Our team

Physiotherapy

Adrian Ng

Adrian is a strong advocate for physical activity. This arises particularly from his love of sport and all things outdoors. As a result, he is highly motivated to help his patients overcome the barriers that prevent them from enjoying their favourite activities or completing their everyday tasks. Adrian has worked with numerous athletes, ranging from the recreational to professional level. When he is not at work, Adrian enjoys hiking, fishing or playing sport, including soccer and golf.

Luke Poon

Luke’s interest in being a physiotherapist all began with his love of playing and watching sport. Getting his patients moving well, injury-free and regaining fitness is what he’s all about, with a special interest in managing lower back and lower limb issues. He currently works with the National Doctors’ Football Team (Soccer) and is also the senior coach at his local soccer club.

Nick Bach

Nick graduated from University Otago, New Zealand in 2005 with Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has worked in both public hospital and private clinic settings since. In 2015 Nick also graduated with a post-graduate diploma in Sports Medicine, also from the University of Otago. With nearly 20 years of clinical experience and various involvements with different sports teams, Nick has developed a strong interest in treating back, knee and ankle injuries. A keen basketball player and a runner, Nick also enjoys working with athletes to achieve a successful return to sport after injury.
Nick is also fluent in Korean.

Jared Chan

Jared graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours. He also works at Monash Children's Hospital as a Paediatric Physiotherapist. He has a strong emphasis on empowering individuals and working collaboratively with clients and their families to achieve their goals.

Podiatry

Adam Yao

Adam graduated from Latrobe University with a Masters of Podiatry Practice. He has a special interest in sports and movement-related foot and ankle injuries, prolotherapy, regenerative medicine, diabetic foot care and nail surgery for ingrown toe nails. At the core of Adam's treatment approach is his emphasis on educating and empowering patients to manage and prevent their own ailments. Adam has experienced personal foot and ankle injuries as a competitive soccer player which gives him an empathetic approach that resonates well with his patients. In his spare time Adam enjoys playing soccer, tennis and watching movies..

Kai Lim

Kai graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice from La Trobe University. He completed his Masters degree in Theory of Podiatric Surgery through Glasgow Caledonian University Scotland in 2020.His primary aims are to: increase awareness and educate patients regarding foot related complications and to achieve pain reduction and facilitate faster return to function and activity through the least invasive measures. Kai has a special interest in: ingrown toe-nails, sport related issues, general foot maintenance and foot surgery.

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