I graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice. I have been working as a Podiatrist in private practice and also in the Aged care industry.
I believe that keeping active is vital for our physical and mental health, and in the later years, for our independence!
My scope of services includes (but is not limited to);
1. Ingrown toe nail surgery
2. Diabetes foot assessments and management
3. Callous and corn debridement
4. Nail management
5. Footwear advice
6. Orthotic therapy
As helping people is my fundamental passion, podiatry has allowed me to aid the vulnerable through treatment and management of the foot and ankle. While I have a particular interest in the foot health of the elderly and people managing diabetes, my focus has always remained on treating the ‘whole’ person. Whether you need help with sore feet, calluses, corns, warts, fungal infections or general aches and pains (and much more), I can help you enjoy increased health and happiness via the care of your feet.
I also volunteer each year at the Oxfam 100km Trail walk event. I especially love this event because you get no better greeting from someone who has just found me at the 50km+ check point. They sit on my table with such a look of relief and gratitude for my foot treatment that will keep them going to the finish line. It has been very rewarding and a great cause to support.
In my spare time, I enjoy my family, reading, cooking and keeping fit!