Andrew Han

FOUNDER, Physiotherapist

Andrew is the founder of Mobi Healthcare, His vision was to create a collaboration of health care professionals to disrupt the current model of healthcare and provide a flexible, community centred solution for allied healthcare needs.

Andrew has undergraduate degrees from UTS in Business (Management), Information Technology as well as Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. He is dedicated to teaching and is a clinical educator for Macquarie University.

Andrew loves being a Physiotherapist and has developed a passion for Neurological physiotherapy and working with those in the community suffering from a debilitating disease or illness. He is specially trained in a variety of conditions including Traumatic Brain Injury,  Acute and Chronic Stroke as well as progressive neurological conditions such as Parkinson's Disease, Huntingtons and Multiple Sclerosis.

He also does occupational health consulting and has experience in setting up and running injury management programs, pre-employment screening protocols and complex return to work capacity assessments.


Amanda Chiu


Amanda is a Physiotherapist at Mobi Healthcare with a strong passion for providing clients with the highest quality of care. Her approach aligns with Mobi’s vision of improving the level of care being delivered to our community.

She has completed a Bachelor of Kinesiology with Honours at Western University in Canada along with a Master of Physiotherapy at University of Sydney.

Amanda has gained a broad range of knowledge and vast clinical experience in neurological, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions through her previous work in a rehabilitation hospital in Sydney. She has treated patients with Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury, Post-stroke, joint replacements and various other injuries or disabilities.

She is a trained PD Warrior instructor and incorporates pilates, hydrotherapy, exercise prescription and soft tissue techniques for her patients treatment plan. Amanda is keen to provide her patients with personal and engaging treatments using a client centered approach in order to help each individual reach their desired goals.


Ankita Surpal


Ankita is a Physiotherapist who has joined Mobi Healthcare with a determination to improve the quality of care in the community. She has had a broad experience working in aged care centres, renowned post surgical units, acute and rehab hospitals and clinics in Australia and India. She completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2010 at Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, India and has since completed a Grad Dip in Management and Health Service Management at UTS, Sydney.

She has undertaken further specialised training in treating patients with conditions such as Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Traumatic Brain Injury and Parkinson’s disease. 

Ankita’s approach to treatment is to build a good rapport and patient-therapist relationship allowing her to deliver high standards of patient centred care and make changes to their quality of life.


Jasse Jang

Occupational Therapist

Jasse completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) with Honours at the University of Sydney. She joins the Mobi Healthcare team while continuing to work for NSW Health, since 2012, serving both the public and community sectors of health.

Jasse has extensive knowledge around physical disability requiring seating and wheelchair prescription, task retraining and upper limb therapy including neurological splinting and casting.  She enjoys working with clients throughout the lifespan from pre-term infants to the geriatric population. Additionally, Jasse has been trained in a variety of assessments and intervention including baby and toddler development, paediatric constraint induced movement therapy, bimanual therapy and assessing adaptive function.


Edith Lau

Occupational Therapist

Edith is an Occupational Therapist at Mobi Healthcare. A caring and compassionate person at heart, Edith is proud of her client-centred approach to treatment.

She completed her Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) at the University of Sydney. She also holds a Certificate IV in Leisure and Health and a Diploma of Remedial Massage. In order to improve her capacity to help the aged in our community she is also studying a Diploma of Dementia Care with the University of Tasmania.

Edith has experience in working across a broad range of age groups from paediatrics through to older adults. She specialises in task analysis and developing innovative approaches to assist people’s recovery. Edith is eager to maximise her clients’ independence and enhance their quality of life.


Clare Spillane

Speech Therapist

Clare completed a Masters of Speech and Language Pathology at Macquarie University and is a Certified Practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia. She is extremely passionate about how communication is a vital aspect of our lives and this shines through with her attention to detail and dedication to achieve the best outcomes with her clients.

She has vast experience working with people of all ages with physical and intellectual disabilities and specialises in assessments and interventions for communication and swallowing as well as a focus on mealtime management plans.


Clara Cam

Speech Therapist

Clara is a certified Speech Pathologist who aims to provide an individualised and person-centered intervention approach with her clients. She believes that close collaboration with her clients’ family and their stakeholders is vital for achieving the best outcomes.

Clara has completed a Masters of Speech-Language Pathology at Macquarie University and has since gained experience working with both a paediatric and adult population in private practice, disability, hospital, nursing home and school settings. She has a firm interest in utilising Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) approaches to enhance clients’ communication skills.  Clara has a thorough understanding of the NDIS processes due to her experience working as an ECEI NDIS planner and is Hanen trained in the ‘It Takes Two to Talk’ program.

The driving force behind Clara’s hard work is to help her clients achieve a positive outcome and change their lives for the better.


Fiona Huynh

Exercise Physiologist

Fiona is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA) and completed her Bachelor of Exercise Physiology at the University of New South Wales.

Fiona has worked in a diverse range of environments from private chronic disease management clinic, aged care facility, gym environments and return to work rehabilitation office. She specialises in chronic disease management and musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation along with home visits. She finds the most rewarding aspect of her work is being able to work closely with her patients and apply her knowledge to prescribe individualised and safe exercise interventions to improve her patient’s quality of life and function.


Irene Han

NDIS Consultant

Irene is a Registered Nurse and has an Associate Diploma of Business Management.

Irene has been actively involved in the sectors of disability, mental health and children's services for over 30 years and in that time has served as the Secretary for the Minister of Disability in NSW for many years. During that time Irene was exposed to the climate change within the industry and has been instrumental in facilitating trends in the market around service standards.

She has brought this wealth of knowledge and experience into the disability services sector and remains a strong and well respected advocate for the consumer market within disability, mental health and children's services.

Irene now focuses on providing a guiding hand through the complexities of the NDIS and assists in the provision of services required for each individual client through plan management. This requires care, constant communication and openness. Something that Irene excels at.