Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy: Experience, Excellence, Results
Nick is highly skilled at treating all musculoskeletal injuries and has a special interest in tendon and muscle injuries in the feet, ankles, hamstrings and groin.
In 2020 Nick commenced research with world renowned researchers on the topic of tendon treatment through La Trobe University.
Due to Nick’s extensive physio education he has the knowledge and skills to accurately diagnose and design an effective treatment plan to reduce pain, rehabilitate and improve performance.
Managing Director Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy
- Athletics Australia – Tour Physiotherapist
- La Trobe University – Researcher
- Australian Physiotherapy Association – Sports Committee Member (Victoria)
- Masters of Sports Physiotherapy
- Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy
- Doctor of Physiotherapy (Melb)
- Masters of Applied Science (Exercise Rehabilitation)
- Bachelor of Exercise Science and Human Movement
Nick Cross is a leading physiotherapist in Melbourne, and the Managing Director at Melbourne CBD Physio.
Nick comes from a strong academic background with experience in exercise physiology and remedial massage alongside a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy and a Doctor of Physiotherapy.
Alongside his work at Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy, Nick also consults for Athletics Australia, Australian University Sport, as well as Queensland and Victorian athletics teams as a physiotherapist, educator and para-athletics medical classifier. Prior to this, he gained extensive experience as a physiotherapist through AFL Victoria at the Oakleigh Chargers FC. Nick is proud to have acted as their High-Performance Manager for the club between its premiership years over 2013-2015.
In his spare time, Nick is quite a keen runner, having been crowned a Stawell Athletics Club 400m Backmarkers winner. He is passionate about running injuries and high performance, having spent time in the United States at The University of Southern California and Europe shadowing running technology companies to learn more about load management, the impact of sports – especially on junior runners – and how injuries can be prevented.
Nick has an extensive academic background. He has gained throrough experience tutoring and mentoring undergraduate physiotherapists, presenting clinical knowledge to physios, doctors, coaches and athletes, as well as developing his own sources of research.
Alongside a fellow team of physios and academics, Nick commenced research through LaTrobe Univeristy in 2020 to study the methods of achilles tendinopathy diagnosis amongst physiotherapy practitioners. If you are reading this as a current physiotherapist, our tendon research needs you! Read more.