Louise is the Director of Barefeet Podiatry.
The company has been solving foot problems since 2008.
Louise has six children (2008-2016) and focuses her extensive knowledge & expertise on adult foot pain/ problems and childrens’ foot/ pain problems.
Prior to 2008, Louise was living in London speaking as a Conference Lecturer in Podiatry. Louise was a Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University teaching Post Graduate Podiatrists lower limb biomechanics focusing on foot pain and lower limb problems.
The second subject Louise taught was Paediatric (childrens’) Podiatry and how to alleviate childrens’ leg / hip/ knee and feet problems. The third subject Louise taught to Post Graduate Podiatry students was ingrown toe nail surgery and local anaesthetics.
Before Conference Lecturing, University Lecturing and University Tutoring, Louise was the Senior Biomechanical Podiatrist in the Paediatric Department of St Mary’s Hospital Central London.
Louise focused on complicated foot and lower leg problems
in children. Louise also consulted for the Adult team on heel, arch, foot pain and how to get outstanding outcomes.
Louise consulted on complex childrens’ foot pain and problems.
From 2003-2005 Louise was a Private Podiatrist in Dee Why and the Podiatrist for Western Sydney Area Health and setting up the Podiatry Clinic in the Aboriginal Health Centre Daruk.
In addition to her Podiatry career, Louise holds a post Graduate Certificate in University Education, is a member of: the Podiatry Association NSW, Podiatry Council Australia, is private health fund accredited, Department of Veterans’ Affairs Accredited, Diabetes Australia Accredited, has written journal articles on adult lower limb pain and Childrens’ feet and leg problems.
Louise’s passion is solving foot pain in both Adults and Children, enabling people to live their life to the fullest.
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A Podiatrist often recommends a “neutral” shoe, as this allows your foot to perform naturally