Hello There!

 
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Nicole Morgan - Podiatrist & Director

Hello, I'm Nicole.  I grew up on a farm near Minlaton, Yorke Peninsula.  I graduated as a podiatrist from The University of South Australia in 1998; and have worked in a variety of hospital, community health and private practices since.  

Away from work, I Iove spending time with my husband Anthony and our two children Emmy & Tom.  We enjoy getting out into the outdoors, travelling, good food, and the occasional drop of red wine!

My feet have (literally!) taken me around the world, but have now brought me back home to South Australia.

 

 

Samantha Hannaford - Podiatrist

Hi, I'm Samantha. I always have been, and always will be, an Adelaide girl. What I really enjoy about being a podiatrist is the ability to help people live a more comfortable and happy life! I love working with people of all ages, particularly those looking to give their feet a little extra TLC. 

When I'm not busy looking after people’s feet, you’ll find me on the netball court, going for a long walk (or an occasional run!), spending time with my needy and sooky dog, or camping around Australia. 

My feet have always been so important to me, allowing me to see so many wonderful sites around Australia and the world. My most favourite trip was trekking through the Sapa rice fields in northern Vietnam. 

 

 

Cathy Loughry - Podiatrist

Hello, my name is Cathy. I have been a podiatrist for many years. I have extensive experience working with ‘high risk’ inpatients as well as outpatients in the hospital setting.  I have worked privately and teach our undergraduate students at the University of South Australia.  I am passionate about the use of evidence based care in my day to day clinical role. 

Feet play such an important role in our lives.  If you have good foot health your quality of life is so much better than that of someone without good foot health. 

 

 
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DEANNa - OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR

Hi, I'm Deanna.  I've studied a number of different disciplines at University, predominantly in humanities. I've also completed an associate degree in my other passion, Visual Art; and while I'm not in clinic I love painting and drawing.  

I've also played piano since I was five and have recently started playing flute, so feel free to chat to me about music while you are in the waiting room! 

The most amazing place my feet have taken me was the top of Diamond Head Crater in Hawaii.  It was a very hard climb in hot and muggy weather but revealed the most amazing panoramic view.

 

 
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alex - ADMINISTRATOR

Hello, I'm Alex.  Born and raised in Adelaide, I am currently studying Podiatry at the University of South Australia and looking forward to graduating at the end of 2019.

Outside of my studies, I enjoy keeping fit with hikes up Mt Lofty, heading to the beach, and spending time with friends and family.

The most amazing place my feet have taken me to is Montmartre in Paris.  While it took many hundreds of steps to get to the top, the breathtaking views from the Basilica de Sacre Coeur was well worth it!