Shafeen Hirji - Station Physiotherapy


Owner, Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy (BScPT)
Certified Chan Gunn IMS Practitioner (CGIMS)
Certified Acupuncturist of the Foundation of Canadian Institute (CAFCI)
Level 3 Orthopaedics Certification

SHAFEEN HIRJI - Email Shafeen


Shafeen Hirji was born and raised in Burnaby, British Columbia. He grew up playing numerous community sports which included volleyball, baseball and basketball. He still attempts to keep up with the younger generation playing basketball and is an avid weight lifter. On the weekends, you can usually find him going on random ‘adventure’ walks with his son.

Since graduating from the University of British Columbia, in 2005, Shafeen has primarily worked in Port Coquitlam treating all types of clients throughout the Lower Mainland. During this time he has learned numerous treatment techniques and strongly believes in the importance of continuing education. He has developed a special interest in sport related injuries, orthopaedics including knee/ankle/shoulder conditions and pre/post surgical care.

Shafeen uses education, manual therapy, exercises, IMS and Acupuncture to achieve goal-oriented results. He strongly believes in collaborating with other health care professionals for more holistic approach, while educating clients to take an active role in their own rehabilitation program. After going through a significant knee injury himself, followed by surgery and rehab, he understands all aspects of an injury beyond a textbook.



Master of Science in Physical Therapy (MScPT)
Bachelor of Kinesiology (BKin)
Functional Dry Needling/IMS (Kinetacore)
Level 1 Orthopaedics Certification



Ivory Johnson was born and raised in Coquitlam, British Columbia. She grew up playing numerous sports but found her passion in rugby. Through various rugby injuries she learned the importance of proper rehab and injury prevention. Although she has hung up her rugby cleats for good, she still keeps active with running, cycling, yoga, and lifting weights. You can usually find her in the trails with her dog, Pai.

Ivory completed her Master of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Alberta, in 2017, and holds a Bachelor in Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia. Since graduating, she has continued to further her education – she is always looking for new evidence-based techniques to benefit her clients. She enjoys treating all clients and areas of the body, but takes a special interest in sports and orthopaedics.

Ivory utilizes an individualized hands-on treatment style including manual therapy, soft-tissue techniques, dry needling, corrective exercise, and education to return clients to optimal function. Working through her own injuries, she has realized the importance of taking an active role in your own recovery and hopes to inspire her clients to do the same.



Please come in 10 minutes early to fill out appropriate paper work.

  • Initial: $85 (45 min)

  • Subsequent: starting at $70 (30 minutes)

  • ICBC Initial/subsequent: Fully Covered If Approved

  • Full Body Screen: $140 (60 minutes)

  • Initial Vestibular: $140 (60 minutes)

  • Fitness Classes: Starting at $120 (4x60 minutes)

*We DO NOT see WSBC clients at this time*

We direct bill Pacific Blue Cross.

Frequently Asked Questions

Mission Statement


Station Physiotherapy provides a supportive and motivating environment using the highest standards of care.

Our goal oriented approach uses manual therapy, exercises and education to assist you in reaching your full physical potential.

Our principles are inspired by the West African Tabono symbol which represents:

Strength within: We constantly push each other to be better

Perseverance for clients: We are determined to achieve your goals

Purposefulness in the community: We want you to lead an active, healthy lifestyle