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Anmol Kaur


Brief introduction of clinician

Qualifications, relevant skills and experience

Anmol completed Bachelor of Physiotherapy (2017) from Amity University, India and gained valuable experience in Neuro and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation for all age groups. 

A thirst for knowledge and skill is what drove Anmol to move to Melbourne, Australia where she graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Doctor of Physiotherapy (2022). 

Anmol’s areas of interest include rehabilitation for chronic diseases across the lifespan.

To keep the diversity in her practice Anmol is now working part-time at Reliance care striving to improve outcomes for kids and young adults with chronic conditions, disability and spends the other half of her time working to improve quality of life and promoting independence of geriatric and aged care clients through active rehabilitation and pain management.  

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