Dr Parinaz Sharifi, is a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians, faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine. Dr Sharifi entered advanced training program in 2010 and over four years of training completed her fellowship in rehabilitation medicine at different hospitals in Victoria including St Vincents, Epworth and the Alfred.
Dr Sharifi has been practicing as a rehabilitation physician since 2014 in Melbourne. Her practice focusses on the care of patients post joint replacement, multi-trauma,amputee as well as patients affected by variety of neurological disorders such as stroke and multiple sclerosis. Her interest also includes patients with mild brain injury or spinal cord injury. She runs a clinic at NERC where in conjunction with a professional team, she provides care to patients with variety of rehabilitation issues in an outpatient setting. Dr Sharifi is a conjoint clinical lecturer at Deakin University, and holds public appointment at Eastern health.
Dr Sharifi is actively involved in teaching of rehabilitation medicine trainees. She regularly attends local, national and international conferences and workshops to stay up to date with the latest innovations in the field of rehabilitation medicine. She is committed to provide the best model of care for her patients. When not working, Parinaz enjoys spending time with her family and friends, travelling and reading.