B.AS, M.Pod Prac
Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Podiatric Practice
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Why did you choose podiatry as your career?
I was very fortunate to experience the profession of podiatry from a young age. My great uncle was a Chiropodist for the King of Egypt, King Faroukh before the second world war. When I was twelve years old, I started seeing a podiatrist for my own foot and ankle concerns. Through my positive experience with my podiatrist and my uncle as inspiration, I was inspired to pursue my podiatry course after graduating high school. I always knew that the healthcare field was for me, as I love to help those within my community. Podiatry just made perfect sense! It combines multiple areas of medicine including dermatology, sports injury and performance, medical imaging and so much more.
What area of podiatry do you enjoy most?
I do like all kinds of cases, however, I have a strong interest in sports injury and management.
What’s your favourite thing to do when you’re not at the studio?
When I’m outside of the studio, I love going for walks with my dog, going for a kick of the footy and seeing my friends and family.
What sporting team are you passionate about?
I love both women’s and men’s AFL! I’m a proud Collingwood supporter.
If you had a foot or ankle concern why would you book with the undefeeted team?
Undefeeted podiatry are a supportive, patient-centred group of health professionals that aspire to provide the best treatment outcomes tailored to your needs. We have a lovely encouraging team that have a wide range of experience within the podiatry field.
What do you love most about being part of the team at Undefeeted podiatry?
I love being part of the Undefeeted podiatry because we have a very welcoming and supportive team. Everyone within the team is so lovely and approachable.