Vuko Tomasevic | Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist & Exercise Physiologist
I opened Aspire Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic when I finished my football (soccer that is!) career in 2013 and have been involved in sport for over 25 years. I have completed 2 Masters degrees and am a titled APA Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist, I am also an Exercise Physiologist, my extensive experience in physiotherapy further added to my on-field experience.
Through study and work experience, I have acquired specialist knowledge and experience on the best therapy techniques available. My experience includes working in reputable world “leading state of the art” rehabilitation clinics in London, Qatar and the Australian Institute of Sport.
I strive to give all patients the best service, which includes, but is not limited to, hands-on treatment, education about how to understand and manage your condition as well as providing a structured rehabilitation plan that helps to achieve your goals. At Aspire Physiotherapy our purpose is to develop and coach you through your own customised home exercise program to further support and improve your well-being.
Abdul Al Haji | Physiotherapist
I am a 24-year-old male who is very physically active and a firm believer that being fit is essential in maintaining a holistic and optimal level of health. I enjoy broadening my knowledge and am extremely interested in the human body along with its multitude of functions.
Although my fitness levels can be questionable at times, I am passionate about all forms of sport and thoroughly enjoy participating in soccer, swimming, NRL, Oz tag/touch football and bodybuilding.
I have always had a passion and interest in physiotherapy, especially sporting injury management. This was due to my ongoing participation in physical activity leading to various soft tissue injuries. Having a skilled and knowledgeable therapist was fundamental in maintaining my physical activity participation levels, especially for my overall health. My main interests include sports related injuries, orthopaedic rehabilitation, shoulder, and knee injuries.
Jessica Chhai Physiotherapist
The human body has always been fascinating for me to learn about, especially its resilience in bouncing back from an injury.
Having experienced numerous injuries through strength training, Hapkido and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, I’ve gained a huge appreciation of the physical and mental barriers that need to be overcome during the recovery process. This has been broadened by my experiences as a sports first aider for junior and college teams and within the hospital system where I worked alongside patients in acute care, stroke rehabilitation and the paediatrics unit.
As a physiotherapist, the biggest privilege for me is being able to efficiently and effectively optimise people’s rehab journey so they can get back to what they need and want to do. So whether you’ve got sporting injuries, have undergone joint replacement surgery or want to improve your overall mobility and strength, know that I look forward to working with you!