General Practitioners

Dr. John James

MBBS Dip RACOG. Dip Paediatrics. FRACGP

Dr. Lynne Bastock


Dr. Michael Smith

MBBS (Hons, Sydney) FRACGP BSc Dip Child Health Prim. Cert. Skin Cancer Medicine

Dr. Susan Tugwell


Dr. Janice (Jung-Yeon) Ku

MBBS, BOptom(Hon1), MMed, DCH, FPA cert, FRACGP

Dr. Shannon Armstrong


Dr. Alan Ng

BMed MD, Cert Emergency Medicine

Allied Health Professionals

Hand & Upper Limb Physiotherapist

Tracey Clark

MSc (Hand & UL Rehab)  BApp Sc (Phty) CHT


Katherine Baqleh

APD AN Bachelor of Medical Science (Ba MedSci)

Master of Nutrition and Dietetics (MND).

Speech Pathologist

Shobha Jayamohan

B.App.Sc. (Speech Pathology) SPAA, ABA cert.


Mary Ticinovic

M. Psych (Clinical) B. Psych (Hons.)

Allied Health Professionals

Tracey Clark

Tracey is a physiotherapist working Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at Lejeune. She has a Masters degree in hand and upper limb rehabilitation with 20 years experience treating disorders of the upper limb, including fractures, sports injuries, arthritis and overuse injuries. Tracey has worked in public hospital hand clinics, and in private practice. She is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association and the Australian Hand Therapy Association, and is an associate member of the NSW Hand Surgery Association. She became a Certified Hand Therapist in 2003. Tracey has presented clinical and research papers at national and international conferences. She has been a guest lecturer of the University of Sydney and a reviewer for the Journal of Physiotherapy. She has worked as a clinical educator of both undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy students and has conducted hand therapy skills workshops for rural physiotherapists and occupational therapists. Tracey has a keen interest in hand therapy education and evidence-based practice, and currently sits on the AHTA Research Subcommittee, and the IFSHT Education Committee.

For an appointment please call Lejeune reception on 02 8197 9627.

Katherine Baqleh

Katherine provides nutrition and dietetics services on 2nd Monday and 3rd Friday of each month. Katherine is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Accredited Nutritionist with a Masters degree in Nutrition and Dietetics. She is a member of the Dietitian's Association of Australia.

Katherine conducts private consultations, menu reviews, seminars and conferences in a number of medical, corporate and community (such as schools, rehabilitation centres, mothers groups, aged care centres) settings. She is also actively involved with the media and has both contributed to and been cited in numerous print, radio and online platforms. Her main passion lies with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and weight management. To find out more, visit  or Like “Health Victory Nutrition Experts” on Facebook.

For an appointment please call Lejeune reception on 02 8197 9627.

Shobha Jayamohan

Shobha is a Speech Pathologist working at Lejeune every Thursday full day & Tuesday afternoon. She provides an individualised and comprehensive approach within a positive and interactive family-centered environment for patients to communicate effectively and confidently.
A full assessments in all areas of; speech, language, fluency (stuttering) swallowing (feeding) and voice disorders
Services for speech and language delays, school readiness, phonological disorders, articulation, literacy, ABA, Key word sign, Oral motor skills, social groups and more!  Autism Spectrum Disorders and Disability services - Shobha has NDIA registration which means she can access special funding for these patients.  For more information visit:

For an appointment please call Lejeune reception on 02 8197 9627.

Mary Ticinovic.

Mary Ticinovic works at Lejeune every Tuesday morning and is a registered Clinical Psychologist with over ten years of experience. Her areas of specialty include the assessment and treatment of adolescents and adults suffering from anxiety and/or mood problems (this includes depression). In addition, she is able to provide treatment for individuals with any personality or interpersonal problems. Referrals can also be made for: trauma, stress and time management, impulse control problems (self-harm, food, gambling, alcohol, drug use, etc), eating disorders and workplace difficulties.  She also has an interest in psychosomatic symptoms or conditions (e.g., irritable bowel, unexplained blood pressure fluctuations, and migraines, etc)., where anxiety or emotions may play a part in the etiology of symptoms.  Her own interest lies in the effects of early life attachment with care-givers and early life experiences on subsequent psychological functioning and mental health. Mary can also see children over 10 years of age with anxiety and/or depression problems, or who are being bulled, have poor self-esteem, or family problems impacting on the child (e.g., a death in the family or divorce).  In her work she mainly uses an interpersonal therapy approach, named, Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy, combined with cognitive-behavioural therapy, as needed.

To book please call Mary Ticinovic, Mind Renewal Psychological Services on 0404 049 424.


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