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Nancy Elkin

Nancy Elkin Registered Physiotherapist

Nancy D. Elkin graduated from the University of Toronto, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine in both Physical and Occupational Therapy. Since graduation, Nancy has worked as both a Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist, but primarily as a Physiotherapist.

Nancy began her career as a Physiotherapist in Toronto at the Bloorview Children’s Hospital before moving to Alberta. During her time in Alberta, Nancy worked as a Physiotherapist at the Foothills Hospital in Calgary and at the Alberta Children’s Hospital where she worked as an Occupational Therapist.

Nancy’s career then brought her back to Ontario where she worked as the Senior Physiotherapist in the Rehabilitation Department at Kingston General Hospital. While in Kingston, Nancy also conducted research in both the Department of Biomechanical Engineering and the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and was a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. She also spent time as an Occupational Therapist at St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital in Kingston.

Upon her return to the Niagara Region, Nancy became a founding partner of Community Rehab, one of the largest and most respected rehabilitation service providers in Ontario. Nancy worked at Community Rehab for many years, but eventually moved to Elkin Injury Law to provide advice, support and guidance to many of our clients. At the firm, Nancy also consults with the Elkin Injury Law team on medical and rehabilitation issues.

Outside of her work as a Physiotherapist, Nancy is a strong contributor to the Niagara Community. Nancy is on the board of the Alzheimer Society of Niagara and a past member of the Landscape Committee at Ridley College. Nancy is also a certified Tai Chi instructor and she can often be found teaching Tai Chi at the Wellspring Cancer Support Centre and throughout the Region. Nancy also enjoys skiing, cycling and training their boxer dog.

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