Josh Banky -APA Titled Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist / Director

Josh is the Director and Senior Physio of Rehab Ready. Joshs passion lies in orthopaedics and sports physiotherapy. He has been working in orthopaedics for 12 years and has completed his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy. Complementing his work with Rehab Ready, he works for Tennis Australia providing physiotherapy for the professional tournaments as well as being the head physiotherapist for the Victoria Country Representative Football Team.

In his spare time he is either going for a run or cheering on his beloved Collingwood Football Club.


Stephen Hardman - Senior Physiotherapist

Stephen has worked in rehabilitation for many years, he has completed Post Grad Diploma in Neuro Physiology and Rehabilitation leading to a special interest in biomechanics and vestibular systems and how focus on improvement can assist individuals to regain function post injury or surgery.


Outside of work Stephen follows Manchester City and spends time with family, friends, two dogs and his geese.


Dr Marilyn Webster - Senior Physiotherapist

Marilyn is a titled sports and exercise physiotherapist and was awarded her Doctor of Clinical
Physiotherapy in 2010. Her passion is in orthopaedics and sports physiotherapy and she has worked at
the Fina World Championships, Commonwealth and Olympic Games. Marilyn worked in private practice
for many years and has been teaching in physiotherapy education for over 20 years. She has also
worked in occupational rehabilitation and in aged care.
In her spare time, she enjoys swimming, cycling and the odd session at the gym and occasional finds
time to read a good book. Marilyn is enjoying her newest role as a grandmother and loves to spend time
with her grandchildren.

Catherine Nasr - Senior Physiotherapist

Catherine Nasr graduated from La Trobe University, School of Physiotherapy in Bundoora in 2004. She has over 15 years experience in the public and private heath sectors, including hospitals, private practices, domiciliary based rehabilitation, occupational rehabilitation as well as aged care.

Catherine is keen for ongoing education and development. She has completed many short courses to further specialise in Neurological and Vestibular Physiotherapy.

Catherine has a passion for home based therapy to help people maximise their mobility and abilities in their own environment, where it makes the most sense. She has many years experience in this field and continues to grown and achieve great results for her clients.

Outside of work, Catherine enjoys spending time with family and friends, travel, as well as volunteer work with different organisations.

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Kate Rowell - Pre Pointe / Senior Physiotherapist

Kate graduated for the University of Melbourne in 1994, and has since worked as a physio in a variety of public and private hospitals, as well as sporting clubs.  She currently specialises in management of orthopaedic conditions, ranging from paediatric sporting injuries, to rehabilitation post joint replacement. She has an added interest in assessment and management of dance injuries, and Women’s Health.

Outside of her PT work, Kate is mum to two girls. She  is a passionate photographer and cook, and a long suffering, but dedicated  St Kilda FC supporter.

Jojo Francisco - Physiotherapist

Jojo is a foreign-trained Physiotherapist from the Philippines. He’s been practising the profession since 2004 and has experience with various clinical setting to include acute and rehab, orthopaedics, aged care and private practice. He also had a short stint working as a Clinical Instructor and Lecturer in Philippines.

As a family man, he loves to spend quality time with his two boys and his wife. If time permits, he plays basketball with his friends.


Ross Fraser - Senior Physiotherapist

Ross has a wealth of experience, having worked in private practise for many years dealing with all types of musculoskeletal conditions. He has experience working as a mobile physiotherapist providing rehabilitation at home. He has a special interest in sporting injuries and is a keen sports follower. He especially loves his demons, skiing, riding and tennis!

Anna Morrison - Senior Physiotherapist

Graduating from the University of Sydney in 1999, Anna has a wide range of experience as a physiotherapist in musculoskeletal/sport private practice and orthopaedic outpatients both in Australia and the UK.  She is trained in clinical pilates and experienced in hydrotherapy, aged care and the prevention and treatment of workplace injuries onsite.  Anna had a short stint as a physio for a schoolboy rugby tour to Italy and has completed several locums for the British Army and Royal air force.

