Nathan is a graduate of the University of British Columbia: first with a Bachelor of Kinesiology, then with a Masters of Physical Therapy to better understand how the body moves and works. As someone who is passionate about getting to know people’s stories and evidence-based practice, Nathan enjoys coming alongside and helping people improve their movement, health and ability to do the things they enjoy. Nathan’s treatment is focused around manual therapy, pain education and exercise. In his spare time, Nathan enjoys hiking around beautiful BC with his wife and reading the latest research article in physiotherapy.
Hers, N., Sawatzky, B., Sheel, A. (2016). Age-related changes to wheelchair efficiency and sprint power output in novice able-bodied males. Ergonomics. 59(2), 291-7
Sawatzky, B., Hers, N., MacGillivray, M. (2015). Relationships between wheeling parameters and wheelchair skills in adults and children with SCI. Spinal Cord. 53(7), 561-4.