DR EHAB KIRIAKOS (Independent Physiotherapist)Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Masters of Orthopaedics
Originally from Cairo, a town in Egypt. Ehab graduated from the Ain Shams university in 1989 and obtained a masters degree from Cairo University in 1996. Ehab gained experience in several private, rural, military and hospital. In 2000, he headed from Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia and worked in public hospitals.
He is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy association, Australian Lymphology association, Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy association and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons.
Ehab is focused on the treatment and rehabilitation of spinal and sport related injuries.
Ehab has continued to develop his skills by attending courses related to the treatment and rehabilitation of sport, spinal, limbs and pelvis injuries. He has helped his clients overcome injuries or surgery and return back to sport and improve their quality of life.
He is interested in sports injury management, musculoskeletal physiotherapy, musculoskeletal acupuncture, laser therapy and lymphedema management.
Ehab is a registered Physiotherapy provider with all private health insurance funds, Workcover QLD, Medicare and Department of Veterans Affairs.
JOHN RAFLA (Independent Physiotherapist)John Rafla is a physiotherapist who graduated from the Australian Catholic University. He has developed extensive key knowledge and practical skills in the scope of physiotherapy practice. He will be able to diagnose and manage a variety of different conditions related to chronic musculoskeletal diseases, orthopaedic and sports-related trauma-related conditions. He firmly believes in offering a thorough assessment and its appropriate treatment and management plan tailored to individual patients. Areas of special interests:
• Sports and Orthopaedic related conditions
• Musculoskeletal injuries
• Exercise management plan
• general fitness and weight loss management
• Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation