Finn has experience in all areas of podiatry, with a special interest working with children as well as musculoskeletal conditions.
Finn achieved First Class Honours in a Bachelor of Podiatry at the University of South Australia, completing his thesis on the effects of dog walking on human gait. On graduating, Finn was awarded the T G Mitchell Prize from the Australian Podiatry Association for the student with the highest academic achievement in podiatry clinical studies.
Finn is a welcoming face who enjoys working with individuals of all ages and activity levels, no matter how simple or complex their concern.
Finn has experience in all areas of podiatry, with a special interest in musculoskeletal cases such as plantar heel pain, ankle instability and causes of forefoot pain. He also enjoys working with children to reach their goals.
An important aspect of working in podiatry is empowering you to remain active, positive, and accountable throughout your recovery process. From your first appointment, Finn will set goals which are important to you to help get you back doing the things that you love.
Finn has 4 years of experience working at The Athlete’s Foot and is always up for a chat about footwear. A couple of his go to running shoes this season are the Asics Glideride 3 and Brooks Glycerin 20, both in a wide fit.
In his spare time, you may find Finn bouldering, nurturing his houseplants or enjoying a weekend getaway in his self-converted campervan.