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Elite level rehabilitation for everyone

At Ares Strength Allied Health, we strive to help people of all levels achieve a pain free life.

Whether you are an athlete or couch potato, we can help you!

Ares Strength Allied Health
McGill Method Melbourne
Rehab Coaching

What makes Ares Strength Allied Health different?

Truly Individualised Injury Recovery:

Exercise programs based on your initial assessment; nothing is left unknown.



Learn about what is actually causing your pain how to manage it through exercise and lifestyle choices.


Get back to living your life:

Get out of the repetitive pain cycle and get back to doing all the things you love.

Prevention of Re-Injury:

Return to your activities stronger than before!


Long-Term Health:

Take long term care of common problem areas (such as the spine and knees) to reduce flare ups and prevent problems in the future.

Follow up Consultation

Our Services

Or send us a message and we will be in contact

Allied Health

Nick Adkins

Accredited Exercise Physiologist


Nick is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Nick studied in Ballarat, completing his Bachelor of
Exercise Science and Graduate Diploma in Clinical Exercise Physiology in 2014.

Nick has a particular interest and specialisation in rehabilitating lower back injuries such as:

  • Disc bulges

  • Facet joint pain

  • Spondylolisthesis

  • Nerve pain / nerve root compression.

He also has an interest managing chronic diseases such as Type 2 Diabetes and neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease and Multiple Sclerosis.

In 2021 Nick became McGill Method Certified by BackFitPro and is currently the only certified
clinician in Victoria and one of five
in Australia.


  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science – University of Ballarat

  • Graduate Diploma of Clinical Exercise Physiology – University of Ballarat

  • McGill Method Certified by BackFitPro

Nick Adkins
McGill Method Melbourne

Rebates and compensation schemes

We accept:

  • Private Health Insurance

  • TAC

  • NDIS (self-managed)

A GP referral is required for

the following schemes

  • Medicare

    • CDM (EPC)

    • Type 2 diabetes program

  • DVA

  • Workcover

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