"I strive to help people achieve their goals and do what they love to do!‍"




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 think like a lot of podiatrists, as a child I was able to visit one regularly for chronic
heel pain and I was fascinated by the immediate change in pain levels and overall
functionality of my feet. This helped me get back on my feet doing what I loved which
was sports. From that very moment I had decided I wanted to help people achieve
the same outcomes. At the end of the day, I strive to help people kick their goals and
do what they love to do!

What area of podiatry do you enjoy most? 
I like all areas of Podiatry, however my special interest is in the management and
rehabilitation of sporting injuries.

What’s your favourite thing to do when you’re not at the studio? 
I have to be doing something outside in the sun on my days off. I enjoy playing footy,
tennis and going for drives up in twisty mountain roads. I also love spending time
with friends and family

What sporting team are you passionate about? 
I love the AFL and my team is the mighty Collingwood Football club. UP THE PIES!
I also enjoy watching the L.A Lakers and Red Bull Racing in Formula 1.

If you had a foot or ankle concern why would you book with the undefeeted team? 
I believe the most frustrating aspect of dealing with a foot and ankle concern is if it’s
limiting your ability to do what you love. Therefore, finding an environment full of
friendly, knowledgeable and supporting practitioners is paramount to help get you
back on your feet doing what you love as quick as you can. Undefeeted Podiatry
contain all those qualities and more!

What do you love most about being part of the team at Undefeeted podiatry? 
I love being part of Undefeeted podiatry because we all treat each other like family
and have an environment that is full of positivity. We encourage each other to improve in all areas of our lives. This is absolutely reflected in the treatment of our