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 Western team are based at our Deer Park and Werribee clinics.


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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Liz Cotter

Physiotherapist
(BAppSci Physio)

Liz has over 20 years’ experience working in neurological rehabilitation. She has worked for extended periods of time in two of Melbourne's biggest neurological rehabilitation centres – Epworth Richmond and Camberwell. Liz covers the inner and mid south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne.

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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.

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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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Ellen Clark

Senior Clinician Physiotherapist
(BSc Physio, MSc in the Bobath Concept)

Ellen is a physiotherapist with over 17 years of experience working with clients with neurological conditions in the UK and Australia. Ellen studied a Masters in the Bobath Concept in 2008 in the UK. She has worked in hospital rehabilitation centres, community settings and in the private sector around Melbourne and London. Ellen has extensive experience with clients with chronic neurological conditions including Multiple Sclerosis, brain injury, stroke and Parkinson's Disease. She was assisting teaching Bobath courses to Neurological Physiotherapists from 2008 to 2014 in various parts of Australia and New Zealand. Ellen has undertaken research into balance and midline issues after stroke and has a special interest in this issue.


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Felicity Burns

Senior Physiotherapist
(BPhysio)

Felicity has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago, New Zealand (2012). She worked in a variety of roles at Hawkes Bay Hospital (NZ), most recently in the high dependency/intensive care, acute paediatric, and acute neurology wards, as well as seeing patients in the community. Felicity has also worked in the Neurorehabilitation and Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness units at a private hospital in London. Felicity has experience treating neurological clients in acute, rehabilitation, and community settings. She is passionate about working with clients to establish what is important to them and help achieve their goals. Felicity is in her final year of postgraduate training, undertaking a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy with a focus on Neurorehabilitation. Outside her work as a physio, Felicity likes to be active and enjoys playing soccer.

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Larissa Hamlin

Physiotherapist
(BPhysio)

Larissa has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago, New Zealand. Since graduating she worked in a major teaching hospital in Hawkes Bay, NZ.  Larissa completed rotational positions through all departments before she took on a more senior role in the Neurological Rehabilitation department over the past two years. Larissa has a broad range of experience treating neurological clients in acute and rehabilitation settings. Larissa has additional training and a passion for managing clients with vestibular disorders. Larissa is currently on maternity leave.

Warwick Allen

Physiotherapist
(BPhysio)

Warwick has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Newcastle (2012). He has experience working in a major regional private rehabilitation hospital and outpatient clinic in Newcastle, caring for patients with a variety conditions and illnesses.  He has a special interest in hydrotherapy and is passionate about seeing clients achieve their goals.

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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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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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Sarah Howard

Physiotherapist
(MPhysio)

Sarah graduated from LaTrobe University with a Masters of Physiotherapy after completing a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Physiology and Anatomy. Following five years of experience with NeuroRehab Allied Health Network as a Remedial Massage Therapist, Sarah has transitioned into a Physiotherapy role. She is passionate about helping clients achieve their rehab goals. 

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Jessica Gracias

Physiotherapist

Jessica has a Masters of Physiotherapy in Neurosciences and Paediatric Neurology from Manipal University, India (2012). She worked in private and community settings involving paediatric neurological rehabilitation before moving to Australia in 2015. She worked in Tasmania for 3 years and gained experience working with children between 0-18 years including those with cerebral palsy, global developmental delays, chromosomal abnormalities, muscular atrophies, autism and adults with neurological conditions. Jessica has an interest in neurological rehabilitation with a special interest in hydrotherapy and manual handling. When not at work she enjoys cooking and keeping fit. She speaks fluent English, Hindi, Marathi and basic Kannada.

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Samuel Fairbairn

Physiotherapist

We welcome Samuel to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.


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Corinne Robertson

Physiotherapist

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

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Esther Fithall

Team Leader Physiotherapist

We are excited to welcome Esther to NeuroRehab Allied Health Network.

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Pavla Vachova

Physiotherapist

A very warm welcome to Pavla.

