B.AS, M.Pod Prac
Bachelor of Podiatry (Honors)
Endorsement to prescribe scheduled medicines
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Why did you choose podiatry as your career?
In a past life I was previously a Geologist. After needing a career change, I discovered a deep interest in understanding how the body functions and how it interacts with the environments we find ourselves in, and subsequently pursued studies in this area. Not long after, I found my place in Podiatry. I hope to be able to continue to push myself, grow and help people along the way.
What area of podiatry do you enjoy most?
While I enjoy the challenges presented across the wide scope of podiatry services, I have developed a special interest in sports podiatry and helping people come back better and stronger than ever from all manner of lower limb injuries.
What’s your favourite thing to do when you’re not at the studio?
Outside of the studio you’ll likely find me exploring nature, going on hikes, Coastal drives, weightlifting in the gym, practicing Muay Thai or bouldering socially.
What sporting team are you passionate about?
Cricket will always be nearest and dearest to my heart, there’s just something about it when the summer starts to warm up. I’m also an avid Essendon supporter in the AFL and enjoy watching all types of combat sports as well.
If you had a foot or ankle concern, why would you book with the. Undefeeted team?
I believe it’s important to make a safe, comfortable space for people to access care from as healthcare can often be a daunting, frustrating experience for a lot of people. The team at Undefeeted has a wide range of skillsets and interests, and above all strive to make a safe, comfortable space for anyone who walks into the studio.
What do you love most about being part of the team at Undefeeted podiatry?
Being a part of a healthy, thriving workplace environment.