Nathan graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy in 2018. Prior-to he completed a Bachelor’s degree in Science at the University of Alberta in 2016, specializing in Psychology and Neuroscience. A passion for health and wellness has been an integral part of Nathan’s life, both inside and outside of the clinic. His pursuit of Physiotherapy was preceded by a long history of competitive sport with soccer and weightlifting. In addition, during his university career Nathan had the opportunity to work as a strength and conditioning coach for a wide variety of clients, training athletes and general populations alike.
Nathan’s approach to treatment emphasizes patient education and understanding, manual therapy, therapeutic exercise and other Physiotherapy techniques in the pursuit of rehabilitation, improving performance, and preventing future injury.
In his spare time Nathan likes to keep up with his personal strength and conditioning goals at the gym, take his dog Baxter for walks in the river valley, and spend as much time as possible with family and friends.