Adam studied Podiatry at Latrobe University in Melbourne, Graduating in 2001 with Bachelor of Podiatry. In 2002 he completed an honours year whilst working in community health in South Gippsland.
Since graduating he has worked in both community health and private practice throughout Gippsland. In 2005 he travelled with his wife Shannon around the world stopping in England and working within the NHS for 8 months.
On return 2006 he started his own business Coastal Health Podiatry (formally Island Foot Clinic).Podiatry has many specialist areas including Diabetes Foot Care, Sports Podiatry, Paediatrics and Surgery.
Adam frequently updates his podiatry skills in all of these areas to provide current best practice advice and treatment to patients.
Adam moved to Phillip Island from Sandy Point near Wilsons Promontory. His interests largely revolve around sport including surfing, snow skiing, basketball and AFL football. Adam lives in Cape Woolamai with wife Shannon, children Bode and Luca and labrador Lars.
Natalie studied Podiatry at LaTrobe University, graduating in 1994. Over her 24 years in clinical practice, she has predominately worked in private practice, establishing own clinics in Melbourne in 2006 and 2009.
Natalie has a keen interest in all aspects of podiatry, particularly problem nails and skin conditions. She enjoys keeping up to date with new techniques and regularly attends workshops and seminars to continue professional development.
Natalie is also a regular podiatry supervisor volunteer for annual events such as the 100km Oxfam trail walk.Natalie and her family decided to make the move to Phillip Island earlier this year to enjoy a slower, frelaxed lifestyle and all the beauty the island has to offer.
She is very excited to join the team at Coastal Health Podiatry and looks forward to helping all local residents with their foot care needs.