Starting with just one therapist in 2005, NeuroRehab Allied Health Network has grown to over 100 therapy & assistant staff across Melbourne and surrounds. We strive to provide our clients with the very best attention by attracting the best people. Our Northern team are based at our Thomastown clinic.


Steve Woollard

Director | Physiotherapist (BPhysio, APAM)

Steve has over 20 years of experience treating clients with neurological injury, establishing what is now NeuroRehab Allied Health Network in 2005. He held a senior position at Ivanhoe Private Rehabilitation Hospital, prior to joining the Royal Hospital for Neuro-Disability in London where he led the brain injury unit physiotherapy team for two years. Steve has a keen interest in spasticity and tone management, for which he devised a new scale of measurement. Steve is qualified to prescribe the Saebo range of orthoses which assist clients to regain upper limb function, and is trained to prescribe, set up and educate clients in the use of WalkAide foot drop stimulator devices. With a special interest in bed positioning, Steve established Postural Innovations with Neurological Physiotherapist, Angela Rowe, in 2008, developing a range of postural support products tailored specifically to clients with neurological injury.


Physiotherapists

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Dawn Prasad

Lead Physiotherapist
(MPhysio, APA Neuro. Physio.)

Dawn is a UK trained physiotherapist with over 20 years of experience working with clients with neurological conditions in the UK, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. Dawn completed a Master of Neurological Physiotherapy at Melbourne University and is a titled member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA). She has worked in hospital rehabilitation centres, community settings and in the private sector around Melbourne and has extensive experience with clients with progressive and chronic neurological conditions. During her employment at MS Australia, Dawn was involved in collaborative research into strength training for multiple sclerosis, with published journal articles. Dawn also has many years of experience in the assessment and prescription of complex seating and wheelchairs.

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Katie Shaw 

Senior Physiotherapist
(BPhysio Hons)

Katie completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy with Honours at La Trobe University in 2011. Since then she has been working in a variety of roles across the private and public health systems, with most of her time spent in rehabilitation. Katie has experience working with clients following stroke, brain injury and other neurological conditions including Guillain Barre. She also has experience in chronic pain and orthopaedic conditions. Prior to joining NeuroRehab Allied Health Network Katie gained significant experience with neurological clients as part of her role on the Acquired Brain Injury Unit at the Royal Talbot Rehabilitation Centre. Katie has a keen interest in research and has been involved in multiple published studies investigating physiotherapy services and falls management.

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Sara Lee

Senior Physiotherapist
(BPhysio)

Sara completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne in 2008. Since then she has worked in roles across the private and public health systems in inpatient rehabilitation and communication rehabilitation with Monash Health and Austin Health, and has spent the past few years working with NeuroRehab Allied Health Network. Sara has experience working with clients following stroke, multiple sclerosis, acquired brain injury, movement disorders, polio, spinal cord injuries, as well as other progressive and chronic neurological conditions. She also has experience in rehabilitation after neurosurgery and orthopaedic conditions, with an interest in aquatic physiotherapy and pilates. Sara is passionate about enabling her clients to achieve their goals, to maximise their function and to experience optimal quality of life. In her free time, Sara enjoys outdoor walks, hiking, dancing, group fitness classes, travelling and socialising with friends and family.

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Teekay Harbidge

Physiotherapist, Allied Health Assistant Coordinator
(BPhysio)

Teekay (TK) completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in the Netherlands in 2010. She has worked with various clients with Parkinson’s disease, stroke, musculoskeletal injuries and other chronic diseases in the Netherlands, Australia and USA. While in the USA, Teekay completed basic training in substance abuse counselling. She is currently completing Pilates training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) to become a certified Clinical Pilates instructor. Her interest is to use Clinical Pilates to successfully rehabilitate neurological clients. She speaks basic Dutch and English.


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Angela Rowe

Physiotherapist
(BPhysio, PGCert (Post. Mgmnt))

Angela has over 18 years of experience, specialising in neurological physiotherapy. Having completed post graduate studies in postural management, Angela has extensive experience in wheelchair assessment and prescription. Angela is co-director of Postural Innovations, specialising in bed positioning assessment and the provision of bed positioning equipment.

