Available at multiple locations
Nick is furthering his education and is now pursuing a Doctor of Medicine degree at Dalhousie University. He is still available on a limited basis, with a focus on second opinion assessments, complex cases, and special requests; however, he will happily see you to attend to your rehabilitation needs.
Nick takes a very hands-on and thorough approach to his physiotherapy practice, which stems from his meticulous personality. He enjoys starting a client’s care from scratch and takes great pride in often finding out the source of someone’s problem that has been missed by other clinicians. Nick has taken post-graduate courses in hands-on techniques, spinal manipulation, medical acupuncture, and concussion management, allowing him to assess, treat, and manage a wide variety of conditions.
His penchant for orthopaedics was instilled while completing his Master of Physical Therapy from Western University, which is well-known for producing great orthopaedic physiotherapists, after completing two Bachelor degrees in kinesiology and biology at McMaster, and working as a Kinesiologist prior to his physiotherapy education.
Nick is a firm believer in getting people better as quick as possible and teaching them to self-manage. His philosophy is that if you are provided with excellent care that gets you back to normal rapidly, you will return to him with your next problem, or refer your friends and family after having a good experience. He also believes that you get out of physiotherapy intervention with what you put it into it, and takes a targeted approach rather than providing an overload of exercises.
- Concussion Management
- Spinal Manipulation
- Medical Acupuncture