Bachelor of Applied Science & Masters of Podiatric Practice.
Year of Graduation
Why did you choose Podiatry as a career
The diverse nature of podiatry is what attracted me to it. I loved how a podiatrist gets to wear many different hats and can help patients in many different ways ranging from musculoskeletal to dermatological problems and more. I believe that the foot and ankle are the foundation of the body and a podiatrist can positively influence the overall health as well as the other structures of the body such as knees, hips and back through working on foot and ankle. Hence I saw podiatry as a unique field and different to any other.
What area of Podiatry do you most enjoy
I enjoy all aspects of podiatry but have a special interest in musculoskeletal and surgical podiatry. I also have an interest in rheumatological and autoimmune conditions.
What’s your favourite thing to do when you’re not at the studio
In my spare time, I enjoy cooking and playing tennis.
What sporting team are you passionate about?
I enjoy tennis and support Federer. In AFL I go for Collingwood.
If you had a foot and ankle concern why would you book with the Undefeeted team
At Undefeeted Podiatry we see individuals as people and not just a medical condition or a case number. We are passionate about not just helping you with your problems but also help you achieve your goals. We believe in going above and beyond and also in providing preventative care. At Undefeeted Podiatry, you will not just be getting a podiatrist to look after you but the entire team including our wonderful admin staff who are equally passionate about helping you achieve your goals.
So without further hesitation put your feet in our hands :)
What do you love most about being a part of the team at Undefeeted Podiatry?
The warmth and a positive upbeat environment is what I love the most. The team is caring towards their patients and fellow podiatrist which helps create a supportive environment and achieve better results.