Having both studied Podiatry at the University of Adelaide and gained the
combined experience of treating a range of clients and conditions, Tom and
Georgina decided to establish a clinic in the hub of the eastern suburbs,
Bondi Junction in 2002.
Podiatry First was set up to provide the highest quality foot care to a
range of clients that include children, people experiencing foot and heel
pain, women who want to look better in sandals or feel better in
stilettos, and older people with specific health problems. Since 2002, Podiatry First has grown to become on of the most respected and busiest clinics in the area.
Georgina Jamieson (Barry)
Georgina treats clients at Podiatry First Bondi Junction. Georgina knows the importance of healthy feet and good looking feet.
That's why Georgie's foot treatments are some of the most sought after in the Eastern Suburbs. Clients include busy professionals, children and older people with specific ailments.
Georgie is committed to ensuring Podiatry First provides the highest standard and results for all types of foot injuries that walk through the door. No complaint is too big or small for Podiatry First - we are here to help.
"I see so many clients - men and women alike - who come to the clinic with a foot problem, whether it's heel pain or a sore knee and they'll keep coming back for the treatments even after the problem has gone."
Sarah studied Podiatry at Sydney Institute of Technology (1996) and furthered her studies and the University of Western Sydney. Since graduating, she has worked in private practice in various locations around Sydney and also worked as a clinical tutor for Podiatry students at the University of Western Sydney.
Continuing education is important to her, and she is always looking to improve and update her skills. Currently studying a Masters of Public Health and Masters of Health Management at the University of NSW, she feels that this has given her a broader understanding of the importance of Podiatry within the Australian healthcare system.
Sarah enjoys variety in her clinical work and is always up for a challenge. When not thinking about feet she enjoys travel, music, food, theatre and film and also a good chat.
Tiffany graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the University of Western Australia in 2009 and has since been advancing her profession as a podiatrist. She enjoys exploring the different areas of the industry and has worked in various hospitals, community centres and private clinics.
She has a keen interest in aged care, diabetes and loves working within a multidisciplinary team to improve the quality of life for patients; especially those suffering from chronic disease.
Tiffany embraces diversity in her Podiatry work as well as shows genuine care and concern for her clients. Working in this field has broadened her perspectives with regards to achieving optimal outcomes, rapport and communicating effectively in a clinical environment with both her peers and patients.
Hannah graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Podiatry from Charles Stuart Univeristy, Albury in 2009.
Hannah joined a Private practice straight out of University in Bendigo where she was able to develop her skills as a Podiatrist. Hannah has since spent time in London, working in the NHS and private clinics where she was able to work within a multi disciplinary team. Upon returning to Australia, Hannah combined all these skills and took on a Maternity position managing and running a private practice.
She has joined Podiatry First with a genuine passion for feet and helping people. With her range of experience Hannah is able to tackle any problem that walks through the door and looks forward to helping you walk pain free.