24 Results for "Doctor In Research"

Physico City Physiotherapy Logo
5/5 (10 reviews)
Image of sabrina melei
14 Apr 2020
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Have been going here for many years now, Tom and Jess have looked after my mum and I and we both highly recommend this place if you need a good physio. They are very friendly and super professional. Thanks guys for always looking after us.

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09 Apr 2020
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I always get excellent service and always feel comfortable when I come in for help (usually for my lower back) Sam and the team make sure I walk out with all the information I need to help me recover from any injuries I may have. Keep up the amazing work guys. :)

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08 Apr 2020
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I am a regular here, whenever I hurt myself. The service from Sean in reception is exceptional, and the physiotherapists are top notch. Sean and Jess provide amazing treatment, care, education and follow up exercises. It’s centrally

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06 Apr 2020
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On my third session already with Sean and I feel big improvements on my right knee and leg. He has introduced exercises that are comfortably painful but beneficial to me. He knows what's he's doing and the location and clinic hours are very convenient to me.

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25 Mar 2020
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Sean has been great! Really knowledgeable and super helpful. A few friends have seen other physios - all with good comments. Friendly receptionists always try to fit you in. Great physio!

Dr. Andrew Talbot Ear Nose & Throat Specialist Sydney CBD Logo
4.6/5 (10 reviews)
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13 Apr 2020
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Dr Andrew Talbot was extremely generous with his time as I expected a very short visit as his office was full of patients waiting to see him and now i know why.. Dr Talbot was extremely thorough and detailed in his examination of my son

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12 Apr 2020
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Dr Talbot is a very thorough and thoughtful doctor. He spent time explaining my issue and answered all my questions. I found him to be knowledgeable, caring and personable. I would highly recommend Dr Talbot.

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05 Apr 2020
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I have seen Dr Talbot many times this year and had my nose surgery just over a month ago. At every visit he has been kind and considerate and answers all my questions. Yes, it can be pricey (cost of operation as well) and there is always a

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03 Apr 2020
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What a star!I I had a grumbling otitis externa not responding to the conventional treatment and Dr. Andrew Talbot had me 95% better in a week. I found him approachable and knowledgeable. Highly recommended

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15 Mar 2020
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The most unwelcoming doctor ever !! He is rude and has no respect. He kept cutting us off while we explained the issue. He has no compassion. Doctors are supposed to be angels but he is opposite. Don't know why the Gp recommended him! Worst doctor ever experienced!!

Hudson Institute of Medical Research Logo
Hudson Institute of Medical Research is an independent, not-for-profit medical research institute, based in the Melbourne suburb of Clayton in Victoria.The Institute hosts approximately 450 researchers, postgraduate students and support staff.
Sources and References:

  1. Doctor of Medicine - Study - University of Melbourne: Designed for students who have completed their undergraduate studies and are ... That's why we are redesigning the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program, ...
  2. Doctor of Medical Science - Study - University of Melbourne: The Doctor of Medical Science (DMedSc) is a graduate research doctorate offered by the Melbourne Medical School only open to senior medical graduates of the University of Melbourne and other...
  3. Why all doctors should be involved in research | The BMJ: Feb 23, 2016 - Neena Modi is president of the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and professor of neonatal medicine at Imperial College, London.
  4. Finding Nirvana: Paths to Becoming a Physician-Scientist ...: Oct 16, 2013 - A physician-scientist is an individual with an M.D. degree (with or without other graduate degrees) for whom research and discovery are at least a major commitment....

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