Gevorg Eginyan


Gevorg completed his physiotherapy degree at the University of British Columbia (UBC). He has also earned his Bachelor of Kinesiology and Masters of Science degrees at UBC and spent over five years conducting research in the field of neuromuscular physiology and spinal cord injury at the International Collaboration on Repair Discoveries (ICORD).

As a strong believer in evidence-based practice, Gevorg places a large emphasis on a thorough assessment and treatment which combines exercise-based interventions, hands on manual therapy and client education to improve function, work, athletic performance, and overall quality of life of his clients. He is passionate about working with a variety of clients including adults and children with orthopedic, post-surgical, and sports injuries.

Gevorg also thoroughly enjoys working with athletes. Throughout his time at UBC, he gained valuable experience working with the UBC Varsity Men’s soccer team and Richmond Men’s Rugby Club as an athletic trainer. He has also worked with a variety of athletes at various sporting events including UBC Track and Field, Tennis BC, and Canada Cup Softball tournaments.

Gevorg’s treatment philosophy embodies client-centred care where his goal is to help clients build confidence in managing their own health and empower them to take an active role in their rehabilitation.

Outside of work, Gevorg enjoys hiking, running half marathons, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, playing soccer, and keeping up to date with the English Premier League.