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Physiotherapy

Our Physiotherapy service is provided by Aim Physiotherapy and Work Health Solutions.

At Aim Physiotherapy, we understand that resolving your issues – whether they’re big or small – involves more than treating symptoms. Therefore, we will identify the cause of your problems, develop treatment programs, and invest in your education and self-management. Our physiotherapists offer expert advice, assessments, treatment and management for a wide range of patients around Adelaide.

Physio services include:

        1. Hands on treatmente
        2. Gym rehabilitation
        3. Exercise therapy/rehab
        4. Clinical pilates
        5. Performance monitoring
        6. Hydrotherapy

Funding + rebates

Our services are provided by Physiotherapists who are registered allied health professionals. Fees for their services may be covered partially or fully through:

      1. Private Health Insurance
      2. Medicare
      3. Department of Veteran’s Affairs
      4. Worker’s Compensation

Richard Fuller, FACP, APAM, BAppSc (Physio), GDOHSM.

Richard is a Specialist Occupational Health Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in 2011). He has served as the Chair of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) National Occupational Health Group (2009-2012) and a National Advisory Council representative (2006-2012). He is also a member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia (HFESA). Richard has contributed to a number of important APA projects including the development of Occupational Rehabilitation Position Statement and WorkCover SA’s Guidelines on Functional Capacity Assessments. Richard was the lead author in The APA’s Position Statement and background paper on ‘The Ageing Australian Work Force and Physiotherapy’.

Since graduating as a Physiotherapist at the University of South Australia in 1990, Richard has had extensive experience in both private and hospital settings, here and in the UK and has particular interest in work injury prevention and occupational rehabilitation. In July 2011, Richard completed a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management at the University of Adelaide. This included ‘Advanced Ergonomics’ and a research project involving implementation of a ‘Participative Ergonomics Program’ at an Adelaide public hospital. Richard is the owner and director of Aim Physiotherapy and Work Health Solutions. In June 2020, Richard was awarded the position of Adjunct Lecturer (Ergonomics and Occupational Health and Safety Management) in the School of Public Health at Adelaide University’s Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.

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