West End (235 Wallace Avenue)
Practice style (Philosophy)
Nikki’s practice is heavily influenced by movement and exercise to help clients reach their personal wellness and performance goals. As a movement optimist, Nikki’s treatment approach focuses on biomechanics, motor control and exploring new ways to move to allow patients to return to meaningful activity. Ultimately, Nikki loves to educate and empower clients with knowledge and motivation to become active participants in their recovery process.
Nikki is passionate about sport and performance and continuously seeks new learning opportunities. After completing her Masters of Physical Therapy at Western University in 2018, Nikki completed a 1 year Sport Physiotherapy Fellowship with Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine clinic where she worked heavily with athletes at Fanshawe College, including contributing to the success of the men’s volleyball 2019 CCAA National Championship team. She has comprehensive experience in both clinical and on-field coverage for various sports such as basketball, football, rugby, baseball and soccer. Nikki has also completed additional training under the Advanced Integrated Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy system within the Orthopedic Division of the CPA and is in the process of attaining her Sport Physiotherapy Certificate
Bachelors of Science (honours) Kinesiology, McMaster University
Master of Physical Therapy, Western University
Sport Physiotherapist Fellow, Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine clinic, Fanshawe College
Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy, Level 1 and 2, Orthopedic Division of the CPA
Sport Physiotherapy Certificate level candidate
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