Prior to her physio career Anna was a registered (DIV 1) nurse. She has worked in acute medical, surgical, plastics and orthopaedics.  She was a community nurse consultant in Sydney for 4 years and has completed a Graduate Diploma in Midwifery.

Having grown up in the country Anna loves taking her 2 young children back there to spend time with family, gardening, picking fruit and caring for animals. Anna plays classical guitar and probably should do more exercise.


Vivian Kong - Physiotherapist

Vivian graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2014. Vivian has worked mainly in the Aged Care setting, plus some work in Community and Rehab Hospital. Vivan has completed Pilates Matwork with Studio Pilates, and aims to complete a further range of courses in the near future. Vivian like to have fun in her work, therefore she seeks to have some fun with clients. Vivan aims to engage and work with clients to achieve their goals and/or individual functional potential, so to empower them in their day-to-day function and life.

When Vivan gets some free time, she tends to hit the gym or attend Reformer Pilates classes to get some exercise in. Outside of work, she has a keen interest in health and fitness, singing, music, dance, and catching up with friends.


Kendra McLean - Senior Physiotherapist

Kendra has over 20 years experience as a Physiotherapist across a wide range of areas in acute hospital, rehabilitation and community settings both in Australia and the UK. Kendra also has a Post Graduate Certificate of Hydrotherapy and a Master of Public Health. She has experience as a project coordinator for a Home Based Falls Prevention Program and has published research relating to falls prevention in a medical journal. Kendra is dedicated to providing the highest quality service possible to help clients achieve their goals.
Kendra has 3 children and spends a lot of time running around to netball, basketball, football and tennis games and various athletics events. She is a committee member of her local Little Athletics Centre and a tennis team manager. When she can, Kendra likes to go for a run and hopes to be able to do more fun runs with her children over the coming years while she can still keep up with them.

Joyce Chan - Physiotherapist

Joyce graduated from La Trobe University with a Masters in Physiotherapy Practice and Bachelor of Health Science. Since then, she has gained experience within private practice, aged care, and community rehabilitation.

Joyce has a strong interest in musculoskeletal related injuries, developing functional exercise program to maintain client’s health and achieve their goals.

Outside of her physio work, Joyce enjoys running with her dog, dancing, travelling and playing piano.


Kelly Laing - Senior Physiotherapist / McKenzie credentialled therapist

Kelly has been working in private practice for over 14 years where she has gained experience dealing with a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries, however she has a special interest in the treatment of neck and back pain. Kelly has completed post graduate training to become a McKenzie credentialled therapist and as such places a strong emphasis on self management.
When Kelly is not working she is a busy mum to 2 young kids.


Matt Roussidis - Physiotherapist

Matt has been in the private practice industry for 8 years. He is a dedicated physiotherapist who has a keen interest in sports-related injuries, pre and post surgical rehabilitation. He holds a diploma in football medicine through FIFA and continues to educate himself on orthopaedic and sports conditions. Away from work Matt enjoys all things sport, exercise, travelling and cooking.

Sarah C - Physiotherapist

Sarah graduated from The University of Sydney in 2009. She has extensive experience in orthopaedics, surgical and neurological physiotherapy across both public/private hospitals and within the community setting. Sarah achieves great outcomes with her patients as she focuses on encouraging and enabling her patients to reach their maximum potential.

Away from work, you’ll find Sarah either at the zoo, museum or anywhere her toddler wants to go!


Chris Verveen - Senior Physiotherapist

Chris has over 20 years’ experience as a physiotherapist, treating musculoskeletal injuries in the rehabilitation, hospital & private practice settings in Australia, Ireland and the UK. In addition, Chris has 17 years’ experience as a clinical Pilates instructor working with patients both individually and in small group sessions. Chris is committed to your successful, individualised, goal-orientated rehabilitation program.

Chris trained at University College Dublin, Ireland. She completed a graduate certificate at Melbourne University in women’s health/ pelvic floor physiotherapy in 2009. She completed her Master of Physiotherapy in 2015, also at Melbourne University. Her special interests include rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery, core conditioning and women’s health.

