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Osteopaths are manual therapists who assess the body as a whole. We believe problem solve what leads to injury so the correct diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation can be implemented. We aim for pain relief, improved strength and mobility to have you functioning at your best. 

Osteopaths work with both acute and chronic conditions. We work with you to identify your goals and make sure there is a plan to get you back to what you love doing. Treatment may include massage, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, stretching, dry needling and rehabilitation programs. Indirect and gentle approaches are used for children, babies and patients wanting cranial osteopathy. 

Nicola studied Osteopathy at RMIT, graduating in 2017. After years of working in Middle Park, Melbourne, she has returned to Warrnambool and is practising from 122 Health. 


Being a keen runner, Nicola enjoys treating general aches and pains, running and sports injuries, postural and mobility restrictions as well as headaches, neck and jaw pain. 

Nicola treats all ages (including newborns) and has works with mothers and babies to assist feeding. 


Nicola has completed further training including courses: 

Cranial Osteopathy for infants - Maureen Maher 

Suck, Swallow, Breathe - Caroline Stone

Primitive reflexes - Jamie Taylor 

Paediatric placement in indonesia - Jorge Aranda 

Merging with the health - Sean Gleeson 

Lactation consultant training - 500 hours

Dry needling - Manual Medicine Australia 

Clinical pilates training - DMA 


122 Health, Warrnambool 

Discover Health Group, Portland

Sandy Beach

 Osteopaths focus on the neuro-musculoskeletal system, which comprises bones, muscles, nerves and other tissues that support the human body and control its movements. They provide musculoskeletal and nervous system assessments, manual therapy, clinical exercise programs, and movement, postural, positioning advice and ergonomic assessments. 

Osteopaths can manage a range of conditions including:

  • Neck and back pain

  • Arthritis

  • Sciatica

  • Headaches

  • Vertigo

  • Repetitive strain and overuse injuries

  • Pregnancy-related discomfort

  • Tendonitis

  • Sports injuries.

Because osteopaths believe that there may be a musculoskeletal link in many conditions, osteopathy may also help with a wider range of disorders.


Nicola has completed various paediatric courses and training in order to treat infants. She is also in training to become a lactation consultant, currently being a certified breastfeeding specialist and Possums NDC provider. Helping both mum and baby is a passion so mum and baby sessions are offered. This includes assessment, treatment and take home advice and support. Please contact the clinic to book. 

Group sessions and one on one sessions can be booked. Please contact the clinic to arrange these. 

First appointment: 115
Subsequent appointment: 97
Private health can be claimed instantly at reception.  



122 - 124 Fairy Street



Tel: (03) 4504 5884

Fax: (03) 4504 4702

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