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Our Team

Dr. Sandeep Rajagopal (MBBS, MS (ENT), MRCS, MRCGP, FRACGP)
Specialist GP in Vestibular Medicine 

Sandeep graduated with his medical degree from South India (Allapuzha, Kerala) and gained a post-graduate degree in Ear Nose and Throat Surgery from North India (Vadodara, Gujarat). 

He subsequently moved to the United Kingdom, furthered his ENT and Audio-vestibular medicine experience, and attained his General Practice degree in 2010.

He used to practice as a General Practitioner in Queanbeyan, NSW ( an outer suburb of Canberra). At present, he works mainly as a vestibular physician (balance specialist) in Canberra Dizziness Clinic, in Holder. He is also is involved in research and teaching.


With his unique experience in ENT, medicine, and general practice, he hopes to provide a holistic approach to treating people with vestibular problems. With this in mind, he had completed a course in vestibular rehabilitation in February 2017. He is also pursuing a higher research degree (PhD) at Australian National University. His research interest is in Visually Induced Dizziness, Vestibular Migraine, and PPPD.

Asha Sandeep

Graduate in Chemistry and with experience in IT, Asha works as the  Manager of Canberra Dizziness clinic.

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Kylie Kook (Nee Jansens)
(Vestibular Physiotherapist)

Kylie completed her early studies at the University of Canberra. In 2004 she completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Biology and then went on to complete a Masters in Physiotherapy in 2006. In 2015 Kylie completed a Masters in Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy through La Trobe University.

Kylie has been working in private practice in Canberra since graduating. Kylie’s clinical areas of interest are sporting injuries (for weekend warriors to elite sport), neck pain and headaches, TMJ, concussion rehabilitation, BPPV, and dizziness and shoulder injuries.  Kylie is passionate about getting all her patients back to the sport and engaging people in regular exercise.  

Kylie joined the Dizziness clinic in 2020. She first became interested in dizziness through her work in concussion rehab.  She has since completed training with Complete Concussion Management in Canada and has completed Level 1 and Level 2 Vestibular physiotherapy training.  

Kylie’s interests outside work are bushwalking, catching up with friends, chasing her two energetic kids around, and hopefully travel soon.

Alisa Clark
(Vestibular Physiotherapist)

Alisa is an APA Physiotherapist who is currently undertaking her Masters in Sports Physiotherapy through La Trobe University.


She also has a Bachelor of Sports Coaching and Exercises Science and a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Canberra.


Alisa is a certified CCMI concussion and vestibular rehabilitation physiotherapist and is trained in Clinical Pilates. She also has experience with netball ACL prevention in the KNEE program.


Alisa has strong interest in sports physiotherapy and is the current head physiotherapist for the ACT Men’s and Mixed Netball Associations, Belconnen Netball Association, and Gungahlin United Woman’s Premier League team.


Alisa’s clinical areas of interest are cricket, netball and soccer injuries, injury prevention, concussion, headaches, and Pilates. Her personal interests include playing and captaining the Woman’s Western Districts Cricket Club and playing netball.

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