B.Pod., D.E., mAPodA(Vic), mDA(Vic), mWMA(Vic)
Beth Mueller completed her Bachelor of Podiatry at La Trobe University in 2004. Her clinical experience in Private Practice, Public and Community Health has resulted in an extensive range of knowledge in all areas of podiatry. In September 2009, Beth founded Heel and Toe Podiatry. Her special interests include Diabetes and Biomechanics (the science of movement).
Beth is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association (Vic), Diabetes Australia (Vic) and Wound Management Association (Vic). She also regularly attends continuing education events such as focus groups, conferences and seminars.
Currently on maternity leave.
After completing a Bachelor of Applied Science, Belinda continued her studies to attain a Bachelor of Podiatry from La Trobe University in 2004. Since then, Belinda has developed her clinical skills and experience to become confident in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting foot health.
Belinda is committed to continuing professional development to maintain and develop her Podiatry knowledge.
B.Pod., AdDipHSci (Accupuncture), BHSci (TCM)
Following completion of her Bachelor of Podiatry in 1996, Annemarie started her work as a podiatrist in the private sector. She has worked in many roles in rural and urban practice and developed clinical skills through manufacturing of orthoses, affiliations with sporting clubs and group work for patients with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and mobility issues. Whilst working full-time, Annemarie also committed herself to further study to complete an Advanced Diploma in Health Sciences (Accupuncture) and a Bachelor of Health Sciences in Traditional Chinese Medicine by 1999.
Annemarie started working for Heel and Toe Podiatry in late 2011, and has since provided her patients with relief from many painful and chronic problems including heel spurs and circulatory problems. Annemarie has a special interest in circulatory and biomechanical issues.
Suzanne completed her Bachelor of Podiatry – Bundoora in 2004. Following completion of her degree she went straight into both Public & Private practice providing her with a very wide range of experience in all aspects of Podiatry. As a result of this Suzanne still enjoys the variety of all aspects of Podiatry, from the basics of general foot care to more complex foot issues.
Suzanne’s main aim is to tailor and personalise her consultations to provide an exceptional level of service to her clients. Supporting and encouraging any collaboration with other health professionals to optimise outcomes for clients can often be done to achieve this.
Special Interests: Children’s feet, Suzanne has been extensively involved in the development of children’s foot screening programs. In conjunction with Physiotherapists these were developed to detect any children’s foot problems early. Adult foot pain, including sports injury e.g. heel pain, arch pain and shin pain. Being involved in high level athletics herself for some time, provides her with in depth insight and understanding into sporting foot issues.