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Indika Warus​evitane – B.App.Sci (Podiatry)

Member Australia Podiatry Association (NSW/ACT)
Member Sports Medicine Australia

Indika studied at the University of Western Sydney, graduating in 2005. Originally from Canberra, and with a background and keen interest in athletics, cricket and basketball, he chose podiatry due to his interest in shoes and the mechanics of the feet and legs. He has worked with the leading podiatrists in Canberra and Brisbane and has further increased his knowledge. He is currently involved in all aspects of podiatry and has a special interest in nail surgery and sports podiatry.​

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Nicholas Walsh – B.Pod, B.Bus

​Member Australia Podiatry Association (NSW/ACT)
Member Sports Medicine Australia

Nick joins Local Podiatry from Newcastle, NSW where he studied a Bachelor of Podiatry from the University of Newcastle graduating with Distinction.

Nick had previously worked in marketing for the Newcastle Jets, Newcastle Knights and Westfield Ltd before embarking on a career change into the world of the podiatry, where he holds a particular interest in biomechanics, paediatrics and caring for diabetic feet.

Nick has a keen interest in all sports, especially soccer, tennis and rugby league and is happy to assist you with any queries you may have regarding your lower limb health. ​

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Stuart Noyce

Exercise Physiologist

Stuart Noyce is an Exercise Physiologist working out of Local Podiatry Sports Clinic in Gunghalin.

He completed his Bachelor of Sports Coaching and Exercise Science, and Bachelor of Exercise Physiology and Rehabilitation at the University of Canberra. Throughout his education he has acquired a wealth of skills and knowledge to help clients, young or old, achieve their health and fitness goals. He has experience in writing, coordinating and monitoring various exercise rehabilitation programs for musculoskeletal, cardio-pulmonary, metabolic and neurological conditions. Stuart also enjoys designing exercise based programs to recondition both athletes and members of the general public from injury back to their chosen sports, professions and other daily activities.

Exercise Physiology services include:

  • Injury Rehabilitation
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Injury Prevention
  • Falls Risk Intervention Plan
  • Weight loss
  • Functional Training
  • Athletic Development
  • Strength and Conditioning
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Liz Muench

Receptionist

Liz joined Local Podiatry in 2014 after having worked in a busy medical practice . She has extensive organisational and administrative experience. Liz provides excellent customer service using tact and discretion at all times. With her friendly and cheerful personality, she warmly welcomes clients to the clinic making them feel comfortable and putting them at ease.

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Nilu Robindran

Receptionist

A trustworthy, loyal and caring individual, Nilu demonstrates the attributes of an exceptional Receptionist.
She has a vast experience working in medical centres and brings these skills to Local Podiatry.

Outside of work, Nilu loves spending time with her family and listening to music.