Catherina Chau graduated in Physiotherapy in 1993 from Lincoln-LaTrobe University. She is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with 25 years of experience in both private and public settings, working in various acute & rehabilitation hospital, private practices and community health services. She is fully registered with AHPRA and is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Catherina has special interest in sports & spinal conditions with a strong focus on exercise and self- management, supported by clinical reasoning and research evidence -based outcomes. She firmly believes in wholistic patient centred care with educating and empowering patients to manage their health & wellbeing. She speaks some Malaysian, Cantonese & Hokkien, with minimal Mandarin.
Edward Chan graduated in Physiotherapy in 1986. Since graduating, he has worked in various acute hospital, rehabilitation, private practice and community health settings. He completed further study at Melbourne University (Musculo-Skeletal and Manipulation stream) and was awarded Master in Physiotherapy in 1999. Edward has special interest in spinal conditions with a strong focus on exercise and self- management, and has worked at Carrington Health (formerly Whitehorse Community Health) for many years, running various gym and health programs. He speaks fluent Cantonese.
Tammie ST Choi is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who speaks Cantonese and Mandarin. She provides individual consultations at Carrington Health (43 Carrington Rd, Box Hill), helping people to gain knowledge and confidence in making better food choices for health. She has special interest in lifestyle diseases, general health, and Asian diet.
Bertha Wong is a paediatric clinical psychologist specialising in working with pre-school, school age children and adolescents with emerging and existing mental health issues, including social-emotional and behavioural issues. Her particular interests are emotion regulation, parenting, autism spectrum disorder and asperger's disorders. She speaks fluent Mandarin
Adam Yao graduated with Masters in Podiatry, and has experience working in both private and public settings, exposing him to treating a wide range of foot and ankle problems with people from all walks of life. He has a special interest in sports and work related foot/ankle injuries, diabetic foot care and nail surgery for ingrown toe nails. At the core of Adam's treatment approach is his emphasis on educating and empowering patients to manage and prevent their own ailments. He speaks fluent Cantonese.
Chloe Pang is a registered Psychologist with AHPRA and an Associate Member of APS. She has worked as a Psychologist/Counsellor in various settings including government sectors (Victims of Crime, Disability Services) schools, community health centre, drug and alcohol treatment services and private practice. She also conducts in psychological assessment and treatment in Cantonese and Mandarin.
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