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Sunshine Coast Physiotherapist Nicky Suckle works in Absolute Health in Mooloolaba where she treats all musculoskeletal problems and provides rehabilitation in conjunction with, and independent to the Chiropractors at the clinic.
Absolute Health is a multi-modality centre with allied health professionals working together to provide a holistic approach to health care.
Nicky graduated with BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2003 from Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. She then worked in a hospital for a year, focusing on orthopaedics, musculoskeletal injuries, rheumatology, back pain and care of the elderly, prior to setting up her own clinic in Glasgow where she specialised in sports in juries and occupational health physiotherapy. She is qualified in Pilates and enjoys using this exercise form for rehabilitation. She is also qualified in dry needling.
In 2009 Nicky qualified from The London Veterinary College with masters in Veterinary physiotherapy and has been working in the UK with top event horses and international dressage horses and their riders. She also treats cats and dogs. More can be found out on Nicky's animal physiotherapy website: www.animalphysiotherapist.com.au
Nicky is a keen cyclist, hockey player and competitive horse rider and understands the necessity for injury prevention and quick remedial action in the event of injuries and minor niggles.
Andrew brings 10 years of Physiotherapy experience to the practice at Absolute Health following his move to the Sunshine Coast. Previously running a large private practice in Bundaberg for 8 years, Andrew and his family have moved to the Sunshine Coast for a change of lifestyle. Andrew graduated from University of Queensland with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2004. He has completed post-graduate strength & conditioning, advanced taping, acupuncture, dry needling & workplace rehabilitation certificates and is a Level II Sports Physiotherapist.
Andrew has worked with many sporting teams on field, including the Australian Ski & Snowboard teams during the FIS World Cup in 2012. He has also worked with National, International & Olympic level athletes and professional NRL players during his time in practice.
Sunshine Coast Physiotherapist Dom made the move to the Sunshine Coast from Townsville in North Queensland. He completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy at James Cook University in 2013 and has worked in private practise ever since. His time in Townsville was spent in a leading sports injury clinic treating all types of musculoskeletal injuries.
Dom has a keen interest in basketball, both as a player and a physiotherapist. He has worked with the Townsville Crocodiles and Fire (NBL and WNBL teams) as well as the Adelaide 36ers and Perth Lynx. Currently on the Sunshine Coast he is the physiotherapist for the Sunshine Coast University Rip QBL teams.
Coming from a basketball background he has particular interest in treating ankle and knee problems, as well as neck, shoulder, lower back and workplace injuries. He has completed further courses in Dry Needling, Rocktape, spinal treatment and sporting hip and groin injuries, and uses these modalities in treatment sessions.