Kunle Ogundana – Physiotherapist
Kunle obtained his Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Physiotherapy at Western Sydney University. He has special interests in sports physiotherapy and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Kunle is a big football (soccer) fan, he enjoys spending his leisure times with family and friends. He is a fitness enthusiast and uses the gym very regularly. He has other hobbies which include, playing video games when he has some free time, outdoor activities such as going
bushwalking and going to the beach. He also enjoys watching the latest movies or any interesting documentaries.
Karishma Jhaveri – Physiotherapist
Karishma has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Manipal University, India. She has an interest in the musculosketal and sports aspects of physiotherapy. Karishma is and adventurer and certified scuba diver. She has lived in India, Malaysia and Honk Kong before moving to Australia and believes life is too short not to live it to the fullest.
Ramneet Shergill – Physiotherapist
‘CURRENTLY ON MATERNITY LEAVE’
Ramneet has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Guru Nanak Dev University (GNDU), India and also holds a Masters in Public Health from University of Wollongong. Ramneet has a interest in women’s health and empowering them to achieve their goals. She enjoys new challenges in life. When Ramneet is not working she enjoys road cycling and he furthest distance was 185km over 2 days. Running is something else she enjoys and she has completed a half-marathon and next on her list is to finish a full marathon.