Our team of experienced occupational health professionals deliver our exceptional services to employees in the Dandenong community. While we all have our own roles within the clinic, we work together to ensure we continue to be known as one of the leading occupational health providers in Australia.
Dr Phua completed her medical degree at Monash University (Clayton Campus) in 2010. She has worked in Monash Medical Centre, Ballarat Hospital and Goulburn Valley Hospital, gaining widespread experience in Emergency Medicine, General Medicine and Anaesthesia. She ventured into Occupational Medicine whilst looking for work-life balance and is passionate in assisting employees and employers in the return to work process. Dr Phua strives to work together with employees, employers and other stakeholders in realizing the health benefits of work.
Dr Low obtained his medical degree from University of Queensland in 1999. He worked at the Royal Children’s’ Hospital in Brisbane, before moving to Melbourne in the late 2000s, where he worked in the areas of visa medicals and occupational medicine.
His interests in occupational medicine are predominantly in occupational pre-employments, and medical assessments for regulatory bodies such as AMSA, NTC, Austroads and Centrelink.
Dr Asgari completed her Medical training in 1995 and has worked in general medicine for over 20 years. Since 2006, she has worked in occupational and corporate health, covering injury management, rehabilitation and return to work, pre placement medical examinations, immigration and travel medicine and periodical health assessments of safety critical workers such as rail and defence. Dr Asgari has extensive medical research experience and has a PhD in Biology from Melbourne University.
Dr Li graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2002. She gained her surgical experience working in cardiac surgery and completed basic surgical training under The Royal Australasian Collage of Surgeons in 2006.
While searching for a work-life balance, Dr Li developed an interest in occupational medicine. She is a member of The Australian and New Zealand Society of Occupational Medicine (ANZSOM) and has been a CPD committee member of ANZSOM since 2012. Dr Li is a strong believer in the health benefits of work. Her areas of interest in occupational medicine are injury management, fitness for duties assessment and worksite visits. Dr Li also has a particular interest in assessing return to work in particular return to work post-surgery.
Jean is our enrolled nurse and has been with Sonic HealthPlus since 2016. Jean graduated as an Enrolled Nurse through Chisholm TAFE after raising five children. Jean is responsible for screening for medicals, Venepuncture on our Visa and medical clients, ECG, audio and spirometry testing.
She enjoys the challenges of the Dandenong clinic, the diverse clientele in the clinic each day and working with a close knit group of professionals.
Arun graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from The University of Melbourne in 2009. Over the past 7 years, he has gained invaluable experience working in Australia and overseas in roles at Michigan State University, soccer, AFL and squash competitions in Melbourne and in Occupational Health.
Arun prides himself on continuous personal development to deliver high quality care to all his patients. He has completed training in dry needling, DMA clinical pilates and other sports medicine and spinal courses. He is passionate about helping his patients overcome their injuries and pain, providing thorough evidence-based theories.