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Formerly Known As Doctors of Cranbourne
MBBS FRACGP Dip
AestheticMedicine(AAAM)MBBS FRACGP Dip
Dr. Niaz Rez has formed a long career out of his passion for achieving patient goals. IT began with his studies at Dhaka University and ensuing work as a cardiac and general surgery GP. After his arrival in Australia in 2009, he worked as rural GP in Berri before coming to Melbourne in 2017. Dr. Reza belongs to the Royal Australian College of general practitioners, along with the American Academy of Aesthetic Medicine. Dr. Reza owns a diploma in Aesthetic Medicine as well. Dr. Reza focuses on:
General Practice: Mens’, Womens’, and Kids’ Health, as well as travel medicine and mental health. Other areas include chronic disease management, acute medicine, skin cancer screening and treatment, and commercial and private driver fitness. He also handles immunisations.
Aesthetic Medicine: PRP treatments for rejuvenation of skin and anti-wrinkles, as well as dark circles. He also performs vampire facials, laser treatments (which can help with scarring), dermal fillers, and addressing spider veins, excessive sweating, and skin pigmentation issues.
Regenerative Medicine: Helping arthritic and degenerated joints such as knee/ankle/hip with PRP treatments. This also benefits those with tennis elbow, tendinopathy, shoulder bursitis and more.
He also enjoys teaching medical students as well as GP registrars.
Languages Spoken – English, Hindi, Punjabi, Bengali, Urdu
Dr Ismail works as a full time General Practitioner. He worked as a Registrar in Emergency Medicine and has extensive experience in various specialties. He completed his Postgraduate Degree in General Practice, he was awarded his FRACGP from Royal Australian College of General Practitioner.
Dr Ismail has a special interest in chronic Disease Management and preventive health, travel medicine and paediatrics.
Dr Fazmina is a specialist general practitioner who is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). She graduated (MBBS) in 2008 from the University of Sri Jayawardenapura Sri Lanka. Since 2015, she has been providing an exceptional services to families in the Melbourne’s south east including, Noble Park, Berwick, Narre Warren, Cranbourne, Clyde, Officer, Beaconsfield, and Pakenham. Dr Fazmina is a well-disciplined, confident, compassionate and caring doctor in the community.
Dr Fazmina enjoys all aspects of general practice and has special interest in;
English, Sinhalese, Tamil
MBBS, FRACGP, MRCGP(UK)
Dr. Saima Aftab graduated medicine in 1997 from Dow University, Pakistan. She obtained MRCGP (Int.L)UK in 2010 and Fellowship of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2016 and attained the FPAA National Certificate in Reproductive and Sexual Health in 2019. She has been working in general practice/family medicine for over 20 years in Pakistan as well as in Saudia Arabia and relocated with her family to Tasmania, Australia in 2014. Her special interests include Women’s Health, Paediatrics, Mental Health, Chronic Disease management and Addiction Medicine. She is competent in English, Urdu, Hindi and Arabic languages.
Areas of Interest
Asthma and COPD
Child & Adolescent Health
Mental health all ages
Dr Das is a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP). Dr Das has been working in the Australian Health Care System since 2010 and has been practicing as a doctor since 2002. He worked with Peninsula Health for 8 years before starting in General Practice.
Dr Das has completed 2 years of emergency medicine, 4 years of Basic Physician Training in Adult Medicine and 2 years of Intensive Care Training in Frankston Hospital,Victoria prior to his General Practice Training. He started working in rural Victoria as a General Practice Registrar under AGPT training program in 2018. He became a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2021.
Areas of Interest
• Adult Medicine
• Chronic disease management
• Cardiovascular disease
• Geriatric medicine
• Paediatric Medicine
• Mental health
Dr Das regularly performs
• Iron infusion
• Implanon (contraceptive rod) insertion and removal
• Skin check and skin lesion procedures
• Cervical screening Test
• Heart Checks
• Health checks
• Mental Health Plan
• Care plans
Dr. Anis spent the beginning of her long career at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, where she finished her MBBS degree in 2000; she has since completed a Master in Counselling Psychology. She worked at a private hospital for a decade and a half before moving to Australia in 2016. As a counselling psychologist, she’s dedicated her career to treating those with mental health conditions.
What’s her approach? She is person-centred and holistic, using your strengths to help and even using external parties if needed. This can include helping with critical events that put a person at risk. Dr. Anis also has experience working with culturally diverse individuals of all ages, genders, and ethnical background. She’s found a passion in helping others live an overall happier and more fulfilling life.
Senior Physiotherapist. B.Physio (Hons)
A graduate of Monash University, Shreya has spent the past several years treating musculoskeletal conditions in a clinical setting. She believes you should be given the knowledge to manage your condition and also prevent further injury as you’re led through rehabilitation.
Shreya has wide interests — if you have a need, she can help! — but has a strong interest in spinal and neural injuries. She also helps with osteoarthritic pain and sports-related injuries. Shreya offers effective physiotherapy treatments grounded in evidence, and keeps it affordable, especially by helping those in need. This led to the development of Physio On Air, where 5% of all appointments is donated to charity.
Shreya enjoys a great HIIT workout. She’ll also be found working on her Muay Thai Kickboxing skills, as well as watching a favorite TV show or planning a trip.
BHlthSci & MSpPath, CPSP
Sarah is a certified practicing speech pathologist who works with children and adults of all ages. She enjoys supporting children experiencing a wide range of communication difficulties including speech and language delays, stutters, and childhood apraxia of speech. She also has a passion for working with adults with dysphagia (swallowing difficulties) and complex communication needs, including those who use communication devices.
BAPPSC & MDIETPRAC
Adheesha is an accredited practising dietitian who works with patients of all life stages. After graduating from La Trobe University, Adheesha started her own dietetic private practice. She now currently works in medical clinics across Melbourne.
She enjoys helping patients who require chronic disease management such as, diabetes mellitus, PCOS, cardiovascular health, pediatric nutrition, GORD, oncology, nutrition deficiencies, renal disease, liver disease as well as weight loss/weight gain. If you are unsure if Adheesha can help you, just call up and ask!
General foot care, diabetic foot, circulation problems, flat foot, orthotics.
I completed my degree of Bachelor of Health Science and Master of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University. I’ve worked in multiple clinical settings including public hospitals, community health centres and private practices. My personal interest in sports, especially soccer and martial arts, has given me a wider understanding of how important it is to feel and be healthy.
Stemming from these personal experiences, I have a main interest in sports podiatry and treating chronic heel, shin and knee pain. I’ve adapted a combination of different therapeutic approaches to treat such conditions successfully. These include injection therapies, dry needling and orthotics prescribing.
Furthermore, my experiences lie in paediatric care, diabetic assessments and injury prevention. Once again, my work in multiple health care settings has equipped me with the experience to adequately treat such conditions.