All of our podiatrists are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and complete extensive, regular professional development to ensure we maintain the highest level of podiatric care possible. No matter what issues your feet are having we have a podiatrist available to give you the right care.
Anna completed her Bachelor of Podiatry in 2007 at La Trobe University and also completed a Certificate III and IV in Fitness in the same year. Anna is experienced in the assessment and treatment of children’s foot and leg problems. She also has a special interest in sports and work-related foot and ankle injuries and is qualified in dry needling.
In her spare time (haha what is that?) Anna is a busy mum of two boys and an active border collie called Rosie. She walks and rides regularly and quite often ends up trampolining with the kids.
Chuankai (Kai) Lim
Kai graduated in 2013 with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice from La Trobe University. He is currently undertaking his Masters degree in Theory of Podiatric Surgery via correspondence through Glasgow Caledonian University in Scotland.
Kai is a resourceful practitioner and provides tailored care for each of his patients. He utilises a practical approach to problem solving and recognises the importance of multidisciplinary integration in healthcare. Ultimately, his primary aims are: to increase awareness and educate patients regarding foot related complications and to achieve pain reduction and facilitate faster return to function and activity through the least invasive measures. Kai has a balanced passion for various aspects in podiatry, with special interests in: foot surgery, ingrown nails, sport related issues and general foot maintenance.
During his time away from work, Kai keeps active by training in the gym, playing outdoor soccer and futsal. He also enjoys finding new places to eat.
Emma graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry in 2011 from La Trobe University and has been working in Private Practice since.
Emma enjoys all areas of podiatry and being able to cater for the whole family’s foot and ankle needs. She is passionate about patient education and involving each individual in their treatment options. She has experience with a wide range of sports and has previously been a Calisthenics coach and Rowing Instructor. Emma understands the benefits of returning to activity as quickly as possible post injury but also implementing strategies to prevent further injury long term.
In her spare time, Emma enjoys spending time with her family and being outdoors hiking or scuba diving. She also has a keen interest in travelling.
Kate completed her Bachelor of Applied Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice at La Trobe University.
She has previously completed studies in Education, but Kate’s passion for health care and helping people, in combination with her passion for sport and fitness guided her into podiatry.
She has a special interest in musculoskeletal injuries, prevention of diabetes-related foot pathology and general foot care.
Kate is a Mornington Peninsula local and play footy for Mornington. She enjoys being active and loves spending time with her friends, family and dog Griffey.
Britt is bubbly, outgoing with a great sense of humour who is very easy to talk to and a great listener.
In her spare time Britt is busy taking care of her 3 children. Also keeping her busy are her two huge mastiff dogs Marly and Maxy.
Christine loves to interact with patients and has a strong focus on customer satisfaction. You will find her at the desk with a smile to greet you on arrival.
In her spare time, she is a wife and mum of two children. She keeps busy by baking up a storm for her family and walking her pampered pooch, Poppy the Vizsla.