Colin Shen

Colin Shen

BSc(Health Science), MPT

Colin graduated with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia after having completed a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from SFU. During his undergraduate studies, he worked as a researcher at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation at St. Paul’s Hospital. Before joining the Absolute PhysioCare family, Colin gained valuable clinical experience from various institutions such as GF Strong Rehabilitation Center and Vancouver General hospital.

Colin prides himself in advocating patient-centered care, and he works hard to provide each client with a unique plan of action for treatment. His areas of interest include musculoskeletal, neurological, respiratory, ergonomic, and sports physiotherapy. He is extremely patient and caring, and incorporates evidence-based physiotherapy techniques in his sessions. This includes individualized exercise prescription, manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation, various muscle-energy techniques, and soft tissue release techniques.

Colin has worked with both coaches and athletes on the SFU varsity basketball team during his undergrad, and he enjoys playing basketball, soccer, and badminton. He is passionate about staying active and going to the gym regularly, and in his leisure time he enjoys spending time outdoors and exploring all that BC has to offer on its many bike paths and hiking trails.

Colin Shen

BSc(Health Science), MPT

Colin Shen

Colin graduated with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy from the University of British Columbia after having completed a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences from SFU. During his undergraduate studies, he worked as a researcher at the Centre for Heart Lung Innovation at St. Paul’s Hospital. Before joining the Absolute PhysioCare family, Colin gained valuable clinical experience from various institutions such as GF Strong Rehabilitation Center and Vancouver General hospital.

Colin prides himself in advocating patient-centered care, and he works hard to provide each client with a unique plan of action for treatment. His areas of interest include musculoskeletal, neurological, respiratory, ergonomic, and sports physiotherapy. He is extremely patient and caring, and incorporates evidence-based physiotherapy techniques in his sessions. This includes individualized exercise prescription, manual therapy, mobilization, manipulation, various muscle-energy techniques, and soft tissue release techniques.

Colin has worked with both coaches and athletes on the SFU varsity basketball team during his undergrad, and he enjoys playing basketball, soccer, and badminton. He is passionate about staying active and going to the gym regularly, and in his leisure time he enjoys spending time outdoors and exploring all that BC has to offer on its many bike paths and hiking trails.