Away from work, Chris is a busy mum with two children and enjoys travel, skiing and camping with her family.


Oliver Ciejek - Physiotherapist

Oliver completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology (Human movement mechanics). He also completed his masters in Physiotherapy at La Trobe University.

He worked as a hydrotherapist and rehab support worker specialising in working with individuals that had sustained traumatic brain injury in Canada. In Australia Oliver has gained experience within private practice and clinical Pilates.

Oliver is passionate about empowering all of his clients and helping them reach their goals, restore function and performance through physiotherapy.

Oliver grew up in Canada where he loved to snowboard and spend time racing motocross.

He loves the outdoors and you will find him chasing swell on the surf coast when he is not working as a physiotherapist.


Fanaye Seifu - Physiotherapist

Fanaye is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist with a bachelor’s degree from Auckland University of Technology. She has worked as a physiotherapist in New Zealand in a musculoskeletal private practice for three years, before coming to Australia in early 2022. Fanaye was involved in sports rehab in Auckland with Rugby and Rugby league teams at premier level. She has also been involved in concussion rehabilitation and community/in-home based rehab. Her clinical interests include cervicogenic headaches (headaches arising from the neck), and lower back pain. Fanaye is a ‘foodie’ and loves to indulge in great culinary experiences across Melbourne.

Sammy Lee - Physiotherapist

Sammy graduated from the University of Queensland in 2011. She has extensive experience working in multiple acute surgical, orthopaedics, neuroscience, intensive care, maternity and rehabilitation clinical settings at both public and private hospitals across QLD, NSW and VIC. She is passionate in helping patients achieve optimum physical health following injuries or surgeries, as well as improving their overall quality of life.

Sammy enjoys playing tennis, baking experiments, and travelling around the world with her happy little family of four.


Marina Teo - Physiotherapist

Marina graduated from University of South Australia in 2011 and has since worked as a mobile physiotherapist and in multiple acute, sub-acute and rehabilitation private hospitals. She has also been a medical representative for total hip and knee replacement surgeries. She currently specialises in orthopaedic rehabilitation post joint replacement surgeries. Marina shows great enthusiasm and passion in providing the best care and support to ensure clients achieve their goals.

Outside of her physio work, Marina enjoys taking her 2 welsh corgis out for walks and to the beach for a swim. She also enjoys cooking and working out at the gym.

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Daniel Clarke - Physiotherapist

Daniel graduated from Latrobe University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice. Since then, he has worked across a broad range of healthcare services in Victoria and Tasmania including acute and rehab hospitals, aged care, community and private practice. During this time, he has gained invaluable clinical experience helping people across a broad range of healthcare conditions including hip and knee replacements, falls and balance issues, fractures and other injuries. Daniel enjoys working across a broad range of areas to maximise his clinical skillset but over his working career has spent a lot of time working with orthopaedic and musculoskeletal injuries in particular.

Outside of his physiotherapy work, Daniel is a very keen hiker and spends most of his weekends and spare time in the outdoors in some way shape or form. He endeavours as much as possible to share this love of the outdoors and being active with his clients and often uses this to collaborate with clients to help develop specific functional goals he can help them achieve.


Jackie Marshall - Physiotherapist

Jackie graduated from Latrobe University in 2008 and has worked in various private practices since then. She has extensive experience in Sports Physiotherapy having previously worked as a physiotherapist for VFL football club Port Melbourne. More recently Jackie has specialised in Clinical Pilates and exercise based rehabilitation, and has a keen interest in lower limb movement disorders.

