shepparton foot clinic
John is the owner and principle podiatrist of Shepparton Foot Clinic. He purchased the business in November 1983 after completing a Bachelor of Podiatry at Lincoln Institute (later La Trobe University) in Melbourne. John since completed a Graduate Diploma of Podiatry in 1993 and a Masters of Health Sciences in 2002 at La Trobe University Melbourne on the topic of Bone Metabolism.
John attained a fellowship of the Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine in 1996 and has been a sports podiatrist volunteer in the medical departments of the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games. He has also lectured extensively at podiatry and sports medicine conferences on the topics of bone injury and foot pathology.
John is an endorsed podiatric prescriber for approved medications including some antibiotics and anti-inflammatories. John is highly qualified and skilled in most aspects of general podiatry and is committed to providing the Goulburn Valley with top quality podiatry for a reasonable price.
Tracey grew up in New Zealand and completed her Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry) at the Central Institute of Technology in 1998. She moved to Australia in 2001 and commenced work at Shepparton Foot Clinic. Since then Tracey has completed her Masters of Health Science (Podiatry) at the University of South Australia.
Tracey has an enthusiasm for all aspects of podiatry including seniors’ care, paediatrics, musculoskeletal problems and diabetic foot care. She particularly enjoys working with clients to assist their quality of life through improved foot health.
Evan studied in Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine at Charles Sturt University in Albury. His areas of focus surrounded biomechanics, holistic care and the high-risk foot. Evan endeavours to provide the highest level of care and help his clients return to their highest quality of life. Evan is an avid sports fan, and new recruit of Shepparton United Football Club. He is also an eager fisherman and is looking forward to meeting you, be it in the clinic or around the township of Shepparton.
James is originally from Alstonville, NSW via Brisbane, London and Melbourne. He graduated from podiatry at La Trobe University, Bundoora and is interested in all aspects of podiatry, from wound care to sports, and always enjoys a challenge.
Having lived in Shepparton now for four years, he has performed as a musician at multiple events and enjoys swimming, running and spending time with his wife and two sons whilst exploring this diverse and beautiful region.
Erin grew up in Ballarat before completing her Bachelor of Applied Science/Master of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University, Melbourne. Whilst studying, she worked in multiple specialist shoe stores, which has given her a strong background in the benefits of fitting the correct footwear to any foot type. She has now moved to Shepparton to join our clinic and looks forward to a country lifestyle. She is passionate about bringing healthcare back to rural areas and has a keen interest in working with children and diabetic foot conditions.
(Currently on maternity leave)
Marni grew up in Finley NSW before moving to Albury to study at Charles Sturt University. Marni then went on to work in Melbourne and Albury in a sports podiatry focused role before moving back home and joining our team at Shepparton Foot Clinic.
Marni has a keen interest in biomechanics and sports podiatry, as well as paediatrics, diabetic foot care and geriatric care. Marni is a passionate and holistic practitioner who takes great joy in helping people of all ages achieve better health and mobility.
What They Say
"Amazing friendly staff. Fixed my daughters problem immediately."
- Anne Jennings, Shepparton