I grew up in Shepparton, Victoria where I graduated from McGuire College as Dux of the school. I moved on to Charles Sturt University in Albury for University where I graduated with Honours in 2005, then moved to the Sunshine Coast for work.
I worked for a sports podiatrist on the Sunshine Coast, where I learned the intricacies of sports biomechanics, ways to improve foot function, and the methods of reducing foot pain. This gave me many valuable skills but I missed Victoria and came back in 2008 with my wife. We have been extremely happy with the move back to Victoria, and enjoy the lifestyle that Melbourne has to offer.
I am a member of the Australian Podiatric Association in Victoria, where I am active in professional development and ongoing education, both for my personal knowledge and the benefit of my clients.
My practice is varied including general foot, skin, and nail care, diabetes education (a particular passion, as the effects of diabetes on the feet are significant, but not often known), paediatric foot assessments, injury rehabilitation and sports podiatry. I take pride that my practice encompasses people of all ages, from new born babies, to people over 100. No one is too old or too young for podiatry, and I am willing to help with any problem, no matter how seemingly small.
In my spare time, I enjoy going to the gym regularly, Olympic Weightlifting, playing cricket, watching the mighty Pies, and walking our little mini-dachshund Bruce with my wife.
General foot problems, Skin and Nail care, Paediatric Foot Assessments and Sport Podiatry
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