Haoma Physiotherapy is run by Dr. Bahareh Ghanbari MSc., PhD (PT), a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist specialized in chronic pain, orthopaedic and sport injuries, women’s health and concussion management.
Consultations are available at two clinics in Vancouver and West Vancouver in British Columbia. Dr. Ghanbari offers these clinics to provide the clients with a range of refined treatment options and accelerated rehabilitation under the name of Haoma Clinics.
Musculoskeletal & Sport Injuries
Optimal results from the physiotherapy treatment can be mainly achieved by the physiotherapist’s in-depth knowledge of the body and its function combined with specialized hands-on clinical skills to..
Training & Education
Our life style, postural habits and our movement and handling styles will affect our body in longer run. Good posture can greatly improve energy levels, mood, and sense of well being by limiting and..
As we age, we might lose bone density and some muscle strength; our reaction time, balance and coordination might decline; range of motion in our joint will decrease and we might lose muscle mass.
Chan Gunn Intramuscular Stimulation
IMS treatment is an effective treatment for chronic pain and best suited to treat soft tissue pain that shows no obvious sign of ongoing tissue damage or inflammation, such as many forms of
The Schroth technique is a nonsurgical, conservative treatment for scoliosis. It uses exercises customized for each patient to return the curved spine to a more natural position.
Concussion is the most common brain injury and is caused by rapid movement changes such as whiplash or sudden direct blow/bump to the head or. The shaking and twisting of the soft brain
It is reported that one in three women in Canada has some form of PFD. The Cochrane Collaboration 2010 recommended that patients should receive physiotherapy treatment offered
Injury or damage to the vestibular system might affect the sensory information responsible for balance and eye movements. Vestibular disorders can be central such as Multiple sclerosis or..
Acupuncture originated from ancient system of traditional Chinese medicine. It involves the holistic approach of treatment based on the belief that the imbalance in the body’s energy (Yin and Yang)
Dr. Bahareh Is a pain guru. I had almost given up on my pains and was convinced that I have to live with pain for the rest of my life. She was recommended by a friend, so I gave it another try. After 6-7 sessions I noticed a significant change and I am still getting better day by day. Her treatment is a combination of different techniques that changes over time and each time you go. This worked best for me.
For chronic pain, Dr. Bahareh is a great person to go to. I had severe pain in my back for several years and had seen chiropractors, physios, massage therapists and so on. I went to see her as I was told she does research on chronic pain. She treated me with IMS, and gentle mobilization on the joints and muscles and later with a selection of exercises. My pain is now gone and I cannot believe it. Several friends of mine with very acute pain went to see her as well and they got a lot better within 1-2 sessions, so they could sleep at the night and stopped taking pain killers soon after treatment.
My experience with physiotherapy was fully pleasant and helpful. Dr. Bahareh patiently and expertly helped me work through my fear as I got my arm back into action.
Bahareh specializes in the treatment of chronic pain, muscular and orthopaedic injuries. She received her doctorate degree in Rehabilitation Sciences from the University of British Columbia and her Baccalaureate and Master’s degrees in Physiotherapy.