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Exercise Physiologist

Sukhi Kambo

Sukhi has loved exercise physiology since her first exposure during her undergraduate degree. Being engaged in body mechanics and how to optimize movement and fitness has never felt like work. She is highly motivated by her diverse range of clients and seeing their progress on a daily, weekly, and long-term basis. Sukhi loves the challenges of managing chronic disease in a healthful and empowering way, as much as she loves supporting passionate and motivated athletes train to win their next championship race.

Sukhi feels proud to be part of Harrison’s collaborative care model. She appreciates the dedication every member of the team brings to a client’s care plan and how freely knowledge is shared to ensure overall success. The genuine compassion shown each day is exceptionally valuable to Sukhi.

Sukhi graduated from the University of the Fraser Valley with her Kinesiology degree in 2007. She has since become a registered cardiology technologist, a pacemaker technologist, and has completed her exam to qualify as an American College of Sports Medicine Clinical Exercise Physiologist. She has worked in cardiac rehabilitation for the District of North Vancouver, as a kinesiologist for Copeman Healthcare, and as a cardiology technologist instructor at Stenberg College. 

Being active is how Sukhi stays social – run, hike, walk, skate, snowshoe, rock climb, bike, yoga, weightlifting and dance – you can find her enjoying it all! She’s also incorporated more meditation, mindfulness, and a gratitude practice to her day, which has positively touched every aspect of her life. Nothing, however, brings her greater joy than having her husband and two beautiful children by her side.

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