Nicholas (@nicholaslange) started off in the fitness industry as a personal trainer for several years, followed by a couple of years as an exercise physiologist working with endurance athletes. Not knowing how to manage clients with chronic pain, post operative or sports injuries, Nicholas was determined to become a physiotherapist. He enjoys solving problems related to gait patterns and working on posture with balance to influence the body to move better.
Nicholas believes that being fit and healthy doesn't necessarily mean achieving a great physique. He believes that it's a spectrum from being able to compete in the sport you want to do well in, to achieving a well-balanced lifestyle - mentally, physically, emotionally and socially. For Nicholas, he feels the happiest when being on the road bike or running around in the park with his loved ones.
Nicholas’s approach to bettering his client’s mobility and recovery stems from his patient and empathetic attitude. Nicholas helps his clients to explore a vast variety of alternative exercises and equipment to best fit their needs. Ultimately, he feels a sense of achievement in not only witnessing his client achieve their end goal but also being a significant part of their rehabilitation and recovery journey.