Ally studied Podiatry as her second degree at the University of Huddersfield (UK) after completing her initial degree in International Business Studies. Upon graduation she and her husband moved to Sydney where she started practising in podiatry clinics in Sydney's North Shore & West. In 2013 Ally set up her first clinic, Naremburn Podiatry in Sydney's North Shore.
Ally provides general foot-care, diabetic assessment, and has a passion for Paediatric Podiatry (Children's foot-care). Ally specialises in making bespoke orthotics in her on-site orthotic lab in order to get outstanding results from custom-made orthotics.
James graduated from Western Sydney University with Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine. He wanted to pursue Podiatry because of the varying scope of practice and the opportunity to incorporate his sporting background into the field.
He enjoys all aspects of podiatric care, specifically interested in diabetic foot care, general foot care and managing ingrown toenails. He has had a history of acute recurring ingrown toenails himself and knows how debilitating they can be and therefore wants to assist others with preventing this common complication from progressing into chronic stages.
Due to his strong interest in sport and experience with injuries pertaining to the lower limb. He is passionate about lower limb mechanics, musculoskeletal injuries, orthotic therapy and lower limb strengthening and conditioning.
When not in the clinic, you will find James at the tennis court or on the slopes skiing.
Mirette graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine from Western Sydney University. Mirette has expanded her skills in various aspects of Podiatry, while also developing a special interest in High Risk Foot, Biomechanics and helping others. Mirette did a training on Mobilisation Therapy which helps to improve your foot and ankle function.
Her passion is being a person-centred Podiatrist, and she has a very strong commitment to patient education. She also believes in early diagnosis, and prevention of the feet and lower limbs medical conditions disorders, which she provides treatment and rehabilitation to prevent future structural abnormalities and surgery.
Christine (Chris) graduated from The University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Podiatry. Chris has a heart for people and selected podiatry as her corner in which to help others. Chris enjoys all aspects of podiatry - be it generalised treatment, diabetic foot care, musculoskeletal ailments of the lower limb or management of the high risk foot; she is committed to providing patient-centred care.
Chris seeks to meet client's podiatry-related goals through evidence-based treatment. To remain current and provide quality care, she completes regular professional development activities, and has grown her skill set through training in Australian Podiatry Association approved dry needling and mobilisation therapy techniques, to help clients with their lower limb function.