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.

Josiah Crispin

Simon Tran

Simon completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at Monash University in 2019. Over the past few years his experience includes working with sporting clubs Oakleigh Districts, Balwyn Tigers, and Scotch Soccer Club. Simon has also spent time at various hospitals, specifically in acute, inpatient and outpatient settings. As he has a background of playing soccer and training at the gym, his particular interests including treating musculoskeletal injuries of the lower limb, back and shoulder.

Carmaine Ng

As a physiotherapist, Carmaine enjoys working with her patients to reduce their pain and return them to their daily activities and hobbies. In particular, she thrives on educating her patients about their injuries and helping them to prevent a similar problem occurring again. Carmaine has experience in musculoskeletal injuries having worked in physiotherapy clinics since graduating from Monash University in 2014. And also has a special interest in sporting injuries with past experience working in the EFL, National Premier League for soccer, the Australian Volleyball League and the Australian Junior Women's volleyball program.

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.

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.

Henry Tram

Henry maintains an interest in working with all musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He likes to ensure that his clients thoroughly understand their condition and best management strategies. He likes to surround himself with the right team of professionals to improve recovery outcomes. Henry is currently the Head Physiotherapist for the Women’s Volleyroos and may travel with the team on occasion. Outside of work he enjoys distance running, tennis and hiking

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

Dietetics & Nutrition

Sulo Subasinghe

Sulo has a passion for healthy eating. She was heavily influenced by her grandparents who believed in eating natural, unprocessed food. She was driven to pursue dietetics after her father was diagnosed with NIDDM (non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus) and struggled to maintain good health. Sulo has experience in working with a multicultural community and has an interest in chronic disease management (diabetes, dyslipidaemia, cardiovascular disease), weight loss, malnutrition in adult and children, IBS and Coeliac disease. In her spare time, Sulo loves to spend time with her family. She enjoys cooking, reading and travelling.

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