Bachelor of Biomedical Science and Masters of Podiatric Practise
Year of Graduation
Why Did You Choose Podiatry as A Career?
I’ve always been a people person and have taken great interest in getting people back to being active and healthy. While studying I’ve worked as a dancing and swimming teacher, teaching from the ages of 8 months old to 80 years old. I’ve always wanted to have a career in helping people and had a great interest in the sciences of the human body. Podiatry is one of the few health professions where people can leave feeling better than they came in. Podiatry is a career that I can continue to grow and expand my knowledge within and is so rewarding.
What Area of Podiatry Do You Most Enjoy?
I enjoy working with children and getting them back to feeling their best and being active. I also enjoy managing patients with chronic diseases and rehabilitating patients with musculoskeletal injuries.
What’s Your Favourite Thing to Do When You’re Not at The Studio?
I love staying active, camping, traveling and of course spending time with my family and friends.
What Sporting Team Are You Passionate About?
The Geelong Cats! REOW!
If You Had A Foot or Ankle Concern Why Would You Book with The Undefeeted Team?
I would book in with Undefeeted Podiatry because we’re a friendly and knowledgeable team of professionals who put your health at the centre of our care. We conduct thorough assessments and apply the latest scientific evidence-based research in order to give you the best possible treatment that suits you individually.
What Do You Love Most About Being A Part of The Team at Undefeeted Podiatry?
We’re a like-minded team who enjoy working together to help our patients get back to feeling the best. Everyone here gives 200% to their clients and no less, I feel very proud to be a part of this team.