Jimmy Tayal is a registered physiotherapist who graduated in 2009 from Baba Farid University of Health Sciences in India and has worked in a variety of settings, including hospital-based physiotherapy, outpatient orthopedic clinics, surgery, neuro-rehab, and community settings, with more than 8 years of experience. He has a history of working with people with complex musculoskeletal conditions, athletes, and people post-fracture and post-surgery.
Jimmy focuses on assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation using treatment techniques such as myofascial release, trigger point therapy, cupping, and correction of posture and movement patterns through therapeutic exercise. Integrating IMS (dry needling) into his physiotherapy practice allows him to diagnose and treat the chronic myofascial pain that can be present in the musculoskeletal system in the absence of any obvious sign or inflammation. well-versed in the necessary skills and adept at identifying the cause of trauma and designing safe and effective treatment plans for patients suffering from sports and work-related injuries, motor vehicle accidents, dysfunction, and chronic pain management in the neck, shoulder, and lower back.
Jimmy is also a certified vestibular therapist. Problems like vertigo, dizziness, visual disturbances, motion sensitivities, and feelings of being off balance can be associated with inner ear dysfunction. Many vestibular conditions can be easily diagnosed and appropriately treated in clinic and with home exercises.
He believes in taking a holistic, hands-on approach to empower clients to take an active role in achieving their personal goals and maximize their function. He enjoys problem solving and endeavors to find ways to help people improve their quality of life and maximize their potential. He can communicate fluently in English, Punjabi, and Hindi.
In his spare time, Jimmy likes gym workouts and meditation.