Miss Maysam Al-Bermani is a qualified physiotherapist specialising in complex musculoskeletal and neural conditions. Since finishing at the University of Queensland, she has gone on to work in both the private and public sector, both at home in Brisbane and abroad in the United Kingdom. Whilst working in the United Kingdom, she pursued Masters Studies in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy at the University of Brighton, providing her with the tools to manage complex neurological and musculoskeletal disorders.
Working alongside many orthopaedic surgeons, Miss Al-Bermani has extensive knowledge and experience in postoperative rehabilitation, sporting injuries and return to sport programs. Experience in a wide range of medical fields has allowed further interest in the management of scoliosis, lower back and neck pain, headaches, chronic pain management and postural and ergonomic assessments.
Ensuring strong relationships with other health professionals, Miss Al-Bermani approaches each case in a holistic manner. Our aim is to do what it takes to treat the source and not the symptoms. With a hands-on treatment style in manual therapy, she utilises dry needling, exercise, pilates and education to empower the client and ensure excellent treatment outcomes. We want our clients to understand how their bodies move and function and allow them to achieve their full functional capabilities.
Maysam is an honest, confident and empathetic physiotherapist with a passion for health and a commitment to her clients. In her spare time, Maysam is a keen and avid gym-goer, working on strength and conditioning as well as boxing. You will always find her enjoying the outdoors either hiking with friends or hunting for good food and coffee.
Gilbert Chen qualified with a bachelors of physiotherapy in 2013 from the University of Queensland. Over the last three years in the private sector; he has developed a thorough understanding of the inner-workings of a clinic, where he always puts his clients first. Gilbert's views of treatment show through his ability to listen, empathise and connect with his patients. He persistently strives to be an educator so that he can effectively inform, instruct and thus rehabilitate.
Realising the importance of strong and reliable professional relationships, he regularly liaises with multiple medical professionals in order to achieve the best outcome of care. Every patient is treated as an individual, and therefore every patient is treated differently with Gilbert's myriad of treatment techniques, ranging from manual therapy and massage to dry needling and exercise therapy. Gilbert has a special interest and has gained further training in Temporomandibular Joint pain assessment and treatment.
Outside of work, Gilbert is a strong believer in practising what you preach and focuses on fitness and health consistently. He also firmly believes in imparting his knowledge on to others, because knowledge is power and will involve himself in tutoring students. Additionally, he loves travelling and sightseeing.