Wayne is a senior podiatrist and director of Brisbane Foot Clinic. Wayne has extensive knowledge of all podiatric areas and specialises in lower limb biomechanics, diabetes and nail surgery whilst still enjoying general practice. He has over 12 years experience in podiatry after a career change from medical sciences. Wayne is both an Accredited Podiatrist and member of the Australian Podiatry Association. He is also a member of the Sports Medicine Australia and is involved in assisting podiatry students from QUT University in a supervisory capacity during their placement programs. Wayne has spend more than 10 years developing the practice in Browns Plains and Logan area into a well respected clinic and the first choice for most local GPs and other allied health practitioners. Wayne is married and has three great daughters. Wayne is passionate about his work and injects this into the relationships and commitment he has with his patients. He loves his sport both watching and participating. Wayne has been surrounded by sport from a young age and surprisingly is still actively participating. Golf is his semi regular indulgence. He is still playing and coaching soccer in his old men’s team at Sunnybank.
Bec graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2008 with a Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry). Since then, she has worked around various parts of Brisbane and Central Queensland, gaining valuable experience in a range of clinical settings such as private practice and aged care. Her special interests are diabetic foot care and education, chronic and recurrent heel pain, ingrown toenails and paediatric sports injuries. When Bec isn’t at work, she loves spending time with her husband, friends and family and following whatever sport is on TV. She very much looks forward to walking her pooch each day after work – Pug the Dachshund is always happy to see her after a long day of sleeping! Bec is a wine enthusiast who enjoys travelling, especially to various wine regions in Australia whenever she gets the chance. She is also an avid runner who completed her first half marathon in 2017 and is now training for a marathon.
Henry graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry) degree in 2015. Since his graduation, he has been working full time at the Brisbane Foot Clinic. He has special interests in diabetic foot care and education, as well as treating biomechanical conditions. Henry is also fluent in Chinese.
Henry is actively involved in the community volunteering, such as Homeless Connect and Indigenous Health Check Day, as he enjoys helping the people who are in need. When Henry is off from work, he loves to spend time with his family and friends, and following TV shows. He also loves traveling around the world admiring the culture, history and scenery of different countries. He has already been to many countries, such as America, Canada, New Zealand and most Asian countries, and now he would like to visit Europe and Egypt once he has the chance.
Neha Sharma – Practice Manager
Neha started working at the Brisbane Foot Clinic after graduating from university with a degree in business. She has now been working at the clinic for a few years and manages the day to day running of the reception and admin. Neha thoroughly enjoys the team and the interaction with the patients that attend the clinic. In her spare time Neha enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She likes to keep fit by finding adventurous activities outdoors and she is passionate about one day exploring other countries.
Tracey Chase – Receptionist
Tracey has been working at the Brisbane Foot Clinic since 2014 as a receptionist. She loves her job and enjoys speaking to all our patients. She and her partner have 3 children, her favourite past time is watching her kids play sports and spending time together as a family. Tracey plays tennis, touch rugby and netball. She also coach junior netball and touch rugby, and is an active member of her sports club.
Lisa Atherton – Receptionist
Lisa has recently started working at the Brisbane foot clinic after moving from outback South Australia with her husband and three rescue dogs. She is happy to be back in the city and the novelty of not having to drive 3 hours to go shopping. She is looking forward to settling into the new role and get to know everyone. Lisa is passionate about good food and travel, and has been lucky enough to live and travel all over the world. She and her husband cannot wait to get out in their camper trailer and explore all that Queensland has to offer.
Keely Robinson – Receptionist