Kristina is an accredited exercise physiologist who completed a Bachelor of Science (Human Movements) at the Queensland University of Technology. Kristina strongly believes that exercise is medicine and lives by the quote "Those who think they have no time for exercise, will sooner or later have to make time for illness" by Edward Stanley.
Kristina works with a broad range of chronic disease and injury, in particular Osteoporosis and falls prevention, Diabetes and low back pain. She has also completed additional training and is qualified in Clinical Pilates.
Robbie is an accredited exercise physiologist and has completed both a Bachelor of Sports Science at The University of Newcastle and a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology at The University of Queensland.
He is passionate about helping people improve their health and fitness goals through a holistic approach. He works with acute, sub-acute and chronic medical conditions, injuries and disability. His speciality areas include cancer, metabolic diseases and disability.
Robbie was diagnosed with Type One Diabetes when he was 20 years old and has personally found exercise as a great tool to control his Diabetes. This led him to believe that exercise is vital for overall health and well-being.
Aimee Tucker is an accredited exercise physiologist and is our senior exercise physiologist at the Macgregor clinic. She has an extensive background in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic condition management. Her specialities include arthritis, osteoporosis, chronic pain, lower back pain, type II diabetes, heart disease and cancer survivorship.
Aimee believes that physical activity and exercise are important to health and the prevention and treatment of many chronic diseases. She is passionate in delivering a hands-on and enthusiastic approach to make exercise enjoyable, sustainable and rewarding. She also believes a team approach with other allied health professionals is important to delivering the best possible outcome for the patient.
Bevan Chen is an accredited exercise physiologist and holds a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. Prior to completing his degree, Bevan had extensive training and experience in personal training for healthy populations. Bevan’s specialty areas are in musculoskeletal and metabolic rehabilitation, particularly in older adults. He is extremely passionate about exercise and movement therapy and sports and enjoys helping clients progress and achieve their goals through clinical exercise, education and moral support.