Our people are among the most talented in the industry. It would be our pleasure to put our extensive experience to work for you.
Dr Anthony Duffin
Anthony graduated from the School of Podiatry at the Institute of Technology in 1981. In 1996 he completed his Honours Degree through Brighton University, England. He achieved a first class pass and also received a university prize for the best thesis of 1996.
Anthony was the Honorary Consulting Podiatrist with the Children's Hospital for 20 years. During this time he was mainly involved with assessing children with diabetes for lower limb complications. His PhD research was based on data compiled from his work in the Diabetes Complications Clinic at The Children's Hospital.It was in 2002 that his PhD in Biostructural and Biomolecular Research was bestowed upon him.
The 30 years since Anthony first graduated has seen him guest lecture in Podiatry at The University of Western Sydney and The Institute of Technoloogy. He has delivered many papers at State and National Conferences and International Conferences in Australia, France and Germany. Many of the papers presented at conferences have been published in peer reviewed international journals.
He has been a member of the Australian Podiatry Association for 30 years and was a past Vice President and President of the Diabetes Podiatry Group of NSW.
Anthony has maintained private clinical practice in Beecroft since first graduating and is interested in all aspects of Podiatric care.
Ms Susie Wales
Susie graduated from the School of Podiatry at the Institute of Technology in 1984. She in a member of the Australian Podiatry Associaton. Susie has a keen interest in all aspects of Podaitry but has a special interest in the care of the elderly and general maintenance of the foot. She understands the importance of keeping people mobile particularly in their later years.
Susie's skill, bubbly personality and a wonderful caring manner have made her a very important and extremely popular member of the team at Beecroft Village Podiatry.
Ms Gentry Winters
Gentry graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the
University of Newcastle in 2009 and has experience in all aspects of Podiatry,
including biomechanics, nail surgery, general foot care, aged care and treatment
of the high risk foot. She is a member of the Australian Podiatry
Gentry has a strong interest in the effects that diabetes
has on the foot and has previously been a highly respected member of the team of
Podiatrists at the High Risk Foot Clinic at Liverpool Hospital until she then
decided to devote all of her time to private practice.