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After completing my Masters of Physical Therapy degree in 2006 from The University of Western Ontario, I have continued my education with post-graduate courses in manual therapy, Stott Pilates, acupuncture, functional movement screening, nerve mobilization and therapeutic taping. In 2015, I received a Diploma of Advanced Manual and Manipulative Physiotherapy from the Canadian Physiotherapy Association and am a Fellow of the Canadian Academy of Manipulative Physiotherapy.

My treatment approach includes obtaining a comprehensive history and performing a physical assessment to determine functional goals that are client-centered. Treatment may include: hands-on manual therapy techniques, acupuncture, therapeutic taping and individualized exercise programs to help clients achieve their specific goals.

My approach to healthcare is holistic, emphasizing the importance of nutrition, mental well-being and injury prevention on overall health and function. Past experience working in a variety of settings such as orthopaedics, neuromuscular rehabilitation, general surgery, home care and cardiorespiratory therapy has given me a diverse background and skill set.

I was a member of the medical team for the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games at the mountain biking venue and satellite athlete’s accommodations. I have worked with athletes of varying levels and have provided on-site physiotherapy for volleyball, soccer, basketball, curling, figure skating, triathlon and track and field events.

When I am not treating clients in the clinic, I enjoy traveling and staying active by skiing, scuba diving, exercising at the gym, and participating in yoga classes. As an active member of the Kempenfelt Rotary Club, I am able to give back to the community by organizing and participating in fundraising events.

MEET NICOLE

REGISTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST - MPT, BSC (KIN), FCAMPT, CAFCI

I have always had a passion for health, so it was only natural that my
career would follow a path that lead me to helping people achieve an
optimal level of function to perform the activities that they enjoy.

NICOLE ANSTETT
REGISTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST
MPT, BSC (KIN), FCAMPT, CAFCI