In her spare time Jackie is busy chasing after her two young kids and enjoys keeping fit through group fitness classes and Pilates


Eamonn McColl - Physiotherapist

Eamonn is a La Trobe Uni graduate with 10 years of work experience as a physio, and is currently completely a Masters in Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning). He has worked in a variety of fields, including private practice extensively, onsite for Qantas, aged care facilities, with amateur Melbourne sporting teams, and at the Australian Defence Force. Eamonn is passionate about the benefits of exercise and enjoys tailoring exercise programs to individuals of all abilities in order to maximise these benefits. Outside of work and study, Eamonn enjoys long-distance running, surfing, reading, and following the NBA.

Sue McCall - Senior Physiotherapist

Sue has been a physiotherapist for 30 years and had worked previously in South Africa and England, before settling in Melbourne. She has experience in acute and rehabilitation hospital settings, but her passion has always been for rehabilitation in the home for the personalised approach it allows for the patient.

Sue lives is the Dandenongs so is out most days on the trails, either running or mountain biking.


Hesham Azer - Senior Physiotherapist

Hesham has over 25 years of experience as a physiotherapist in private practice,
treating clients of all ages. He has been mainly involved in the treatment of Orthopaedic,
Musculoskeletal and sports injuries. Also, as an occupational physiotherapist working for
a number of national and international companies. He has extensive experience working
with sporting team: notably the Team physiotherapist for Fremantle FC, Vic Metro under 18s,
Eastern Ranges FC and the AFL umpires.
Outside of work , he enjoys all sports, especially AFL, photography and travel.


Grace Gibbs - Physiotherapist

Graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2010 and moved to rural SA, Border town, in 2011 to begin my career as a physiotherapist where I worked between private practice and the country hospital.
From bordertown I practiced in multiple rural SA locations while raising my young family. These include ceduna where I did my own private practice, Clare, Whyalla and Mount Gambier. I have predominantly worked in residential aged care facilities and community since 2017.
I am passionate and focused on my patients and develop excellent interpersonal relationships and hence achieve great outcomes.
In my ‘spare time’ – I am a busy mum with an 11 year old daughter who does gymnastics 3 x a week, an 8 year old daughter  and 6 year old son who both do athletics
Sport has been a huge part of my life and once upon a time I was a national champion in NZ in gymnastics


Tara Biddulph - Physiotherapist

Tara has obtained a Bachelor of Sports Science from Bond University in addition to a Bachelor of Exercise Science and Master of Physiotherapy from Griffith University. She has experience in aged care, private practice and community physiotherapy. Her skills include pain management, exercise prescription, hydrotherapy, manual therapy and geriatric physiotherapy.

Tara is passionate about connecting with her patients to help them to achieve their goals and feel confident and independent moving forward. She believes physiotherapy should be an enjoyable experience for both physio and patient, and is an advocate for community engagement to improve quality of life.

Outside of work, Tara enjoys exploring new places with her 2 year old son and husband and performing and attending regular aerial circus classes. Her favourite apparatus to perform is silks.


Sean Koay - Physiotherapist

Sean graduated from La Trobe University with Bachelor of Health Science and Masters in Physiotherapy Practice. He has experience working in both private practice and aged care settings.


Sean has clinical interest in managing musculoskeletal injuries, dealing with chronic pain, falls prevention management and treating neurological condition. He is passionate in assisting his clients to return to activities they enjoy, regaining independence, or exploring new possibilities. His physiotherapy approach is centred around gaining a thorough understanding of his patient’s needs and tailor a graded exercise program to achieve their goals.


Outside of work, Sean enjoys going to gym, plays badminton, travelling and participates in outdoor activities.


Laura Cheung - Physiotherapist

Laura graduated from La Trobe University with a Masters in Physiotherapy Practice and Bachelor of Health Science. She has gained experience within orthopedic and sports private practice, residential aged care setting, and community rehabilitation.
She is passionate about enabling people to achieve their independence and other goals which will improve their quality of life and wellbeing. In addition, Laura has completed a Pilates Matwork, APA Spinal course, Parkinson’s disease course, and COVID-19 infection control course.

On the side, she does freelance photography and enjoys the outdoors.


Adrain Magalas - Physiotherapist

Adrian has over 20 years experience as a skilled physiotherapist in treating musculoskeletal injuries across rehabilitation, hospital & private practice settings in Melbourne.

