Nick began his journey to become a Registered Physiotherapist at the Queensland University of Technology, where he first studied and obtained a Bachelor’s in Exercise and Sport Sciences. His passion for helping people achieve their health-related goals and his thirst for knowledge lead him to further his studies at the Australian Catholic University where he completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, graduating in 2021.
He is currently an Australian Registered Physiotherapist with practical and clinical experience in a wide variety of areas such as Orthopaedics, Musculoskeletal, Neurological and Cardiorespiratory Physiotherapy. With his additional Bachelor’s in Exercise and Sport Sciences, Nicholas is particularly interested in supplementing effective manual therapy with targeted and individualised exercise programs to help patients achieve their rehabilitation goals and live their lives to the fullest.
Nick’s passion for Physiotherapy began early on during his final year of high school, where a rugby related injury caused him to experience debilitating back pain. Luckily, he was able to make a full recovery and attributes this to the advice, education and training prescribed by a Brisbane based Physiotherapist. Having experienced the pitfalls of injury and then the elation of returning to his previous level of function, Nick instantly knew he would love to help others in the same way.
Outside of his role as a Physiotherapist, Nicholas lives an active lifestyle participating in activities such as surfing, weight training and most recently training for the Noosa Triathlon.