Our Staff

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Reece Turner

Reece is a graduate from Lincoln Institute of Health Science and has a Bachelor of Podiatry from La Trobe University. Reece has over 20 years of practice experience and has special interests in biomechanics and wound care. He is the founder of Camberwell Podiatry and he enjoys mentoring and sharing skills with new graduates. Reece's interests are home renovations, spending time with his family and restoring classic cars.

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Hannah McConnell

Hannah graduated from a Bachelor of Podiatry at La Trobe University in 2003 after completing a Human Movement degree at Deakin University. Hannah has worked at Camberwell Podiatry for 7 years. Hannah grew up in Shepparton and enjoys keeping fit and being outdoors. She has a keen interest in clinical sports podiatry, paediatrics and biomechanics.

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Renée Tamlin

Renée graduated from LaTrobe University in 2001 with a Bachelor of Podiatry Degree. Prior to this she completed an Applied Science degree in Sports and Exercise from The University of SA.

Renée has worked in private practice since graduating, was a podiatrist at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games, and a volunteer at the 2006 Commonwealth Games and numerous Oxfam Trailwalkers.

Renée has been working part time at the Camberwell Podiatry Centre for 10 years, and loves all aspects of her job. When she's not at work she tries to keep fit, be social and look after her kids!

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David Usher

David graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry in 2006 at La Trobe University after simultaneously completing a Human Movement degree at RMIT. Soon after this, David moved to London where he gained much exposure in sports clinics, working with elite athletes in the prestigious Fleet Street area.

David's areas of interest within podiatry include biomechanics, surgery and paediatrics. David is a very keen sportsman and loves all outdoor pursuits.

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Melissa Coyle

Melissa graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry at La Trobe University in 2008 after previously completing a Bachelor of Science at The University of Melbourne. She has a special interest in Sports Podiatry after having worked with athletes at all levels. Melissa has a strong interest in lower limb biomechanics, paediatric foot conditions, the diabetic foot, orthotic prescription and footwear. Melissa has a personal interest in netball, running and cycling.

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Michael O'Connell

Michael graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry from La Trobe University in 2008. He enjoys all aspects of podiatry and has a special interest in conditions affecting the paediatric foot and sports related pathology. Michael is a clinical supervisor for 3rd year podiatry students at La Trobe University. He enjoys travelling, playing golf, cricket and is Vice President of the local cricket club STC South Camberwell.