About me

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“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give” (Winston Churchill)

My Story

Kyrill graduated from Vancouver Career College in 2017. Clinical experiences included BC Womens Hospital, Positive Living, VGH, Dania and Normanna health facilities (Parkinson’s, Fibromyalgia, Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis). In addition, over the past two years he’s had a great deal of experience in treating ICBC patients. Common injuries treated by ICBC patients include, disc herniations, whiplash, nerve damage and severe headaches. 

The combination of school and personal injury experiences allows Kyrill to use his intuition and critical thinking to define the root of the problem. His approach consists of listening and assessing followed by developing a treatment plan based on the patients goals and his findings. Kyrill practices primarily with a myofacial approach incorporated with proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation and joint mobilization. He is open to all patients, as his intentions are to help meet your needs. Each treatment is followed by a review of homecare to support one to live a healthy and balanced lifestyle. 

In school, Kyrill’s case study was on cervico-genic headaches. As this headache is commonly caused by high impact collisions, such as car accidents. He also has experience on treating different other types of headaches such as migrane, tension and cluster headaches. 

From a very young age Kyrill has always been active and passionate about working with his hands. Sports such as basketball, soccer, and football were a huge part of his life growing up. All of which taught him important life lesson. Especially basketball, as Kyrill devoted most of his childhood and adolescence on training. In his teens, Kyrill represented the Drive basketball team. This team represented BC and would play the best teams and players from around the world every year at tournaments in Los Angelos and Las Vegas. Intense training over time took a beating on Kyrills body. He would often receive treatments from physiotherapists, chiropractors and massage therapists during his adolescence. After experiencing numerous injuries to his body, he began to build an interest in the medical field. 

Kyrill finds balance through family, friends, sports and helping others. He is forever grateful to have found a profession that he truly enjoys. Kyrill is honored to be an RMT and feels as though it is his duty in life to help others.