Qualifications: Bachelor of Podiatry at University of Western Sydney in 2006.
Since graduating he has worked in both the private and public sector in Sydney and the United Kingdom.
Dane enjoys all aspects of podiatry and has a special interest in the treatment and management of the diabetic population. Dane has a strong interest in sports mechanics and the treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
He regularly attends local and national seminars and conferences furthering his continual education and clinical development.
Dane enjoys playing all sports. He plays first grade squash and understands the demands of top-level sports enthusiasts.
Qualifications: Accredited Practising Dietitian and Sports Dietitian with a Bachelor of Science (Nutrition) and a Masters of Dietetics obtained at Deakin University.
Kimberly has a well-rounded knowledge in many areas of nutrition and has assisted individuals of all ages to manage their diet related issues and health concerns. She is extremely passionate about providing individually tailored nutrition solutions that fit together with her clients goals.
Kimberly understands the challenges that come along with dietary change and how confusing nutrition can be with all the information that is out there. Kimberly aims to inform her clients of the most practical, easy to understand and sustainable approach to diet, nutrition, health and wellbeing.
Kimberly has a strong interest in:
- Weight loss and weight gain
- Chronic disease management and prevention
- Behaviour change for long term healthy eating
- Sports nutrition
Qualifications: Bachelor of Applied Science (physiotherapy) (distinction) University of Sydney 1990
Natalie joined PFMC in March 2018, as a women’s health physiotherapist specialising in pelvic floor dysfunction. Natalie’s passion for women’s health began as a student at Westmead hospital. Following graduation she worked at Liverpool hospital for 10 years. Predominantly working in the Caroline Chisholm centre; including maternity and antenatal ward, gynaecology ward, children’s ward and outpatient continence clinic. Natalie also has a passion for educating women in preparation for parenthood doing evening classes at Liverpool hospital (for 4 years), Campbelltown hospital (for 18 years) and MacArthur private hospital (1year).
Natalie also often did weekend physiotherapy work in intensive care and neonatal intensive care at Liverpool (1998-1999)and Nepean (1992-1996) Hospital’s.
Natalie enjoys treating women’s continence issues as it is a challenge to source the correct diagnosis. Having a holistic approach to what’s going on and taking a detailed history is key. Once treatment is underway it is really motivating to see symptoms resolve and the positive impact this has on a woman’s life.
Natalie attends specialised up to date courses run by women’s health training and associates which began in Sydney and now operate on a global basis.
Natalie grew up in Camden and moved to Wollondilly to raise a family 21 years ago with husband Sam and three children.
In her spare time she likes to read ,bushwalk, swim especially at the beach and travel
On-Site Pathology Service
Monday and Tuesday:
- 7.00am – 12.45pm
- 1.45pm – 4.30pm
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday:
- 8.00am – 12.45pm
- 1.45pm – 4.30pm
- 9.00am – 1.00pm
Mrs Tracy Proud
Psychotherapist and Counsellor
Qualifications: Experienced psychotherapist and counsellor, registered with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA).
Originally from Liverpool in the UK, my early career began in social housing supporting individuals with complex and unique needs. It was during this time that I realised my passion for working with people, particularly those who have found themselves marginalised, vulnerable or unheard.
My formal training includes a Graduate Diploma in Holistic Psychotherapy and Counselling and training to Level 2 in the world recognised and evidence based Gottman Method Couples Therapy. I am accredited with a number of professionals and professional groups including PACFA and ANZPATH (Australia and New Zealand Professionals Association for Transgender Health) and trained in Level 2 Gottman Method Couples Therapy.
I have has also worked therapeutically with people identifying as trans and gender diverse for several years.