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About Walk on Podiatry

Walk On Podiatry is here to look after your feet and other related problems. Discomfort is very debilitating and can often be treated easily and quickly. Our first clinic was established in 2004 with the aim to provide quality foot care for all members of the public, including athletes and children.

Our podiatrists work in conjunction with Allied Health professionals to ensure a thorough diagnosis and management of your pain, injury or other foot condition.

We offer appointments with both male and female podiatrists and aim to give you a quick return to sport, work or simply improve your health to enjoy all of your daily activities.  We have four conveniently located clinics in Narre Warren, Hastings, Pakenham Lakeside and Chelsea.

If you are experiencing discomfort in your feet or lower legs, call now to make an appointment and see one of our Podiatrists.

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The Podiatrist that work at Walk on Podiatry


Adam D’Addazio

Adam D’Addazio

PODIATRIST

Adam D’Addazio completed his Bachelor of Health Science & Master of Podiatric Practice (B.Hsc&M.Pod.Prac) at La Trobe University. He has a keen interest in lower limb biomechanics, musculo-skeletal injury and management, orthotic prescription, diabetic foot assessment and wound management. Adam has completed courses in dry needling specific to the lower limb as well as lower limb joint mobilisation.

As well as working in the clinic, Adam is involved with Active Feet where he provides footwear advice and prescription according to individual biomechanical requirements. This allows him to stay up to date with all the latest technology in footwear, and being able to pass this onto his patients.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys playing competitive cricket, bike riding, fishing and camping.

Andrew Goff

Andrew Goff

Andrew completed his Bachelor of Health Science & Master of Podiatric Practice (B.Hsc&M.Pod.Prac) at La Trobe University and has a keen interest in the fields of musculoskeletal injuries, diabetes foot assessment and management, and overall general foot care.

Andrew has undertaken further education in these areas and completed a post graduate course in dry needling. Andrew also works as a personal trainer and with his experience and expertise in this field, is able to instruct and educate patients on the importance of exercise and strength to all age groups. Andrew enjoys using his knowledge in the field of strength and conditioning, and incorporating holistic programs to patients who are suffering from acute and/or chronic injuries.

Andrew loves working and interacting with all of his patients and seeing their overall foot and overall health improve. Andrew is a caring and enthusiastic podiatrist, with a goal to provide the highest quality of treatment for each and every patient.

Outside of the world of podiatry and personal training, Andrew enjoys playing soccer at a competitive level, playing rock classics on guitar and surfing. He is also on a quest to find the best Vietnamese Pho in Melbourne.

Andrew Slessar

Andrew Slessar

PODIATRIST

Andrew Slessar graduated from Latrobe University in 2008, obtaining a Bachelor in Podiatry. Andrew began his podiatry career in a private practice in Burwood, before moving to the Mornington Peninsula. Over the last 8 years, Andrew has worked in various locations on the Peninsula, including Somerville, Rosebud and Frankston.

Andrew is trained in dry needling of the lower limb and also the use of extracorporeal shockwave therapy for chronic foot and ankle conditions like plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinopathy. Andrew is experienced in all aspects of podiatry, including nail surgery, orthotic therapy, and helping children with their feet. Andrew enjoys helping sportspeople with their foot and lower limb injuries assisting them to achieve their goal of being injury free and returning to their desired activities.

When out of the clinic, Andrew enjoys strength and conditioning training, running and water-skiing. As a junior, Andrew competed at state level in athletics, and even wears orthotics himself!

Bianca Dunbabin

Bianca Dunbabin

PODIATRIST

Bianca Dunbabin completed her Bachelor of Health Science & Master of Podiatric Practice (B.Hsc&M.Pod.Prac) at La Trobe University. Bianca has a passion for health and wellbeing, and has a keen interest in diabetic foot assessment, general foot care and the management of all musculo-skeletal injuries.

Bianca loves working with people and interacting with each and every one of her patients. Bianca is a compassionate podiatrist, and her goal is to provide the highest quality of treatment in order to gain the best possible outcome and results for her patients.

 

Cameron Hill

Cameron Hill

PODIATRIST

Cameron Hill completed his Bachelor of Podiatry (BPod) degree at La Trobe University in 2009. Cameron began his Podiatry career in a private practice in Monbulk, before moving to a larger private clinic in Boronia for the past 7 years to focus on the treatment of the wider community of the Dandenong Ranges.

Cameron has completed further training in the use of dry needling and Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy in the management of foot and lower limb injuries. Cameron has a keen interest in the areas of sports Podiatry, orthotic therapy, nail surgery and helping people from all ages with general skin and nail care. Cameron has previously worked in the footwear industry and has an extensive knowledge of running and sports footwear.

