Physiotherapist & ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach
Nathan Duguid is a Physiotherapist and a member of our Jordan Springs team. Nathan’s first interaction with The Healthy Body Company was as a patient – in those days he was at high school at St Dominic’s College. This was when his initial curiosity of the human musculoskeletal system began.
Nathan graduated from St Dominic’s College in 2013 with fantastic HSC results and was awarded an academic excellence scholarship to Western Sydney University. At WSU Nathan studied physiotherapy where he continued to develop his passion and interest in how the body works.
Nathan excelled in his studies graduating with distinction from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Health Science/ Master of Physiotherapy. Nathan picked up some accolades along the way including membership of the UWS Aspire Leadership Program, a place on the School of Science & Health Dean’s Merit List in 2014 and 2017.
During his career, Nathan has worked for a wide variety of teams and events including:
- Regional, State and Australian level Touch Football
- Brothers PJRLFC and Windsor Wolves Ron Massey and Sydney Shield Teams
- State level Softball
- Local level netball, AFL, rugby league, rugby union, triathlon and trail running
Nathan is a physio who practises what he preaches; you’ll find him in the gym 5-6 days per week, looking to build muscle and strength in order to enhance his health. He also participates in representative level touch football for Penrith, as well as playing golf on a weekly basis with a modest handicap of 13.
Nathan believes when seeing a physio, the process should be a partnership between patient and therapist, working together to achieve optimal health outcomes. Nathan also has a keen interest in the latest research and evidence-base in physiotherapy, ensuring he stays on top of the latest developments in the field.
Nathan understands that by empowering people with evidence-based knowledge, they can take ownership of their health for long-term self-management and reduce the risk of re-injury.
Nathan is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) and Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA), where he is a qualified Level 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach. He has also completed the APA Level 1 & 2 Sports Physiotherapy Courses and APA Level 1 Dry Needling.