He graduated with Physiotherapy honours from The University of Melbourne in 2000 and has special interests in rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery, treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions and strength and conditioning training for overall health.

When not working, Adrian enjoys home life with his wife and three young kids plus cycling up big hills, skiing down even bigger hills, travelling and barracking for the mighty Pies!


Wilber Kwok - Physiotherapist

Wilber graduated from Monash University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hons).
Wilber has experience working in community home based care and residential aged care focusing on musculoskeletal rehabilitation and reconditioning. Wilber believes in client based practice working with client’s motivations to achieve the best outcome. Personalising each session towards the clients goals and helping them to get the most out of their treatments. He wants to see his clients get back into what makes them happy.
In his spare time Wilber likes to dance ballroom and salsa, play volleyball and go for a hike in the great outdoors!

David Koh - Physiotherapist

David graduated from The University of Queensland, Australia and has practised as a physiotherapist in a variety of settings across acute hospitals, short and long-term rehabilitation hospitals, aged care, and private practice in Singapore and Australia. He also underwent a strength training course directed at geriatrics in Finland and believes exercise is the key to ageing well.
David strives to educate his clients to understand their own conditions and works alongside to empower them to get better through manual therapy and exercises.
Outside of work, David spends time with his family, enjoying the beautiful outdoors caravanning and going to the beach or snow.

Michelle Lin - Physiotherapist

Michelle moved to Melbourne in 2016 to pursue the Doctorate of Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne. Prior to that, she completed her Bachelor in Kinesiology at the University of British Columbia in Canada. She has experience working in the private sector with a wide range of case load, including musculoskeletal, women’s health, and paediatric population, while integrating Pilates to exercise-based rehab. Michelle enjoys working with AFL players, having worked as a sports trainer and in-house physio for 3 years with a regional footy team. Additionally, she has extensive experience working with the geriatric and dementia population in prescribing exercises to maintain functional mobility and rehabilitation post elective and emergency surgeries. She adapts a multidisciplinary approach in working with the geriatric population to achieve the best outcome for her patients. Michelle has special interest in treating injuries related to musicians, having played various instruments since childhood.

In her spare time, Michelle enjoys netball, tennis, hiking and swimming during the summer season and chases after the snow with skiing and snowboarding in the winter months. She also loves travelling, having lived in Dubai for 2 years while working for Emirates Airline, flying to 73 countries. Michelle can speak Mandarin Chinese fluently and some conversational German.


Vinay Hiremath - Physiotherapist

Overseas- trained Physiotherapist from India. Have been practising in the profession since 2009 and have experience with various clinical settings to include hospitals, acute/sub acute rehab, community physio, aged care and private practice setting. Special interest in musculoskeletal injuries and orthopaedic Rehab. Outside work I enjoy spending time with my little boy and family also, love playing cricket and follow soccer.

Aleksandra Tomic - Physiotherapist

Aleks graduated as a physiotherapist and completed her Master’s degree in Surgery, Orthopaedics and Trauma in 2013 from North Macedonia. Since, she has gained a wide range of experience working in community, private practice, aged care and disability sector, hospital settings and rehabilitation. Aleks has great interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions and is passionate about lower back pain, shoulder pain, orthopaedic conditions, and general conditioning. Making life more meaningful for her clients by achieving their goals is the greatest fulfillment she has working as a physiotherapist.

In her spare time Aleks enjoys spending time with her family and two kids, going for walks at the beach, nutrition and making new recipes, yoga and Pilates.


Shrutika Namle - Physiotherapist

Graduated as a Physiotherapist from Mumbai, India and completed Masters in Health service management from Griffith University in Brisbane. Shrutika has over 10 years + experience working as a Physiotherapist

Shrutika has an interest in treating orthopaedic conditions and rehabilitation injuries. She is trained as a Mulligan therapist and PD warrior therapist and have gained experience working across the private and public health settings in Victoria over the last 8 years.
In her spare time she enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with her family.


