Allied Health

Olivia Morrison – Dietician APD

Language: English

Special Interests: 
Weight management, Gastroenterology & Food Intolerance, Chronic Disease, Paediatrics & Fussy Eating, Emotional Eating.

Olivia starting at the clinic in May 2017, after moving to Melbourne from her small country town in Northern NSW. She is passionate about all aspects of health and nutrition, and provides easy, sustainable dietary goals to her clients in a friendly and supportive environment.
In her spare time, she’s out exploring her new city, creating healthy recipes for her upcoming cookbook or enjoying a glass of wine with friends.

Sharon Miller – Consultant pharmacist

Sharon Miller – Consultant pharmacist

I have a broad background in pharmacy having worked as a pharmacist both in Australia and New Zealand for over 30 years working in both community and hospital pharmacy, as well as now working as a consultant pharmacist working with GP’s to visit their patients to review their medications.

I moved to Melbourne in 2001

A home medication review is designed to work with you, and your GP to identify any medication problems and to make sure that your medications are the best treatment option for you, suitable and safe to take together and are taken correctly.

A home medication review is a free health service funded by the commonwealth government and can help you to understand your medications

Michelle Davies – Podiatrist

Michelle Davies – Podiatrist

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With a career in podiatry spanning 20 years, and experience in Australia and the U.K, Michelle brings with her a wealth of knowledge about all things feet. Michelle enjoys helping people achieve optimum foot health, from children right through to the elderly, her caring and informative approach means that all her clients receive the best of care.

Michelle can provide expert care for a whole range of foot problems, such as; diabetes foot care and education, arthritic conditions effecting the foot, children’s foot concerns (intoeing, flat feet, heel pain), ingrowing toenails, plantar fasciitis/heel pain and skin/nail problems. She has experience working in a variety of podiatry settings; private practice, community health, hospitals and high risk foot clinics. Michelle is also trained in the use of SWIFT, a microwave therapy for treating warts, and in dry needling, which can help to alleviate muscular pain caused by trigger points.