I’ve been a podiatrist for 22 years; now I love what I do. Every day I get to help people continue doing the things they love, in comfort. Foot and leg pain can really slow you down!
The unwavering support, encouragement, and inspiration from the group is what gave me the confidence and skills to purchase my business and grow the third satellite clinic in Wellington.
To me, being a Resonance podiatrist is working in a small clique with a family feel.
Over the years I have developed a special interest in children’s health and foot problems, sports injuries, and biomechanical issues.
From the outside looking in, we are a group of podiatrists that share similar qualities – we care for our patients, we work hard, and we are interested in current research and upskilling.
My working world somewhat changed with the introduction of both Level 3 and Level 4 lockdown measures.
After years of working as a solo podiatrist in remote and rural Australia, I was burnt out by the demands of small communities and from being professionally isolated. I knew there had to be a better way. It was a no-brainer when I re-entered private practice in New Zealand that I needed to safeguard myself…