Our Team at Advanced Correction Chiropractic
Dr Charles Kathopoulis is a 2000 graduate of RMIT University, having completed a Bachelor of Chiropractic Science, and Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical), and was fortunate to complete his internship at the Wodonga Chiropractic Centre under the supervision of Associate Professor Alan Brady DC. Dr Charles lives in the local area with his wife Jenny and two children.
Dr Charles Kathopoulis is actively involved in the local community as a member of several charitable organisations and continues to actively participate in sporting activities such as soccer and Crossfit, and golf. He enjoys his numerous hobbies such as building cars, woodworking, hunting and camping with his children, and the areas excellent food with his wife.
He has a keen interest in functional movement and uses the principles of Chiropractic Biophysics™ in x-ray analysis and patient recommendations. Fundamentally his focus is on corrective and wellness based care for children and families.
Dr Nghi Huynh is also a graduate of RMIT Bundoora in 2000, having completed a double degree - Bachelor of Chiropractic Science, and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Clinical). Dr Nghi also completed a Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and Electrical) degree arlier in his career but turned to Chiropractic after having been successfully treated himself. He actively participates in woodworking, leatherworking, high-intensity fitness activities and is an avid skier and snowboarder.
Dr Nghi is highly proficient in Gonstead Technique™, Thompson Technique with a focus on corrective Chiropractic care.
Dr Kirsty Coyle graduated with a Bachelor of Chiropractic and a Bachelor of Science from Murdoch University in WA in 2007.
Kirsty is originally from a sheep and wheat farm in WA. She moved to Albury on meeting her husband with whom she has two children.
Kirsty is often found at the local hockey turf playing or coaching. After over a decade of swimming teaching, she still enjoys the water but equally enjoys cooking, sewing and reading.
Kirsty loves the variety of general practice within Chiropractic and due to her background has particular knowledge in both pregnancy and sports-related treatments. She uses mainly drop piece and Gonstead techniques but enhances her practice to with a variety of chiropractic and soft tissue techniques to suit the individual.
Fraser Oakman is a Graduate of RMIT completing a double degree of Bachelor of Health Science and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Chiropractic). Fraser has lived locally his whole life in which he has engaged himself in numerous sports and Gym work. Fraser is profoundly interested in working on cars, footy and basketball.
Fraser enjoys a functional approach to treating patients, exploring the combination of posture and Rehab, as well as Chiropractic and soft tissue treatment. Fraser is also a registered practitioner of ABC Technique™ and Kinesio Tape™, while also focusing on Diversified and Thompson techniques.