Always interested in the human body and health, Isobel completed her Bachelor of Podiatry at Newcastle University. She furthered her studies by undertaking an Honours program in Health Sciences where she focused on PaediatricBiomechanics.
Isobel enjoys all aspects of Podiatry, however is keenly interested in the Diabetic foot, and has spent time at the High Risk Foot Clinic at both Westmead and John Hunter Hospitals. Isobel is a beach girl at heart and enjoys all activities by the water.
Tracey qualified as a podiatrist in 1998. From having lectured podiatry students, holding executive positions with podiatry and foot related associations, as well as having worked in the public, private and aged care sector, Tracey has diverse varied experience.
Tracey has also completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Diabetes, and has particular interest and experience in diabetes and its effects on the feet.
Having 3 children of her own has also given Tracey better insight into dealing with children and their feet. Tracey has published several articles and presented on numerous occasions at scientific conferences.
With a genuine passion for helping others Tracey strives to provide the highest level of care by utilising the best available evidence to guide clinical decisions.
Janine came to podiatry later in life after a career in business and the teritary sector. She is particulary interested in the older foot, but enjoys treating people of all ages.
Janine aims to keep people mobile and improve any foot discomfort. Outside of work she enjoys reading, gardening and her family.