Dr Sathyan Gunaseelan
Dr Sathyan Gunaseelan (Sash) completed his medical training in India and moved to UK for Specialist training. After a few years of hospital training, he completed his general practice training, and received the Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in United Kingdom.
He has been working as a general practitioner since 2008. He also obtained his Fellowship at the Royal College of General Practitioners in Australia in 2013 and moved to Perth in early 2014 and has been working in the locality since, as a Generalist with special interest in Skin Cancer including Skin checks and skin cancer excisions.
He enjoys teaching and has supervised medical students and is also a GP Trainer for WAGPET (GP registrar training body).
Dr Anisur Rahman
Dr Anisur Rahman is a Bangladeshi Doctor/Medical Practitioner in Cannington, Perth, specialising in Chronic Disease Management and Minor Surgical Procedures.
Dr Anisur Rahman completed his MBBS from Bangladesh in 1983. He worked in Iran and Brunei. He has been working as a GP in Australia since 2008. He can speak English, Bangla, Urdu/Hindi, Persian/Dari and Bahasa.
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Dr Siamak Afshar
Dr Siamak Afshar completed his medical qualification in Iran in 2001. He migrated to Australia where he has been practising since 2013.
Dr Afshar enjoys all aspects of General Practice.
Dr Sepideh Jahangiri
Stephanie Rockett (M. Physiotherapy, BBiomedSc)
Stephanie is experienced in treating all aspects of musculoskeletal health including neck pain and headaches, back pain, shoulder, hip and knee injuries as well as women’s health and continence issues. She is highly trained in the provision of manual therapy techniques, massage, dry needling, taping and exercise prescription.
Stephanie manages a wide range of patients from childhood through to older adults from issues such as growing pains through to osteoarthritis and issues due to pregnancy and childbirth.
Consultations are gap-free for compensable claims (motor vehicle accidents and workers compensation), can be claimed through your private health cover or ask your GP if Medicare rebates can apply through an Enhanced Primary Care plan.