Dr Paul Bergamo completed his Chiropractic degree in 1995 from RMIT University. Paul has been owner and Principal Chiropractor of Bergamo Chiropractic and Nutrition Centre, a natural, multi-disciplinary centre in Boronia, since 2000. In 2003, he completed a post graduate Diploma (Nutrition) from Deakin University and has had two past lecturing appointments teaching chiropractic students nutrition at RMIT and CQU. He has completed all 16 modules of the Carrick Post Graduate Neurology program and successfully completed a Diplomate of the American College Neurology Board (DACNB). Paul is Past Chair of the Nutrition Interest Group (NIG) for the Australian Chiropractic Association (ACA) and Past President of the Chiropractic Association of Australia ( CAA) Victoria. Paul is Founder and host of the podcast show BACKchat, where health experts and inspirational individuals are interviewed on the five pillars of Health: "Thinking, Eating, Moving, Sleeping and your Neurology." For a free download of any of the 30 shows released, click: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/backchat/id972497993..
Paul loves to spend time with his family, catch up with friends and exercise at the gym.
B. App. Sc (Clin Sci), B.C.Sc (Chiro), DACNB. Member of ACA,CCP
Grad Dip of Health Science (Nutrition)
Host of BACKchat
Daniel Catalano has studied a Bachelor of Health Science - Clinical Myotherapy, and is a member of the Institute of Registered Myotherapists of Australia. As a Myotherapist, Daniel will assess your posture, mobility, functional movement and lifestyle factors to identify the source of your pain in order to treat the problem rather than just your symptoms. This is achieved by the use of massage, dry needling, cupping, joint mobilisation and exercise prescription. Daniel - like all our practitioners - has a heavy thirst for learning interest and has just completed the first year of the Chiropractic program, at RMIT University. Daniel enjoys getting out to play golf, watching his beloved St. Kilda Saints, and catching up with his friends and family.
B H Sc (Clinical Myotherapy), Member of MAA (Myotherapy Association Australia)
Alexandra Osellame graduated from Endeavour College of Natural Health with degree in Health Science, majoring in Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine. She is also an accredited member of the Australian Natural Therapies Association. Alexandra will be also be studying her Masters of Human Nutrition at Deakin University in 2019.
Alexandra has a strong passion for helping others and enjoys building strong relationships with her clients, where she develops an individualised treatment plan. Alexandra offers her clients education, skills, lifestyle recommendations, dietary changes and supplements to help achieve your short and long-term goals.
Alexandra specialises in weight loss/gain, mental health issues (anxiety, depression), pre-conception and pregnancy, gut issues (IBS, IBD, bloating, reflux, food intolerances, celiac disease), fatigue, insomnia, headaches and skin conditions. Alexandra enjoys spending time outdoors, playing and watching sport, spending time with friends and family and creating new recipes in the kitchen.
Suzie is a fully qualified Myotherapist. She has completed a Bachelor of Health Science in Clinical Myotherapy and is a member of the Myotherapy Association Australia (MAA).
Suzie believes that everyone should be able enjoy life to the fullest without being limited by pain or loss of mobility. By assessing your mobility and posture as well as lifestyle and emotional factors, Suzie is able to address and treat the cause of the problem giving long term results. Suzie uses a range of techniques to help achieve the desired results including massage, dry needling, cupping, myofascial release and joint mobilisation as well as providing education and prescribing corrective exercises.
Suzie enjoys an active lifestyle and loves spending time outdoors with her children and dogs, as well as catching up with her family and friends.
Arienne has been a Chiropractic Assistant at Bergamo Chiropractic and Nutrition, since its inception in 2000. Arienne works Monday mornings. She has loved watching the children we have seen fifteen years ago become teenagers, to the older patients that are ageing well. She has a background in Hospitality with a Diploma from Box Hill Institute and also works part time at Mitcham GymbaROO. She is also a mum to Kiara and Caleb who are both in their teenage years. She loves to bake and attend the new Ringwood Aquanation gymnasium for a Tai Chi Class.
Pei Choo Hoe
Pei Choo moved to Australia in 2007 from Singapore. She worked for Dr Kate Grogan for one year, and then moved to BCNC in August 2018. Coming from an IT background, Pei Choo has a lot of knowledge about running systems which helps the clinic run very smoothly.
Pei Choo enjoys life with her husband, three almost grown-up children and her fluffy dog. Her hobbies include baking, solving puzzles and sewing.
Anna has completed her Certificate III in Sport and Recreation through the AFL Traineeship program and has completed her Bachelor of Health Science – Majoring in Nutrition, Psychology and Exercise Science at Deakin University. Anna is currently in her third year of Bachelor of Health Science/Applied Science (Chiropractic) at RMIT University. She has a background in Hospitality and Aged Care, has a passion for caring for others and loves a chat!
In her spare time, she enjoys the great outdoors with camping and hiking, and when indoors she loves baking and decorating cakes. Anna is recently engaged and loves to spend time with her fiancé’ Nathan. They are very excited and are in the planning stages for their wedding!
Kiara graduated from Yarra Valley Grammar school in 2018. Through studying the subject psychology in high school, she has developed a love for of psychological science, and is therefore studying a Bachelor of Arts at the University of Melbourne, majoring in Psychology. Kiara also studied Chinese mandarin throughout high school, and intends to continue the language at the University of Melbourne in 2019. Kiara also has experience in customer service, from working at IGA since 2015.
Kiara enjoys singing and dancing, where she was in the Australian Girls Choir from 2007 until 2018, as well as dancing in multiple dance schools in her local area across 11 years. Kiara also volunteers at her local nursing home, which she has been doing since 2016, providing enjoyment for the elderly people who do not get many visitors.