Erika Diaz - Physiotherapist

Graduated in 2009 from Universidad Nuestra Señora del Rosario in Bogotá, Colombia.

Completed placements in three different hospitals where she acquired skills in physiotherapy assessment and treatment, emphasizing in sports rehabilitation and having the opportunity to be part of the rehabilitation team for elite athletes of the National bowling league. Also, worked at the rehabilitation unit for soldiers wounded in combat, specifically with amputated soldiers who trained to compete in various disciplines as Paralympians.

Upon graduation and in search of broadening Erika’s experience, she started working at a public hospital in the outpatient’s clinic, before moving to work in community-based rehabilitation where she developed her rehabilitation skills working with patients suffering neurological and chronic conditions.

Since being in Australia, she has been Physio, she has worked as a musculoskeletal physio and pilates instructor. Erika has raised a special interest in rehabilitation based pilates and myofascial dysfunctions treated with dry needling.  My personal interests are sports injuries, orthopaedic rehab, clinical pilates and postnatal pilates .
In my spare time I enjoy running/walking boxing and baking.


Hetal Bathani - Physiotherapist


Hetal finished her study from overseas and has more than 8 years experience working as a physiotherapist in Australia.

She has worked across different settings including rehabilitation, private practice and nursing home. She has specific interests in treating orthopaedic and numerological conditions, pain management and post surgical rehabilitation.

Hetals main motivation is her patients smile and progress. She believes physiotherapy improve person’s quality of life and also help them to achieve more in their health which makes her proud of being a physiotherapist.


Michael Beasley - Physiotherapist

A local to the Bayside area, Michael specialises in sports, musculoskeletal, and post-surgical management. He has worked with elite level sporting teams including The Sandringham Dragons and VAFA representative teams both nationally and internationally. He also provided physiotherapy care to the Australian Defence Force in East Timor. He completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science and a Master of Physiotherapy at Griffith University in Queensland in 2004.
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Harrison Shill - Physiotherapist

Harry graduated from Monash University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Hon).

Harry has experience in many fields of physiotherapy, working across private practise, aged care, elite sport and home-based physiotherapy. This means he is passionate about helping those from all walks of life to achieve their rehabilitation goals whether that be competing in their first fun-run or just walking the dog along the beach.

Harry has a strong focus on including his clients in the decision making of their treatment which he finds leads to better long-term results.

On the weekends you can probably find Harry riding his bike on the road or in the mountains, playing golf or watching the never-ending struggle of the Richmond Football Club.


Isabella Ierardo - Physiotherapist

Isabella graduated from the Doctor of Physiotherapy from the University of Melbourne. Isabella has worked in private practice since then treating and managing various musculoskeletal conditions. Alongside this, Isabella also works as an assistant physiotherapist at Werribee VFL. Furthermore, Isabella has a keen interest in both vestibular rehabilitation and women’s health.
Isabella is passionate about creating a program that is best suited to her clients with importance on education to help empower her clients to ensure results are sustained long term.
During free time, Isabella enjoys spending time with family and friends, watching sport, being in the outdoors and spending her weekends exploring new places.


Emily Wardill - Physiotherapist

Emily graduated from Brunel University in London in 2018 with a BSc in Physiontherapy. She spent two years as a rotational physiotherapist working in a hospital setting in aged care, neurology, musculoskeletal outpatients, respiratory and orthopaedics. She then spent the next two years as an MSK and orthopaedic physio in both an inpatient and outpatient setting. She has recently moved to Melbourne from the UK and have experienced working in a private MSK clinic. Emily is passionate about helping people to get stronger and achieve their goals. She loves being active and in her spare time she enjoys walking, cycling and going to the gym.

Natalie Ly - Physiotherapist

Natalie has completed a Master of Physiotherapy Practice from La Trobe University and has experience in a busy Melbourne hospital in neurological, orthopaedic, and geriatric rehabilitation. Natalie has a keen interest in post-surgical rehabilitation and is committed to helping clients recover and regain their mobility and strength after surgery.

