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.
B.Pod. (La Trobe University)
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, married to Elissa and they have just welcomed a new baby Florence into the world this year. 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 radio- Life 105.1 FM, music (singing and banjo), sport (running & cycling) and also works part time as an assistant at Reforming Church.
B.HSc, M.Pod (Latrobe University)
Katherine is delighted to be working with the Podiatry on Williamson team, and living in Bendigo, the city where she grew up. Katherine completed her studies at La Trobe University (Bundoora), graduating in 2015.
Katherine enjoys all aspects of podiatry, and her aim is to provide a high quality and professional service to all members of the community. She enjoys meeting and talking with clients. Katherine is committed to using up-to-date research and evidence based practice to deliver skilled care to her clients.
Katherine is a keen sportsperson, she enjoys road cycling, mountain biking, orienteering and Zumba instructing. She also enjoys music, playing with other musicians in the Bendigo and District Concert Band.