Aabed is an Adelaide trained physiotherapist with an interest in a wide range of musculoskeletal, spinal and orthopaedic conditions. He has strong experience in manual and manipulative therapy along with home exercise prescription. Aabed can also speak Farsi/dari, Hindi and Urdu
Katy has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of South Australia. She assesses movement and multiple systems of the body to determine cause and effect. Katy speaks Vietnamese and English. Outside of practice, she enjoys yoga, being outdoors and spending time with family and friends.
Khoi Pham Physiotherapy
Khoi has graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He has a keen focus on treating a diverse range of musculoskeletal conditions and sporting injuries.
He achieves this through using manual techniques such as dry needling, spinal mobilisations and manipulations. To achieve long term goals and prevent re-injury or recurrence of pain he promotes exercise to build a strong and resilient body. Khoi can also speak Vietnamese.
Founder of Nutri4life
Adeline is the Director of Nutri4Life and is also an Accredited Practising Dietitian as well as a Registered Pharmacist. As a Dietitian and Nutritionist, Adeline works with individuals who are looking to create sustainable long-term healthy lifestyle changes; effectively manage medical conditions; and improve their health through good nutrition. By taking small achievable steps along with good nutrition and support, Adeline will guide you through your journey to achieve long-term health and well-being.
Juliana Chen graduated with a Masters of Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University. She has worked for 14 years in both hospitals and in private, and has worked extensively with adults and children with weight issues including weight loss or weight gain, IBS, Coeliac, Crohns, Ulcerative colitis, bariatric surgery, gastric bypass, post –pancreatectomy, renal diseases, enteral feeds, PEG feeds, hyperlipidaemia, hypertension and fussy eaters. Her special interest is in Diabetes and she has worked for 5 years as a Diabetes Dietitian. She is passionate about educating people who have diabetes on how to manage their diabetes with diet and lifestyle.
Alexandra is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia as a clinical psychologist. Alexandra has an special interest in working with young people struggling with their mental health and also in working with mothers throughout the perinatal period and adjustment to parenthood up to early childhood. Alexandra speaks English and Spanish.
B.Soc.Sc.; P.G.Dip. Psych.; M.Psych. (Health); MAPS FCCLP
Louise is a registered Clinical Psychologist with over 14 years experience. She works with adults with a variety of psychological issues using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness, and EMDR.
Huy graduated in 2012 as a Podiatrist. He deals with a large variety of painful foot conditions, ranging from overuse injuries such as plantar fasciitis to simple conditions such as corns and warts. Diabetes assessments, general footcare, children’s feet and musculoskeletal problems. Huy has an interest in custom foot orthoses and the modification of these devices to suit patients depending on their specific needs.
Joanna has experienced and exposure to all facets of Podiatry. These include; diabetic foot management, biomechanical pathologies, paediatrics, and sports-related injuries.
Her special interest is diabetic foot care and she is dedicated to providing extensive and knowledgeable education to all her patients to prevent foot complications. Joanna is fluent in English and Vietnamese.
NP Exercise Physiology
Nick enjoys working in all aspects of physical rehabilitation with a keen focus on joint injury, workplace injury, motor vehicle injury and arthritis. Nick speaks at various Arthritis SA seminars to engage community awareness around the benefits of exercise on improving family life, general daily activities and health. Nick speaks Portuguese and has grown fond of Brazilian food. Outside of work Nick stays active with swimming, surfing and weight training.
NP Exercise Physiology
Kayla has experience working in a variety of areas including chronic disease management, chronic pain and disability. Kayla also has a special interest in women's health including pre/post partum exercise and is passionate about empowering women to help them achieve their goals.
Nicole Li is a qualified, registered and experienced acupuncturist with over 31 years clinical experience in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). She has a medical diploma in TCM, with a Master's Degree in Acupuncture from RMIT University.
Nicole offers therapeutic acupuncture for a wide range conditions and ailments such as: Acute and chronic pain release, Hay fever, infant and early childhood massage, women's health related: Menstruation pain, fertility assistant, postpartum recovery & menopause, smoking cessation