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John Wong

John's Bio goes here

Kara Fernandes

Kara Fernandes graduated from the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in 1997. She has been working at North Burnaby Massage since that time. Continuing education classes Kara has taken include Paul St. John's Neuromuscular Therapy, Aquatic Therapy, Myofascial Therapy, Muscle Balance and Function, Bowen Technique and Muscle Energy.
Kara has experience in treating a wide variety of ailments including but not limited to ICBC, sports injuries, stress related problems, TMJ dysfunction and general soft tissue pain and injuries.

Lee McGuire

Lee attended the West Coast College of Massage Therapy in Vancouver, BC, which he graduated from in 1997. He has practiced Massage Therapy exclusively at North Burnaby Massage Therapy Clinic. Besides Massage Therapy, Lee enjoys traveling, hiking, biking and reading. Visit Lee's website.

Upon approval Lee will invoice ICBC directly. ICBC's treatment limit for Registered Massage Therapy is 12 treatments within 8 weeks from the date of loss (accident date). Lee does not bill WCB directly.

Angela Johal

Angela Johal has been practicing Massage Therapy for 10 years. She graduated from the 3000 hour program at the West Coast College of Massage Therapy. Her years of practice has given her experience treating many different patients in a wide variety of conditions. She uses techniques from deep tissue massage to teaching stretching to assist her clients in their recovery. Angela enjoys traveling, acquiring knowledge from people and books and spending time with her son.

Katherine Short

Katherine Short is a graduate of the 3000-hour Registered Massage Therapy program at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy (formerly known as Utopia Academy) graduating in August 2014. Katherine has experience working with a variety of different conditions such as postural dysfunction, over use injuries, headaches, tempomandibular joint dysfunction (dental work), whiplash, digestive disorders, pre and post natal massage, common musculoskeletal conditions, neurological disorders, scar work, chronic pain and stress management as well as sports related injuries.

Katherine is also working part time for the Canadian National Mountain Bike Team as their Registered Massage Therapist at World Cup events. In her spare time she likes to mountain bike and trail run. Katherine uses a variety of techniques such as myofascial release, neuromuscular therapy, trigger point therapy, Craniosacral therapy, deep tissue massage as well as Swedish relaxation massage.

Katherine encourages her patients to take an active role in their health, offering advice after treatment on strengthening and stretching exercises that will promote recovery, wellness and prevention of injuries. Katherine encourages those who come in for treatment to ask questions and be open and honest about their condition so she can provide the best possible treatment.