Isabela Galafassi

Physiotherapist
(BPhysio)

Isabela completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Brazil in 2005 and Australia in 2013 from Curtin University. She has worked in private and community settings and has a passion for neurological rehabilitation and helping clients to achieve their goals. Isabela worked at Rocky Bay and Physioconcept in Western Australia and has experience with a variety of neuromuscular conditions including acquired brain injury, muscular dystrophies, spinal cord injury, Parkinson’s disease, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, and Guillain-Barre Syndrome. Isabela has additional training in 24-hour postural care and wheelchair prescription. She speaks fluent Portuguese and English, and basic Spanish. Isabela is currently on maternity leave.

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Ezgi Akar

Physiotherapist
(BHSc/MPhysio (APAM))

Ezgi has a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice from LaTrobe University (2013). She has worked in various areas across public and private services in Melbourne, providing care for individuals in the home, community, and within acute and rehabilitation hospitals. She has experience working with a broad range of neurological and vestibular conditions, and is passionate about working together with her patients to achieve goals that are meaningful to them.

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Maeve Johnston

Physiotherapist

Maeve has a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland (2014). She has worked in Ireland and New Zealand in the areas of stroke rehabilitation, paediatrics, musculoskeletal private practice, sports physiotherapy and orthopaedics. Maeve’s interest in neurological conditions sparked from her role in the Stroke Rehabilitation Ward in Auckland City Hospital where she worked in an all-ages rehabilitation ward treating clients with Stroke, Parkinson’s Disease, Brain Injury and Multiple Sclerosis. Maeve has a special interest in paediatric disability and neurology and has worked as part of the Child Development Team in Starship Children’s Hospital, Auckland. In this role she managed children between the ages of 0-18 with Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy and Downs Syndrome.


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Eoin O’Brien

Physiotherapist
(BSc (Hons) Physio)

Eoin studied at Northumbria University in the UK where he obtained a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Physiotherapy. He completed this following a course in Physiology and Health Science in Ireland. Eoin worked in musculoskeletal private practice in the UK before moving to acute hospital care completing his rotations in the NHS covering acute neurology/stroke, respiratory and intensive care over the course of two years. He moved to New Zealand in 2014, working in Auckland City Hospital in orthopaedics and as a senior in the vascular service where he obtained a wide range of experience covering both acute therapy and rehabilitation. Eoin likes to be active and enjoys hurling (Irish sport) and football as well as hiking in the beautiful Australian sunshine (a nice change from the Irish weather).

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Farah Foroozeshkhah

Physiotherapist

Farah has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Beheshti University, Tehran (2001) and further qualifications gained in Australia. She has more than seven years clinical experience in rehabilitation working in community health services. Farah gained extensive experience in musculoskeletal and neurological fields as a physiotherapist working in both public and private sectors, prior to moving to Australia. Farah can speak English, Persian and basic Turkish.

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Alana Poliakow

Physiotherapist

Alana has a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy Practice from LaTrobe University (2016). Since graduating she has been working in the field of neurological rehabilitation providing care within the home and a clinic in regional Victoria. She has experience working with clients with a broad range of neurological conditions including acquired brain injury, spinal cord injury cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and various other progressive neurological conditions. Alana is passionate about helping people to regain and maintain as much independence as possible and working with people to reach their goals. She has completed further studies in dry needling, basic Bobath therapy, persistent pain therapy and 24-hour postural care.

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Bianca Cassiotis

Physiotherapist
(BPhysio)

Bianca completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at The University of Melbourne in 2011. Since then, she has worked in Melbourne public hospitals in a range of areas including in-patient, outpatient and community physiotherapy. Her more senior roles were within rehabilitation for the elderly population, including clients with stroke, Parkinson’s disease, Guillain-Barre syndrome, vestibular dysfunction, dementia and cognitive impairment. Most recently, Bianca worked in London in a community setting under a specialist Falls and Balance team and Neurological Rehabilitation at home. Bianca has a passion for working with clients with neurological disorders and strives to help her clients improve in the daily activities which matter most to them.


