GET TO KNOW NEXUS REHAB

Our team of experienced Physiotherapists have been helping people regain their health and function since 2015. We travel to the clients home, or where ever they decide is most appropriate. This could be the local pool, gym or park if you really want. We don't need much space. We work with what you have available to you and use an evidence based approach to collaborate with you and ensure you are on track to achieving what you want to be able to do as quick as possible. Unsure where to begin, contact us to find out if we would be a good fit.

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Physiotherapist

DOMINIC WADE

Originally trained in the UK and worked as a Specialist MSK Physiotherapist. Dom's experience lies in working with people who have neurological, orthopaedic or rheumatology problems.

 

This includes people that suffer with persistent pain problems such as chronic regional pain syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis and axial or peripheral spondyloarthropathies. Mild traumatic brain injuries include concussion or vestibular issues. Other neurological conditions such as Parkinson's Disease, Stroke rehabilitation or spinal and nerve injuries. Orthopaedic injuries include muscle, joint and ligament injuries for people of all ages and abilities. He has a particular interest in back pain, hip and lower limb injuries. But is just at ease working with neck, shoulder and elbow pains too.

Grounded in evidence-based practice, he aims to expertly work with his patients to reach their goals as quick as possible. Individualized treatment may involve the use of a combination of exercise and manual techniques to move better and feel better. He has developed mentoring programmes and teaching for other physiotherapists and continues to do this.


Dom enjoys a wide variety of sports and activities including hiking, swimming, rugby, skiing, and scuba diving.

Rickey Singh

Physiotherapist

Rickey began his career in rehabilitation as a kinesiologist in 2014, after completing his Bachelor of Kinesiology at University of British Columbia. He began working primarily with individuals who sustained injuries in motor vehicle accidents. He realized the importance of active rehabilitation, as well as providing care based on the individual’s goals and needs. After three years, he decided that he wanted to broaden his horizons and was accepted to the Physiotherapy Program at Robert Gordon University in Scotland. Since Graduating, Rickey has expanded his expertise to treat a variety of conditions, such as concussions, vestibular and inflammatory conditions, chronic pain and sports-related injuries. Over his 8-year career, he has realized rehabilitation is a two-way street. Health care providers and patients being on the same page leads to better health outcomes for the patient. Rickey will always take the time to learn about your hobbies, goals, and how your injury has impacted the quality of your life. Treatment will always be focused on the individual’s needs, which will be a program specifically tailored using manual therapy, soft tissue techniques, and exercise prescription.

Alongside manual therapy, Rickey provides active rehabilitation, sports rehab, exercise prescription and vestibular physiotherapy