Julie Tunbridge qualified as a Podiatrist from UniSA in 1988 and has also completed further studies achieving a Master of Health Science in Podiatry.
She has relocated to the local area after working on the Eyre Peninsula for 20 years for Country Health.
Julie has experience in all aspects of Podiatry. Her special interests include children’s feet, diabetic foot conditions and rheumatoid arthritis. She enjoys providing routine foot care to all ages of the community.
Julie also works for UniSA supervising Podiatry students on Broken Hill clinical trips.
Outside of work Julie enjoys spending time with family, walking her dog and textile crafts.
Steph is an enthusiastic Podiatrist who strives to achieve the best possible outcome for her patients. Her management involves taking a thorough medical and clinical history, in conjunction with a detailed assessment to make an accurate diagnosis. She takes into consideration all aspects of a patient’s situation and combines it with her assessment to create a treatment plan that is individualised and thoughtful.
Steph has a wide range of experience and skills and can help you with:
– General Podiatry (including nail and skin care)
– Sports Podiatry
– Biomechanical Assessment
– Ingrown Toenail Treatment
– Footwear assessments
– Dry Needling
– Strength and Conditioning
– Diabetes assessment
– Orthotic management
– Pre/Post Surgical Rehabilitation
Steph is passionate about health and wellness and when not at work loves running and experimenting in the kitchen.
Rachel Buchanan completed a Bachelor of Podiatry degree through Uni SA in 2020.
With experience in both private practice and residential aged care settings, she places high importance in getting to know patients and providing tailored foot care with an empathetic approach.
Rachel is passionate about helping people manage various foot and ankle conditions, and has a special interest in
-diabetes foot health
-footwear education and advice
-routine nail and skin care.
In her spare time, Rachel enjoys staying active through running and cycling, exploring restaurants, travelling, and spending time with family and friends.
“I qualified with an honour degree in Podiatry in 2008 at Glasgow Caledonian University, Australia has been my home since 2009. I have lived all over Australia and worked in private practice, but mainly in public health.
My special interest is high risk feet and routine foot health care and arthritis. I enjoy being able to work with people in an educational capacity and enabling people to make informed choices.
I am a friendly, respectful, private person who loves nature and life.”