Dani holds a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine from Charles Sturt University in Albury and has been working in private practice at the Sunshine Coast for two years. She has a strong knowledge of the lower limb and loves helping people manage their pain and function utilising a number of techniques. She is trained in, and practices dry needling, massage, stretching and joint mobilising techniques to help reduce pain and improve biomechanics. Her background as a teacher in yoga and Pilates allows her to help diagnose problem areas further up the chain from the foot, and work with her patients in the creation of customised rehabilitation programs.
Dani loves working with children and carries out thorough clinical assessments at every consultation to ensure you or your child receive the best possible diagnosis and care.
“Podiatry is not just about the foot, it’s about how the whole body works with the foundations (feet) we have. Our aim is to get you functioning your best. Our profession involves care and healing based on an extensive understanding of the entire lower limb, from the lower back, all the way to the toes.”
When she is not helping patients with their lower limb health, you might find Dani on a mountain bike or playing the keyboard in a rock band.