Andrew moved to Queensland from Victoria in December 2007. He Graduated from LaTrobe University in 2005 and was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Podiatry. Before moving to Queensland Andrew was working at the Sunbury Foot Clinic with Ken Weber for two years where he was involved in all aspects of podiatry. Andrew’s interests include playing Aussie Rules football for the Glenmore Bulls Football Club and Classic cars.
Doug graduated in 2016 from CQU as a mature aged student. He has a keen interest in Diabetes management of the foot and learning all aspects of podiatry. Doug is also a local instructor for Tae Kwon Do, which he teaches to students of all ages.
Aaron originates from the UK and graduated from AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand in 2015 with a Bachelor of health science majoring in podiatry. He enjoys all aspects of podiatry with a particular focus on biomechanics. In his spare time Aaron is a keen technology enthusiast and likes to get outdoors and explore.
Huan completed his Bachelor of Podiatry at the University of South Australia in 2016.
Before moving to Queensland, Huan was working as a medical scientist for more than 10 years in Royal Adelaide hospital where he developed interest in podiatry. Whilst he was studying, Huan participated in multiple outreach clinics in Broken Hill (NSW), Murray bridge community health services (SA), Yorke and Northern Rural Region (SA). Huan has also completed numerous placements at GP Plus Elizabeth (SA), Royal Adelaide Hospital, Lyell McEwin Hospital (SA) and Northern Adelaide Health Network. As a podiatrist, Huan is constantly keeping up to date with the latest evidence based research and expanding his knowledge in multiple treatment modalities. He has a clinical interest in biomechanics and prevention and management of lower limb complications.
Aside from being an enthusiastic thru-hiker, Huan enjoys running, cycling, going to the gym, outdoor rock climbing and participating in speleology.