Dr Nick BisettoOsteopath
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    Dr. Nicholas Bisetto is a registered Osteopath who graduated from RMIT University with a double degree in health and applied sciences (Osteopathy).

    Nick was lucky enough to grow up in a family that promoted healthy living, so Osteopathy was a natural choice with its holistic and functional approach. From an early age he took great interest in how resilient the human body can be and, given the correct environment and support, the ability to heal itself.

    What initially drew Nicholas to Osteopathy was how treatment could be beneficial in treating and  managing so many different conditions across a person’s lifespan. Osteopathy is not limited to musculoskeletal complaints alone but can be useful for those suffering from chronic pain, headaches, stress, gastrointestinal complaints and respiratory disorders – just to name a few.

    Nicholas has also had experience in elite rowing at a national level as well as playing various other sports. His love for sport directly correlates to his love of movement, and how movement can affect our day to day life. From this background he has taken a keen interest in how motion is inextricably linked to function and how this can manifest as musculoskeletal complaints.

    Nick worked as a football trainer in the Victorian Amateur Football League where he aided in the rehabilitation of injured players. He has also completed a level-one dry needling and myofascial cupping course whilst studying at University – this has assisted in shaping Nick as an Osteopath with his keen interest in injury management, maintenance and prevention.

    Nick offers tailored treatments to suit the needs of the individual to assist in making a healthier and pain free life for his patients.

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