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Simon Chan

Physiotherapist

Simon graduated from the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at the University of Melbourne in 2015. He has since worked in various roles including in aged care, private practice and in the community, providing care to individuals with a range of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions. He has a keen interest in neurology and gerontology and is passionate about helping his clients achieve their goals. Simon can also speak Cantonese.

 
 
 

Occupational Therapists

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Katherine Pope

Senior Occupational Therapist

Katherine has a post graduate Diploma in Occupational Therapy from London South Bank University and has over 10 years’ experience working in both the UK and Australia. Katherine has a strong passion for rehabilitation and has worked across a number of different fields including paediatrics, inpatient rehabilitation and community rehabilitation. Katherine has a keen interest in neurological rehabilitation and is passionate about working collaboratively with her patients to ensure they achieve their goals.

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Alice Dwyer

Occupational Therapist
(BOccThy)

Alice has a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from LaTrobe University and is currently completing a graduate diploma in Clinical Rehabilitation at Flinders University. Alice has worked in Australia and New Zealand, working across a range of clinical areas, with a special interest in neurological rehabilitation and equipment prescription.

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Rohini Godfrey

Occupational Therapist
(MOccThy)

Rohini completed a Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Occupational Therapy at LaTrobe University. Rohini has a broad range of experience including equipment prescription, home modifications, pain management, postural positioning and neurological rehabilitation. Rohini is passionate about providing person-centred care at home, in the community and in the workplace, to support people to maximise their functional capacity, wellbeing and quality of life.

Sian Heaton

Occupational Therapist & Occupational Therapy Driving Assessor

Sian graduated from the University of Liverpool, England, in 2013. She started her career as an Occupational Therapist working for the National Health Service (NHS) within acute physical and mental health services. Upon relocating to Australia, Sian entered the field of disability equipment, with a focus of wheelchair prescription before specialising in neurological rehabilitation at NeuroRehab Allied Health Network. Sian has gained extensive experience working as an Occupational Therapist under the NDIS since rollout commenced in Victoria. Sian also has specialist training as an Occupational Therapy Driving Assessor. Sian is committed to providing person-centred support to achieve effective and meaningful outcomes for her clients. 


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Jacelyn Goh

Senior Occupational Therapist
(BOccThy (Hons))

Jacelyn has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy from LaTrobe University and has been practicing for over 10 years in Singapore and Australia. Jacelyn has worked across a range of fields such as amputee and stroke rehabilitation, in various settings across the continuum of care. Jacelyn has a strong interest in neurological rehabilitation and client-centred practice, involving close collaboration with clients to achieve their goals. Jacelyn speaks Mandarin and Cantonese.

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Katie Hall

Senior Occupational Therapist

Katie has been working as an OT for over 10 years, across a broad range of clinical areas including rehabilitation, acute/emergency and community. She has a special interest in spinal cord injury and neurological rehabilitation, having worked in this field for over 4 years. Katie developed a passion for community based roles after working in this area in London in 2013. Katie is passionate about helping people achieve their goals and taking a client centred approach.

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Cindy Yong

Occupational Therapist
(BOccThy)

Cindy completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Curtin University, Western Australia. She has worked across public and private settings, starting off at Royal Perth Hospital then at a private hospital in Malaysia. Having worked with clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, Cindy has developed a deep passion for neurological rehabilitation. For her, Occupational Therapy is much more than a profession, it is also a means to help individuals achieve their goals and live a meaningful life. She speaks fluent Hokkien, English and Malay. 

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Sovannary Uoy

Occupational Therapist

A very warm welcome to Sovannary who recently joined the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.


Accredited Exercise Physiologists

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Andrew Seeley

Lead Accredited Exercise Physiologist (BAppSc (Hmn Mvmnt), GradDip ExRehab) ESSAM

Andrew has over 16 years experience in neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation and chronic disease management. He worked as a neurological exercise physiologist at Ivanhoe Private Rehabilitation Hospital for nine years and The Victorian Rehabilitation Centre for six years. He has extensive experience in community-based rehabilitation and health promotion, establishing an exercise physiology service for Healthscope Independence Services. Andrew’s areas of interest include acquired brain injury, stroke, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury.

