Victoria Harbour Podiatry & Surfcoast Podiatry
Bach. of Podiatry (MA PodA)
Bach. of Applied Science (Human Movement)
Rebecca's passion for her profession lies in the area of sports Podiatry. Rebecca completed her Bachelor of Podiatry at Latrobe University following a degree in Human Movement at RMIT, and she has undertaken additional training in dry needling and injection therapy. Rebecca also enjoys treating complex lower limb and foot issues as well as other foot pathologies including skin and nail conditions, and has recently undertaken advanced training in the latest technology for treating fungal nail infections, Photodynamic Light Therapy. Rebecca is dedicated to professional development and likes to keep up with the latest research. Rebecca is committed to improving her client’s discomfort, their quality of life and ensuring their quickest possible return to functional activity.
Rebecca’s interest in sports podiatry stems from her love of all sports. She has been a member of the Victorian Water Polo Team, and was awarded Victorian Surf Lifesaver of the year for outstanding overall contribution to Surf Lifesaving in 1999.
Bachelor of Health Science
Masters of Pod.Prac (M.A.Pod.A)
Amy completed a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice. Following a stint working overseas, Amy has consulted across regional Victoria before becoming a part of the Surf Coast Podiatry team in 2018.
Amy is a caring, professional podiatrist who finds building long term relationships with patients incredibly satisfying. She enjoys all aspects of podiatry, with a special interest in sports related injuries, and paediatric/adolescent foot health.
Amy has continued to develop professionally undertaking postgraduate courses in dry needling, shockwave therapy, foot mobilisation & manipulation and running technique. Amy continues to stay up to date with the latest research and clinical techniques.
Outside of podiatry, Amy enjoys an active lifestyle including walking along the beach with her dogs and marathon running.