists and has been practising as a kinesiologist for more than 8 years. Having worked with multiple therapists and through his own research, he has developed a unique approach to applied kinesiology – kinesiotherapy.

As a certified kinesiologist, his main area of expertise is in physical rehabilitation for seniors mainly rehabilitation for hip, knee, joint replacement surgeries, stroke rehab, fall-related fractures and muscular weaknesses. For more than 7 years, Erwin has developed, implemented and coordinated customized therapy treatments that have helped seniors’ combat against age-related physical disabilities.


In addition, he educates seniors living in communities through educational talks and information sessions. This also helps empower residents, staff and allied healthcare professionals in preventing injuries and improving recovery times for the seniors in their care.


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Cynthia has a Bachelors in Kinesiology (1996) and Bachelors of Health Science in Physiotherapy (1998) from McMaster University, Ontario. In 2001, she moved to Vancouver where she held a position in the neuro-sciences team at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH).  For eight years, she gained broad experience through her work on orthopedics and in the medical wards at VGH.


She has also worked in the Acquired Brain Injury program at GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre with Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH).  Since 2007, Cynthia has been a member of the physiotherapy team at Neuro-Ability Rehabilitation Services, and has been working in residential care.

Cynthia Wilson

Registered Physiotherapist


Tina is a highly skilled and dedicated healthcare professional with extensive experience in the field of rehabilitation. She holds certifications in various specialized areas, including Certified Dry Needling (IMS), Temporomandibular Dysfunctions (Jaw Concerns), and Pelvic Health (Gender Unbiased). With over 20 years of experience both in Canada and internationally, Tina has developed a deep understanding of pain management, rehabilitation, and the management of chronic and systemic conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Tina is an active member of several professional associations, including the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK), Canadian Alliance of Kinesiology (CAK), College of Physical Therapists of British Columbia (CPTBC), Canadian Association of Physiotherapy (CAP), and Physiotherapy Association of British Columbia (PABC). Her commitment to professional development and staying up to date with the latest advancements in her field is evident in her memberships.

Tina Aslani

Registered Physiotherapist


Greg Willett


Greg graduated from Wilfrid Laurier University with a Bachelor of Kinesiology and a minor in Psychology. He is a member of the British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists, as well as currently attending the Canadian School of Osteopathy to become an Osteopathic Manual Practitioner.

Greg has experience working with and rehabilitating a diverse demographic of individuals ranging from seniors to high-performing athletes. He is passionate about helping others achieve their full potential and thus acknowledges the importance of implementing a personalized and holistic approach to injury and rehabilitation. Greg also understands the psychosocial factors that accompany pain and ailments and knows that health outcomes are strongly facilitated by personal connection and good communication with all of his clients. His mission is to create meaningful and lasting change for those who feel restricted or defined by their injuries or the current status of health.

Greg recently moved from Ontario to enjoy the beautiful outdoors that BC has to offer. In his free time, he enjoys activities such as hiking, mountain biking, skiing, weight lifting, and playing hockey.    

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Sydney Haygarth


Sydney graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology from the University of Regina and is a member of the BCAK (BC Association of Kinesiologists). While obtaining her degree, Sydney completed multiple internships with youth facing developmental and cognitive challenges, as well as within fitness facilities working with all populations.

Sydney has experience working with many populations including youth athletes, the general population, and older adults. She has worked with seniors within the fitness setting providing athletic programming and instruction. Sydney acknowledges that health is not just physical, but encompasses many aspects of an individual's life. Her main goal is to improve the client's physical, mental, and emotional well-being through movement. She is committed to creating and maintaining positive relationships with each client.  

Sydney grew up in Saskatchewan in a family that highly valued fitness. She is a retired competitive swimmer but continues to swim regularly. In addition to swimming, when Sydney is not at work she enjoys exploring hiking trails, cooking, and meditation. 

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Fereshteh has MSc in physiotherapy with over 15 years of experience in clinical practice. She moved to Canada in 2013 as a skilled worker. After passing a composite examination, she was registered as a kinesiologist.

She is experienced in the fields of sports injuries, musculoskeletal cases, and neurological diseases such as CVA, Parkinson’s Dx, etc. As she used to be a physiotherapist, she assesses physical activity-related matters and plans prescription exercises. In her opinion movement is life.  

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Zoey Samborski


Zoey graduated with a Bachelor of Kinesiology degree from Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, Halifax. She is a member of the BC Association of Kinesiologists. In addition, Zoey has a certificate in Disability Management from Dalhousie University.


Zoey has experience working with seniors and individuals with age-related and work-related injuries from her Kinesiology practicums and time as a Disability Case Manager. She believes in addressing barriers in recovery while still focusing on what an individual can do instead of what they cannot. She also feels strongly that mental and physical health are closely tied, and in order to support a successful rehabilitation, both elements must be addressed.


When she is not working, Zoey enjoys hiking in the north shore mountains, yoga, reading, and creating art in many different forms


Ronel Gallon

Wound Clinician

Ronel is our wound clinician who takes care of our patients requiring wound care. He has several years' experience as a nurse and wound clinician dealing with all types of patients including those with dementia.

His credentials include being a Certified Wound Care Nurse (University of Toronto), Certified Advanced Foot Care Nurse and Certified Dementia Practitioner.

Ronel's calm and relaxed demeanor makes him work well under pressure especially with seniors who suffer from dementia and cognitive impairment. He has extensive experience as lead in the process of intervention to de-escalate conflicts or incidents where patients become very upset or aggressive.


Sian Hoe Cheong

Registered Dietitian

Sian Hoe Cheong is an experienced Registered Dietitian with a Masters degree in Nutrition and Metabolism from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Science in Nutrition from the University of Saskatchewan. He completed his dietetic internship at the Regina Au’Appelle Health Region. ​


He is a member of the College of Dietitians of B.C., Dietitians of Canada, Diabetes Canada Professional Section and Commission on Dietetic Registration for the Academy of American Nutrition and Dietetics.

His work experience spans various areas of health care such as acute care, community care, residential care and administration. His special interests include diabetes, general nutrition, heart health and seniors health. He helps patients understand why making dietary changes is necessary to gain strength and good health. He believes implementing a dietary change plan that is both realistic and sustainable helps patient eat well and stay well. 


Jessie is responsible for scheduling our appointments, responding to inquiries from our clients, communicating with facilities, and invoicing. She also manages our social media platforms as well as designing and updating our website. ​

Before joining My Home Rehab, she was a customer service representative, transaction coordinator, and social media manager. 


Besides her work, she kept herself busy with her pets and crafts.

Jessica Jones Daluz

Coordinator/Office Admin

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