Nick Nathan, CSCS, TPI-C. FMS-C
Physical Therapy Aide, Director of Strength and Conditioning/ Personal Training, Certified Golf Fitness Instructor
Nick Nathan splits his time at Physio Pro as a physical therapy aide and as our strength and conditioning coordinator. Growing up locally, Nick was a three sport letterman at Thomas Jefferson High School. He later went on to coach football, baseball, and basketball at his Southeast Denver alma mater. Nick began his career here at Physio Pro as an intern from Metropolitan State University where he studied exercise science and minored in recreation management. Six years later, he has helped many of our patients on the rehabilitation side, as well and the health and wellness side.
Working with Nate, along with the assistance of Karl and Nick, I don’t think I could be in better hands.
Nick is a great a trainer with knowledge beyond his years and a competitive prowess that will keep you in the zone!
From personal training, group exercise, golf ﬁtness/analysis, functional screening, and sports performance, our jack of all trades loves to help you reach your goals in a variety of ways. His level of expertise has developed over the years, as he became a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the NSCA and level 1 certified in Functional Movement Screening (FMS). A love for sports and interest in biomechanics led him to also get certified through the Titleist Performance Institute as a golf ﬁtness instructor. Patients who are looking for someone to help bridge the gap between rehab and their ﬁtness aspirations greatly entrust in Nick’s services. Experience with youth, high school, collegiate, professional athletes, post-op patients, and seniors have molded him into a well rounded member of our team.
When he is not at Physio Pro, Nick enjoys playing sports with friends, hiking, and spending time with his wife Erin, son’s Turner, Hunter, and Cooper.
If you have any orthopedic questions or inquiries about our clinic Nick can be reached at: firstname.lastname@example.org