Natasha is the principal Podiatrist of Vermont Health Care Podiatry which she recently established after completing an Advanced Diploma in Myotherapy in 1996 at RMIT and a Bachelor of Podiatry at Latrobe University in Melbourne in 2001.
Her main area of clinical focus is on wellness care. This involves a deeper understanding of foot health for early detection of foot problems.
Through continued education over a span of 20 years in clinic, she has earned a comprehensive skill set comprising of sound nail and cutaneous care, Diabetic and peripheral vascular disease management, musculoskeletal injury management, gait retraining, dry needling of trigger points, rock taping, prolotherapy, laser treatment of fungal nails, prescription orthotics and recommendation of medical shoes to facilitate the process of healing and wellness. Drawing on her Myotherapy skills, Natasha is able to provide a holistic approach to musckuloskeletal care, providing a broader scope of assessment and understanding of biomechanics of the body as a whole.
In regards to community, over the years, Natasha has provided complimentary in-store assessments at Athletes Foot Forest Hill, volunteering at the Black Saturday bushfires and a numerous amount of times at the Oxfam Walk. She has been a guest speaker to students at La Trobe University and Camberwell Girls Grammar School, and provided numerous donations to local primary schools, dance schools and sporting clubs all in the interest of promoting good foot health.
With a collective 20 years of clinical experience, Natasha is committed to continue to provide patients with a comprehensive and evolving standard of care for their overall wellness.
In her spare time, Natasha enjoys spending time with her family, painting and watching French films.