Dr. Kristi Boles
Kristi Boles has been a practising Podiatrist for almost 12 years. She is passionate about foot health, improving her client’s mobility and is an expert in diabetes foot care, sports podiatry and specialist footwear.
Kristi’s interest in sport’s podiatry reflects her years playing high level netball including representing Victoria in State netball (and therefore knowing the pressure sport can have on your body & feet).
Kristi is the Director of 7 successful Podiatry Practices throughout Melbourne, is an Accredited Podiatrist and a member of the Australian Podiatry Association. She is committed to professional development & keeping abreast of new techniques to the benefit of her clients. This commitment sees her attend conferences, and undertake courses throughout the year to continually update her knowledge and skills.
This including Foot Mobilisation Techniques Level 1 & 2 and a Dry Needling course, for a rounded balance of treatments that can help her clients individual needs.
Having lived and worked in the South East Region her whole life, Kristi loves giving back to her community both personally & professionally. This love inspired Kristi to develop a Podiatrist Mentoring Program, whilst she also currently conducts a Podiatry education group called ‘PEAS’ in the South East region.
On a personal note Kristi enjoys some relaxing time out doing yoga and swimming. As a loving wife and working mum of 2 adorable children, Kristi certainly understands being “run off your feet”! What better person to help you ensure you get more ‘running’ miles and comfort from your feet!
Kristi’s goal is to offer the very best Podiatric care to the community in a friendly, family orientated environment.
Dr. Josh Osborne
Josh is a highly enthusiastic Podiatrist and Personal Trainer, having advanced knowledge in sporting injuries and rehabilitation and has worked alongside physiotherapists in football
clubs. Taking your needs and ambitions into consideration, Josh is able to help create a management plan to get you back to your best and to reach your goals.
Dr. Sarah Fitzgerald
Sarah Fitzgerald is a fully qualified podiatrist with a double degree. She completed her studies with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and a Masters of Podiatric Practice from LaTrobe University. Sarah prides herself on putting the client first at every interaction and has a special interest in children, wounds and general foot health preservation.
Dr. Mark Kaoud
Mark is passionate about all aspects of Podiatry including general foot care and diabetic foot management. Mark he has a particular interest in the rehabilitation of foot related injuries.
Mark is continuously developing his skills and knowledge through continuous learning programs which include seminars and short courses.
This allows him to deliver the most up-to- date and effective treatments to his clients. As a health practitioner, Mark strives to deliver excellence in his work and is passionate about building strong relationships with his clients.
On his time off, Mark enjoys catching up with friends, watching adventure movies and getting active at the gym.
Dr. Tomas Carr
Tom Carr graduated from LaTrobe University in 2008 with a Bachelor of Podiatry. His employment background is varied, having practiced across a variety of settings including St Vincent’s Hospital and Monashlink Community Health in Melbourne, Rural North West Health in Warracknabeal, East Grampians Community Health in Ararat and Rural Remote Health Service in the Northern Territory. A great deal of his experience has been geared toward the management of Chronic Disease, in particular Diabetes and the subsequent complications.
Dr. Stephen Devenish
Stephen, currently working at our Cranbourne Clinic, has come to Podiatry after serving in the Royal Australian Navy. Whilst studying his degree, he also worked as a Disability Support Worker and is passionate about keeping people active and maximising their opportunities. He lives with his wife and 3 children in the Frankston area and enjoys sailing and mountain biking.
Dr. Stephanie Bignoux
Stephanie approaches her practice with a holistic philosophy and a down to earth, caring manner. She focuses on the whole person when treating them including body type, health history and lifestyle. She enjoys working closely with patients to help them understand the underlying cause of pain or conditions. Stephanie studied at Victoria University and has a Masters in Osteopathy and a double degree in Clinical Science, as well as further studies in dry needling. Stephanie treats a range of patients and is developing a particular focus on pregnancy and paediatrics.
Daniel is a young practitioner helping to pioneer a new modality of physical therapy (MST). Having completed a degree in health science, he now works part time in spinal injury research and moonlights in sports injury management. As a physical therapist, Daniels strong points are his assessment skills. He will take the time to make sure that he fully understands the full nature of the problem and will always take the time to answer your questions and explain to you the plan to help you improve your health. While immediate pain relief is the goal on most peoples’ minds. Daniel is focused on providing people with a long-term solution to ensure that you won’t have to be coming in and out of therapy for much of your life.
Natalie is a qualified Accredited Practising Dietitian, holding a Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics with Honours from Monash University. Natalie practices using the most up-to-date and credible evidence to best support her patients. She is a member of both the Dietitian’s Association of Australia and Nutrition Australia and is active in relevant dietetic-related interest groups.
Natalie believes that the impact of food choices on one’s health is often underestimated and hopes to translate how much of a role it can play to her patients. As a dietitian educated with a scientific base, she is able to assist a wide array of individuals with a number of medical conditions. Natalie has a keen interest in all areas of dietetics; in particular diabetes, gastro-intestinal health, oncology, allergies and intolerances and preventing chronic diseases.
My passion for dietetics stems from my love and appreciation for food and how large a role it plays in both our biological health and social relationships. Becoming a dietitian has illustrated to me the impact of altering one’s food pattern on significantly improving wellbeing via assisting to alleviate symptoms and prevent chronic disease.
Dr. Mamatha Srinivasaiah
Mamatha is a qualified and experienced dentist. She is a member of the Australian Dental Association (ADA) and has worked in private setting before.
She constantly updates her knowledge to keep in step with current trends by being involved in a number of educational activities.
At the chair side, Mamatha is gentle and listens to her patients. Care is taken to ensure that the patient is comfortable and well informed about the procedure to avoid anxiety.