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Dr Maina Kava
MD,DCH,DNB,FCPS,FRACP


Maina is a paediatrician and paediatric neurologist. She graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine ,Bachelor of Surgery degree from Grant Medical College, University of Mumbai with several distinctions and a gold medal. She completed her paediatric training from the esteemed Seth GS Medical college and King Edward Memorial Hospital affiliated to Mumbai University.

Maina retrained in Paediatrics after moving to Australia.She completed her advanced training in Paediatric Neurology from Princess Margaret Hospital in Western Australia and from the Hospital for Sick Children(SickKids) in Toronto .At SickKids she trained in paediatric neuromuscular and neurometabolic diseases.

Maina works as a paediatric neurologist at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children .She is a senior clinical lecturer affiliated with the School of Paediatrics and Child Health, University of Western Australia.Maina is an active member of the Australia and New Zealand Child Neurology Society (ANZCNS).

Maina sees children with neuromuscular conditions, seizures, epilepsy, developmental delay, headaches , ADHD, tics and various other neurological conditions.


Dr Ravisha Srinivas Jois 
DCH,DNB,FRACP,M.Sc(Epi)


Dr Ravisha Srinivas Jois is a neonatologist and paediatrician at Joodalup health campus, Perth, Australia.

Ravisha is also trained in developmental and behavioural medicine and worked as a developmental paediatrician with the child development services Perth.

Ravisha has the expertise to carry out various aspects of developmental assessments including evaluation of Autism, developmental delay, Prechtl’s general movement assessment of infants. Ravisha is also able to perform Griffiths III assessment as a part of developmental assessment and eligibility for language development centres.

Ravisha is a keen researcher, an epidemiologist and has published peer reviewed research in class I journals including JAMA Pediatrics, Journal of pediatrics, PLOS one, and the BMJ group. Full details of Ravisha’s journal articles can be found at google scholar

Ravisha’s current projects include probiotics and prebiotics in pregnancy, infants and in autism.

Ravisha is interested in the developmental outcomes of preterm and term infants and has published extensively on late outcomes at various gestational ages.

Ravisha is a researcher at ORIGINS a new long term cohort study and collaborates locally with telethon kids institute, nationally and internationally.

Ravisha is interested is seeing all aspects of neonatology including premature infants, their ongoing developmental assesments until school age and all aspects of general pediatrics.

Ravisha prefers to see children under the age of 6 years for developmental assessments and autism.