PhysioChoice, Werribee

Kanwal Singh – Physiotherapist

Kanwal attained his bachelor of Health Sciences and Masters of Physiotherapy Practice from La Trobe University, Bundoora and is currently completing his Postgraduate studies in Musculosketal Physiotherapy. He has worked with a wide range of clinical settings to helping people achieve their goals and uses clinical Pilates and exercise rehabilitation knowledge to help people return to their sports and activities. Kanwal also works with state league women’s soccer team and football teams as a physiotherapist. He has a keen interest in musculoskeletal health and wellbeing. Kanwal enjoys exercising through gym, running, kickboxing and completing obstacle races.





Kiran Surenani – Exercise Physiologist

Kiran has a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Rajiv Gandhi University in Banglore India. He also holds a Masters of Applied Science which he obtained from Victoria University, Melbourne. Kiran started his career as a Physiotherapist in India working in various clinical settings. He has a particular interest in improving quality of life, health and well-being through prescription of exercise. In his spare time Kiran enjoys a wide range of activities including, cricket, movies and likes travelling. Cooking is a hobby of Kirans, and he enjoys tasting food from other countries and cultures.






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


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.





Oscar Lee – Physiotherapist

Oscar holds a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the Australian Catholic University.

Oscar has many special interests in this field work, including clinical Pilates for sub-acute and chronic conditions, dry needling, sports prehab and rehab, and hydrotherapy for acute and chronic conditions.

Oscar is very passionate about sports and maintaining an active lifestyle. His favourite sports include Volleyball, Basketball, Football, Martial Arts, Badminton and Rock Climbing. He enjoys building robot models in his spare time, as well as playing his guitar and drums.





Michele Preston  – Administration

Michele has a Diploma in Secretarial Studies. She loves to help people, especially the elderly. She says working for PhysioChoice is a great place to work. Michele is married with 3 daughters and when she is not at work enjoys spending time with her family and friends.







Emily Day – Receptionist

Emily is currently undertaking a business Administration Traineeship, providing reception and administration support. Chelsea has completed her Certificate II in Sport and Recreation, and a Certificate III in Community Projects. Emily always wanted to be involved in a medical field when I was younger due to her mum being a pathology nurse. She especially took an interest to Physiotherapy as she was always getting treated for sporting injuries as a young teen. Emily is obsessed with sports, especially Track and Field. She has played sports her whole life and it’s a big part of her family. Emily also loves helping people achieve their goals and learning new things.