Team

Meet the experts

Trupti Patel

Trupti Patel

Director; Senior Physiotherapist

Trupti Patel

APA Pain Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy; Master of Science in Medicine (Pain Management)

Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) Member; APA National Pain Group Member

 

Trupti is a passionate Physiotherapist who specialises in chronic pain management that combines evidence informed Physiotherapy and yoga therapy, resulting in a holistic or biopsychosocial approach to rehabilitation. Trupti has an extensive experience in the treatment of ongoing chronic musculo-skeletal injuries, with a particular interest in the management of chronic pain using mindful based movement approach which involves Therapeutic Yoga and Clinical Pilates.

She has been practising physiotherapy for more than 20 years and has worked in various hospitals and private practices. She is also a qualified and experienced Clinical Pilates and Therapeutic Yoga Instructor and has been teaching group yoga and pilates to chronic pain patients especially to those suffering from lower back pain. She is compassionate about helping people recover from long term chronic condition and live healthy life. She has developed Journey Toward Recovery Pain Management Program which focuses on tailoring a treatment program that meets patient’s need and on biopsychosocial spiritual framework that empower them to self-manage their condition and promote self-healing.

Trupti has a particular interest in the application of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary pain management in a community setting. She would love to connect with other health professionals to help you out to recover from chronic condition.

Aishwarya Nair

Aishwarya Nair

Physiotherapist

Aishwarya Nair

Physiotherapist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy

Australian Physiotherapy Association Member

Aishwarya is graduated from James Cook University and has gained clinical experience in private practices, aged care, hospitals, and musculoskeletal clinics.

She is passionate about helping people, while empowering them to contribute to their own healing.

She takes the time to find root cause of the injury prior to developing a rehabilitation plan.

Her clinical practice involves a combination of manual therapy, evidence-based muscle control techniques and specific exercise prescription.

Afira Surendran

Afira Surendran

Counsellor

Afira Surendran

Counsellor

Bachelor of Science (Psychology); Graduate Certificate of Psychological Science; Diploma in Counselling

Australian Counselling Association Member

 

Afira is a registered Counsellor and she is currently completing further education and research in psychology.

She enjoys helping people to identify their mental wellbeing goals and work towards the quality of life they deserve.

She treats each person as an individual considering their background and the therapy approach that suits their needs.

If chronic pain has impacted your psychological health and wellbeing, Afira can help you work through and overcome these challenges.

She will conduct a pain assessment interview and will work with you to develop helpful coping strategies that are suited to your needs and circumstances. 

Cheuk King (Chelssie) Li

Cheuk King (Chelssie) Li

Clinical Dietitian

Cheuk King (Chelssie) Li

Clinical Dietitian

Master of Dietetics Studies; Bachelor of Exercise and Nutrition Science

Dietitians Association of Australia Member

 

Chelssie is passionate about food and how it contributes to our health and wellbeing, recovery from illnesses, optimising health and preventing diseases. Her interests in chronic disease management, weight management and general diet concerns helps our client in achieving good health. She endeavours to treat each client as a person, rather than a disease, and will do so by building good relationships with them along with evidence-based practices. She enjoys building long term relationships with clients as they work together to achieve their goals.

Throughout her studies, she developed interests in chronic disease management, weight management, general diet concerns and many more. She believes that achieving good health is much more complicated than limiting caloric intake and the number on the scale but is more about the overall wellbeing of a person, including mental and social health. She endeavours to treat each client as a person, rather than a disease, and will do so by building good relationships with them along with evidence-based practices.

Marymole Keats

Marymole Keats

Homeopath

Marymole Keats

Homeopath

Bachelor in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery; Bachelor of Psychological Sciences (Currently Pursuing)

Australian Register of Homeopaths Listed

 

With extensive experience in the mental and physical health, Mary is passionate about working closely with clients to treat physical, mental, and emotional symptoms in a holistic way.

She is currently studying Bachelor of Psychological Sciences, which assists her to better understand your behaviour and the mind resulting in successful restoration of your health naturally.

Britney Huang

Receptionist

BRITNEY HUANG

Receptionist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Currently Pursuing)

 

Britney is a third year Physiotherapy student at the University of Queensland. She is enthusiastic and passionate about musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapy and would like to work in those areas in the future.

Britney loves working with people and is motivated to help others improve their quality of life. When she is free, she enjoys spending time with her cat at home or going out and enjoying nature. She is also a food enthusiast and is keen on finding new places to eat with her friends and family.

Kira Chipizubov

Kira Chipizubov

Receptionist

KIRA CHIPIZUBOV

Receptionist

Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Currently Pursuing)

Griffith University Physiotherapy Society Member

Australian Physiotherapy Association Member

 

Kira is currently in her fourth year of a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Griffith University.

She is passionate about helping people live their best lives through holistic health techniques like exercise, mindfulness and getting into nature.

In her spare time Kira enjoys yoga, going to the beach, reading and spending time with her family – all important elements for leading a balanced life.