Jacqueline Kan is the original founder and head podiatrist and has over 20 years of experience. She has a special interest in musculo-skeletal medicine, biologic/ regenerative medicine, pain medicine, sports injuries and prevention, and diabetes, but attends to a range of foot problems in all age groups. She also has completed postgraduate studies in podiatry, is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association, Australian Association of Musculoskeletal Medicine, Australian Academy of Podiatic Sports Medicine and Sports Medicine Australia . She has attained certification in venupuncture, Orthobiologics, diagnostic and interventional ultrasound, – prp, orthokine and prolotherapy. Jacqueline Kan utilizes a wide array of treatment techniques, including foot mobilization techniques, Pact therapy, orthotics, paddings, taping as well as standard podiatry treatments.
Since graduating in 2004 Helen has worked in a range of practices. Her professional interests are broad and include aged care podiatry, diabetes foot education, footwear fitting, Sports podiatry and Paediatric management. Helen also works at a Community Health Centre helping elderly clients stay mobile and active by maintaing good foot health.
Adam graduated from Latrobe university with a Masters of Podiatry Practice. He has a special interest in sports and movement related foot/ankle injuries, prolotherapy, regenerative medicine, diabetic foot care and nail surgery for ingrown toe nails. At the core of Adam’s treatment approach is his emphasis on educating and empowering patients to manage and prevent their own ailments. Adam has experienced personal foot and ankle injuries as a competitive soccer player which allows him an empathetic mindset that resonates well with his patients. In his spare time, Adam enjoys playing soccer, tennis and watching movies at home.