Edward Kim is an Australian physiotherapist, educated in Sydney at James Ruse Agricultural High School, and graduated from the University of Sydney in 2010. Ed has worked with many sporting teams in aged care clinics and operated his own private practice in Sydney before relocating to Singapore. After Covid, he and his wife sought new opportunities in Singapore.

Edward brings with his experience and training (and love for nasi lemak) a passion for all sports, particularly association football and grappling. Ed was a state-level school pentathlete; he possesses excellent theoretical and practical knowledge of track and field.

Ed looks forward to helping everyone realise their potential and assist in feeling and performing to their full potential.

Qualified From: The University of Sydney

Past Employment: St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney, Clinical Australia and Green Square Health

Favourite Conditions to Treat:
With my sports background, I’ve seen so many knees, hips and shoulders over the years, both on the field and in a clinical setting. But no matter what the condition, my favourite part of my job is getting people back to feeling their best again.

What are you happiest doing when you’re not working?
I am happiest when cooking for friends and family – eating at a fine establishment with a white tablecloth or at a shared humble trestle table… and everywhere in between is close to religion to me but nothing beats the happiness from making and sharing food with others.

Getting thrown around and tied into pretzels for sport would be a close second!! Travelling, classical and jazz music and reading as well, since you asked!

What would be your personal motto?
How you do anything is how you do everything

Who is someone you admire and why?
Sir Edmund Hillary. Aside from the extraordinary achievements of his life, I find him to be an example of modesty, integrity and determination. These are all characteristics I think we could embody a bit more these days.

Your most outstanding achievement.
Deciding to become a physiotherapist all those years ago. I’ve been privileged to help so many people from all walks of life. Helping the vulnerable members of society was especially rewarding, but also fundamentally changed my outlook on life.