Nadine Ghawi

Registered Physiotherapist

Nadine received her Masters of Science in Physical Therapy at the University of Toronto in 2015.

Prior to completing her Masters, she received an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from York University. 

She has worked in a variety of settings throughout the continuum of care including with neurological patients, orthopaedic populations as well as acute care in major hospitals and private practices. Currently, she works with patients of all ages and treats a variety of conditions, including those with pelvic health ailments, musculoskeletal injuries, vestibular dysfunctions, concussion management, pre and post-surgical candidates, motor vehicle accident claims and WSIB claims.

 Nadine has continued her physiotherapy education with a special focus on women’s well-being and pelvic health in particular.  She assesses and treats pelvic conditions including incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain conditions, pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy and post-partum issues.

Nadine is also an instructor for the GLA:D program at Nobleton Physiotherapy, providing education and exercise classes for those with hip or knee arthritis.

Combining her previous experiences and knowledge, Nadine uses manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, athletic taping, exercise prescriptions, injury prevention and acupuncture which will allow her clients to achieve their goals for a full recovery.  She strongly believes in an integrated approach of treatments, not only treating the tissues, but also the whole person by taking a biopsychosocial approach, incorporating all biological, psychological and social factors that define the person.

She plans to further her education with additional postgraduate courses specializing in women’s health and to progress through the advancing levels of orthopaedic manual therapy.

When not involved in her professional life, Nadine can be found cooking, at the gym, travelling, and spending time with her husband and family.

She is a member in good standing with the College of Physiotherapists of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.

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