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Amelia Xie

Phsyiotherapist

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


Occupational Therapists

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Kylie Needham

Lead Occupational Therapist

Kylie brings over 20 years of experience to NeuroRehab Allied Health Network, working as an occupational therapist in the area of neuro-rehabilitation. This includes four years on the stroke rehabilitation unit at the Royal Free Hospital in London, and over 10 years at Ivanhoe Private Rehabilitation Hospital where she was Chief for five years. Kylie has spent the last five years working in community rehabilitation specialising in acquired brain injury and is passionate about supporting people to achieve their goals to the best of their ability.

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Zoe Crasborn

Senior Occupational Therapist

Zoe has a strong background in disability support and return to work experience. Trained in New Zealand, Zoe came to Melbourne with a passion for assisting people with neurological injury to operate at their highest functional capacity.

Erin Mullins

Senior Occupational Therapist
(BOccThy Hons)

Erin has a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy with Honours from Deakin University, and has worked as an OT across Melbourne as well as in the UK. Erin has a broad range of experience working with neurological clients in inpatient and community based rehabilitation settings. Erin is passionate about working with clients to find out what is important to them as individuals to help them achieve their goals.

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Patrick Dodds

Team Leader Occupational Therapist

Patrick has been practising as an OT in Australia and the UK for over 10 years. He has a broad range of experience assisting people from all walks of life regain their independence and achieve their goals at home, in the community, and in the workplace. He has extensive experience in home modifications, complex equipment prescription, neurological rehabilitation and chronic disease management. Patrick specialises in the prescription of customised manual and power wheelchairs and has a special interest in upper limb therapy following brain or spinal cord injury. Patrick also speaks basic Italian.


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Sarah Paton

Occupational Therapist

Sarah completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy in 2015 at the Australian Catholic University. Sarah has worked within an inpatient trauma rehabilitation unit developing core rehabilitation skills supporting individuals to return to their home environment and achieve their personal goals. Sarah has a strong interest in neurological rehabilitation using a client centred approach to achieve optimal functioning within the home and community.

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Salika Souphanh

Occupational Therapist
(BHSc, MOT)

Salika completed a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Occupational Therapy at LaTrobe University. Throughout her studies and placements, Salika gained experience working with a range of neurological patients at Western Health and Djerriwarrh Community Health. Prior to her OT career, Salika worked as an attendant support worker and trainer for people with spinal cord injury for 10 years. She is passionate and committed to helping patients improve their functional independence and overall health and wellbeing.

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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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Catherine How

Occupational Therapist
(BOccThy (Hons))

Catherine graduated from Deakin University, Geelong with a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy (Honours) in 2012. Prior to joining NeuroRehab Allied Health Network, Catherine worked in community health in the Western suburbs of Melbourne for six years gaining extensive experience in home modifications and equipment prescription as well as supporting people with neurological impairments. Catherine has a passion for neurological rehabilitation, supporting her clients to fulfil their highest potential and achieve their goals within their functional capacity.


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Kirsten Meade

Occupational Therapist

Kirsten completed a Bachelor of Occupational Therapy at Southern Cross University on the Gold Coast. Since graduating Kirsten has worked across a range of different clinical areas throughout Australia and the United Kingdom including inpatient and community rehabilitation. Kirsten has a special interest in neurological rehabilitation and working with clients to achieve their goals. 

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Lily Shribman Dellmann

Occupational Therapist

Lily completed a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Occupational Therapy practice at LaTrobe University. Lily has previously worked with Alfred Health across a variety of settings including in an acute ward, an aged care unit, and in an amputee rehabilitation unit, supporting individuals to regain independence and return home. Lily is passionate about neurological rehabilitation and optimising function at home and in the community. Lily is enthusiastic about working with clients and their families on meaningful goals to achieve optimum quality of life and wellbeing!

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Georgia Barot

Occupational Therapist

Georgia completed a Master of Occupational Therapy Practice at LaTrobe University in 2013. She has worked with clients with various conditions in both community rehabilitation and inpatient care. Georgia has a keen interest in neurological rehabilitation and is passionate about working collaboratively with her clients to ensure they achieve their goals and return to participating in meaningful activities.

