Amanda graduated with a postgraduate Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia. Amanda’s studies included research in Morton’s Neuroma with patients exhibiting variations in metatarsal length. She is committed to all aspects of Podiatric care, having been exposed to both private and public work sectors as well as rural regions of Western Australia. She is able to provide a broad scope of care including diabetic foot assessment and review, general foot care, musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, biomechanics and orthotics prescription.
Amanda has volunteered at the Oxfam Trail walk in order to manage a variety of foot conditions including blisters and foot strains. She is a registered practitioner with AHPRA and values the importance of continuing professional development in order to maintain a comprehensive and high standard of Podiatric care to patients.