To book an Appointment at Hastings Phone: (03) 5979 2255

Walk on Podiatry Hastings Clinic

Is pain in your feet, ankles or lower legs cramping your lifestyle?
Then act now. Book an appointment to come and see one of our Podiatrists at Walk on Podiatry Hastings.

With careful assessment our podiatrists at our Hastings clinic will diagnose your problem, find the cause of your discomfort and develop a management plan that is specific to your injury.


Hastings clinic address:

111 High Street
Hastings 3915, Victoria

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Opposite: Bay West Real Estate, Hastings.

Walk on Podiatry Hastings
Walk on Podiatry Hastings

To book an appointment

Phone:   (03) 5979 2255

Fax: (03) 5979 2225
Click here to book an appointment online or phone: 03 5979 2255No Referral required

Clinic Hours:

Mon: 8.30am5.30pm
 Tue: 8.30am5.30pm
 Wed: 8.30am5.30pm
 Thu: 8.30am5.00pm
 Fri: 8.30am5.30pm

Walk on Podiatry - Hastings Clinic

Are you living sore feet? Then it is time to make an appointment at Walk on Podiatry Hastings. With careful assessment our Hastings podiatrists will diagnose your problem, find the cause of your discomfort and develop a management plan that is specific to your injury.

Our podiatrists have completed a four year university degree and specialise in all foot, ankle and lower leg conditions. Podiatrists are part of mainstream medicine and are often used by GPs when managing patients with foot problems.

Feet are a critical part of our lifestyle, it is so important that we keep them in the best possible condition for the long term. Whether you are a sports player, or an active family member, a senior or you have diabetes we are able to make sure that your feet are kept in top condition.

Making an appointment at Walk on Podiatry – Hastings.

To make an appointment simply phone the Hastings Podiatry clinic number on the left or our central booking number at the top of the page, during opening hours.
If you prefer please click on the Book on-line now button and make a booking at the clinic and time that suits you, with the Podiatrist of your choice. You do not need a referral from a doctor to visit our podiatrists in Hastings.

Paying for your sessions.

You will need to pay for your consultation at the time of your appointment please.

  • Private health cards: We work with the HICAPs system so if you have extras on with your private health insurance that includes Podiatry, then you can make your claim from you fund at the time of your appointment. You will need to pay for any Gap payment due.
  • Medicare: will cover some of the costs of your consultation if you are eligible to be referred under the enhanced primary care (EPC) program following an assessment from your doctor.
  • Veteran Affairs Australia: We accept DVA cards.
  • Payments: We accept cash and major credit cards for payment.

The Podiatrists that work at our Hastings Clinic

Tom Lewin


Tom Lewin completed his Bachelor of Podiatry at La Trobe University. He has a special interest in sports biomechanics and continues to advance his knowledge in this area of podiatry. Tom has completed a Level 1 Strength and Conditioning course and 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, is a keen follower of all sports (especially the Tigers in the AFL) and cherishes his time with his wife and 2 children.

Rebecca George is a podiatrist with expert knowledge in heel pain. Rebecca works fromo our Hastings Podiatry clinic.

Rebecca George


Rebecca completed a Bachelor of Applied Science/Masters in Podiatric Practice from La Trobe University. She has a very keen interest in many aspects of podiatry especially with; ingrown nails, general foot care, management of musculoskeletal injuries such as; plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendinopathy. Performing Diabetes foot assessments and wound management is also an area of interest.

Early in her Podiatry career Rebecca worked as a podiatrist in a variety of GP clinics throughout Melbourne’s North. In her previous role, the language barrier was challenging but Rebecca learned to adapt and take different approaches with her patients enabling her to provide quality foot care regardless of the language they spoke. Rebecca has previously worked in aged care and nursing homes, maintaining good foot health and footwear for the residents.

Alongside podiatry, Rebecca completed a course in Sports Training and Exercise and has been working as a sports trainer at an amateur football club in Bulleen, since 2018. This role has provided experience with acute injuries, biomechanical assessments and rehab training.

