Our team of Health Professionals is just like you, lovers of great Melbourne coffee and our city they will have you feeling great in no time.
Harry graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) from LaTrobe University in 1990. While working in the USA for 5 years in the 1990s, he completed his training in the McKenzie Method, achieving the highest level of training offered by the McKenzie Institute International, the Diploma of Mechanical Diagnosis & Therapy.
On his return to Australia, Harry worked at Australia’s first certified McKenzie clinic. He has been a director of the Australian Spine Institute and a director of 2 physiotherapy clinics in Dingley and Dandenong South, in Melbourne’s south-eastern suburbs. He has also consulted at the Brighton Spinal Group where his experience in managing complex neck and back injuries were well utilised.
Harry is now focusing his professional time in establishing HealthLogic in the Melbourne CBD as a director and senior physiotherapist. Harry has a special interest in work related injuries, neck and back injuries and persistent pain. When not treating patients, Harry consults as a clinical advisor at WorkSafe Victoria, Comcare, Transport Accident Commission and Injurynet. Out of the clinic and his busy work schedule Harry is a cycling fan, found watching late night Tour de France races, playing guitar, and running around after his two 7-year-old twins.
Sarah is a qualified Physiotherapist having graduated from the University of Melbourne with a post-graduate degree in Doctor of Physiotherapy with an undergraduate Bachelor of Health Science degree in Musculoskeletal Therapy.
Sarah’s professional interests lay in musculoskeletal conditions, such as neck and low back pain. She is also interested in Women’s & Men’s Health, exercise based rehabilitation and helping people return to work after workplace injuries.
Sarah enjoys meeting new patients and working collaboratively with them to help them achieve their goals. Her patient centred approach to treatment ensures that every individual is treated uniquely and has a specifically tailored treatment plan to address their needs.
In her spare time Sarah enjoys spending time with her family and friends, trips to wineries, exploring the lane ways of the CBD, and trying out new restaurants/ cafes/ bars. Sarah also likes to walk her dogs, swim and enjoys exercise.
Tahli is a Registered Psychologist, graduating from the University of Queensland with a Masters in Organisational Psychology and Bachelor in Psychological Science (with Honours).
Tahli has a keen interest in helping people identify their desired goals and assisting them to overcome barriers to getting where they wish to be. She appreciates the individuality of each client and tailors her approach according to his or her unique needs.
Beyond her interest in Psychology, Tahli is a caffeine fiend, animal lover, and genuinely misses the excitement of a new Harry Potter book.
Natalya graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from La Trobe University in 2006. She has extensive experience and knowledge in Men & Women’s Health after completing her Post Graduate Studies in Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation at Melbourne University in 2009, and her Masters’ at Monash University in 2012. She continues working as a Senior Physiotherapist at the Royal Melbourne and Royal Women’s Hospitals.
Natalya has a special interests in Men & Women’s Health as well as musculoskeletal pregnancy related pain. She understands the sensitivity of dealing with this area and provides services with professionalism and utmost care.
If you’re a man who is about to have prostate surgery, or if you are recovering from one, and would like to return to the simpler things in life make an appointment to see her. If you are a young woman, currently pregnant or a more mature woman and want to feel like a lady again, Natalya can help.
When not treating patients Natalya enjoys bush walking in our beautiful State and does a bit of swimming on the weekends. She also enjoys studying languages; she is fluent in Russian and is taking steps to learn a few more.”