Karunagaren graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Physiotherapy from Asian Metropolitan University in 2013. He also successfully completed 6 months of clinical training abroad in Chettinad Hospital & Research Institute of Chennai, India.
Upon graduating, he started his career with the Malaysian Cricket Team, based in the national cricket stadium in Bandar Kinrara Puchong, as the national cricket team’s physiotherapist, travelling with the team to various countries and being responsible for the athlete’s physical well being, safety, rehabilitation and optimum performances in the sport. He also conducted first aid training for the level 1 coaches on common injuries and its management in the game of cricket.
His career advanced to a different setup when he started working with Portea Home Medical Services in 2015, a company which provide home physiotherapy services. He was based in Johor Bharu and was exposed to various neurological and musculoskeletal cases.
In 2016, He joined TAGS Spine and Joint Specialists in Johor Bahru (JB) with the aim of broadening his knowledge and improving his skills in this field and to also put into practice the experience obtained through the years.
He has attended courses and is an experienced Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization practitioner, completed a course on hydrotherapy and Kinesio taping techniques and has undergone certification as a junior Muay Thai (kick boxing) instructor.