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Meet The Team

Hayley Thawley

BHIthSc/MPodMed

Hayley is passionate about helping people to achieve optimum physical function, so they can lead unrestricted and fulfilling lifestyles.

Hayley has a comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of podiatry. Having worked across a range of clinical settings within rural and metropolitan areas, she has managed a vast array of lower limb pathologies.

Hayley has developed a special interest in injury management and prevention, rehabilitation and restoring mobility. Hayley has completed post graduate studies and courses  to develop her professional skill set, with a focus on soft tissue and myofascial therapies. As a runner herself, Hayley understands the frustration involved with injury and thus provides efficient injury management and rehabilitation.

Hayley is also passionate about paediatric podiatry. She enjoys working closely together with parents and children in order to optimise growth and development and address any concerns through early intervention where necessary. Her likeable nature and vibrant personality allows children to feel comfortable and relaxed in the healthcare setting.
  

Rebecca Flower

BHlthSc / MPodMed

Becca has a background encompassing all facets of podiatry, including toe nail surgery, musculoskeletal concerns and injuries, general podiatry, diabetic and high risk patients. Becca’s philosophy is to manage her patient’s concerns with a holistic yet evidence-based approach.

Prior to opening Sydney Podiatry Co, Becca worked in a Wollongong practice with a focus on  human movement, myofascial therapies and exercise prescription.  This is where she developed her interest in running, positional power and efficiency. She believes if we condition the body to become energy efficient, we will be less susceptible to weakness and injury.

In the past 4 years, Becca has worked across a wide demographic of patients. She understands that inefficiency of the lower limb affects people from all walks of life. This may include an ingrown toenail, that irritating corn or a sprained ankle.
  

Rebecca Calloway

 

B Podiatry / B Nursing

As a healthcare provider for almost 20 years as a registered nurse and podiatrist, Rebecca has wealth of knowledge and experience in health. Bringing a holistic, research-based and passionate approach to her patient care, Rebecca amalgamates her nursing and podiatry knowledge into her Podiatric care.

Rebecca is competent in all areas of podiatry and foot health, Rebecca is particularly interested in the podiatric management of Diabetes and other systemic conditions affecting the feet and lower limb.

Her interest in diabetic foot care has lead her to be a part of The Agency of Clinical Innovation (ACI) High Risk Foot Community of Practice. This committee allows her to keep abreast of the most recent research, treatments, and preventative, measures to ensure optimum foot health and improve quality of life.

Rebecca is passionate about health care being available to all and thus offers home visits. Let her bring her expertise to you in the comfort of your own home or come to the clinic and meet the lovely Rebecca.

ANGELIQUE ellis

B.Pod., Dist., Ba.N. Grad. Cert. in Cardiac Nursing, Dist.

Angelique is a critical care nurse who retrained as a podiatrist. Working on the Northern Beaches since 2015.

Areas of interest include healthy ageing and improving mobility for older adults, diabetic foot care, effects of chronic diseases on the feet, skin and nail conditions.
When not at work Angelique enjoys spending time with her young family and all that the Northern Beaches have to offer.
 

MADELEINE clemesha

BHlthSc / MPodMed

Maddie has completed a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine at Western Sydney University, where she graduated with distinction.

Maddie grew up playing both competitive netball and touch football. These activities found her battling with sports related knee and ankle injuries. She soon learned the importance of preventative and rehabilitative measures within sport.

Maddies aim is to bring a gentle approach when addressing patient concerns and to make sure you're always feeling comfortable with your treatment goals and outcomes. She enjoys all aspects of podiatry, and has a passion for increasing patients quality of life and reducing pain measures.

Maddie loves to keep updated with recent evidence and continuously develop her skills. This has lead her to undertake extra courses like dry needling, sports taping & rehabilitation in sports.