After graduating from La Trobe University in 2015 (Masters of Podiatric Practice/Bachelor of Health Sciences), Rebecca initially worked in rural New South Wales servicing remote communities, including many patients with complex medical conditions. She then worked in several busy private clinics in Eastern Melbourne before moving to Morecroft’s and the Dandenong Ranges in 2020, where she enjoys the outdoor lifestyle.
Rebecca has undertaken additional study in several advanced podiatric techniques and always discusses the different options carefully with her patients. She has certifications in both prolotherapy and dry needling to help manage musculoskeletal pain and has achieved excellent results with both of these techniques. She has also performed nail surgery on many painful ingrown toenails in both children and adults throughout her career and enjoys the reward of seeing her patient’s pain and symptoms resolve.
Outside of work Rebecca enjoys spending time in the garden and the outdoors with her family and large dog and occasional rock-climbing and camping trips.
Rebecca is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and is also a member of the Australian Podiatry Association (APodA).
She is available Monday, Tuesday and Friday and looks forward to meeting you.