Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

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Msc in Physiotherapy, Curtin University, Australia

M.A in Business Studies, Edinburgh University


Past Employment:

2019 to present:  Self Employed Physiotherapist Manor Clinic

2019: Self Employed Physiotherapist, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

2017 – 2018: HomeCare Physiotherapy, Perth, Australia

2015 – 2017: LifeCare Physiotherapy, Perth, Australia



Additional roles:

Physiotherapist and volunteer for sporting events in Australia including IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3, Oxfam’s 100km trail walker, Dwellingup 100km and Cape to Cape mountain bike races.


Working Background:

Prior to Physiotherapy Nicki worked in a number of fields after her business studies degree from Edinburgh including advertising and recruitment. While living in Australia she returned to university to study Physiotherapy and completed her combined bachelors and masters and conducted her research on cervical/neck pain.

Nicki’s work in Australia included general musculoskeletal disorders and enjoys working with her patients to get them back to doing their activities pain free.  She loves to work with a range of patients which in Australia included elite teenage tennis players, long distance open water swimmers avoiding sharks and also a 103 year old weightlifter.

Nicki uses a mixture of manual therapy, dry needling (acupuncture) and progressive exercises tailored to your needs and sport specific exercises including where suitable reformer Pilates. She has a passion for knees having had multiple surgeries herself and knows that rehabilitation and recovery isn’t always the smooth road to success we aim or hope for. Additional interests include patients with dizziness (BPPV) and cervicogenic headaches (caused by neck pain) and is developing her skills further to specialise in jaw disorders (temporomandibular disorders TMD/TMJ).

Previously a gymnast, in her spare time she also enjoys cycling, indoor skydiving, weight lifting, reformer Pilates, gardening and walking her 2 crazy jack russells.


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