He completed his medical degree in 2003. After several years working as a general practitioner he migrated to Australia in 2007 and completed a master degree in Nutrition & Dietetics, and a graduate certificate in Sports Nutrition at the University of Canberra in 2009. He has worked within various health sectors, hospital and clinics in Australia since 2009 including as a sports nutritionist at the Australian Institute of Sport in 2009, as a hospital medical officer at Peninsula Health from 2010 to 2012 and as a pediatric registrar from 2013 to 2015. He decided to switch to general practice in 2015 when he worked in regional Victoria (Wodonga) and got engaged in the care of a variety of patients. His special interest is to look after the health issues of neonates, children & adolescent, and also in the filed of sports nutrition, weight management, preventative care & chronic lifestyle disease management (adult and children). In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife Shara and lovely son Soren as well as keeping fit playing football. Book an appointment now.
Dentist Soujanya is the Principal Dentist of Totally Smiles and has been practicing since 2008. Dr Mysore has a gentle and thoughtful approach to dentistry and enjoys keeping up to date with her continuing professional development. She enjoys all areas of dentistry and has recently completed training in Invisalign orthodontic treatment. Dr Mysore has a special interest in children’s dentistry. For more information on our dental services click here.
Registered Nurse Gloria is our registered Division One nurse and has over 29 years extensive experience in many areas of nursing including over 9 years in private practice. She is an accredited nurse immuniser and has also completed additional training in wound management.
Dietitian Kaitlyn is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian specializing in Fibromyalgia, food intolerance and chronic fatigue, as well as using nutrition to help manage allergy-like symptoms (such as hay fever, eczema or asthma), autoimmune disease, migraines and mental health. Her philosophy revolves around helping people develop a life-long love affair with real food. She completed her studies at Monash University in 2012, as a way to combine her passion for cooking, interest in science and desire to help people. She has traveled extensively, but considers the Mornington Peninsula her home and has been heavily involved in community groups and cooking classes alongside private practice.For more information click here.