Garrick treats patients of all ages and he has completed additional training in:
Garrick has spent the last 5 years working in Australia his experience includes:
Treatment modalities include massage, manual therapy, joint mobilisation/manipulation and dry needling. He is a firm believer of active recovery and will utilize evidence validated exercises to assist with his patients rehabilitation.
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.
Physiotherapy provider with all private health insurance funds, Workcover QLD, Medicare and Department of Veterans Affairs.
Amy has podiatry experience for 6+ years, graduting from the Queensland University of Technology with Bachelor’s of Podiatry Medicine Degree.
Amy enjoys all aspects of General Podiatry but have special interest in Diabetic Foot Care, Foot Pain, ingrown toenails and orthotics along with children foot issues.
She have worked in private podiatry practices, residential aged care and in the wider community on the north side of Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast.
Amy is an accredited consultant pharmacist who has completed post-graduate studies in clinical pharmacy and education. Amy regularly conducts medication review services in collaboration with Hub GPs to improve medicines use in the community, and provides education to GPs, home care support workers, patients and their carers. Medication reviews can improve your health by making sure all medications used are providing benefits to your health and minimising side effects. They can also be helpful for people using devices like inhalers or injectables to make sure you are using the correct technique.
If you would like the opportunity to discuss your medicines or ask more in-depth questions about medications and their long-term benefits, talk to your doctor about a Home Medicines Review or book to see Amy at the Hub.
Dalia graduated from the Australian Catholic University, Brisbane with Bachelor of Psychological Science with Honours (B Psych – Hons).
She has worked as a Family Counsellor in a non-government organisation in the Child Protection area for 11 years and in private practice providing psychological intervention across lifespan (children, adolescents and adults). This has included working with children and adolescents with developmental trauma, problematic sexual behaviour, self-harm and suicidal ideation and working with adults to address a variety of issues such as Domestic Violence, Drug/Alcohol misuse and child abuse/neglect.
Dalia speaks Arabic fluently and have worked with individuals from a Culturally And Linguistically Diverse background (CALD).
Bachelor of Social Work UQ, Graduate Certificate Social Work (Advanced Counselling) UQ
Sharon has been supporting adults facing psychological and emotional challenges, including many families with children 0-5. With a calm presence she offers clients compassion and warmth, as well as evidence-based strategies to stop the mind-chatter, make positive changes and create a life they enjoy.
Sharon is trained and experienced in providing:
Sharon has extensive experience in treating patients with anxiety and depression, and has a special interest in perinatal mental health, with certified training in baby sleep and settling.
If this sounds like you or someone you know, perhaps you or they are living with a hearing loss. Hearing loss affects more than 60% of people over the age of 60.
Many of those people and/or their families are frustrated by the difficulties faced when conversation is unclear, but they needn’t be.
Here at the Hub Medical Centre, our visiting Hearing Specialist, Bloom Hearing is happy to discuss with you a range of solutions to address your very individual hearing needs.
Rosemary works with individuals, couples, and families, to assist with psychological and emotional difficulties.
Individual work includes areas such as trauma, loss and grief, chronic illness, anxiety, depression, anger management, sleep difficulties (insomnia), chronic pain, and interpersonal problems.
Rosemary works with couples to address the full range of relationship problems, which may include the challenges of difficult communication, handling conflict, lack of intimacy, sexual problems, infidelity and disengagement.
Issues such as anger management, difficult personality factors (including narcissism), depression and anxiety, may also contribute to relationship problems and are treated or referred on as needed.
Families can be assisted with difficulties related to parenting, communication, conflict, illness and disability, and generally getting along with one another.
In her work, Rosemary aims to help people to identify and communicate their needs and emotions, to become the person they want to be, and to work towards understanding, acceptance, and compassion in their relationships with others and with themselves.
Referrals from DVA, VVCS and Defence are accepted.
The Hub Family Medical Centre exists to support and inspire people in need to live healthy, connected lives.
We are continually seeking highly motivated professionals, with excellent interpersonal skills and a desire to make a difference.
If you are interested in joining our team as a doctor, specialist, allied health provider, nurse, or receptionist; simply forward a covering letter outlining your interest and availability along with a recent CV to the Practice Administrator: