Freedom through Mobility
At Total Care Podiatry we care about how your level of mobility affects and impacts your ability to enjoy life and do the things you want to do.
If you have chronic pain or a complex condition affecting your feet, lower limbs and/or your back, our team approach to patient care is aimed at providing a complete and comprehensive treatment plan.
Your treatment plan will address all the components of your condition in an integrated approach to reach a pre-determined goal set in consultation with you.
Paul has been a podiatrist in private practice since 1987 with a special interest in musculoskeletal conditions. He is a fellow of the Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine and has recently become the first podiatrist admitted as a member of the Pain Society of Australia.
The focus of his practice has always been on comprehensive, evidence based examination and diagnosis of the underlying causes of presenting symptoms, to achieve the best possible outcome for each patient.
Paul has had very encouraging results using an individualized, modified nordic walking technique for people with limited mobility, including those with neurological disorders and arthritic conditions and is currently conducting a pilot study through the School of Medicine at Deakin University to ascertain if nordic walking will maintain mobility and improve quality of life for individuals who are awaiting knee and hip surgery.
Amelia joined Total Care Podiatry in 2006 after graduating with a Bachelor of Podiatry from LaTrobe University in 2005. She graduated with Honours after completing her thesis on ‘Postural Asymmetries and Clinical Measurements’.
Amelia grew up in Geelong and has keen interests in basketball, netball and enjoys watching a game of footy.
Esther graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Podiatric Practice from La Trobe University. She has a passion for podiatry and enjoys all aspects, including biomechanics, diabetic foot care sports injury and general foot care.
Esther grew up in Melbourne and has a strong interest in dance, particularly classical ballet. She loves spending time near the beach and enjoys being active, travelling and spending time with friends and family.
Sam has completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences/Masters in Podiatric Practice through La Trobe University. He has gained a variety of experience in both the public and private sectors including management of the diabetic patient, musculoskeletal injuries, orthotic therapy, dermatological conditions, paediatric podiatry, general podiatric care, and wound management.
Sam holds a particular interest for biomechanics and management of musculoskeletal injuries of the foot and lower limb. He also has many years’ experience as a footwear sales assistant and incorporates this knowledge into his podiatry practice.
In his spare time, Sam has a background in both playing and coaching Tennis at various levels. He has a passion for running, music, watching many different sports, reading, playing the drums, and spending time with family and friends.
Total Care Podiatry and the Community
Workshops and Lectures such as for:
- Diabetes updates to Health Professionals
- Strive 2 Thrive group 3 monthly presentation
- Polio Australia and Myeloma Australia
- Free Come & Try Nordic Walking sessions
- Run Geelong - Free foot assessments & advice
- Career information evenings - Deakin University
- 2nd and 4th Year University student placements
- Physical Revolution Boot Camp - Information sessions
- Regular guest speaker to Community Groups
If you wish for Paul Graham to speak at your next event please call 5223 1531 to arrange a time.
Polio Australia workshop - "maintaining mobility"