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Dylan Patcas

Accredited Exercise Physiologist & Allied Health Assistant
(MClinExP, BExSS)

Dylan has a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology from Australian Catholic University (2015). This involved experience working with clients with spinal cord injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, cardiac conditions, pulmonary conditions and various chronic diseases. During this time Dylan developed a strong interest in neurological rehabilitation. Dylan is extremely enthusiastic and passionate about providing the best treatment possible for his clients. He also completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science from Australian Catholic University in 2013.

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Joel Bradbury

Accredited Exercise Physiologist
& Allied Health Assistant
(MClinExP, BExSc)

Joel has a Master of Clinical Exercise Prescription from Charles Sturt University and a Bachelor of Exercise Science (Sports Practice) from Victoria University. Previously, Joel also completed a Certificate III & IV in fitness through Exercise Research Australia and completed work placements through Good Life Health Clubs and Victoria University gym undertaking personal training. He has been a lifeguard for many years and a learn to swim instructor. Joel is passionate about the healthcare industry and is committed to helping clients achieve their goals.

 

Allied Health Assistants

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Sam Hennessy

Allied Health Assistant
(BExSc (Hons), Cert IV AHA)

Sam has a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science with Honours from LaTrobe University as well a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance completed through Exercise Research Australia (ERA). He was affiliated with the Melbourne City Soccer Club in 2018 and conducted research investigating groin and hip injuries in relation to training and match loads. He plans to continue this research and undertake a PhD in the future focusing on injury prevention through strength and conditioning. Sam is passionate about improving individual’s quality of life.

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Siana Patrikakos-Manier

Allied Health Assistant
(Cert IV AHA)

Siana is in the final stages of completing a Bachelor of Exercise Science at LaTrobe University. She completed a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance with Exercise Research Australia (ERA). She aspires to study a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology in the coming years. Siana is passionate and very interested in rehabilitating and assisting with the management and recovery of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries.

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Alicia Pangbourne

Allied Health Assistant
(BExSc)

Alicia recently completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science at Australian Catholic University. She aspires to study a Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology in the forthcoming years. Alicia undertook a range of placements at Waratah Developmental School, Exercise Research Australia (ERA) and St Vincent’s Hospital, throughout her university degree and internship. Alicia has a keen interest in rehabilitating and assisting with the management of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries.

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Nicholas Longo

Allied Health Assistant

Nicholas has a Bachelor of Exercise Science from Salisbury University and holds a professional certification in the USA as a strength and conditioning specialist. He worked in a multitude of physical rehabilitation services in the USA including work with athletes, elderly, chronic pain states and neurological conditions, prior to returning to Australia and joining NeuroRehab Allied Health Network. Nicholas speaks conversational Italian.


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Marco Cheung

Allied Health Assistant
(BSc)

Marco completed his Bachelor of Science (2015) and is currently studying the Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne. During his studies, Marco has gained experience working with patients with a range of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions during his placements at Melbourne Health and Cabrini Health. In addition, he has also worked with individuals with disabilities outside of his studies, and has been involved in providing therapy support to them. Working with clients with neurological disorders to help achieve their goals and improve their quality of life is one of the many things Marco is passionate about, and he is committed to applying evidence based treatment in this manner.

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Kanna Utsugi

Allied Health Assistant
(BHlthSc)

Kanna has a Bachelor of Health Science from Monash University, with a focused interest in Human Rights issues experienced by people with disabilities. She has been working in the field since 2009 and has a range of experience working with people with intellectual disability. Kanna is passionate about improving the quality of life of people with disabilities and building a society where they are treated with dignity and respect.

