At Wynyard Chiropractic, we work closely with our patients to ensure they are receiving the most appropriate care, which includes us having a network of trusted health professionals who we refer to when needed.
Below are some of our commonly referred to practitioners, but if you require somebody for a certain issue or region of the body, please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 02 9235 2464 and we will gladly help you find someone.
DR ALASDAIR ROBERTSON – Castlereagh Imaging
Specialist Radiologist MBBS, FRANZCR
Dr Robertson is a graduate of University of New South Wales and trained at Concord Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. He subsequently trained in radiology at the Canberra Hospital and developed special interests in abdominal/liver imaging, interventional, musculoskeletal and neuroradiology.
He has an MRI Fellowship from The Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne Victoria. His special interests are neuroradiology, musculoskeletal MRI, abdominal/liver MRI and MRI of the peripheral nerves.
- MRI Fellowship – Neuroradiology/Musculoskeletal, Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne, 2004-2005
- Winner of “Olav-Brennhovd Scholarship” 1996 to work for one year in radiology in Germany.
- Attained MRI Fellowship in neuroradiology and cancer radiology from University of Heidelberg, Germany, and German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ).
Dr Robertson practices at Castlereagh Imaging, Edgecliffe.
Address: Eastpoint | Suite 301, 235 New South Head Rd (CNR New South Head Rd and Ocean St) | Edgecliffe NSW 2027
Ph: 02 8340 3800
Fax: 02 9363 0276
Opening hours: 9am-5pm (before/after hours by appointment only)
DR RALPH MOBBS – Neuro Spine Clinic
Spinal Neurosurgeon MBBS, MS
Dr Ralph Mobbs is a Spinal Neurosurgeon at the Prince of Wales Private and Public Hospitals in Sydney, Australia. He is director of the NeuroSpineClinic, Chair of the NSURG research group and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Spine Surgery, and is clinical Associate Professor in Neurosurgery.
His clinical expertise is in the areas of spinal tumours, spinal trauma, and minimally invasive spine surgery for degenerative conditions. Over the last 15 years, he has developed new surgical fixation systems and implants, approaches and techniques in common use today.
Research interests include: 3D Printing, Bio-materials, Disc Arthroplasty, Minimally Invasive surgical techniques, Wearable technologies, and Stem Cells regenerative therapies in combination with the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
Dr Mobbs is heavily involved in the UNSW ILP program and supervising PhD and MS students.
Prince of Wales Hospital
Barker Street, Randwick, NSW, 2031
Ph: 02 9650 4766
DR JOHN BEST – Orthosports
Sport & Exercise Medicine Physician B.Med, Dip. Sports Med (London), F.A.C.S.P
Dr John Best is a Specialist Sports and Exercise Medicine Physician with the Orthosports Group in Sydney. After graduating from the University of Newcastle in 1984, he was awarded Intern of the Year at St George Hospital. He completed postgraduate studies at London University and in Australia and was subsequently awarded Fellowship with the Australasian College of Sports and Exercise Physicians in 1992. He acts as a Supervisor and an Examiner for the College and serves on it’s Professional Development Committee.
John enjoys a number of clinical areas in sports medicine, in particular rugby medicine. He had been heavily involved with the Australian Rugby Union for almost 15 years. This included serving as the Australian Team (Wallabies) team physician from 1994-2000 including the 1999 World Cup tournament when the Wallabies were world champions. His other roles with Australian Rugby included Medical Director, Sports Science Consultant (High-Performance Unit), and Tournament Medical Officer for Rugby World Cup 2003. He has represented Australian Rugby on the International Rugby Board’s Medical Advisory and Anti-doping Committees working in areas of safety and player well-being.
Other clinical interests include shoulder and hip disorders, exercise prescription and health promotion through education and lifestyle change. John is a Conjoint Lecturer at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, where he teaches medical and exercise physiology students.
160 Belmore Road, Randwick, NSW, 2031
Ph: 02 9399 5333
DR RAHUL SEN
Obstetrician BA, MBBS, FRANZCOG, DTM&H, Grad. Dip. Ec.
Dr Sen is an obstetrician and gynaecologist who specialises in high-risk pregnancies and was Lynn de Voy’s obstetrician for the birth of their twins. He is based at both the Prince of Wales Private Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Women, where he runs the diabetic obstetric clinic with Dr Sandra Lowe.
Dr Sen was born in India and raised in the UK, educated in the Steiner system and homeopathic medicine before going to a Boys Grammar school in Gloucestershire. He came to Australia in 1984 for a holiday and loved it so much that he decided to stay, working and travelling around Australia and the world for several years.
Dr Sen studied medicine at Sydney University and was politically active, becoming President of the Medical Society and the Students Union and travelling to Worlds Intervarsity Debating as an adjudicator.
He trained at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, the Canberra Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Women in Randwick, before returning to the UK in 2003 to complete his Fellowship and gain experience in high-risk obstetrics and maternal medicine at Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital in London.
He returned to Australia in 2006 as consultant at the Royal Hospital for Women and Prince of Wales Private Hospital. He is currently engaged in a mix of public and private work in both obstetrics and gynaecology. Dr Sen enjoys teaching and has a special interest in obstetric emergency training.
Dr Sen works closely with the mother-to-be, their partner, midwife and other support person/people to build trust and help make the birth as easy, risk-free, and satisfying as possible. Dr Sen is more supportive of some alternative health therapies that some of his clients undertake although he never recommends anything that isn’t evidence-based.
“We have a poor understanding of many areas of health, including how the mind works. There are differing explanations and a range of natural health care options outside the ‘norm’ that can bring women great relief. I like to be open to alternative ideas while practising safe obstetrics.
“Of course, I only practise things that I know and I find that most women won’t ask for my recommendation anyway – if they believe in a particular therapy, they will go and get it.”
Dr Sen also has a Diploma in tropical medicine and hygiene and hopes to work for the UN in years to come.
“Many countries have far less success in childbirth than Australia and the statistics for maternal and infant morality in the third world are staggering, and shameful. Much of this comes down to basic things like public health and hygiene. I believe it is every woman’s right to the highest quality care during pregnancy and childbirth. We also need to provide better support to women in their early days of motherhood to ensure that they and their children are given every opportunity to thrive.”
General Ph: 1800 890 964
Edgecliffe Rooms: Full days Monday, Thursday and Fridays
Ph: 9363 9474
Suite 502, Level 5, Eastpoint Tower, 180 Ocean Street, Edgecliffe, NSW, 2027
Macquarie Street Rooms: Wednesday afternoons
Ph: 9363 9474
Suite 3, Level 7, 139 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
Prince of Wales Private Hospital Rooms: Full day Tuesdays
Ph: 9363 9474
Suite 30, level 7, Prince of Wales Hospital, Barker Street, Randwick, NSW, 2031