We want you to get the most out of your life so whether you have neck or back pain, headaches, pregnancy related pain or sport injuries....
We're here to help you!
Our team of therapists work hard to provide you with individualised treatments, using an evidence based approach to help you move and feel better.
We treat using a holistic view of the body which can be applied to many complaints including back pain, sports injuries, aches and pain or even if want advice on your golf swing.....we're here for you.
Meet Your Healthcare Team
Dr Kym Nicol
B.Sc (Clin.Sc) M.H.Sc.(Osteo)
Kym enjoys treating people of all ages from children through to the elderly and has a special interest in women's health and treating women during and after pregnancy. She has completed further courses to enhance her knowledge in obstetrics, treatment for pre and post pregnancy and post-pregnancy pelvic pain. She has also completed additional training in osteopathic treatment of infants and children, tongue tie and infant feeding.
Kym utilises many techniques in her treatments, including soft tissue massage, joint manipulation and indirect techniques better suited to infants and those wishing for a gentle treatment.
She encourages patients to take an active role in their health by educating them about their condition while also prescribing home exercises and ergonomic advice when necessary.
Outside of work you will find Kym spending time with her husband and three young children. A keen hockey player, you will also find her running around on the hockey field.
Dr Jesse Redden
B.Sc (Osteo) M.H.Sc.(Osteo)
Jesse enjoys educating patients about their pain and outlining structured but flexible management plans towards their return to health. Jesse uses a combination of exercise rehabilitation and hands on treatment including soft tissue massage, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation and indirect techniques. He also has further training in Dry Needling and Myofascial Cupping to help complement his management.
His passion for Osteopathy and helping people began at an early age when he helped at his local football club after games; umpiring and writing off-season fitness programs for his fellow teammates. In his final years of school Jesse was a high-level runner competing at national running championships against people from all over the Australia. Growing up in the small South Australian country town Mundulla, Jesse grew up playing all kinds of sport and participating in community events including football, cricket, tennis, motocross, golf and athletics.
Since moving to Victoria for study Jesse has also completed a Bachelor of Sport Science and Personal Training qualification where he coaches strength and conditioning whilst helping clients return to sport following injury. Here Jesse has helped a wide range clients from children to professional master’s surf boat rowers who went on to be Victorian Champions.
Outside of work, Jesse enjoys having a round of golf, exercising and enjoying an ice-cold beer watching some footy to unwind after a busy week.
Dr Sallyanne Eaton
B.Sc (Clin.Sc) M.H.Sc. (Osteo)
Sallyanne treats a range of acute and chronic injuries using a variety of techniques including soft tissue massage, myofascial release, joint articulation and exercise rehabilitation. Sallyanne has completed further studies in mindfulness meditation and breathing dysfunctions and also MINDD training for gut-mind health for mental health issues.
Sally is a TPI (Titleist Perfomance Institute) certified golf assessor. She is trained to screen golfers for areas of tightness, weakness or lack of muscular control that may be affecting their game. Sally can then tailor a treatment plan and exercise program to address these issues.
Previously Sallyanne has worked as a football trainer at the Werribee Centrals and Williamstown CYMS football clubs and was a volunteer with St. John Ambulance.
Outside of work Sallyanne enjoys playing golf, reading, sewing her own clothes and hanging out with her cat Slinky Penelope.
Dr John Hickey
B.Sc (Clin.Sc) M.H.Sc. (Osteo)
John's passion for Osteopathy began at an early age after seeing an osteopath for a sporting injury he sustained as a kid.
John enjoys treating a variety of different conditions from a diverse demographic with an interest in chronic pain, headaches, migraines and sports injuries.
John has been involved in sport his entire life and participated in numerous local sporting events in Ballarat having attended school at St. Patrick's College. School is where he developed a strong sense of community for the township of Ballarat and its people.
John grew up having participated in track and field athletics, footy, rugby karate, tennis and many other activities. As a result, he has seen his fair share of injuries and enjoys working closely with his patients to aid them in their return to activity.
John is passionate about helping people achieve their goals, with an emphasis on patient education and rehabilitation which compliment his hands-on techniques in the treatment room including: joint manipulation, soft tissue massage and indirect techniques.
John has further training in Dry Needling and Myofascial Cupping which he likes to use to compliment his treatments where necessary.
When John is not in clinic, you can find him at the athletics track working up a sweat, sipping on a coffee at the café or playing with his gorgeous Border Collie, Pip.