Anthony Maximilian Onah is a registered Physiotherapist who graduated in 2016 from University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation/Physiotherapy. Having worked in a variety of settings: hospital based physiotherapy, orthopaedic hospital, ICU, medicine, and post surgical unit, he brings a multifaceted perspective to treatment.
He also has a history of working with people with complex musculoskeletal conditions, athletes, post fracture, post surgery and stroke patients.
Anthony Maximilian is a registered Physiotherapist with Medical Rehabilitation Therapists Board of Nigeria (MRTB) and a member of Nigerian Society of Physiotherapy (NSP), professional body of Physiotherapists in Nigeria. Dedicated to continuing his education and evolving his skills, he consistently thrives to evolve his practice by merging the most current, evidence based literature with a holistic approach. He is passionate about his work and takes pride in connecting with his patients as they embark on their healing journeys.
His strength is his ability to listen to his clients and provide the education they need to have a successful outcome. He inspires them to make lasting changes in their lives and achieve their goals. He feels the most important aspect of rehabilitation is good communication between client and physiotherapist: 'it is a relationship where both parties have to complete their assigned tasks'.
Anthony Maximilian, knew he wanted to be a physiotherapist since his early years after his late younger brother had sciatic nerve injury (injection palsy). This motivated his decision to create a difference for people with such or related injury through physiotherapy practice. Anthony Maximilian is a firm believer in practicing what you preach. He has enthusiasm for healthy living and fitness and loves to be active including, running and working out, although most times he does these activities indoors.
He always has a saying that "being physically active has nothing to do with one's location, one can choose to engage in exercises at any place and at any given time of the day". He is also a firm believer in leading a balanced lifestyle and the importance of spending quality time being in touch with family and real friends.
His favourite conditions to treat include chronic pain, sports-related injuries, post-surgical recovery, such as:
Patellofemoral Pain (anterior knee pain) Post ORIF Surgery (all joints) Sciatic Nerve Pain Achilles Tendinitis Chronic pain related to myofascial dysfunction Women’s Health issues including post-partum care and Diastasis Recti
Anthony Maximilian is a registered Physiotherapist with Medical Rehabilitation Therapists Board of Nigeria (MRTB) and a member of Nigerian Society of Physiotherapy (NSP). Graduated in from University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus with a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation/Physiotherapy.
Anthony Maximilian Onah at a Glance from Enugu State, Nigeria. earned a Bachelor of Medical Rehabilitation/Physiotherapy from the University of Nigeria in 2016. received good number of student creativity and achievement award as a physical therapist undergraduate. Presidential Candidate National Association of Physiotherapy Students (NAPS) 2014, served in the capacity of Chief Whip of the House 2014 and public relations officer, University of Nigeria Medical Rehabilitation Students Association (UNMERSA), 2015. worked as a chief intern physiotherapist in Jos University Teaching Hospital, Plateau State, Nigeria 2017/2018, treating a wide variety of injuries and conditions. worked as a Corp physiotherapist in General Hospital Enugwu-Ukwu, Anambra State, Nigeria 2018/2019, where he executed his managerial skills and had a good number of experience in community physiotherapy. moved to Awka in 2019 to continue practicing physiotherapy. Anthony Maximilian Onah also has passion for Entrepreneurship. He is also into healthcare products sells. He has been a web content writer since 2016. Healthcare Consultings is his major medical web project 2019, this was born out of the enthusiasm he has to continually provide services to patients and healthcare agencies without having distance as a barrier to offering these services.