The Podiatrists on Williamson Street 

Genevieve
Green

Kate 
Smith

Jodie
Frogley

Rory
Weightman

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B.App.Sci.(Pod)  Grad Dip Pod (La Trobe University)
Soft tissue therapist     Fitness Instructor

Genevieve completed her degree in Podiatry in 1992 at La Trobe University, Lincoln School of Health Sciences in Melbourne. She received ‘dux of her year’ for her first and final year, as well as numerous awards for her academic achievements in her final year of study. She was awarded the Clinical Award of Excellence in 1993 by the Australian Podiatry Association.

Genevieve completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Podiatry in 1995.  She then went on to complete studies in soft tissue therapy in 2001, and then a certificate in fitness, to become a fitness trainer in 2003.

Genevieve describes herself as being highly skilled and having a special interest in every single area of podiatry.  She loves every aspect of her work from cutting corns, to working with children, athletes, biomechanics and surgery.  She prides herself on her thorough assessments, experience and professionalism.  She has a zest for constant learning, and regularly attends seminars, conferences and workshops.

In 2010, Genevieve became involved with the first year of Podiatry students who commenced at La Trobe University Bendigo.  She has given lectures to the students about private practice, as well as mentoring students learning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

B Pod (LaTrobe University)


Kate completed her Podiatry degree at LaTrobe University in 2010 in Melbourne, and relocated to Bendigo 3 years ago.
 
Kate is excited to have begun at Podiatry On Williamson, enjoying all aspects of Podiatry, in particular the rheumatoid foot and diabetes.

Kate enjoys an active lifestyle outside work including netball, cooking, craft, volunteer work within the community and part time studies.

BHlthSc (Pod). (Charles Sturt University)


Jodie completed her Podiatry degree at Charles Sturt University in 2009, Albury Wodonga. She has experience as a Podiatrist in both the public and private sectors, currently working at Bendigo Community Health Services one day a week.

Jodie has a wide range of interest in podiatry, particularly in diabetic foot heath and footwear. She enjoys the variety of working in private practice and is committed to ongoing professional development in the field of Podiatry. 

Jodie loves her work at Podiatry On Williamson and is enjoying an active lifestyle in Bendigo since relocating from Wagga Wagga in 2010.

 

 

B.(Pod). (La Trobe University)


The youngest member of the team, Rory completed his studies in 2011 and is well suited to working in the vibrant and professional team in the practice.

Helping people stay on their feet and get back to full function is Rory's favourite part of being a podiatrist, and he has a special interest in medical technology (currently shockwave therapy). He is dedicated to keeping up to date with the latest podiatry research, in order to provide the best care for his patients.

Rory is a local and recently got married in Bendigo to Elissa. He spent most of his schooling years living in Sedgwick and is enjoying being back in the country. He loves being a part of the community through music (french horn, singing and banjo), sport (running & cycling) and church involvement where he's found answers and hope in the good news of Jesus Christ.