As a Specialist Occupational Health Physiotherapist and fellow of the Australian College of Physiotherapists (ACP), Richard is a recognised leader in his field. He has held several ‘on-site Physiotherapist’ positions, and provided injury management, rehabilitation and prevention services with employers across a range of industries including healthcare, underground mining, car manufacturing, packaging and defence for over 26 years. Richard is passionate about ergonomics, movement for healthy living, cycling and fishing!
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Luis studied his degree in Physiotherapy from The University of Antofagasta, Chile and has a Postgraduate Diploma in Orthopedic Manual Therapy in Techniques of Evaluation and Manipulation of the Limbs and Soft Tissues, from Andres Bello University, Santiago, Chile. He has 11 years of experience in rehabilitation as a physiotherapist, always related to the musculoskeletal area working in privates hospitals, clinics, amateur and professional sports events.
In his home country, he worked in one of the most prestigious private hospitals of Chile ( Clínica Las Condes) in its Sports Medicine Centre where he treated high-level athletes as well as amateurs athletes developing rehabilitation plans for orthopaedic and post-surgery sports injuries. His area of interest and speciality was in regard to hip, shoulder and knee injuries.
Most importantly he worked in the last Olympic Cycle with the Olympic Committee of Chile, travelling with the delegation and treating athletes in the field and the base clinic. The sports which he worked with was shooting, athletics and squash at the following international events:
Olympic Games, Rio de Janiero (Brazil), 2016
Iberoamerican Athletic Games, Rio de Janiero (Brazil), 2016
Panamerican Games, Toronto (Canada), 2015
South American Games, Santiago (Chile), 2014
Bolivarianos Games, Trujillo (Peru), 2013
Luis is passionate about fitness and well being and he is convinced that one of the ultimate goals for a high level of general wellness is to get stronger than before. It is because of that, that he decided to get into the fitness industry in order to increase his knowledge to help his patients and clients. He obtained his Cert IV as a personal trainer in the Australian Institute of fitness and became a Strengthening and Conditioning Coach with the Australian Strengthening and conditioning Association, which has allowed working in these amazing Australian industry since 2017.
Languages spoken: Spanish
Olivia graduated from Flinders University with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy double degree. Since graduation, she is now an Australian Physiotherapy Association Member, and AHPRA registered Physiotherapist.
She has an active approach to rehabilitation and extensive massage experience that has developed from years working as a South Australian National Football League (SANFL) sports trainer.
An avid Ballet and dance enthusiast, Olivia has a keen interest in Pilates exercises and training.
Lead by specialist Physiotherapist, Richard Fuller, we are committed to on-going professional training.
Chan oh Kim
Chan Oh graduated from University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He is now registered with Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency.
Chan Oh is interested in musculoskeletal issues and sports injuries. He recognises the importance of evidence-based practice (integration of clinical expertise, client values and evidence) and believes that the combination of both passive and active treatments provides the best outcome.
Chan Oh enjoys his spare time playing sports, such as badminton and basketball, and watching movies.
Languages spoken: Korean
Physiotherapist/Pilates Co ordinator
Christine was born in Seoul South Korea. In 2003, while studying a Bachelor Degree in Dance she was introduced to Pilates. She immediately loved how Pilates gave her a better understanding of the body, posture, and movement. She graduated in 2006 and completed her training with several classical Ballet RAD certificates in the following years.
Christine is a fully qualified mat, studio rehabilitation Polestar Pilates instructor and she has completed a Gyrotonic teacher training. During the last 6 years Christine has trained different profiles of people including seniors, ballerinas, athletes and popular Korean actresses among others. Christine loves helping people to achieve their physical goals and her passion for well-being moved her to Adelaide 2012 to extend her knowledge studying Health Science, and a Bachelor of Physiotherapy.
Christine works as both a Physiotherapist and a Pilates Co-Ordinator/Instructor with Aim.
Languages spoken: Korean and English
Aidan obtained a Masters of Clinical Exercise and Rehabilitation in 2015 then worked in neurological rehab in Melbourne. He also worked in community health with the Western Bulldogs ‘Sons of the West’ program and recently relocated to Adelaide.
He has also been involved in high-level sports coaching and training, including cricket, hockey, AFL, and most recently with North Adelaide Football Club.
Aidan has a passion for helping with issues such as health aging, quality of life and positive exercise experiences. Aidan is experienced in treatment for chronic health conditions including type 2 diabetes, cancer, osteoarthritis and joint issues, chronic pain management, weight loss and low confidence exercisers.
Hayami graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. She is accredited in Exercise Physiology and Exercise Science with Exercise and Sports Science Australia.
