Best Podiatrist in Bendigo

Tammy Davis


Tammy Davis is a director and experienced podiatrist of Tammy Davis Podiatry. She completed her Podiatry
degree at LaTrobe, Melbourne.

Jackie Bate


Jackie Bate is an experienced podiatrist at Bendigo Foot Clinic. Jackie Bate started her private practice

in 1989. She helps all individuals across the life span, from infants and children to adults and the elderly.

Sally Deed


Sally Deedhas been practising Podiatry for over 10 years. Sally graduated from Charles Sturt University,

Albury-Wodonga, and started her career as a new graduate in 2011 with Tammy Davis Podiatry.

Brenden O'Dwyer


Brenden O’Dwyer has been practicing podiatry for twenty-nine years, most of those in Bendigo. He sessional

consulted to the Army at Pukapunyal for eight years. He enjoys all things to do with podiatry and has a passion for feet and foot problems.

Rory Weightman


Rory Weightman completed his studies in 2011 and is well suited to working in the vibrant and professional

team in the practice.

Jessica Southon


Jessica Southon Bendigo born and bred, graduated from La Trobe University Bendigo in 2013, with a Bachelor

of Health Sciences and Master of Podiatric Practice (Honours).

Genevieve Green


Genevieve Green is a podiatrist who earned her degree in Podiatry in 1992 at La Trobe University. She

then completed studies in soft tissue therapy in 2001.

Emily Raven


Emily Raven graduating from LaTrobe in Bendigo in 2018, Emily has been a valued member of the TDP team.

Emily has worked in private and public settings, and brings a wealth of knowledge.

Katherine McMillan


Katherine McMillan is delighted to be working with the Podiatry on Williamson team, and living in Bendigo,

the city where she grew up. Katherine completed her studies at La Trobe University (Bundoora), graduating in 2015.

Shaun White


Shaun White graduated a Bachelor of Podiatry with honours from Latrobe University in 2001. He has a

special interest in Sports Podiatry and has had a research article on Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome.

If you find yourself to be in a situation where finding the best Bendigo Podiatrist this. Below is a list of the top Podiatrist in Bendigo. To help you find the best Podiatrist Bendigo located near to you, we put together our own Bendigo Podiatrist list based on patient reviews.

What is Podiatry?

Podiatry is the non-medical treatment of the foot. The med. Foot care and treatment is classified as a medical professional activity by law and therefore requires permission from the responsible health department. Since January 1st, 2003 med. Podiatrist / med. Only name the podiatrist or podiatrist who can prove either the permission according to § 1, sentence 1 Podologists Act (PodG) or the authorization or state recognition according to § 10, paragraph 1 PodG.

Podiatry treatment is medical foot care at the highest level. Treatment is generally carried out according to professional standards and according to the latest state of medicine. Only sterile instruments are used. Podiatry develops along with medicine. The practical and theoretical training is therefore extremely important.

What does a Podiatrist?

The podiatrist (from the Greek “podos” for “foot”) is one of the medical professions. A podiatrist cares for the feet, gives tips on proper care and also carries out special treatments for diseased feet. In addition to treating the nail bed and removing warts and corns, this includes making an artificial nail replacement or removing corneas. Podologists work independently in their own podiatry practice with or without health insurance approval, as freelancers in a joint practice or as employees in clinics or special foot clinics with other professional groups, for example with doctors, orthopedic shoemakers, physiotherapists and occupational therapists.

The profession of podiatrist is closely related to that of medical podiatrist, who cares for healthy feet and prevents diseases. A medical podiatrist cuts the toenails, performs foot massages and explains how independent care of the feet works. According to the Podiatry Act of 2002, podiatrists and medical podiatrists must complete a two-year training course with a subsequent state examination.

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