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Salim Bahamdun

Allied Health Assistant

Salim has completed a Bachelor majoring in Exercise Science as well as Certificate IV in Fitness. He possesses diverse experience in the health and exercise industry having worked with clinical groups, elite youth athletes and the general population. Most recently Salim has led specialised older adult exercise programs in where he has implemented a holistic approach in the management of clients with neurological, cardiovascular and osteoarthritis conditions. Devoted to improving client functionality, Salim is eager to bring his professionalism and optimism to the role.

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Rebecca Stafford

Allied Health Assistant
(BExSci, Cert IV AHA)

Rebecca completed a Bachelor’s degree in Exercise Science from the University of Nebraska, Omaha in 2017. Bec studied in America as a student-athlete and played tennis. She is in the final stages of completing a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance with Exercise Research Australia (ERA). She has completed a variety of placements such as Kieser Training, Monash Health, Waratah Special Development School, Thornbury High School, and Belgravia Leisure, throughout her studies. Rebecca is looking to return to university to study Occupational Therapy and is passionate about improving wellbeing and getting people back to the activities they love.


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Ignacio Naranjo

Allied Health Assistant

NeuroRehab Allied Health Network welcomes Ignacio into our Allied Health Assistant team. Ignacio holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from his home country of Chile. Ignacio speaks Spanish and English.

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Maddison Wallmeyer

Allied Health Assistant
(Cert IV AHA)

Maddison is in the final stages of completing a Bachelor in Exercise Science at La Trobe University. She recently completed a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance with Exercise Research Australia (ERA). Through this, she found a passion for working with people to help achieve their goals, no matter how big or small. Maddi aspires to go on to study a Masters of Exercise Physiology after her Bachelor's degree as she believes exercise is the best medicine.

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Rosie Timmons

Allied Health Assistant

Rosie has completed a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at RMIT University where she gained professional experience in exercise delivery. Rosie also completed a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance with Exercise Research Australia where she gained experience working with a variety of clients including those with musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions and various chronic diseases. Rosie has always had a passion for rehabilitation and believes in a collaborative approach to help clients reach their goals. Rosie wishes to return to university to study Occupational Therapy to help people maximise their functional independence in the home, community and workplace.

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Lucy Morgan

Allied Health Assistant

Lucy has an Advanced Diploma in Music Performance and a Bachelor's degree in Music. She is a current Master of Music Therapy student at The University of Melbourne. Lucy has worked in various disability support roles such as at home care, respite accommodation and community based activities. She currently works with children and young adults of varied abilities as a community musician, facilitating drumming circles and music programs.


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Luke Collins

Allied Health Assistant
(DPT, BSc)

Luke recently completed a Doctor of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne, after completing a Bachelor of Science in 2015. During his studies, Luke worked at Western Health, helping individuals with neurological conditions to achieve their goals in the community. Luke is passionate about neurological rehabilitation and is committed to providing evidence based treatment to improve the health and wellbeing of each individual.

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Alexandra Velasco

Allied Health Assistant

Alexandra has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Our Lady of the Rosary University, Colombia. After completing her studies she worked in one of Columbia’s major rehabilitation centres as a Neurological Physiotherapist. Since Alexandra moved to Australia in 2006, she has continued her work in rehabilitation. Prior to joining NeuroRehab Allied Health Network she worked at the Alfred Hospital and Caulfield Medical Centre as a Grade 3 Allied Health Assistant for 8eight years. Alex is passionate about helping clients achieve their goals and improve their quality of life. She is also fluent in Spanish.

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Adriana Moroni

Allied Health Assistant

We are pleased to welcome Rosie to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.

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Sian Jackson

Allied Health Assistant

We are excited to have Sian join the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.


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Tess Young

Allied Health Assistant

We are pleased to welcome Tess to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.

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Sophie Nicols

Allied Health Assistant

A very warm welcome to Sophie who recently joined NeuroRehab Allied Health Network.

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Stephanie Verga

Allied Health Assistant

We are pleased to welcome Stephanie to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.

