Active Release Techniques® Provider
Manual Therapy Practitioner
Years of Experience: 12 years
Parham is the clinic Director at PhysioFlow and a registered Physiotherapist in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario. Drive for constant improvement, education, experience, and an analytical mind, sets Parham apart.
Being a second generation Physiotherapist has given Parham significant exposure to the profession from an early age. Parham was in grade one when his father was promoted to Director of Rehab Department at a hospital for military wounded personnel. Parham spend few hours after school everyday (from grade 1-5) at his father’s rehabilitation department. Interaction with patients, staff, and his father’s role in patient care and management had a profound effect on his love for the profession, compassion for helping, and drive for quality patient care.
Parham completed his studies at Queen’s University in 2006. He currently has 12 years of clinical experience in treating neurological conditions, musculoskeletal injuries, orthopaedic cases, post surgery rehab, motor vehicle accidents, work related injuries, and Sports injuries.
In order to provide superior, evidence based care he has been committed to postgraduate courses, certifications, and seminars. He has taken multiple postgraduate courses in Manual Therapy, Sports Injuries, Active Release Technique, Resistive Strengthening, Soft Tissue Release Technique, Spinal Decompression Therapy, Kin-taping, Custom Bracing, Orthotic casting, compression Therapy.
Sports injuries are of special interest to Parham. It’s true that active people make the best physiotherapists, and Parham is more than qualified in this regard. He is committed to a healthy active life and regularly participates in the following sports/activities: Tennis, running, swimming, and weight/cardiovascular training.
Parham at a glance
Parham is a second generation physiotherapists, having been exposed to clinical settings from age six.
Grew up spending time at his father’s private practice clinic and Rehabilitations Department at military personnel hospital.
Moved to Canada at the age of 12.
Earned his Physiotherapy Degree from Queen’s University in 2006.
He became one of the youngest to graduate and start practicing as a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario.
Has 11 years of experience as a Registered Physiotherapist in Ontario.
Founded PhysioFlow in 2012 with one goal in mind; Multi-Disciplinary world-class Rehabilitation under one roof.
He preaches and lives an active healthy lifestyle. Loves swimming, tennis, running, cycling, functional training, interval training, cardiovascular training.