Allied Health Services
BAppSc(Physiotherapy) / Mast.Man.Therapy, MAPA|
Dilhan graduated from the University of Sydney in 2003 and has since excelled in the field of musculoskeletal and orthopaedic physiotherapy. He further added to his skill-set by attaining a Master of Manual Therapy at the University of Western Australia. Having worked extensively in private practice and gaining exposure to a wide variety of conditions Dilhan prides himself on accurately diagnosing one’s problem and tailoring an individualised treatment approach to achieve their goals. He predominantly uses a ‘hands-on’ approach to treatment and exercise based therapy in order to resolve the symptoms as well as addressing the cause of the underlying problem.
Dilhan has provided services to the following organisations and sports teams:
West Tigers Rugby League – Balmain Representative Junior Divison
Newington College, Stanmore- Rugby 1st XV
West-Middlesex University Hospital, London UK – Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Tamworth Base Hospital – Senior Orthopaedic Physiotherapist
Corporate Onsite Physiotherapy – Versacold/Linfox
PhysioFitness – Carlingford Fitness First
Sydney Physiotherapy and Sports injury clinic
Padstow Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre
Robyn is interested in all aspects of podiatry, and is experienced in treating a range of clinical presentations, from acute conditions including ingrown toenails, musculoskeletal injuries, general nail treatments plus chronic conditions such as diabetes, and fungal nails. She completed her Bachelor Degree in Podiatry at the University of Newcastle.
Megan is an Accredited Practising Dietitian. She graduated from a Bachelor of Science in 2016, and a Master of Nutrition and Dietetics from The University of Sydney in 2019. Megan has been working as a Personal Trainer for over six years, and also currently works in Corporate Health Promotion.
Megan has a strong interest in Nutrition and Physical Activity. She is passionate about helping clients to improve their health through tailored nutrition advice which aims to bringing about small but impactful lifestyle changes.
Megan is particularly interested in treating conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, cancers, gastrointestinal diseases, food allergies, food intolerances, disordered eating, and overweight and obesity.
Once a month, an audiologist from National Hearing Care visits the practice to assess the hearing of patients for free.
One in six Australians has a hearing loss and often they do not realise it. National Hearing Care suggests that everyone should get a hearing check regularly as it is important to detect and treat hearing loss.