Claire graduated with a Bachelor in Podiatry from the Queensland University of Technology in 2017. Having recently moved from Brisbane, Claire is enjoying exploring Canberra and experiencing all that it has to offer. Claire also has a degree in Health Sciences with a Major in Public Health and Health Promotion.
Previously she had be working in the field of mental health in Queensland’s health department and at Griffith University in health research. Claire decided to make the switch from the head to the toes (mental health to podiatry) in order to have a greater direct impact on patient care, and she hasn’t looked back since.
Claire loves all things podiatry with a special interest in ingrown toe nails, orthotic therapy and paediatrics.
Luke is a graduate from Western Sydney University and holds a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Podiatric Medicine. After previously working in the corporate world in IT Administration, a desire to help people improve their health, led him to podiatry. Luke has previously worked in Ulladulla on the South Coast and Tuggeranong in private practice. He is happily settled in Canberra as it provides a wonderful lifestyle for active people.
Coming from Western Sydney Luke enjoys treating people with Diabetes and its growing concern in today’s society, providing preventative measures to protect their lower limb health. He also has a passion for biomechanical assessments, coming from a running background, and helping to enable people to be pain free and living a healthy, active life.
On a personal level, Luke has a passion for being in the outdoors. Having previously competed in triathlons, he has since slowed down a little and enjoys running on the road and trail as well as being involved with a not-for-profit organisation Running Wild. Luke previously served on the committee of Running Wild as Vice President and Treasurer, and he is still the Race Director for Mount Solitary Ultra Marathon.