Hypnosis Works

If you are looking to tackle the following issues, please make an appointment with Dr Harman and start your journey towards  better future:

Smoking cessation

Weightloss and


Bulk billed if you have a Mental Health Careplan in place.

Extended Leave

Dr Shammi (Melton) and Dr Madhur (Hoppers) are currently away on extended leave till further notice. At this stage we have Dr Inushka Perera to provide services as a female doctor in Melton during weekends and Dr Bharati is on board to provide services to Dr Madhur’s patients. We will soon have a female doctor during weekdays in Melton.

Allergic rhinitis (Hay fever)

Suffering from runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes and scratchy throat????

You might be suffering from hay fever!!!!

Allergic rhinitis aka hay fever is most commonly seen during the spring and summer season. Hay fever is not only seasonal, for some persons it can be perennial i.e. it lasts all the year round.

Shared Maternity Care

We have 2 female doctors on duty 5 days a week providing Shared Maternity Care in affiliation with Mercy Hospital for Women, Western Health. Please make an appointment with Dr Sudha Challa or Dr Vasantha Origanti for your antenatal visits.

Skin & Cosmetic Clinic

Our experienced Doctors Dr Emanuel & Dr Thadi provide the following cosmetic care to patients at our Clinic. Make an appointment at a time convenient to you.

  • Moles/Skin Lesions
  • Permanent Removal
  • Minor Plastic Surgeries
  • Anti-Wrinkles Treatments
  • Enhancements
  • Dermal Fillers

Skin care and Dermatology

What are Wrinkles?

Wrinkles are skin breakages due to continuously pulled skin by underlying muscle like Frown lines, Forehead lines, Cows feet on eyes corner, Bunny lines on nose sides, Tear trough under eyes, Nasolabial folds, Marionette lines under lips, Vertical lip lines.

Wrinkles also could be result of continuous pressure like sleeping lines.

Flu Season Ahead

Flu vaccine available, please make bookings for a discount price

Influenza vaccine is the only vaccine reformulated each year to optimise the match between vaccine and circulating virus strains. The WHO issues recommendations for the different strains of influenza viruses (type A and type B) which are included in the vaccine based on the prevailing strains in the northern and southern hemispheres.