Dr Sarkaw Mohammad Randhawa - Clinical Director

Dr Sarkaw Mohammad Randhawa is Garmiyani Kurdish by descent and was raised in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. She takes a systematic bio-mechanical approach to treating her patients with a great interest in patient education, pain management and restoration of mobility, especially for people with acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions.  She can fluently speak English, Kurdish, Urdu and Hindi.


  • Masters in Health Science (Rehabilitation Medicine)
  • Bachelor of Chiropractic
  • Bachelor Para-Medicine and Emergency Management
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Rehabilitation
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Rehabilitation
  • Postgraduate Certificate in Travel Medicine (Refugee and Migrant Health)

Masters Thesis

Exploring Ambulance Officers’ experiences of chronic low back pain and its treatment.

Boards and Community Service

  • Board member of the Chiropractic Board of New Zealand
  • Founder and board member of I AM HE(R) Charitable Trust (
  • Co-founder and board member of Ethnic Business Network
  • Board member of South East Kirikiriroa Community Association Incorporated
  • Board member of the Immigration Trust
  • Committee member of World Federation of Chiropractic Public Health Committee


  • Community service, professional actress and model, professional emcee, painting and sketching and creative writing.

Dr Diyana Hassan - Chiropractor

Dr Diyana Hassan was born and raised in Malaysia. Her chiropractic journey started back in 2014 when she came to beautiful Aotearoa to begin her studies.  She was trained and graduated from the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, which has equipped her with skills needed to help many people from different age and background. During her internship, she has also learnt the amazing ways chiropractic can help people heal and function at their best. She looks forward to helping people achieve and maintain their health goals through chiropractic care. She loves looking after children. She has a special interest in paediatrics.

Clinic Staff


Kelsey - Clinic Manager

Kelsey is originally from the Waikato, she has travelled extensively and has lived in the US and Australia.  Kelsey has experience working in management and reception having worked in both the medical and health sectors.  Kelsey enjoys travelling, spending time with her family and catching up with friends.  When she is not at Hillcrest Spinal Centre she is working in her garden or out running/walking.  You will always be welcomed into the clinic with her big, warm and positive smile.


Heather - Receptionist

Heather brings many years of experience in reception and administration. She has worked in the health and private sector for over 10 years. She enjoys genealogy, reading, sewing and spending time with her grandchildren.  Heather has a passion for people and loves to greet them with a big smile into the clinic.


Pat -

Pat has been a receptionist at the front desk at Hillcrest Spinal Centre for more than a decade.  Prior to this, her career was predominantly in consulting, human resources and recruitment in Auckland.  Pat has a positive demeanor and will always greet you with a smile.  She enjoys reading and spending time with friends and family.