The Practitioners

Dr Abbie Najjarine

Podiatrist Pod (QMU) UK, Dip Hlth Sc Pod (NSW) Dip Sport Inj (ACNT), Dip Rem M(ACNT), SMA, APodA , AAPSM Author of The Orthotic Revolution

Dr Abdul (Abbie) Najjarine (Podiatrist)  is a podiatric biomechanical practitioner and lectures in his unique easy to understand Najjarine Biomechanical Assessment (NBA) technique. Dr Najjarine (Podiatrist) is based in Sydney, Australia, where he has 30 years of clinical practice experience, treating patients with lower limb biomechanical dysfunction.

In addition to providing clinical treatment,  Abbie Najjarine has lectured extensively throughout Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Europe and Asia, educating a wide range of medical and allied health professionals in lower limb biomechanical assessment and treatment techniques, joint mobilisation, prolotherapy, neural therapy, dry needling, strapping and physical therapy treatments.

He is co-founder and inventor of the patented ICB “Dual Density Orthotic” and invented the patented Footronics Football “Kick Trainer”. Abbie Najjarine is the owner and Director of Dr. Abbie Clinics; Director of AOL Footcare Centre since 1993; Director and Founder of the International College of Biomechanics 1996-2019; Director of ICB medical 2000-2019; Director of ICB Gait and Posture Clinics 2003-2019; and board member of the Australian Podiatry Association (NSW&ACT) 2010-13.

Dr Najjaine (Podiatrist) has been in private practice since 1990 giving him extensive experience in the prescription and application of orthotic therapy.


Dr Abdulla Attar-Hamoui


B. Podiatry (University of Western Sydney)
Member: Sports Medicine of Australia

Dr Abdalla Attar (Podiatrist)  graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelors of Podiatry Medicine. Throughout his time at university, Abdalla worked as a Fit Technician at The Athletes Foot. He brings to the team extensive and detailed knowledge regarding modern day footwear technology as well as his passion for sports centered biomechanics.

Having grown up as an active member of his local rugby league club with an ambition for 1st grade footy, he settles today for patient centered satisfaction and describes this to be “truly rewarding”. As an active member of Sports Medicine of Australia; Abdalla is driven to continue ongoing learning, ensuring his professional development improves in and outside of a clinical setting.

Abdalla stands by the notion – ‘Life lived for the betterment of others is a life worth living’ .

Dr Elissa All


B. PODIATRIC MEDICINE (Western Sydney University

Dr Elissa All (Podiatrist) graduated with distinction from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine. She has further training in lower limb biomechanics, with a core focus on massage therapy, foot mobilisations, dry needling, orthotic prescription and injection therapies.

Growing up with lower limb abnormalities, Elissa was inspired to focus on biomechanics and is passionate about helping others through providing quality, patient-centred care to all.

As a member of the Australian Podiatry Association, Elissa is eager to learn and grow, ensuring her ongoing professional development.

Dr Khaled Assaad


B. Podiatric Medicine (Western Sydney University)

Dr Khaled (Podiatrist) has completed his bachelors of Podiatric Medicine at Western Sydney University in 2020. Khaled has taken part in further biomechanical training covering dry needling, foot mobilisations, shockwave therapy, orthotic therapy and injection therapy. Dr Khaled has completed clinical placements in Melbourne & Sydney which has given him a wider scope of biomechanical focus over the last few years.

In conjunction to joining and participating in international seminars alongside Abbie Najjarine in 2022, Dr Khaled (Podiatrist) aims to further his study in evidence based related methodologies to achieve further patient centred care and an improved quality of life to all his patients.

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