 

Accredited Exercise Physiologists

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Rose Harrington 

Accredited Exercise Physiologist
(MClinExP)

Rose is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who graduated from Deakin University in 2017 with a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology. She previously completed a Bachelor in Exercise and Sport Science in 2015 at Australian Catholic University. She previously worked in community health as an Allied Health Assistant in chronic disease management. Rose is very excited to use her skills at NeuroRehab and use exercise as medicine to improve the physical and mental health of our client groups. 

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Anisha Naidu

Accredited Exercise Physiologist

Anisha supports the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team as a locum.

 
 

Allied Health Assistants

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Janine Kocjancic

Allied Health Assistant

Janine has a certificate IV in Disabilities and Aged Care and has worked in the acquired brain injury field for over 20 years, assisting therapists in home settings with individual clients.  Janine is dedicated to assisting clients with a neurological injury to regain their highest and most independent functioning.

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Michele Lo

Allied Health Assistant

Mick studied a Bachelor and Masters in Sports Science, along with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy, in Italy. He has previously worked as a coach in both Rugby Union and Soccer. Mick has experience working in a physiotherapist clinic in Madrid. Mick then moved to Australia in 2014 to undertake a PhD in Sports Science at Victoria University. Mick can speak Italian and basic Spanish.

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Ranga Manthena

Allied Health Assistant

Ranga has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from NTR University of Health Sciences, India (2006). He has over seven years of experience and has worked in residential care for an extended period of time assisting clients with neurological injuries. Ranga speaks English and Telugu.

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Ignacio Naranjo

Allied Health Assistant

Ignacio has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from his home country of Chile. Ignacio speaks Spanish and English.


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Lilia Tetay

Allied Health Assistant

Lilia graduated from Our Lady of the Rosary University in Bogotá, Colombia in 2001. In 2006 she undertook postgraduate study in rehabilitation management at La Sabana University. Lilia worked as a neurological physiotherapist in a highly respected rehabilitation centre in Colombia until 2006, when she moved to Australia. After working as an attendant support worker for two years, Lilia joined NeuroRehab Allied Health Network in 2008. Lilia is committed to assisting clients with neurological injury regain optimal functioning. Lilia can also speak Spanish.

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Amberlee Dick

Allied Health Assistant
(BPsySc)

Amberlee has recently completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science at the Australian College of Applied Psychology in Melbourne. Throughout her studies, Amberlee has gained a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience in the discipline of Psychology and is particularly interested in the cognitive and behavioural effects of neurological disorders. Amberlee intends to undertake further study in the near future and is fully committed to ensuring each NeuroRehab client is achieving their individual therapeutic goals.

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Riley Thomas

Allied Health Assistant
(BAppSc)

Riley completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise and Sport Science) from RMIT in 2016 and has always had a passion for working with people in the health and sport industry. Riley has been involved with multiple sports teams injury rehabilitation, and high performance data collection for Essendon's VFL team as well. Having worked as a lifeguard and a personal trainer, Riley is looking forward to helping community members get back to their best health.

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Mariana Rodrigues

Allied Health Assistant

Mariana graduated as a Physiotherapist in Brazil in 2006. In 2008, she undertook postgraduate study in neurology rehabilitation at Unifesp University in Brazil. She has Clinical Pilates training to assist during neurological rehabilitation. Mariana had extensive experience working as a neurological physiotherapist in Brazil until 2011, when she moved to Australia. In 2012 Mariana undertook a Masters degree in Public Health in Sydney, and was employed as a support worker for a neurology company for a year. After working as a physiotherapy assistant for six years, Mariana joined NeuroRehab Allied Health Network in 2019. Mariana is passionate about neurology rehabilitation providing comfort and quality of life to her clients. She can speak Portuguese, English and basic Spanish.


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Juliana Azevedo
De Sousa

Allied Health Assistant

Juliana completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in Brazil in 2012. She has worked with the elderly at the gym rehabilitating musculoskeletal and neurological injuries. She also holds a professional certificate of Personal Training and Swimming Instruction. She has experience working in strength and conditioning programs with kids and the elderly. Juliana is passionate about improving quality of life. She also speaks Portuguese.

