Our Podiatry Team.

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.

Adam has an extensive knowledge of footwear and lower limb mechanics having been involved with Active Feet where he provided footwear advice and prescription according to individual biomechanical requirements of his customers. Continuing to work closely with his contacts in the footwear industry allows him to stay up to date with all the latest technology in footwear, and being able to pass this knowledge onto his patients.

Outside of work, Adam enjoys playing competitive cricket and has been a part of two recent 20/20 premierships whilst narrowly missing out on a premiership in the longer form. He loves the outdoors especially, bike riding, fishing and camping.

Andrew Goff

PODIATRIST

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

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!

Burak Unal

PODIATRIST

Burak is an enthusiastic and hard working podiatrist who graduated from Latrobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science & Master of Podiatric Practice. Burak has also completed a Bachelor of Biomedicine from Deakin University.

Burak has previously worked at Active Feet which is a podiatry based footwear store where patients are assessed on their foot type and provided footwear to suit their individual needs. He has also worked at I-Med radiology, assisting with after hours reporting where he has developed an ability to read and diagnose different types of imaging scans.

Burak prides himself on being a well-rounded podiatrist with a particular interest in musculoskeletal injuries, sports podiatry, surgery and general foot care. Burak’s friendly personality allows him to develop strong relationships with his patients to help provide the best possible solutions.

Burak comes from a big family who he loves to spend time on the weekend or loves to travel the world, when he is not adding to his large shoe collection.

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.

Marcus Warren-Gleeson

PODIATRIST

Marcus graduated from La Trobe University, completing his Bachelors of Health Science & Masters of Podiatric Practice (B.Hsc&M.Pod.Prac) at La Trobe University.

Marcus is interested and skilled in all aspects of podiatry however his special interests are in the management and care of musculoskeletal injuries. He is also skilled in Diabetes Foot Assessments and Management along with overall foot care.

Marcus enjoys continually developing his podiatry skills through ongoing study with the aim to provide quality and personal care to members of his local community throughout the Mornington Peninsula.

Outside of work Marcus enjoys swimming, having previously competed at state level. He enjoys photography and has a passion for the restoration of classic cars.

Melissa Ward

Podiatrist

Melissa completed her Bachelor of Applied Science & Master of Podiatric Practice (B.Hsc&M.Pod.Prac) at La Trobe University Bundoora Campus and has recently joined the Walk On Podiatry team.

Melissa was first introduced to podiatry and the positive impact a podiatrist can have on their patients’ lives as a number of her family members received treatment by their podiatrist for bunions. Further study during university sparked her interest in other areas of podiatry including sports injury prevention and management, diabetes foot care and overall general foot health. Melissa loves interacting with her patients and is passionate about providing foot health education and taking a holistic approach to care.

Melissa also works at The Athlete’s Foot and recognises the importance of biomechanics and footwear with regard to overall foot health as well as injury management and prevention.

Melissa loves learning and is always seeking to participate in opportunities to further her knowledge and skills.

Outside of work Melissa enjoys weightlifting at the gym, holidays to Bali and weekend brunch with friends and family.

Rebecca George

PODIATRIST

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.

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.

Soe Wai

PODIATRIST

Soe completed his Bachelor of Applied Science & Master of Podiatric Practice (B.Hsc&M.Pod.Prac) at La Trobe University, Bundoora Campus. Soe joined our team prior to completing his podiatry study and worked as part of our administration and reception teams. Soe has an interest in all aspects of podiatry however his special interests lies in the management and care of musculoskeletal injuries. He is also skilled in Diabetes foot assessments and management along with overall foot care.

MEET & BOOK

Tom Lewin

Podiatrist

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.