Your Allied Health Practitioners



Ali obtained his Podiatry Qualifications through his studies at the University of South Australia.  He is also a member of the Australian Podiatry Association.  He has gained extensive clinical experience and knowledge working within various aspects of public sector podiatry, private sector podiatry, community health and age care. He pursues an active interest in Biomechanics and Sport injuries, Paediatric podiatry and Nail Surgery.  In his recreational time, Ali enjoys all things sport, including soccer, volleyball, basketball, Judo and general fitness.

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Maria Kotatis B.Appl.SC.POD,MAPA

Maria Kotatis is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association.  Since graduating from the University of SA, her past experience includes working in both private and public sectors.  She has worked extensively as a hospital podiatrist dealing with the diabetic foot and other complex high risk foot problems.  In 2005 she joined the East Adelaide Healthcare team.  Her podiatry services include: general / routine foot care, diabetic and high risk foot care, biomechanics and orthotic therapy, sports podiatry, and paediatrics (children's feet).  She consults at the Marden surgery.

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Tom Beck  MPhys, GradCert (Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), B.App.Sci (Human Movement)

After completing his Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) in 2004, Tom followed a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy in 2006, and a post-grad in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Pain Management in 2012. Tom is a highly skilled musculoskeletal physiotherapist, who applies evidence-based and clinically proven techniques to treat your pain and injury. Given his extensive experience and qualifications, Tom is highly capable of managing the most complex conditions, with great success. His goal is to work closely with you, so you can live your life, free from pain.‚Äč

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Manya Angley B.Pharm., Ph.D., AACPA

Manya Angley graduated as a pharmacist in 1989 and was awarded a PhD in Health Sciences in 1996. She held academic appointments (teaching and research) in the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of South Australia (UniSA) for 20 years from 1990 to 2010.  She currently holds an adjunct senior research fellow appointment at UniSA (for more information visit  She has also worked extensively as a hospital and as a community pharmacist and is an accredited pharmacist.  Her research interests include extending and enhancing the professional activities of pharmacists.  She has led various projects supporting the patient along the continuum of care with respect to medication management and champions team approaches to care.  Early in 2010 she established a private consultancy, Manya Angley Research and Consulting (MARAC) (  In May 2012 she joined the team at East Adelaide Healthcare as a consultant pharmacist where her role is primarily doing Home Medicines Reviews (HMRs).