Nalin graduated with a BSc in Molecular Genetics in 2005, and a BSc in Psychology in 2009 from the University of Alberta. Shortly after, Nalin completed a MSc in Physiotherapy from McMaster University.
Nalin completed post-graduate training in concussion management, vestibular rehabilitation, manual therapy, and chronic pain. Additionally, he holds certifications for acupuncture, spinal manipulation, diagnostic imaging requisition, and Gunn IMS. Nalin is one of the few McKenzie Credentialed Therapists in Edmonton.
Working in both the private and public sectors, Nalin has the privilege of treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, and many with complex presentations. Nalin developed and led the Emergency Department Physiotherapy, Complex Orthopedic, and Spine Access Alberta programs that ran out of the Strathcona Community Hospital. Furthermore, Nalin has presented to physicians and nurse practitioners on management of concussions, lower back pain, and examination of the knee and shoulder in the Emergency Department.
Provided his extensive background in physiotherapy, Nalin aims to educate his patients on how to restore/maintain one’s health as well as how to avoid future injuries through individualized treatment.
In his free time, Nalin enjoys spending time with his family, cross country skiing, hiking, and kayaking.