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Nikki Milne

Level 5, Bond Institute of Health and Sport, 2 Promethean Way, Robina QLD 4226

Professional biography

I have worked as a Physiotherapist since 2001. My clinical area of expertise is in the field of Paediatrics. I am the Paediatric Lead for research and coursework in the Physiotherapy department and in my role as Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education, I oversee all clinical placements for students in the Doctor of Physiotherapy program.
My research is focused around child health and fitness and clinical education, where I have partnered with NSW Health and the NSW and QLD Education Departments in developing models for student led, School Health programs.

Professional admissions

  • Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Member - National Paediatric Group
  • Australia and New Zealand Obesity Society (ANZOS) Member
  • American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Member
  • Australian Council of Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) Member

Teaching expertise

Paediatric Physiotherapy
Chronic Disease and Disability / Child Obesity
Clinical Education

Teaching awards

  • 2011 - Student's Award for Academic Excellence


  • PHTY92-413 - Physiotherapy for Chronic Disease and Disability
  • PHTY92-414 - Chronic Disease and Disability Clinical Practice
  • PHTY92-409 - Neurological Physiotherapy
  • PHTY93-415 - Maximising Human Potential


  • Master of Physiotherapy, Griffith University
  • Bachelor of Exercise Science, Griffith University
  • Graduate Certificate in Clinical Education, Bond University
  • Bachelor of Primary Education Studies, Charles Sturt University
  • Master of Education - Early Childhood Education, Queensland University of Technology