Chloe Nichols

Chloe graduated from the University of Queensland with Honours in Physiotherapy. Throughout her degree, Chloe worked as a neurological physiotherapy assistant, a sports trainer, and a volunteer for young adults with special needs. Chloe has developed a keen interest in musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapy.

Chloe is a firm believer that “movement is medicine”, and the future of healthcare is one where exercise is prescribed before painkillers, and that diet and lifestyle are major contributors to well-being. Physiotherapy looks into the root of the problem – Chloe is excited to commence her journey as a practitioner. She is a firm believer that hands-on physiotherapy paired with exercise produces the best patient outcomes.

Her key interests lie in complex pain management; return to sport; return to work; acute and chronic injury management; injury prevention; and neurological physiotherapy.

Outside of the clinic, Chloe enjoys going to the gym and the outdoors – from hiking to Pilates to walking her pet Cavoodle.

Chloe is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Woolloongabba location.