We offer a range of Allied Health professionals who visit our practice and can assist with your needs.
Melanie graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2010 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry) with Honours.
Melanie has a broad interest in all areas of podiatry, in particular lower limb biomechanics. She developed a keen interest in biomechanics and musculoskeletal injuries while she was involved heavily with sports herself – competing in numerous sporting teams and nationally for hurdles and javelin. It was during this time that Melanie aspired to be a Podiatrist after realising the importance of the lower limb in all aspects of life for both the young and elderly, whether in the sporting arena or during general day to day activities.
Going through two ACL reconstructions herself, she is aware of the importance of all aspects of the rehabilitation process. It is very important to Melanie that her patients achieve their individual goals whether that be improving general mobility, sporting goals and/or personal ambitions.
Melanie has a closer relationship around all the clinics with associated GP’s, allied health professionals (physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, massage therapists, dieticians) and pharmacists to ensure the best treatment options are being provided to her patients.
Outside of work she keeps active through gym, volleyball and swimming; and has a passion for music whether it’s listening live or playing the drums at gigs around Brisbane.
Mel is available at Morningside on Wednesdays.
More information about Toe-tal Podiatry is available on their website: Toe-tal Podiatry
Eamonn graduated from QUT in 2014 with a Bachelor in Podiatry and Human Movement Studies. Since then he has worked across Brisbane in private practice podiatry.
Eamonn is a triathlete and runner. He has competed at the Triathlon World Championships in 2014 (Edmonton) and again in 2018 (Gold Coast). His favourite way to challenge himself with racing and training is competing in Half Ironman distance triathlons and half marathon running events.
From his years of running, triathlon and other sporting/athletic endeavours, he has a keen interest in biomechanics and injury prevention. He enjoys the challenge of working with patients that have injuries, niggles or concerns related to their exercise regime. Outside of work and training, you can find Eamonn enjoying coffee, breakfast with friends, attempting some amateur photography and relaxing with a movie.
Eamonn has commenced working from our Morningside clinic on Wednesdays.
More information about Toe-tal Podiatry is available on their website found here: Toe-tal Podiatry
Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) & Accredited Mental Health First Aid Officer
Joanna Giang received her Masters of Nutrition and Dietetic Practice from Bond University, graduating with the Vice Chancellors List for Academic Excellence and voted Players Players by her peers. She is also a member of Dietitians Australia (DA).
Joanna is a weight neutral dietitian who practises within the Health At Every Size® (HAES®) framework. She has had experience working across private practice, clinical, community, foodservices and research. She can tailor dietetic and nutrition advice to all ages and address specific areas such as chronic disease management and prevention.
Joanna understands first hand the importance of good oral, gut and skin health, and their impact on individual and family health.
A compassionate dietitian, Joanna prides herself on going the extra mile for her patients. She ensures their needs are met by providing evidence-based care.
She is currently a peer reviewer for the Nutrition Journal and believes in the need for further education and professional training.
Outside of the clinic, Joanna enjoys spending her spare time with her family and friends, and enjoys travelling and discovering new foods.
Joanna is available at Morningside every second Tuesday 2:30pm - 6pm.
More information about Flipside Nutrition can be found on their website: Flipside Nutrition
BA Psych (Hons) BSW (Hons) Assoc MAPS
Jasmine has worked with adults with a range of concerns and has specialised in the treatment of anxiety disorders, mood disorders and trauma. Jasmine also has a passion for working with children and adolescents and enjoys working collaboratively with families to achieve positive changes. She is trained in a range of evidence-based interventions including cognitive-behaviour therapy, motivational interviewing and psychotherapy.
Jasmine has been working in the field since 2001 and has worked in both community agencies and in the government sector at Queensland Health. Jasmine works in respectful and nonjudgmental ways to help people to gain new skills and find their own solutions.
Jasmine is available at Morningside on Saturday mornings 8am - 12pm.
|Monday||7.00am - 9.00pm|
|Tuesday||7.00am - 9.00pm|
|Wednesday||7.00am - 9.00pm|
|Thursday||7.00am - 9.00pm|
|Friday||7.00am - 5.00pm|
|Saturday||8.00am - 11.30am|
|Sunday||9.00am - 1.00pm|
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