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Taniciah Isorena

Allied Health Assistant
(BExSS)

Taniciah has a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science from the Australian Catholic University, with focused studies on motor control and exercise for rehabilitation. Her university placement included high performance data analysis for the Victorian Institute of Sport Women’s Hockey teams. She intends to complete further study within the allied health industry. Taniciah is excited to demonstrate and educate the benefits of exercise for all people.

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Daniel Pappalardo

Allied Health Assistant

Daniel has a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Exercise Science from Deakin University in Melbourne. He aims to study a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology in the coming years and has extensive experience working as a personal trainer. Daniel is passionate about working with clients from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds and is committed to helping them achieve their goals.

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Neha Singhal

Allied Health Assistant

We are excited to welcome Neha to the team at NeuroRehab Allied Health Network.


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Luke McMurray

Allied Health Assistant

Luke is currently studying a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University. Throughout his studies, he has gained experience working with patients with a range of neurological and musculoskeletal conditions during his placements at St John of God Hospital and MC Physiotherapy clinic.  Luke also completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Health and Physical Education) at RMIT University in 2015. He has experience working as a teacher in various educational settings including youth justice centres, swim schools, high schools and primary schools. Luke is passionate about health and fitness and is committed to assisting clients reach their full potential.

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Marcus Berryman

Allied Health Assistant

Marcus recently completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science majoring in Exercise Physiology at Deakin University. He has undertaken a placement at Balwyn Sports and Physiotherapy Centre where he worked with a diverse range of clients and conditions. He has a passion for evidence-based rehabilitation and in the coming years intends to complete a Master of Physiotherapy.

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Janay Casas-Vysma

Allied Health Assistant

A very warm welcome to Janay to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network team.

 

Remedial Massage Therapists

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Brianne Campana

Remedial Massage Therapist,
Allied Health Assistant

Brianne completed a Diploma of Remedial Massage at Sage Institute of Massage in 2015. Since graduating, Brianne has been working in a massage clinic helping her clients to alleviate musculoskeletal pain including acute and chronic conditions. Her goals with NeuroRehab’s clientele are to improve their quality of life by decreasing their pain and discomfort and also to improve their mobility.

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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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Daniella La Pila

Remedial Massage Therapist

Daniella completed a Diploma in Remedial Massage at Victoria University in 2018 and a Certificate IV in Allied Health Assistance at Kangan Institute in 2011. Daniella has worked with Gateway Social Support Options, Western Health and is also an active volunteer with Motor Neurone Disease Association of Victoria since 2015. Daniella is passionate about treating people living with disabilities illness, injury and aged care.


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Manuella Cimpean

Remedial Massage Therapist

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

 
 
 

Speech Pathologists

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Chantelle Hutchinson

Lead Speech Pathologist
(BSpPath CPSP)

Chantelle graduated from the University of Newcastle and has extensive experience working with adults with acquired brain injuries and pre-school children with speech, language and swallowing disorders. Recently, she has developed a special interest working with clients with severe and profound intellectual and multiple disabilities. Chantelle is currently completing an Associate Degree in Dementia Care and is also working on a research project at LaTrobe University for people with Traumatic Brain Injury. She has also completed introductory training in both Motivational Interviewing and Video Interaction Guidance. Chantelle is passionate about working collaboratively with clients, families and their therapy team, in order to help clients achieve their goals.

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Erin Chalk

Speech Pathologist
(MSLP CPSP)

Erin completed a Bachelor's degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2008 and a Masters in Speech and Language Pathology in 2010 at Macquarie University. Erin has over five years experience working in acute hospital and adult inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. Whilst living in Sydney, Erin worked at Macquarie University Hospital, MQ Health Speech and Hearing Clinic, as well as Mt Wilga Private Hospital. Her experience has covered a broad range of areas including assessment and management of communication and swallowing problems across the areas of TBI, stroke, progressive neurological disorders, head and neck cancer and oncology. Erin has particular interest in acquired communication disorders and is passionate about assisting clients with their rehabilitative goals.

