Joe graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2014 after completing a Bachelor of Podiatry. Joe has developed an in-depth understanding of all aspects of podiatry.
Joe is enthusiastic about the variety scope that general podiatry practice offers; whether it be nail surgery or general foot care, removing painful calluses and corns, assessing and treating foot and leg pain or performing comprehensive diabetic assessments on his patients.
He is qualified in performing Dry Needling, diagnostic and therapeutic injections as well as Shockwave Therapy all of which are effective tools for the treatment and management of soft tissue and joint pain in the foot, ankle and leg. Joe takes an enthusiastic and thoughtful approach to developing a treatment plan to suit each of his patients.
Outside of the clinic, Joe keeps his skills updated by participating in regular podiatric training and attends annual conferences to further develop his clinical skills and remain up to date with the latest podiatry treatments. Joe also regularly supervises students in the clinic and was volunteering at the Matthew Talbot centre in Woolloomooloo’s medical clinic.
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