Melanie graduated from La Trobe University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Podiatry. She was drawn to the podiatry profession by the vast scope of practice podiatrist have. She enjoys the challenges of caring for the foot and ankle health of people of all ages.
Melanie has been a member of the Australian Podiatry Association since first becoming a student in 2008. Shortly after graduating Melanie continued to further her skills in the use of Dry Needling, Extracorporal Shockwave Therapy and Laser Therapy for fungal toenails. She is dedicated to continuing her development to provide patients with the most up to date and effective treatments available.
Melanie played 10 years of netball in her home town of Murtoa and appreciates the impact of high intensity sports on the foot and ankle. She enjoys both domestic and international travel, photography, cooking and regularly participates in functional strength training and Pilates. Melanie practices at Dromana and Rosebud clinics.