Jenny Goodrick – Physiotherapist

Jenny has a B.Sc. (Physio) from Stellenboch University, South Africa.

She has a post graduate certificate in Spinal and Peripheral Manipulation from the University of the Free State and the Manipulative Therapists’ Group of the South African Society of Physiotherapy. She has completed Level One of the Musculoskeletal Group of the Australian Physiotherapy Association.

She enjoys spending time educating patients about their conditions and includes the latest pain neuroscience in her approach.

Paula Jackson – Podiatrist

I Have been qualified and working a a podiatrist since 1983 graduating from W.A. Institute of Technology, Diploma of Podiatry and later Curtin University Bachelor of Science degree.

I have commenced working in private practice in 1984 and concurrently worked 12 years with WACHS based at Collie Hospital. I set up a second practice in Australind in 2011, and changed my practice name to Align Podiatry, to encompass both of my practices.

I practice all areas of podiatry although I have special interest in practicing manual therapies, including Myofascial triggger point therapies, dry needling and low level laser;  to treat foot and lower limb pain. Recently the addition of Radial Shockwave Therapy  to the practice has been very valuable tool in treatment of plantar heel pain and achilles tendinopathies.

Dr Jonathan Liu

Jonathan is originally from Canada and obtained his medical degree at Flinders University in Adelaide.

Jonathan has been in the Perth region since 2016. Jonathan has worked in various specialities at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Hollywood Private Hospital, Peel Health Campus and most recently Joondalup Health Campus.

Jonathan also has experience volunteering in medical clinics in Central America. He has a particular interest in acute medicine, internal medicine and chronic disease management.

In his spare time Jonathan enjoys travelling, photography and ice skating.

Dr Abdel Ghobrial

Dr Ghobrial completed a Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Pharmacy at the University of Queensland and James Cook University Respectively. Dr Ghobrial then moved to WA where he went on to complete his medical degree at the University of Notre Dame Fremantle.

He has experience working at Royal Perth, Rockingham and Armadale Hospitals. Also experience working in general practice in Geraldton and Perth.

Dr Ghobrial’s interests include Internal Medicine, Pharmacology and Skin Cancer Surgery.

Dr Ram Shrestha

Dr. Ram graduated from the Kathmandu University, Nepal and has also completed Masters of Science, Population Health from the University of Wollongong, NSW

He has over 5 years experience working in various specialities at St John of God Subiaco Hospital, Swan District Hospital, St John of God Murdoch Hospital, Royal Perth Hospital and St John of God Midland Hospital.

Dr. Ram has special interest in Chronic disease management, skin cancer surgery, acute medicine and comprehensive care.

Dr Ken Kyaw

Dr Ken graduated from the University of Medicine 1, Myanmar in 2006 after which he worked as a hospital medical office, ship medical office and a general practitioner. Dr Ken moved to Australia in 2014. Dr Ken has over 5 years of experience working in Australia including hospital, city and rural general practice. Dr Ken also worked with the silver chain home hospital team.

Dr Ken has a special interest in aged care, chronic disease management, acute medicine and comprehensive care.

Dr Ken is fluent in English, Burmese and also speaks a little bit of Mandarin.

Dr Yen Lim

Dr Lim obtained her medical degree from the University of Adelaide in 2006. She worked in major hospitals in Adelaide before pursuing a career as a rural GP in Geraldton.

She has moved to Bunbury after 9 years of experience working in Geraldton and Kalgoorlie.

Dr Lim is passionate about providing quality care to her patients. She has a special interest in aged care, chronic diseases management, women’s health and palliative care.

Balancing work and being a mum, her personal interests include travelling, music, running and baking.

Dr Candice Simpson

After completing medical training at the University of Melbourne’s Rural Clinical School and working for 4 years at the Geelong Hospital, Candice moved to Far North Queensland to complete her GP/rural generalist training.  She spent 2 years working in Cooktown and completed her GP anaesthetics training at Hervey Bay Hospital.

Candice has a passion for rural medicine and for providing comprehensive care to all her patients.  She has a special interest in sports medicine, volunteering as team doctor for South West Phoenix soccer club, as well as being on the Australian and Queensland medical teams for Special Olympics.