Burnaby Physiotherapist  - Ryan Wong

Samuel Chiang

RMT

Samuel first started his schooling at Douglas College in Sports Science; this naturally transitioned into Massage Therapy at Vancouver Career College where he graduated in 2018. He was introduced to this field at a massage orientation workshop and was impressed with the healing benefits and positive effect it brings to people.

After graduating, Samuel gained experience at a spa, learning relaxation and Swedish techniques. He then transitioned into a massage therapy clinic where he learned to use a combination of Swedish techniques, myofascial release and trigger point therapy to help his patients’ with their everyday pains and injuries.

As he starts at Absolute PhysioCare and Sports Rehab, he hopes to work with athletes to help and improve their performance from existing injuries. He is also very excited for the opportunity to work and learn from physiotherapists and chiropractors and see how a team- oriented clinic helps people recover from their injuries.

In his spare time, Sam likes to play most sports, especially basketball and volleyball; He also enjoys hanging out with his friends and family.

Samuel Chiang

RMT

Burnaby Physiotherapist - Ryan Wong

Samuel first started his schooling at Douglas College in Sports Science; this naturally transitioned into Massage Therapy at Vancouver Career College where he graduated in 2018. He was introduced to this field at a massage orientation workshop and was impressed with the healing benefits and positive effect it brings to people.

After graduating, Samuel gained experience at a spa, learning relaxation and Swedish techniques. He then transitioned into a massage therapy clinic where he learned to use a combination of Swedish techniques, myofascial release and trigger point therapy to help his patients’ with their everyday pains and injuries.

As he starts at Absolute PhysioCare and Sports Rehab, he hopes to work with athletes to help and improve their performance from existing injuries. He is also very excited for the opportunity to work and learn from physiotherapists and chiropractors and see how a team- oriented clinic helps people recover from their injuries.

In his spare time, Sam likes to play most sports, especially basketball and volleyball; He also enjoys hanging out with his friends and family.