• Podiatry

    Podiatry

Podiatry

The Adelaide Paediatrics podiatrists deal with any disorders of the feet and lower limb and aim to see children to achieve their greatest physical potential to keep them active and engaged in life’s activities.

A doctor’s referral is not required to see a podiatrist.

Your child might see a podiatrist for:

  • flat feet
  • toe walking
  • in-toeing / out-toeing
  • gait abnormalities
  • lower limb pain
  • normal lower limb development
  • in grown toe nails
  • warts
  • orthotic therapy
  • footwear assessment

Nikki Marshall

Nikki Marshall

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Podiatry – University of South Australia
  • Bachelor of Podiatry (Divisional Honours)
Nikki is an accredited podiatrist who has worked in rural settings, metropolitan hospitals and private practice for the past five years. Currently she divides her time between public paediatric clinics, private practice here at Adelaide Paediatrics and is also a clinical tutor to final year podiatry students at UniSA.
To further her skills in paediatric podiatry she has begun postgraduate studies investigating metatarsus adductus. She also has a special interest in toe walking and has undertaken further courses here and in the US to further her knowledge in this area.
She is passionate about providing children with the best possible foot care and helping them to achieve their full potential.
In her spare time Nikki volunteers as a mentor with ‘Time For Kids’ which is a not for profit organization that provides disadvantaged children with role models to support them in overcoming life’s challenges.

Hayley Uden

Hayley Uden

Qualifications:
  • Bachelor of Podiatry, University of South Australia, Conferred April 2005
  • Master of Health Science (Podiatry), University of South Australia, Conferred March 2011
Hayley has just become one of only a handful of podiatrists nationally to become a Certified Paediatric Podiatrist, recognising her knowledge, skills, leadership and research within this area of podiatry. Hayley has worked as an accredited podiatrist in both the public, private, rural and metropolitan regions. Currently Hayley works as a part time lecturer at the University of South Australia teaching students from first year through to the final year of their studies. In particular, Hayley supervises the paediatric university clinic, with a special interest in researching the foot posture of children.
Hayley is especially passionate in helping children to achieve their greatest physical potential to keep them active and engaged in life's activities. Hayley continues to support the podiatry profession as an active member of the paediatric special interest group and the national credentialing working group.
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