Nathan received his bachelor’s degree in Exercise and Sports Science from Oregon State University and then went to Chapman University, where he graduated with his Doctorate in Physical Therapy. He was 1 of only 64 specialists in the state at the time of his examination, which is less than 4% of the existing treating physical therapists.
As a Teaching Assistant in orthopedics at George Fox University’s Doctor of Physical Therapy Program, he stays up to date on the most current treatment approaches.
He also has advanced knowledge in diagnostics, manual therapy, and therapeutic exercise. He combines a whole-body approach through a differential diagnostic evaluation to treat specific pain conditions, which provides patients with the best opportunity to reduce/eliminate pain from their daily lives.
Patients who are experiencing musculoskeletal pain, neurological pain, or need post-operative rehab would greatly benefit from his expertise.