 

Remedial Massage Therapists

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Natalie Vercher

Remedial Massage Therapist, Myotherapist

Natalie completed an Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in November 2016. During her studies, Natalie mainly worked in sporting clubs with various athletes, however wanted to expand her range of clients and focus on different aspects including rehabilitation and neuro-muscular dysfunctions. Natalie is passionate about understanding each individual client’s needs and helping them achieve their rehabilitation goals.

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Cassandra Turrie

Remedial Massage Therapist

Cassie completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy in 2017. Since graduating she has worked with a diverse client base, with valuable experience treating musculoskeletal pain and discomfort, from both chronic and acute conditions. Cassie is passionate about neurological rehabilitation and is committed to helping clients achieve their rehabilitation goals. Cassie has also completed her Bachelor of Health Science at La Trobe university, and has been accepted to do her Masters of Physiotherapy in 2019.

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Melissa Doran

Remedial Massage Therapist,
Allied Health Assistant

We are very pleased to have Melissa as part of NeuroRehab Allied Health Network’s Remedial Massage team.

 

Speech Pathologists

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Katrina Cruz

Speech Pathologist
(MSLP CPSP)

Katrina has a Master of Speech Language Pathology from the University of Sydney, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Melbourne. She has gained a broad range of experience working with children and adults with communication and swallowing difficulties across clinic, community, and hospital settings. Katrina has particular experience working with clients who have disabilities and delays including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), developmental delays, as well as neurological disorders including Cerebral Palsy. Katrina is passionate about working with clients holistically in their natural, everyday environments, to achieve functional and meaningful goals.

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Adam Chevin

Speech Pathologist
(BSc (Hons) Speech Pathology and Therapy)

Adam completed a BSc (Hons) in Speech Pathology and Therapy in 2014 at Manchester Metropolitan University in England. Adam held two roles in England working with a broad range of clients in different settings before moving to Melbourne in December 2017. Adam joined NeuroRehab Allied Health Network in February 2018 before a stint in public health, and re-joined NeuroRehab in January 2019. Adam has a background of working with a broad range of neurological impairments and disabilities, achieving meaningful goals with a patient-centred approach. Outside of work, Adam captains a soccer team, enjoys watching AFL, and likes to get out of the city at weekends.

 
 

Office, Reception & Accounts

Jenny Woollard

Business Operations Manager (BSc, GradDip Audiology)

An audiologist by profession, Jenny now acts as Business Operations Manager for this family run business. Jenny is the first point of call for all NeuroRehab Allied Health Network enquiries and welcomes any questions you may have. Jenny is able to provide information about our full range of services and advise applicable treatment costs.


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Glenda Dean

Receptionist

Glenda is our welcoming receptionist at NeuroRehab Allied Health Network’s Thomastown clinic. She is available to answer any questions you may have about the services we offer at our clinics, or through our home visit service. Glenda is happy to help.

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Ella Rowthorn

Receptionist

Ella is a receptionist at NeuroRehab Allied Health Network's Deer Park and Thomastown clinics. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) with a co-major in Neuroscience at Swinburne University of Technology. Ella has a passion for helping others, and hopes to one day conduct research of her own. If you have any questions about the range of services we offer, Ella will be happy to help.

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Kailli Arapis

Receptionist

A very warm welcome to Kailli who has recently joined us.

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Jackie Santi

Receptionist

We are pleased to welcome Jackie to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.


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Natasha Grimble

Administration Assistant

Natasha is a member of our administrative team. She is currently in her fourth year of a Bachelor of Law (Honours) and Psychology (Honours) at Victoria University. Natasha has a passion for helping people in any way she possibly can. Through her studies she hopes to become a Clinical Neuropsychologist.

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Esmarie Mienie

Accounts Assistant

Esmarie is one of our friendly Accounts Assistants. Esmarie completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Melbourne, majoring in Anatomy. She is continuing her studies in Psychology with a view to become a Neuropsychologist in the future.

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Kim Tozer

We welcome Kim to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.

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Nadia Greenall

Recruitment & Compliance Officer

We welcome Nadia to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.


NeuroRehab Allied Health Network staff are required to undertake a police record check prior to joining our team