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Cindy Chu

Speech Pathologist

Cindy completed a Master’s degree in Speech Pathology at the University of Melbourne in 2016. Cindy has experience working with young children with hearing loss, and autism spectrum disorder. Cindy also has experience working in adult inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation, and has particular interest in progressive neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. Cindy is an LSVT-LOUD (Lee Silverman Voice Therapy) certified clinician.

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Caitlin Grima

Speech Pathologist

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


Neuropsychologists

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Belinda Dridan

Lead Clinical Neuropsychologist
BSc (Hons), DPsych (Clin Neuro)

Belinda has a Doctorate degree in Clinical Neuropsychology and has experience within various private and public health settings. She works with adult clients with acquired brain injuries, and neurological or neurodegenerative disorders. Belinda has a special interest in cognitive rehabilitation, diagnostic assessments, decision-making capacity assessments, and supporting patients to return to work. Belinda practices within a patient-centred framework using clinical techniques (i.e. motivational interviewing) to help patients set and achieve meaningful goals.

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Lib Yin Wong

Clinical Neuropsychologist
BSc(Hons), MPsych (Clin Neuro)

Lib graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2016. She completed a Master of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) and prior to that, a Bachelor of Science with Honours in psychology. Following completion of her Master’s degree, she undertook specialist Neuropsychology Registrar training at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. She has had experience working in a variety of settings, including acute and subacute neurological settings, rehabilitation wards, and mental health settings. Lib is passionate about providing the best available evidence-based psychological practice within a client-centred framework, with the client’s goals in mind at all times. Lib continues to be involved in research, and academic and teaching assistance at the University.

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Caroline Ayre

Clinical Neuropsychologist

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

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Megan Smalley

Psychologist

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


Music Therapists

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Yuki Wakamatsu

Registered Music Therapist

Yuki has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Masters of Music Therapy from the University of Melbourne. Upon completing her Masters, she worked in Western Australia as a clinical specialist at Sing&Grow Australia and her own private practice, Music Therapy Now. She has worked in a variety of public and private healthcare settings predominantly in acquired brain injury, disability and early childhood development. Yuki was previously the WA state chair for the Australian Music Therapy Association and a current member of the national social media committee. She also runs a podcast discussing music therapy with a variety of music and health professionals.

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Lee Wee Hee

Registered Music Therapist

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

 
 

Office, Reception & Accounts

Jenny Woollard

Business Operations Manager (BSc, GradDip Audiology)

An audiologist by profession, Jenny now acts as office 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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Gail Divers

Receptionist

Gail is NeuroRehab Allied Health Network’s friendly receptionist at our Deer Park clinic. If you have any questions about the range of services we offer at our clinics or through our home visit service, Gail is here to help.

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Kirsty Martindale

Receptionist

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


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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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Michelle Baker

Compliance Officer

Michelle has many years of experience working as a practice manager for physiotherapy clinics. Michelle handles a range of administration tasks for NeuroRehab including service agreements with care organisations, compliance management, and human resources. Based at our Deer Park clinic, Michelle also assists with reception.

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Sheridan Barber

Accounts Officer

Sheridan is NeuroRehab Allied Health Network’s Accounts Officer, operating out of our Deer Park clinic. Sheridan has Certificate IVs in Accounting and Bookkeeping and is here to help with any of your funding, fees or accounts enquiries. 


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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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Ashwini Guru

Accounts Assistant

Ashwini is one of our friendly Accounts Assistants operating out of our Deer Park clinic, handling invoice processing and enquiries. Ashwini has a Certificate IV in Administration and Frontline Management and has a passion for helping others, handling accounting and general administration duties.

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Scott Williams

Accounts Assistant

Scott has been in the finance industry for over 20 years with experience in lending, reconciliation and accounts administration. Scott recently completed a Cert III in Medical Administration and is happy to help with any issues or concerns you may have about your account. Scott is based at our Deer Park clinic.

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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 are pleased to welcome Kim to the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network admin team.

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Nadia Greenall

Recruitment & Compliance Officer

A warm welcome to Nadia who joins the NeuroRehab Allied Health Network admin team.

 
 

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