BSc(Hons) (ANU), BAppSc (Chiro)(PIT)
Ben has over 25 years of clinical experience, having practiced in both rural and urban settings in Australia and overseas. After initially studying science at the ANU, Ben undertook his chiropractic training at the Phillip Institute of Technology (now RMIT University).
With a focus on providing quality care to people of all ages, Ben is undertaking further study in paediatric care so that he can assist children to grow, move, and develop as best as possible.
Ben has a long service within the chiropractic profession, most recently as vice-president of the ACT branch of the Chiropractors’ Association of Australia.
Outside the clinic, Ben stays active with Tai Chi, swimming, mountain biking, and - when he can get to the beach – surfing. Otherwise he can generally be found riding around on his Triumph Tiger 1050.
Su Hwan Kim
BHlthSc, MClinChiro (RMIT)
Dr Kim graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Clinical Chiropractic from RMIT University in Melbourne. Prior to studying chiropractic, he had completed an engineering degree in the Republic of Korea.
Employing a holistic approach to patient care, Dr Kim has a keen interest in rehabilitative exercise, and the benefits of lifestyle intervention on musculoskeletal complaints.
In his spare time, Dr Kim enjoys choir singing, cooking, and practicing kendo.
BChiroSc, MChiroprac (Macq), ICCSP (FICS)
Martin graduated with a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science and Master of Chiropractic from Macquarie University, and has also been certified as an International Chiropractic Sports Practitioner by the International Federation of Sports Chiropractic (FICS).
He enjoys working with athletes of all ages, from social to elite levels of competition. Martin's focus is accurate diagnosis, and facilitating a safe and timely return to activity.
Alongside clinical practice, Martin is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Medicine and Surgery program at the Australian National University, and teaches anatomy and physiology at the University of Canberra.