Outside of podiatry Rebecca plays domestic Basketball and enjoys swimming. In her spare time, Rebecca, Tuesday night trivia with friends, keeping up with TV shows and doing something different every weekend, such as trying new restaurants or exploring areas in Victoria.

Brendan Lord


Brendan completed his Bachelor of Health Science & Master of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University, Bundoora in 2016. Once qualified, Brendan began working in private practice. For the last 5 years he has been based in a private clinic with locations in West and South Gippsland. Brendan is skilled in all aspects of podiatry.

Brendan considers himself an all-rounder in the Podiatry field. Whether you need assistance with general skin and nail care, ingrown toenails or nail surgery, diabetes assessments and management, diabetic ulcers, lower limb musculoskeletal pain and injury, or orthotic prescription, Brendan is happy to help. Brendan is also experienced using adjunctive treatment modalities such as dry needling and radial shockwave therapy to get the best outcomes for his patients.

Outside of work you will most likely find Brendan at the ‘G cheering on the mighty Hawks, camping somewhere along the Murray River, or hiking through the Victorian high country.

Katie Marquis


Katie completed her Bachelor of Applied Science & Masters of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University.

Katie’s journey in podiatry began with her fascination for the complexity of the body and how it functions. She has always been interested in sports and physical activity. Completing work experience at an allied health practice led to a mentorship role where Katie had the opportunity to experience what it was like to work in the allied health space as a podiatrist. This experience sparked her interest in podiatry and its crucial role in sports medicine.

Katie has a particular interest in helping educate and care for patients with diabetes. Katie’s other areas of expertise include lower limb musculoskeletal injuries, gait analysis orthotic therapy and ingrown toenail surgery. She also enjoys assisting patients unable to come into the clinic via our home visit program. Her holistic approach to patient care and evidence-based treatment plans have earned her a reputation as a trusted and compassionate podiatrist.

Outside of work Katie loves strength training at the gym, spending time with her dog and taking the jet ski up the Murray or out on the Bay. Katie believes in the importance of maintaining an active lifestyle and encourages her patients to do the same.

Kayley Baird


Meet Kayley, seasoned podiatrist with over 12 years of experience. Kayley graduated from Charles Sturt University in 2011 and has been living and working on the Mornington Peninsula ever since. She brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our clinic. Kayley is passionate about helping people improve their health and performance. She enjoys seeing a variety of patients and treating everything from trimming nails to helping treat complex sporting injuries. Kayley is passionate about helping people improve their health and performance.

She prides herself on being a perfectionist and is always super keen to make sure her patients leave happy no matter how simple their problem. Kayley has a nurturing and empathetic approach to patient care. She is committed to advancing her podiatry knowledge and loves using the latest in technology as part of her management to provide the most value to her patients. It’s the compassionate care she provides that enhances the well-being of her patients.

Kayley loves living down the Mornington Peninsula as it’s an amazing place to raise her two young kids, who keep her very busy when not at work!

Trust your feet in her experienced hands, and take strides towards better foot health!

Dominic Sanó


Dominic graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry (B.Pod) from La Trobe University in 2008 and has worked in private practice since. Helping our team of podiatrists improve their expert training in the diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle conditions is a passion of his so we can improve the quality of life of everyone that interacts with our business.

Dominic has been fortunate to have opportunities to further develop his knowledge and skills in biomechanics and lower limb sports injuries with senior podiatry roles with the Royal Australian Navy (HMAS Cerberus) and the Royal Australian Air Force (East Sale). Dominic continues to work with the Australian Defence Force to assess, manage and prevent lower limb and foot musculoskeletal injuries for the Navy at HMAS Cerberus.

Running footwear technology is another area of expertise having previously worked in the footwear industry. Dominic is also experienced in the management of various skin/nail pathologies as well as diabetes foot care and is highly skilled in ingrown toenail 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.

Brad Dredge


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, including completing a level 1 lower limb strength and conditioning course.

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.

Although Brad longer longer plays football and cricket competitively, he continues to run to maintain his overall fitness.  Brad is a passionate fisherman and enjoys spending time outdoors, in particular at the beach, with his young family.