Lead by specialist Physiotherapist, Richard Fuller, we are committed to on-going professional training.
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!
With a commitment to high quality service and achieving results, we ensure that you receive the best care available.
Andre completed a Master of Physiotherapy in December 2019 at the University of Technology, Sydney. Prior to this, he obtained a full athletic scholarship at Anderson University in South Carolina USA, where he completed a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology with a focus on Pre-Physical Therapy. Andre has played football (Soccer) at the elite level in Europe, USA and Australia. He recently played in the NPL1 in Canberra, ACT and will continue to play at an elite level in South Australia in the coming season. Most recently, Andre worked in private practice in regional NSW, liaising and working closely with General Practitioners, Orthopaedic and Neuro Specialists, and Case or Plan managers. Andre is passionate about delivering high-quality physiotherapy solutions and his sporting and academic achievements give him an edge in sports injury management, orthopaedic rehabilitation and performance-focussed strength and conditioning exercise.
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.
Our highly qualified therapists are experts in their fields.
Raph graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, following a family tradition of working in healthcare. He is a registered physiotherapist with the Australian Physiotherapy Board and a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Having previously worked as an insurance broker for 8 years, he transitioned into physiotherapy with a focus of delivering optimal outcomes based on patient preferences and lifestyles.
Raph has a keen interest in strength and conditioning in older populations to improve quality of life. He most enjoys getting to know his patients’ unique circumstances and finding a solution to match each individual. He believes in educating and informing patients as to what is going on with their body and how this relates to their daily life.
In his spare time, Raph plays for the Burnside Lacrosse club. He previously spent many years as a martial arts instructor, as well as having a healthy experience with cricket, volleyball, soccer and football. He also enjoys chess, reading, and spending time with his dogs.