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Edwin Han (principal)
Edwin graduated from University of Queensland in 2000. He commenced his career in Tweed Head General Hospital as a permanent full time position. He has gained experience in many sectors such as outpatients, medical, surgical, fracture clinic, intensive care and pediatric. Edwin challenged to establish Eight Mile Plains Physiotherapy in 2003. Edwin completed many professional development courses throughout muscular skeletal and pediatric sectors. The number of treatments that Edwin provided is over 100,000 cases. He likes to do hands-on work not only in physiotherapy clinic but also making and building carpentry and cabinet works. Edwin actively involved in a tennis club for over 20 years.
Min Hee graduated from the University of Queensland with Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2010. Min Hee has developed her skills in chronic pain management in aged care setting and sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the private sector over several years. She has a special interest in chronic pain management, post operative orthopedic rehabilitation and work and posture related injuries. She is mom of two little ones. She enjoys bringing up her kids, and is always looking forward to travel and share her interests with them.
Daniel completed his physiotherapy degree in South Korea (Yonsei University) and Australia (Curtin University), and since graduating has been working at Korea University Medical Center (Guro and Ansan Hospital), the aged care and private setting. Daniel has completed several courses such as, NDT, Bobath, Dry needle, and Wrist and Hand. Daniel has a keen interest in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries, including neck and back pain. Outside of work, Daniel enjoys playing sports such as soccer, basketball, tennis and swimming.
Shirley graduated from Bond university with bachelor of biomedical science and doctor of physiotherapy. She has worked in medical centres and aged care facilities in melbourne and brisbane. Shirley’s main area of interests are chronic pain management (including neck and back pain), post surgical rehabilitation and geriatric conditions. She enjoys helping her patients to reduce risk of re-injury and improve their function. In her spare time, Shirley also enjoys swimming, travelling and reading.
Physiotherapists conduct clinical exercise program
Corey has a particular interest in helping clients and managing their pain, using specialised techniques such as myofascial release, muscles energy technique, trigger point massage and deep tissue massage. He can also expertly perform in relaxation (swedish) massage and sports massage.
Corey is a big advocate for self-healing. So he encourages self-myofascial release and educates clients on foam roller and corrective exercises to help clients’ symptoms.