Passionate about learning, Nasrin has taken numerous post-graduate courses to advance her clinical skills and continues to be a lifelong learner in the field of Physiotherapy. She has training in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture from McMaster University and is also experienced in Functional Dry Needling techniques. She successfully completed Levels 1 and 2 of the Manual Therapy courses from the Orthopedic Division of the Canadian Physical Therapy Association. In addition, she has completed courses in the McKenzie Method (Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy), Mulligan techniques, Fascia Manipulation, Luigi Stecco techniques, and many more.
Nasrin believes her patients’ successful outcomes result from treatment that focuses on education, exercise, Manual Therapy (hands-on treatment) and Dry Needling.