Our Team

Dr Alaleh (Ollie) Vaezi

General Practitioner (GP)

D Ollie graduated from Azad Medical University of Tehran, Iran. She moved to the UK in 2004 and finished her post graduate training in Acute Medicine. Ollie was attracted to General Practice and decided to pursue a career in this field. She completed her training in Devon, England and has been granted her fellowship in General Practice, both in the UK and Australia.

Ollie likes every aspect of General Practice, especially chronic disease, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and mental health.

Ollie has settled nicely and is enjoying her new adventure in Australia with her husband and their two little girls.

Dr Yuven Ramachadran

General Practitioner (GP)

Dr Yuven completed his medical degree at The University of Leeds, England. He obtained a Master’s degree in clinical dermatology from The University of Cardiff, before deciding to venture into General Practice.

He is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and has a special interest in Musculoskeletal/sports injuries, paediatric medicine and mental health.

Outside of medicine, Dr Yuven likes to cook, enjoys getting outdoors to exercise and has been busy exploring and getting to know Victoria’s surroundings and natural beauty.

Dr M N Ramachadran

General Practitioner (GP)

Dr Ramachadran completed his undergraduate medical education from Sheffield University, England. He continued his postgraduate medical education in Basic Surgical Training before specialising in General Practice and completed his training in Lincolnshire, England. He moved to Australia with his young family and gained his fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners soon after.

Dr Ramachadran enjoys all aspects of General Practice. He has completed his Postgraduate Certificate in Diabetes Care from the University of Warwick, and has extensive experience in chronic disease management, mental health, men’s health and women’s health. Over recent years, he has developed a special interest in dermatology and children’s health.

Outside of medicine, Dr Ramachadran has set roots here in Melbourne with his wife and 3 young children. They spend their free time exploring the amazing outdoors Victoria has to offer. He is a keen sports fan and enjoys soccer, tennis and golf.

Scott Rolph

Physiotherapist

Scott is a Physiotherapist with a strong history of working in Private Practice. Growing up, Scott was a competitive swimmer, whose ongoing injuries meant he spent more time out of the water and in physiotherapy and so began his interest for understanding the human body and how best to treat and return people to doing what they love most.

After completing a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Monash University, Scott has developed extensive experience as a physiotherapist across a broad range of clinical areas. His expertise and areas of interest include the physical therapy of postoperative patients (particularly shoulders and knees) and across all sports. Scott has worked for a number of years in private hospitals with post-operative patients and following up their rehabilitation in the clinic. With particular interest in acute injury management, training and return to play, Scott has worked with football, soccer and hockey teams as well as bodybuilders and physique athletes. One of Scott’s key sporting interest’s is swimming, and he was fortunate enough to have worked with Victoria Swimming nationally, and Australian Swimming, internationally. Furthermore, with experience in patient care in nursing homes, hydrotherapy rehabilitation, TAC and WorkCover claims, Scott truly is a well rounded, dedicated and passionate Physiotherapist.

With his varied history of experiences treating children and adolescents to the elderly, the top athletes to the weekend warrior, Scott is a great choice to see to ensure you get the right treatment and management of your acute or chronic injuries as well as the right plan to get you back to sport, work or whatever your goals may be!

Teghan

Myotherapist

Teghan is a Myotherapist and has been a local in the Monbulk area for her whole life. She has been a part of the Monbulk Ranges soccer club as a player for 10 years.

She grew her passion for Myotherapy when she sustained any injury during soccer and was hooked as soon as she had her first treatment with a Myotherapist.

Teghan began to feel the passion to help other players/athletes with their sport injuries and after seeing a Myotherapist regularly for 2 years.

Teghan studied at RMIT University for two years and obtained her Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy in the end of 2015.

She had placements through Australian College of Basketball for 3 weeks, and she also had placements with the National Institute of Circus Arts for 3 weeks, she also did weekly clinic session for the 2 years of studying at the university clinic rooms.

Once leaving RMIT Teghan began working at Monbulk Ranges Soccer club treating teammates and other players.

She then was asked to work for Lilydale Football club for the senior Men’s in 2016 and did that for a season before leaving and working part time at Rowville Health Sports and Spinal Rehabilitation centre.

Teghan felt the need to help others closer to her area and broaden her experience by opening up her own business in the rooms of her local Doctors surgery at Moores Road Medical Centre.

Teghan also had the opportunity to travel to Sydney with the Under 16 State Victorian Soccer girls team in 2017 to be the team Myotherapist, this opportunity was a great experience to work with elite players in a competition environment.

This has brought her many new experiences and great challenges that have really helped shape her as a Myotherapist.

Melissa Noonan

Psychologist

After 20 years of working as a Psychologist and Counsellor, in numerous community settings and in private practice, I remain as passionate about helping people to reach their potential by supporting them in working through life’s challenges as when I first began.

I enjoy working with people with an interest in alternative health, diverse lifestyles and spiritual traditions.

What issues do I work with?
Fertility:

Supporting women and their partners in attempting to conceive naturally and with IVF, and managing the difficult emotions that can accompany this quest.

Managing the grief and loss associated with miscarriage, or inability to conceive.
Dealing with expectations particularly where “things haven’t gone to plan” related to pregnancy, birth, breastfeeding and having a baby.

Transition to parenthood:

I believe in greater transparency about the joys and challenges that having young children can bring to parents and their families including; social isolation, changes to relationships, loss of libido, identity as a parent rather than working person, whether to have another baby and many other such concerns.

Transgender, intersex, bisexual, and same sex attracted people:

I have substantial experience assisting these individuals in attaining the goals they have in their lives, despite often having to overcome discrimination and prejudice, from their closest family to the broader society.

I have supported many transgender clients in their journey from “coming out” to family, friends and colleagues, to living full time in their preferred gender identity. This has included navigating the complex medical system involved in gender reassignment including providing support pre and post surgery.

Other areas of Interest:
  • Self esteem
  • Personal empowerment
  • Stress management
  • Self care
  • Assertiveness
  • Relationship issues
  • Trauma (including PTSD)
  • Mindfulness/meditation
  • Family/domestic violence
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Managing difficult and painful emotions: Grief and loss, anger, disappointment.
  • Co-production of a Relaxation and Visualisation CD aimed at managing anxiety and depression.
Group-work:

Topics have included: Conflict resolution; Assertiveness; Managing anger constructively; Depression, Anxiety; and Supporting women who’ve experienced family violence.

My approach could be summed as non-judgemental, humanistic, client centred, and outcome informed.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is a values based approach to assisting people in achieving a rich, full and meaningful life despite experiencing difficult and painful emotions and thoughts is a key approach I’ve adopted in recent years. I have training in CBT, interpersonal therapy and draw on Narrative and many other therapeutic approaches as relevant to the presenting concerns.

I am registered for the Medicare Benefits Scheme, which provides up to 10 sessions per calendar year and substantial rebates for clients. I am also registered with most private health funds.

I look forward to accompanying you on your journey to greater health, wellbeing, and personal awareness.

Qualification Details
  • Fully qualified Psychologist registered since 1998.
  • Member of The Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
  • Member Australian Psychological Society (APS)

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