Harry (Harminder) Toor
Harry (Harminder) Toor
Harminder (Harry) is co-owner of Envision Physiotherapy. He also splits his clinical time between both the Vancouver offices in the Diamond Healthcare Pavilion and the Target Fitness, Broadway location. Harry is a Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapist focused on manual techniques and exercise. He graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy. Since graduation he has pursued his education to a very high level. He has received his Diploma in Sports Physiotherapy from Sport Physiotherapy Canada, is a Part A certified Manual Therapist, a Charles Gunn IMS practitioner, and he is a Canadian Red Cross 1st Aid Instructor. In addition to his long list of post graduate training, he has an extensive background in treating athletes from the local to the international level. His experience and training include: • Envision Physiotherapy; full-time therapist for the National Mens Downhill Ski Team (Slalom & GS) involved travel with athletes to world competitions throughout Canada, Asia and Europe (2004-2007); Member of Canadian Medical Team, 2006 Winter Olympics - Torino, Italy; Sport Physiotherapy B.C. (Course Instructor, Council Member); Therapist for the UBC Thunderbirds Mens Ice Hockey Team (1998-2003); Sport Physio Diploma (from Sport Physiotherapy Canada); RCAMT (Resident, Part A Manual Therapist); C.G.IMS Practitioner (from Oct, 2008); Red Cross 1st Aid & CPR Instructor; 1st Responder Certified; Athletic Taping; Creator of VancouverSportsPhysio.com. To see the full list of course that Harry has completed, refer to his clinic website. Through his training and experience, Harry has developed very critical assessment and treatment skills worthy of our National and Olympic level athletes. At Envision Physiotherapy he works with clients of all ages and abilities for 30-60 minute one-on-one sessions.
viaSport Return to Sport
As of March 11, 2022:
- Masks are no longer required.
- Individual businesses and event organizers can choose to continue requiring masks on their premises.
- Reminder to the sport community to be respectful of people's differing comfort levels and that as we transition into this period, people may still choose to wear their mask.
As of April 8, 2022, proof of vaccine will no longer be required.
- Individual businesses and event organizers can choose to continue requiring proof of vaccination for entry.
- Additional guidance may be in place. See the Province of B.C.'s provincial restrictions page for more information.