Burnaby Physiotherapist - Thomas Okamura

Thomas Okamura

BSc(Kin), MPT

Thomas graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy, and from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. He has completed advanced training in vestibular rehabilitation, functional dry needling (IMS), joint mobilizations with movement, soft tissue release, and has a Level I certification under the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopedic Division.

Thomas has always been dedicated to living an active lifestyle and helping others reach their health and fitness goals. He was first introduced to physical therapy through his own injuries sustained as a competitive judo athlete. Once he saw the benefits of physical therapy in his own life he was determined to become a physical therapist and help others in their recovery from injuries. Thomas
uses his background in elite athletics and strength and conditioning to provide high quality care for all patients.

Thomas uses a combination of manual therapy, exercise, and education to help patients recover from an injury and achieve their goals. He enjoys treating a wide variety of patients and injuries, with a special interest in treating athletes, necks, and back injuries. He also enjoys providing medical coverage for sporting events including martial arts and soccer.

Outside of the clinic Thomas can be found doing judo, rock climbing, trail running, or playing the violin.

Thomas Okamura

BSc(Kin), MPT

Burnaby Physiotherapist - Thomas Okamura

Thomas graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Master’s degree in Physical Therapy, and from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. He has completed advanced training in vestibular rehabilitation, functional dry needling (IMS), joint mobilizations with movement, soft tissue release, and has a Level I certification under the Canadian Physiotherapy Association Orthopedic Division.

Thomas has always been dedicated to living an active lifestyle and helping others reach their health and fitness goals. He was first introduced to physical therapy through his own injuries sustained as a competitive judo athlete. Once he saw the benefits of physical therapy in his own life he was determined to become a physical therapist and help others in their recovery from injuries. Thomas
uses his background in elite athletics and strength and conditioning to provide high quality care for all patients.

Thomas uses a combination of manual therapy, exercise, and education to help patients recover from an injury and achieve their goals. He enjoys treating a wide variety of patients and injuries, with a special interest in treating athletes, necks, and back injuries. He also enjoys providing medical coverage for sporting events including martial arts and soccer.

Outside of the clinic Thomas can be found doing judo, rock climbing, trail running, or playing the violin.