Meet Nadia Ramprasad, Registered Physical Therapist

Q: “Nadia, who do you love to help and why?”
A: “I love being a pelvic floor physiotherapist; I get a chance to change lives, every day. I help women take back a little piece of themselves, empowering them to create change, not only in their body but also in their mindset. Talking to somebody about such personal issues such as; pelvic pain, pain with intercourse and urinary incontinence, to name a few can be very difficult for many and I’m glad that I can be that ear — that safe place, and that support someone they can share that information with.”

Nadia Ramprasad


Nadia completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Western Ontario in 2003 and graduated in 2006 from D’youville College in Buffalo, New York with a Masters in Physical Therapy. Upon graduation she practiced in various locations throughout the United States, working in a variety of hospitals, rehab centres and outpatient clinics. Nadia took a special interest in pelvic health when she herself experienced ongoing pelvic pain and after seeing many specialists was left with many unanswered questions. It wasn’t until meeting a pelvic health physiotherapist that she was able to gain a better understanding of her pain and how it could be treated. Due to this experience, in 2009, when Nadia returned to Canada, she completed her first pelvic health course. Since then Nadia has continued to develop her skills by working with a variety of pelvic health clients and by attending ongoing educational courses.

Nadia is passionate about Pelvic Health and is focused on creating a rehabilitation program that is unique to each patient.

If Nadia is not in the clinic or playing with her sons, you’ll most likely find her at the gym, walking her dog, enjoying the outdoors or at yoga.

“Women, like men, should try to do the impossible. And when they fail, their failure should be a challenge to others.”
— Amelia Earhart