At Hills Podiatry Centre we strive to provide our clients with the best foot care available. Some of our staff have had over 20 years experience so your feet are in the best possible hands.
We are a very passionate team that care about our client experience and foot care. We deliver the latest advances in non-surgical treatment to assist our patients in resolving foot and leg pains, and in some cases lower back symptoms.
Once your goals are determined and your specific troubles diagnosed, a range of treatment methods can be combined to gain quick relief and long term resolution.
Our Podiatrists are fully qualified Members of the Australian Podiatry Association.
We undergo annual accreditation through professional development as well as Hills Podiatry in house training.
Tracy has been a Podiatrist for over 26 years. She is well known for caring nature with clients but also her high standard of care. She constantly updates her education by attending conference and courses, with particular interest in Sports Podiatry and Pediatrics. She is a member of the Australian Podiatry Associations and Australian Academy of Podiatry Sports Medicine. She works at both our practices at Kellyville and Dural.
She has worked in Public Health Care, Disabled Care, Aged Care, Sporting events and charity walking events. She takes seriously her special areas of interest in Sports and Pediatrics and makes it a priority to stay on top of the latest developments in the areas.
Vicki Hewett graduated from the University of Newcastle with a bachelor of health science podiatry. Prior to her career as a podiatrist Vicki was a remedial massage therapist for 15 years and has an amazing and extensive knowledge of the musculoskeletal system.
Vicki has interests and a special focus in treating biomechanical abnormalities and muscle imbalances. Vicki is also trained in dry needling and muscle rehabilitation and will take the time to discuss with you, your treatment options. Vicki is also a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and the Australasian Academy of Sports Podiatric Medicine.
Our fantastic Zebris Machine for patient biomechanical analysis is available at our Dural podiatry practice. Our diagnostic treadmill has more than 5000 sensors within the belt. These are connected to a computer which displays the distribution of force and pressure for each footstep as a moving colour coded contour diagram.
We all have individual ways of moving and the diagnostic equipment we have at Hills Podiatry Centre allows us to analyse the data supplied. This gives you the best outcome and treatment options. Our Zebris FDM-T is a highly sensitive Force Distribution Treadmill with movement pressure sensors which allow us to explain to you what is going on with your feet.
We take our time with you during the consultation to answer any questions you have and we will send a report to your doctor with your results.