Have you met our team

We are a team that values compassion & amazing Service Delivery. We take time to listen to your story,to create a meaningful recovery journey to empower, motivate & restore you to be your best self.

Jay Raveendran

Founder & Principal

Being in the health industry for over 5+ years as a Physiotherapist, I started to understand that compassion driven quality service was lacking. It seems like a race to who can acquire the most financial gain. Taking time to understand the story of the person in front of you, their strife, or their strengths can unlock great health outcomes, however I noticed repetitively that this was missing. It was for this reason I founded Hopevana to offer compassionate health care delivery so that hope finds its way back into peoples lives again.

I attained my Masters of Physiotherapy at the University of Sydney and have gained years of experience in the field of private practice and the disability sector. My specialty is in treating Back and Neck pain where I have a passion for all things “the spine”. I have undergone further studies – some of which includes Neuro-Kinetic Therapy, Fascial Therapy, Mulligans and McKenzie treatment Methods. In addition I have also undertaken a certified course on Neuro-Linguistic programming. It allows for me to truly understand your struggles or grievances by allowing me to communicate with you effectively to help improve your confidence, fears and mood levels.

My ultimate goal is to utilize a holistic approach into getting you back to where you need to be. I listen to your story, gain insight into the core root of your issue to design a recovery plan that will place you in a position in life where you felt whole again. I value commitment, and at Hopevana we will not give up on you.

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  • Food: Pizza
  • Hobby : Contemporary hip hop dance
  • Tv Show: Fresh Prince of Belair
  • Favorite word: Hope
Peraveenan Jeyarasa

Senior Physiotherapist

Having a great passion for helping others achieve their best potential, I realised that a tool to make this happen was simply showing compassion and having the desire to really find out the whole picture of my client’s story. Spending that extra time to look beyond their physical complaints, but also understand their daily routine, hobbies and what they love is powerful in obtaining the best results in their journey of recovery and well being.

I completed my Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Western Sydney University on an Academic Excellence Scholarship and have been on the Dean’s Merit List throughout. I have had the privilege of working for elite sporting teams like Football NSW, Pacific Islands at the International Universities Rugby League World Cup, Wenty Leagues Rugby League Club, and Macarthur Rams National Premier League. Through these experiences I have come across a magnitude of presentations and conditions and how to manage them.

To enhance my knowledge I have undergone extra studies, which include Dry Needling, Fascial Therapy, Mckenzie and Mulligans Therapy.

As a therapist I love seeing my clients make progress, where I gain so much satisfaction and inner-peace from this. I will use the latest research, provide a patient-centred approach, focus on long-term solutions and make sure to unleash the best version of you.

I truly believe that every client, whether they are living with chronic pain or experiencing functional limitations, can find a solution to live a happy and meaningful life!

  • Food: Anything to do with chocolate
  • Hobby : Indian Classical Percussion Instrument Mridangam
  • Tv Show: Fresh Prince of Belair
  • Favorite word: Hope
Duncan Graham

Occupational Therapist

Duncan graduated with a Masters of Occupational Therapy Practice from La Trobe University in Bendigo. He started his career working in consulting role, performing activity of daily living, functional capacity, workplace and pre-employment assessments.

Wanting to enhance peoples lives in a meaningful way, Duncan made the transition to working with people through the NDIS; helping them with their functional and equipment needs. Seeing a team of people work with people to improve and achieve their goals is what brings him great satisfaction. Taking on a client centred approach to help every person to live with purpose and happiness.

He prides himself in understanding the story of the individual in-front of him to cater to the intricate needs people may have. This is particularly vital within the NDIS population.

Senior Physiotherapist

Aditi has a passion in working with neurological conditions and geriatric populations. She had attained a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. Over her many years of experience, she has worked with a large variety of conditions and has helped many patients achieve their goals, with her goal-based and holistic treatment approach.

One thing that stands out about Aditi is her passionate nature and innovative thinking in helping to find solutions for all individuals with the resources available. Aditi believes that access to high quality healthcare is a human right, and not a luxury that should only accessed by few. She holds a keen interest in public health and has a vision to improve accessibility to quality healthcare in traditionally disadvantaged populations and regions.

Outside of the physiotherapy world, Aditi loves to dance, play sport, watch movies and shows, and write. She has an ambitious dream to one day write and produce her own film. Her friendly and compassionate personality is her charm and she is keen to really get out there and make a difference where it's needed!