One word can sum up why Nicholas became a Physical Therapist: Progress. The atmosphere of Physical Therapy is always positive and any level of progress is celebrated. Every time a patient is able to move with greater ease, lift more weight or has less pain is a triumph for both the patient and their therapist. He considers it an honor to play a part in seeing people make progress in their abilities and reach their goals.
Nicholas received his undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Utah and his Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of Miami. He has had experience working with a variety of injuries and operations and uses both hands-on skills and exercises to relieve pain and get patients back to what they love to do! Nicholas uses education to explain what is causing pain and how the exercises and techniques will help the patient. He focuses on empowering patients to take an active role in their recovery.
Outside of the clinic, he enjoy spending time with his wife, Kelly, and his two boys. He enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking, cooking and photography. He also enjoys going to local events, farmer’s market, festivals, and other community or church activities.