Allied Health Staff
Miss Pooja Gajare a highly passionate and driven Australian Physiotherapist holding Australian Health Practitioners (AHPRA) general registration.
Miss Gajare has 10+ years of clinical experience of practicing in diverse settings both in Australia and India; with the main goal to make a positive difference in an individuals life and the community by focusing on holistic approaches.
She is skilled in assessing, diagnosing and treating patients with various conditions of musculoskeletal system, neurological system, cardiorespiratory system and women’s health of all age group with special interest in Orthopedics, Injury Prevention, Leadership, Healthcare management, Clinical education and mentorship, Manual therapy, Geriatric care and Rehabilitation.
Miss Gajare is certified in Dry Needling, Mulligans Treatment, Women’s health, having known as a Mulligan Practitioner (Newzealand), Certified Dry Needling Pratitioner (South Africa), Certified Basic Life Support Provider (American Heart Association), Certified Antenatal and postnatal fitness instuctor (IAFT).
She is also a Registered, Life Time Member of Indian Association of Physiotherapist(MIAP) and also registered with Maharashtra Occupational and Physiotherapy Council (MOTPT).
Australian Physiotherapist Bachelors App Sci (Exercise & Sport Science) from Sydney University , Masters of Physiotherapy from Sydney University , APA Sports Physiotherapy Lvl 1 , APA Sports Physiotherapy Lvl 2 , APA Dry Needling Course Lvl 1 , SMA Sports Trainer Lvl 1
Sporting injuries (eg. ACL, meniscus, shoulder and ankle injuries) – Work related injuries (Work Comp) – Motor vehicle accidents (CTP) – Joint and muscular pains – Postural conditions – Overuse injuries (e.g. achilles tendinopathies, rotator cuff injuries).
As an athlete himself, he understands how to look after one’s body and also maintain it so that clients stay out of pain and have the freedom to move!
Dr Robin Jo
- Chinese Medical Herbalist, Acupuncturist, Remedial Massage Therapist
Dr Robin is a qualified and enthusiastic practitioner. He has a double degree in Health Science and Chinese Medicine. Robin completed further study in Nanjing University Hospital internships in Nanjing, China and Kyung Hee University Hospital, Woori Saam Oriental Medicine, and Kyunghee Shintong Oriental Medicine in Seoul, Korea.
Dr Robin has also studied Remedial massage including Acupressure, remedial techniques and Trigger Point Therapy. He has incorporated these massage techniques into his clinical practice of Acupuncture to achieve maximum benefit for his patients
Dr Robin has been passed down Saam Acupuncture techniques from his teacher WOLOH and provides treatments through the incorporation of WOLOH Saam Acupuncture techniques and Chinese Medicine acupuncture methods. Additionally, he follows the diagnosis and treatment methods of Hyungsang medicine, which is among one of the diagnosis methods listed in Donguibogam (Donguibogam was inscribed on the Memory of the World Register by UNESCO in 2009 and is still the only medical book on UNESCO’s Memory of the World Register. Donguibogam will turn 400 years old in 2013 CHANGE to 2019 OR turned 400 years old in 2013). Hyungsan medicine is an inspection which places emphasis on the relationships between pathological patterns and one’s facial or body shape, colour and movement
He believes that even with the same symptoms, as everyone is unique, treatments should be individualised”
– AHPRA registered Acupuncturist & Chinese herbal medicine practitioner
– World Stroke Organization member
– WOLOH Saam clinical study member
– Hyungsang Medicine clinical study member
– Nanjing University Hospital internships in Nanjing,China
– Kyung Hee University hospital internships in Seoul, Korea
– Woori Saam Oriental Medicine clinical study in Seoul, Korea
– Kyung Hee Shintong Oriental Medicine clinical study in Seoul, Korea
Dr Miriam Ghandour – Miriam Ghandour has graduated from the University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Podiatric Medicine.
Dr Miriam has worked under the guidance of many podiatrists and podiatric surgeons in hospitals and private clinics gaining valuable knowledge and experience in all areas of podiatry. These areas include geriatrics, general foot care, paediatrics, sport-related injuries, orthotic therapy, soft tissue therapy and the diabetic foot.
Dr Miriam enjoys all aspects of podiatric care, with a strong interest in musculoskeletal and sports injury management as well as the diabetic foot. For that, she is up to date with the most evidence-based podiatric interventions and aims to introduce new treatment options.
Natalie has an interest in providing nutrition care across chronic medical conditions. She also likes to learn about the latest health and nutrition news whether it be from reading research articles or staying informed with the media.
As an Accredited Practising Dietitian, she believes that personalised and practical nutrition plays an important role in maintaining good health and wellbeing.
She enjoys connecting and chatting with people, while helping them reach their health goals by empowering them with the knowledge to make a positive change in their lives.
Master of Nutrition and Dietetics (University of Sydney)
Bachelor of Science (Nutrition and Food Science) – Major in Human Nutrition and Physiology (Western Sydney University)
Member of the Dietitians Australia (Accredited Practising Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist)
Bowel Obstruction, Sports Nu, Crohns & Ulcerative Coliti, Ceoli, Low FODMAP, IBS / Bloating / Constipation / Diarrohea, Allergies and Intolerances, PCOS, Hypo and Hyper Thyroid, Metabolic Syndrome, Cholesterol, Hypertension, Insulin Resistance, Diabetes Management and Prevention, Weight management
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT), Motivational Interviewing (MI), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Positive Behaviour Support (PBS), and Internal Family Systems (IFS).