Nidhi Sharma, MS, DPT, OCS
Nidhi Sharma received her Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy in 2006 and Masters of Science in Kinesiology in 2008. For the past decade, she has worked in outpatient and hospital settings with a diverse population of patients with varying injuries and conditions. With her background in kinesiology, she believes in performing movement based biomechanical analysis of dysfunction to reach the underlying pathology, rather than just treat for the presenting symptoms. She is a board certified clinical orthopedic specialist.
Nidhi has a special interest in the field of Women’s health and is passionate about helping women lead a healthy life. She is trained by the Herman and Wallace Pelvic Health Institute.
Over the years, Nidhi has furthered her skills through many professional education courses and is formally trained in Maitland Approach, Mulligan’s Concept, Active Release Techniques and Trigger point Therapy. She has also been trained extensively in Functional Manual Therapy protocol as taught by Institute Of Physical Art. Using this approach, she performs functional evaluation considering the whole body as an intricate and connected system. She continues to dedicate her time and efforts to her continued education as well keeps updated with recent research, in order to provide the best possible care to her patients.
Nidhi not only strives to improve her patient’s function and quality of life but also makes continuous efforts to educate her patients about their condition and ongoing treatment. She firmly believes that an educated patient is an empowered patient, and is much less prone to future injury.
With her passion for dance, Nidhi has an abiding love for movement. In her free time, she learns ballet.