Physio at the Tourney and at the 3×3.

We are very happy to let you know that we have a great and very skilled volunteer join our Tournament this year.

TJ will be onsite to help with sports related injuries providing both first response and guidance for rehab. TJ will be a Centennial all Tourney long except Saturday during the day when TJ will be at our 3×3 Eliminations at Heritage Woods.

“I met TJ in the last few months in the Langley Events Center Sports Medicine Clinic and besides her love of sports (and especially basketball), I have been impressed by her physio work with my new knee and just how fast I recovered. And am so happy that when TJ learned about our Tournament, she jumped right in and volunteered to help.”
Rob – Tourney Director & Founder of the 27th Annual Gr9 Boys Tourney

TJ’s Resume
Born and raised in Merritt BC, TJ completed her Bachelors of Human Kinetics at UBCO in Kelowna BC before receiving her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2020 at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK. She currently works at Langley Sports Medicine Clinic and SportsPro Health Clinic. TJ has experience working with all ages and populations including but not limited to chronic pain, acute musculoskeletal injuries, sports related injuries and ICBC/MVA injuries. TJ has experience working within the CJFL, CSSHL, BC High School Sports and plans to further continue her sports physiotherapy experience and certificates. She is currently the Venue Medical Director for the 2024 BC Summer Games being held in Maple Ridge.

TJ has a keen interest in sports related injuries, using evidenced based practice, pain education and active rehabilitation. She is certified in TrP-DN (IMS) via Acupuncture Canada. TJ offers services in both English and Punjabi. When she isn’t working, you can typically find TJ spending time with her family, playing a game of soccer or basketball or volunteering with youth sports. “

TJ (Tejinder) Cheema, MScPT, BHKin

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