Meet our exceptional team
Dr Hussain Hilmy
Dr Hilmy graduated from Monash University and enjoys all aspects of General Practice. He is an experienced doctor with special interest in chronic disease management, skin cancer medicine, and occupational health.
Dr Hilmy is available for pre-employment medicals and dive medicals (he is also a dive instructor).
Dr Hilmy is available for appointment of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) prescribing. Please book a longer consultation for this appointment.
Dr Lioudmila Martynova
Dr Lioudmila Martynova graduated as a Paediatric Physician in Russia in 1984. She furthered her training in Adult neurology.
After moving to Australia in 2001 she worked in Central Gippsland and Box Hill. Lioudmila has studied further in Australia gaining qualifications in Women’s Health, Dermatology and minor surgical procedures.
Dr Helen Feng
Dr Helen Feng obtained a Bachelor degree of medicine in China in 1983, and continued her training in Fangchun Peoples Hospital, China, worked in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatric wards, and Emergency Care.
After coming to Australia, Helen continued her professional development in medicine including spending time at RMIT studying science and later doing research in microbiology, biochemistry and immunology.
Dr Anandi Sivapragasam
Dr Anandi Sivapragasam is originally from Sri Lanka and in 2006, migrated to Australia and has worked mainly in hospitals until 2013.
Since then she has worked as a GP. Anandi’s interests include care of chronic disease, counselling and mental illness, family medicine, geriatrics, mental health, migrant and refugee health, minor surgical procedures (except skin biopsies and grafts), obstetrics, paediatrics, preventative medicine, sexual health and infertility, travel medicine, and women’s and children’s health.
Olivia has a Doctor of Physiotherapy from Bond University, and has recently returned from working in the Sports Medicine Clinic at Stanford University, USA. Olivia has developed a keen focus on the management of musculokeletal injuries and rehabilitation. Olivia has extensive experience in manual therapy, exercise prescription and active rehabilitation as well as having experience in post-operative acute and chronic injuries in a variety of hospitals around Australia.
Courtney was born and bred in Albury, on the NSW-Victoria border. After finishing her secondary schooling, Courtney moved to Melbourne and completed both Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Physiotherapy degrees from the University of Melbourne. Throughout her studies, Courtney spent time sports training for a number of netball and AFL teams.
Courtney is interested in musculoskeletal, sports, and women’s health fields and enjoys using Pilates for rehabilitation. She believes strongly in maintaining an active lifestyle throughout life and during recovery.
Outside of work, Courtney also enjoys participating in sports, particularly netball and snow skiing. International travel, cooking, spending time with friends and family helps fill Courtney’s spare time.
Amy graduated with honours back in 2006 and is an experienced Podiatrist having worked both in the U.K. and Australia.
Amy brings a tremendous skill set to the clinic with her previous role in the U.K. being a biomechanics specialist and now as an acute high-risk podiatrist. Amy currently works with clients in Elwood and also forms part of the complex high-risk foot care team at Dandenong Hospital. Amy is the lead supervisor to podiatry students and graduate podiatrists and is also completing her post-graduate Masters in Public Health.
Amy is experienced in all aspects of podiatry care including nail surgery and dry needling and has a special interest in diabetes. Amy is available for appointments on Thursdays.