Stephanie Iera

Stephanie Lara is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD) with a wealth of experience in Women’s Health dietetics. Her passion lies in utilising food and nutrition to enhance quality of life, offering personalised, evidence-based advice to help individuals cultivate a positive relationship with food.

Stephanie’s dedication extends beyond her profession, as she actively advocates for gender equality in healthcare and raises awareness for conditions such as endometriosis and PCOS.

Rebecca Miles

Originally from the serene South Coast, Rebecca Miles ventured to Sydney for university studies, delving into the world of nutrition and dietetics. Graduating with honours from the University of Wollongong in 2023, she kickstarted her career in private practice, gaining invaluable experience in managing a diverse array of chronic diseases.

Her professional journey has been shaped by a deepening interest in Women’s Health, fuelled by the increasing number of clients presenting with common women’s health concerns. Beyond her work, Rebecca finds solace and joy in various physical activities, from swimming to tennis, reflecting her passion for promoting health and wellness.

Manwah Cheung

Manwah Cheung is an Accredited Practising Dietitian who graduated from the University of Sydney. Her mission is to empower women with the knowledge and skills they need to manage their health concerns, advocating for evidenced-based solutions in nutrition.

Believing in the importance of practical approaches to healthy eating, Manwah strives to provide accessible guidance for incorporating nutritious habits into daily life. Outside of her profession, she finds joy in attending concerts and exploring new vegan restaurants.

Katie Harris

Katie Harris is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and Nutritionist with over 15 years of experience dedicated to helping women achieve optimal health through nutrition. Specialising in fertility and pregnancy, Katie is certified as a Fertility and Pre-Natal Dietitian, offering holistic nutrition therapy to manage and treat medical conditions.

She is passionate about empowering women to reach their nutrition goals through simple and sustainable changes, providing personalised nutrition plans tailored to individual needs. Outside of her profession, Katie enjoys Pilates, beach runs, exploring new destinations, and indulging in culinary adventures.

Bianca Chan

Bianca Chan is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and graduate of Monash University (2021), with a keen focus on women’s health issues such as PCOS, endometriosis, and hypothyroidism. Embracing an evidence-based and holistic approach, Bianca considers lifestyle and mental well-being alongside nutrition in her practice. Committed to personalised care, she tailors her guidance to an individual’s unique needs, empowering clients to make lasting, positive changes for overall well-being.

Growing up in Hong Kong, Bianca developed a deep connection with food, and outside of work, she expresses her love through cooking for friends and family. She is fluent in both Cantonese and Mandarin.

Dr Amy Subramaniam

Dr Amy’s journey in healthcare began when she moved to the Philippines as a teenager to complete her high school education. From there, Dr Amy pursued medical studies in India before moving to Malaysia to practice as a physician. During her government sector internship in Malaysia, Dr Amy was trained in antenatal care and women’s health which is where her passion for helping women began.

Continuing her learning and development, Dr Amy trained in clinical dermatology in Malaysia and Thailand, completed her fellowship in nutritional medicine in India in 2017, and completed her fellowship with the RACGP before beginning her journey as a GP in Australia.

Having recently relocated from Malaysia to Australia to pursue her passion for healthcare, Dr Amy brings a decade of experience as a GP and a former business owner, contributing to her practice and patients holistically.

Outside of medicine, Dr Amy finds immense joy in cooking for two teenagers and indulges in her love for tennis whenever possible.

Dr Regina Cabuang

Completing her degree in 1999 in the Philippines, Dr Regina did basic paediatric training in Philippine General Hospital from 2005 and then from 2008 worked in private practice in paediatrics.

Migrating to New Zealand in 2008, Dr Regina worked as a Resident Medical Officer on the Auckland District Health Board, before completing her Fellowship with the RNZCGP.

Although having completed training and working within paediatrics and skin cancer, Dr Regina has developed a special interest in helping women with their health concerns. Dr Regina says that one third of her patients are women and they all say that no one would listen to them, so she feels proud to be able to offer an empathetic ear.

Dr Sheila Manmathan

Dr. Sheila Manmathan graduated from St. Bartholomew’s, University of London in 2010. After practicing in NSW for 10 years, she returned to the UK to complete her specialist training. During her career, she has been actively involved in teaching, serving as a GP tutor for medical students and tutoring allied health professionals. Currently, she works as a clinical tutor and examiner for Monash Medical School, contributing to the training of future doctors.

Her primary focus is on health prevention and advocating for her patients’ best interests, ensuring they play an active and informed role in managing their health conditions. Dr. Sheila recently returned to Australia with her husband and two children, who occupy most of her spare time.

She believes that women’s health is often underserved and that early intervention can significantly improve the quality of life for women. Dr. Sheila is passionate about advocating for women to have a greater understanding of their health and to seek help without suffering in silence. She takes a holistic approach, addressing both physical and mental concerns.

As women juggle multiple roles in life, their self-care and awareness of their healthcare needs can be overlooked. Dr. Sheila ensures that her patients prioritize their health, even amid other responsibilities. She understands the various challenges women face throughout their lives and brings both her personal experience and medical knowledge into each consultation.

Dr. Sheila aims to empower her patients to feel in control of their health decisions, ultimately having a positive impact on their well-being.

Dr Thandar san

Dr. Thandar San graduated from Myanmar in 2013 and commenced practice in Australia in 2016. Her motivation to become a GP stems from her desire to provide comprehensive care to patients, addressing their physical, psychological, and social needs. She obtained her fellowship from the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in 2020.

Women’s health presents unique challenges. From puberty to menopause, hormonal changes can significantly impact everyday life. Dr. Thandar San is committed to empowering women to understand and address these changes, ensuring they do not suffer in silence. She finds it rewarding to educate women about their health and support them throughout their journey. As a GP, she considers it an honor to provide this essential service in women’s health.

Outside of work, Dr. Thandar San enjoys spending time with her family and exploring new recipes through cooking and baking.

Dr Cindy Sun

Dr. Cindy graduated from Monash University in 2011 and undertook her internship at Peninsula Health. She then worked in obstetrics and gynaecology for the next 5 years, at Eastern Health, The Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, and later at the John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, before returning to Melbourne to pursue a career as a general practitioner.

During this time, she also obtained a diploma in women’s health and participated in pregnancy shared care with Monash Health.

She believes women’s health is underserved and that early intervention can significantly improve the quality of life of women.

Outside of medicine, Dr. Cindy enjoys shopping, traveling, reading, and gardening.