Allied Health

Robina Doctors Allied Health services include Audiologist, Physiotherapist, Dietician, Diabetes Educator, Podiatrist, Psychologist, Osteopath, Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist, Personal Training, Yoga and Naturopathy.

ALLIED HEALTH

Ben Darcy – Physiotherapist

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Lillian Fox – Audiologist

Robina Family Medical is teamed with National Hearing Care, providing free hearing health checks to patients over 26 years. National Hearing Care is the leading audiological service provider in Australia.

Lillian graduated from University of Queensland 2015 with Masters of Audiology Studies, with undergraduate study of Bachelor of Nursing at Griffith University.

As an audiologist she has obtained a diverse skill set including adult hearing assessments; rehabilitation; fitting of hearing aids; sound therapy for tinnitus; counselling and treatment.

She is always striving to deliver the best outcomes for every client. We look forward to helping you discover life at full volume.

Qualifications:

Bachelor Nursing
Masters Audiology

Special Interests:

Tinnitus

 

Clinton Laurence – Psychologist

Clinton is a Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years experience in private practice specialising in the techniques of cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness, hypnosis and biofeedback to help people enhance their wellbeing especially in the areas of depression, anxiety, sleep, adjustment to injury and chronic health illnesses such as chronic pain. For over 6 years Clinton also worked as a full-time lecturer at Griffith University teaching exercise and sport psychology, and the psychology of rehabilitation. He worked for over 4 years as a consultant sport psychologist to the Australian Institute of Sport Canoe Unit.

Clinton provides bulk billed Psychology services on Tuesdays and Fridays for patients with a Mental Health Care Plan. He also sees private patients.

Qualifications:

Bachelor of Human Movement Studies from the University of Queensland

First Class Joint Honours in Psychology and Human Movement Studies from the University of Queensland

Master of Clinical Psychology from the Australian National University

Diploma of Clinical Hypnosis from the Australian Society of Hypnosis

Member of the Australian Psychological Society

Member of the Australian Society of Hypnosis

 

Special Interests:

Adults, Adolescents and Families

He has a special interest in performance enhancement in work and sport and working with mind-body illnesses (such as chronic pain, fibromyalgia etc).

Fleur Lesslie – Dietician

Fleur takes a patient centred approach, understanding that there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution when it comes to nutrition, and everyone is different from their medical history, to their needs, personal goals and lifestyle. She has a passion for food and cooking, and believes that nutrition is fundamental to good health.

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Fleur’s special interests include making sustainable changes for the management of chronic disease, gastrointestinal issues, food allergies, disordered eating, and paediatric nutrition.

 

Paul Clarke – Podiatrist

Paul Clarke is a Podiatrist who specialises in the treatment and rehabilitation of pain in the foot, ankle and lower limb. Paul has worked amongst multidisciplinary clinical settings including GP’s, Podiatric Surgeons, Vascular Surgeons & Specialists, Chronic disease specialists and Podiatrists who specialise in Biomechanics and orthoses manufacturing and modifications. Paul is a graduate of the University of Newcastle, New South Wales.

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Paul has a reputation for being particularly skilled and precise with a scalpel. His professional clinical interests include but are not limited to:

Toe nail surgeries (both PNA/TNA with matrix phenolisation). Toe and nail pathologies (Elongated nails, toe and nail deformity and fungal nail infections).

Achilles Tendonopathies (Trained in shockwave therapy). Heel pain (Plantar fasciitis, fat pad atrophy, nerve entrapment, apophysitis and osteochondrosis)

Ankle pathologies (Sprains, nerve impingements and tarsal coalitions)

Forefoot pathologies (Forefoot deformities/pain, Morton’s neuroma, bursitis, bunions and arthritis). Mid foot pathologies (Osteoarthritis and Tibial Post dysfunction/adult acquired flatfoot deformity)

Hip and lower back pain from mal foot alignment and tibial/femoral torsion

Paediatrics (Wart debridement, developmental growth milestones, orthotics, general assessments and deformities of the lower limb)

Diabetic assessments and education

Biomechanics and orthoses manufacturing and modifications (Custom and off the shelf devices and biomechanical assessments)