Natalie is also a disability support worker and has also worked as a sports trainer for various football teams across Melbourne. In her spare time, she loves to explore new cultures and cuisines by traveling to different countries. She spends her weekends surfing, camping and hiking.
Whether you’re recovering from an injury, managing a chronic condition, or striving to achieve peak performance, Natalie will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs and goals.

Occupational Therapists:


Peong C - Occupational Therapist

Senior OT in a rehab hospital and experience in hospital, community and aged care. Peony specialises in equipment prescription, functional assessments and home modification  plus focuses on client-centred practice. Peony will work with you to achieve your goals and maximise functional performance
In my free time I like going to the gym, playing tennis, travelling, playing the piano or just chilling with friends and family


Nahama Franck - Occupational Therapist

Nahama has been practicing Occupational Therapy for 20 years, and has worked across a multitude of fields and different Health Practices.
She has a strong interest in working towards people being able to remain living in their homes, and enjoys thinking outside the square in order to overcome obstacles that may arise.
Nahama focuses on promoting safe living at home, tailoring her advice to each individual person.
A great deal of satisfaction is derived from finding simple solutions to challenges, whether it be the way a person completes a task, or what equipment is appropriate.
Working at Rehab Ready allows Nahama to maximise peoples’ independence, particularly after a period of being unwell or a medical procedure. She is also able to discuss options for community services and resources that may be of benefit to people so that they can continue to enjoy living at home and manage their daily tasks.

Lucinda Graham - Occupational Therapist


Rhonda Ng - Occupational Therapist

Rhonda graduated from the University of South Australia in 2017 with a Master of OT. She has experience in community and aged care in diverse organisations. She has worked with clients with different health conditions and disabilities.

Rhonda is also a former ACAS Assessor with extensive knowledge about Aged Care funding, frameworks, and regulations. Outside of work, Rhonda likes going to the gym, playing PS5, and spending time with her family and cat.


Emily Munoz - Occupational Therapist

With 13 years of diverse occupational therapy experience, Emily has successfully navigated through acute, rehabilitation, and community settings. Her expertise extends to working with clients facing orthopedic, trauma, neurological and general medical diagnoses. Committed to enhancing lives through personalised therapy, she brings a wealth of knowledge and a compassionate approach to every client interaction

Roda Shire - Occupational Therapist

Occupational Therapist from Auckland New Zealand, now living in Melbourne. Roda
graduated from Auckland University of Technology (AUT); she has worked as an
Occupational Therapist for 4 years gaining experience across different areas. Roda has
worked in the busy hospital environment in the acute wards, age care and community
settings. Roda provides client centred support to meet client/family goals. Roda offers
functional assessments, equipment provision, basic housing modifications etc to meet your
essential needs. Roda has developed a passion for working with people and their families to
re-engage with life’s day to day operations and help maintain overall health and wellbeing.
On her free time Roda enjoys catching the latest marvel films, going on road trips, hikes, and
spending quality time with family and friends. Roda is a very big believer in treating others as
you yourself would like to be treated and focuses on providing quality care.

Admin Team:


Deborah Birchall - Practice Manager

Deb holds a Diploma of Practice Management from the Australian Medical Association and has been working in Healthcare for over 8 years in Allied Health and General Practice clinics throughout Melbourne.  Her experience includes managing multiple clinics and providing operational support to a large corporate group of general practices.  She is passionate about patient care and the benefits of preventive health care.

Away from work Deb enjoys traveling, dining out and spending time with her family.


Rebecca Brook - Administration Assistant

Rebecca has extensive experience in the health care industry, having worked 7 years in the industry in both General Practice and Specialist Clinics. Rebecca prides herself on patient care, whilst her high level administrative and organisational skills help to keep the Practice operating efficiently to ensure the needs of patients and fellow colleagues are met.
In her spare time, Rebecca loves spending time with her friends and family which include two young children, pilates and cooking.