Hayami’s clinical experience has largely focused on chronic disease management where she advocates empowering people through education and a graduated approach to exercise to help them achieve their health goals.
Outside of work Hayami is actively involved in training, coaching and event management of Kendo (japanese fencing), most recently taking on the role of sports convenor for Kendo at the Australian Masters Games.
Change happens through movement and movement heals – Joseph Pilates
After discovering Pilates over 10 years ago I still to this today enjoy the challenge of mastering the technique and continually evolving on my journey of having a healthy mind and body in our fast paced life. After years of running and being a ‘gym junkie’ plus having two children, Pilates offered me that time to ‘destress’ as well as reconditioning my body.
My experience of teaching over the last 10 years only fuels my passion for supporting others for a happy and healthy life. Qualified with Diploma in Pilates Instruction for Studio and Mat repertoire with Polestar Pilates who offer training with physiotherapists and a comprehensive learning environment.
Having worked in numerous Adelaide studios and elite gyms has given me an opportunity to expand my knowledge further from others who share the love of Pilates both on a fitness and remedial level.
As a physiotherapy student, I have always been interested in the movement of the body and fascinated by the relationship between body and movement. I was introduced to Pilates by my friend Christine, who is an experienced Pilates instructor/Physiotherapist. Ever since I started Pilates, I fell in love immediately and I never stopped practising.
In fact I love Pilates so much that I took the Pilates instructor course from Polestar and became a Pilates instructor!
Personally, I am a very active person and I tried numerous exercises in my life. But I easily get bored with one activity, so I have never done one exercise for a long term except Pilates. Pilates has transformed my posture, strength, body awareness, as well as the way I look for everything.
As a Pilates instructor, I am excited to help other people to develop their body awareness, strength and mind. Hope that my clients feel the same way I feel about Pilates and love it!
Languages spoken: English and Korean
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Since I was young, I’ve grown up being an active person and have always been passionate about fitness, exercise and body movement. That’s what got me into furthering my studies in Physiotherapy and Pilates. I was first introduced to Pilates by a friend and it only took me one class to become intrigued and committed.
Pilates has allowed me to improve my posture and body awareness, transformed the way my body moves and given me a sense of community, all while having fun! Pilates is now my primary source of exercise. The endless form of movement combinations that Pilates offers constantly challenges both my body and mind. As an instructor, my satisfaction comes from helping guide clients through their journey of movement and discovering how capable they truly are.
Languages spoken: English, Malay and Mandalin
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Lucy started working for Aim Physiotherapy in February 2016, and it is her first time working in an admin role. Lucy works part-time at our Oakden clinic and is also studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science at the University of South Australia. Lucy hopes to one day work as a research psychologist or in mental health.
Outside of work Lucy likes to write music, and sings and plays the guitar. She also likes to do aerial yoga and Pilates to stay active.
With a commitment to high quality service and achieving results, we ensure that you receive the best care available.
Jo joined the Aim Team in August 2017 as Receptionist to all 3 clinics.
Jo has many years experience in the work force with an expansive background in administration, hospitality and the last 7 years running her own beauty business.
She enjoys having quality family time with her 2 children & husband, long walks & runs with her dog & her new new passion for upcycling old & antique furniture with chalk paint & distressing.
Adam joined the Aim admin team in 2018, coming to us with a background in science and retail.
Look out for him treading the boards somewhere around Adelaide in one of the musical theatre groups he is involved with. Or you might spot him volunteering at a Science exhibition instead.
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I am a qualified Remedial Therapist specialising in sports movement and injury rehabilitation. I completed my first qualification in Allied Health Assistance at Tafe SA majoring in Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy and began working as a physio assistant. I then proceeded to complete a double degree; Certificate IV in Massage Therapy and Diploma of Remedial Therapy. I did further training to specialise in sports movement and injury rehab. I have experience working with physiotherapist, chiropractors and podiatrists as well as athletes both amateur and elite. I did some training with the Adelaide 36ers basketball team during their pre-season training and also worked on a tour with Bike SA during one of their annual events treating all the cyclists. I also have experience working with AFL footballers, soccer players, netballers, cricketers, track and field athletes and volleyball players. I have now begun further study doing rehabilitation psychology where I will be looking at the psychological aspects of injuries and physical conditions and how they affect the individual and their loved ones as well. I have a strong passion for helping people overcome setbacks and helping them achieve their goals, no matter how big or small they may be. Helping clients be all they can be and live life to its fullest is the ultimate goal.
When I’m not working I enjoy playing basketball and tennis, going hiking, playing video games and spending quality time with my family with our family dinners and game nights.