In the past Cameron has competed in amateur kickboxing which lead to his own personal interest in the management of foot and lower limb related injuries after suffering several himself. Cameron is a keen cyclist who has worked on prescribing cycling orthotics for his own feet and many other active individuals of all levels.

Luke Smith

Luke Smith

PODIATRIST

Luke Smith completed his Bachelor of Podiatry (BPod) degree at La Trobe University.  Luke has also completed a course in dry needling and its use in the management of foot and lower limb pain.

Luke has a particular interest and passion in the fields of sports podiatry and lower limb biomechanics, general skin and nail care, paediatrics and diabetes foot assessments.

Luke enjoys participating and watching a variety of sports which gives him a comprehensive understanding and allows for very specific treatment plans. Luke has competed in elite level triathlons and currently enjoys playing football and triathlons over the summer months.

Kaitlin Campbell

Kaitlin Campbell

PODIATRIST

Kaitlin Campbell is an enthusiastic and committed podiatrist at Walk on Podiatry who holds a Bachelor of Applied Science/Masters in Podiatric Practice from La Trobe University. She has a strong passion for Podiatry with a keen interest in musculoskeletal injuries, footwear advice, general foot care and diabetes foot assessments.

Kaitlin previously worked at Active Feet, which is a specialised shoe store that provides footwear advice and prescription according your individual biomechanical requirements. As a result, she has extensive knowledge on all footwear types, which she uses to assist her patients in their diagnosis and management. Kaitlin loves working with all her Patient’s to achieve their goals, and enjoys seeing her patients overall foot health improve. Her goal is to provide the highest quality of treatment which will result in the best possible outcome for her patients.

Outside of work, Kaitlin loves to watch movies, go to the beach and play a very fun game of Social Netball once a week.

Sarah Guiney

Sarah Guiney

Podiatrist

Sarah Guiney completed her Bachelor of Applied Science & Master of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University. She is passionate about all aspects of podiatry with a keen interest in dermatological conditions of the foot, diabetes assessment, management of musculoskeletal lower limb injuries and wound management.

Sarah’s goal is to achieve the best outcomes for her patients and return them to their daily activities pain-free. She strives to learn more about new techniques and procedures in the field of podiatry and loves interacting with every one of her patients. Sarah has had several personal experiences with a podiatrist and understands the perspective of being a patient, she even wears orthotics herself.

Outside of work Sarah likes to keep herself busy by listening to music and watching movies. Although no longer competing, Sarah has a background in swimming and dancing.

Tom Lewin

Tom Lewin

Podiatrist

Tom has also completed a course in dry needling and its use in the management of foot and lower limb pain. Tom has experience in all areas of podiatry, with a particular interest in the prevention and treatment of lower-limb musculoskeletal injuries, footwear advice, general foot care, and wound management.

Tom enjoys playing high level competitive tennis, and has worked previously as a tennis coach. He also enjoys running and indoor soccer, and is a keen follower of sports.

Brad Dredge

Brad Dredge

Podiatrist

Brad Dredge completed his Bachelor of Podiatry (BPod) at La Trobe University.  Brad has completed significant further education in the area of foot biomechanics & sports injuries.

Brad has a particular interest in the area of sports podiatry, musculo-skeletal injuries and orthotic therapy.  Brad enjoys the interactions he has with each of his patients and seeing their overall foot and leg health improve.

Brad enjoys fishing, running and playing football and cricket at a recreational level.  He also enjoys the many tasty delights that the Fountain Gate food court has to offer.

Dominic Sanó

Dominic Sanó

Podiatrist

Dominic Sanó graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry (B.Pod) from La Trobe University. As Dominic has a particular interest and passion in the fields of lower limb biomechanics, management of musculoskeletal sporting injuries. Dominic has undertaken significant further education in these areas including the completion of post graduate courses in dry needling and joint mobilisation.

Dominic’s extensive knowledge in biomechanics and lower limb sports injuries was further developed in senior podiatry roles with the Royal Australian Navy (HMAS Cerberus) and the Royal Australian Air Force (East Sale). Dominic is still currently working with medical and physiotherapy staff in lower limb and foot musculoskeletal injury prevention and injury management for members of the Navy at HMAS Cerberus.

Running footwear technology is another area of interest for Dominic as he has previously worked in the footwear industry giving him an in depth understanding of different types of footwear. Dominic is also experienced in the management of various skin/nail pathologies as well as diabetes foot care and nail surgery.

Dominic is a proud father of two and loves spending time with his family. He has a background in football and soccer and although he is currently no longer playing at a competitive level, he enjoys running, cycling and keeping fit and healthy.