Sarah Carter – Podiatrist
Sarah graduated from the University of South Australia in 2003 with a Bachelor of Nursing. After nursing for a number of years, she returned to study at UniSA & graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Podiatry.
After graduating, Sarah worked at Flinders Medical Centre in the High Risk Foot Clinic where she developed a passion for the high risk foot and working with complex chronic diseases such as diabetes.
Since then, Sarah has gained a broad range of clinical experiences – working in private practices in London, Adelaide & the Yorke Peninsula; and working in community health settings in Adelaide & Kangaroo Island.
Sarah loves learning and is constantly seeking ways to update her skills & offer new, evidence-based services to her patients. She has completed the Acupuncture for Podiatrists course, and the Talus mobilisation course, and enjoys using acupuncture, dry-needling and mobilisation for a number of foot and leg pathologies. She is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association. Sarah currently consults at our Moonta, Kadina and Ardrossan clinics.
Richard Crosby – Podiatrist
Richard graduated from the University of South Australia in 2008 with a Bachelor of Podiatry. He then gained experience in both the public & private sectors, working at the Repatriation General Hospital, and at a busy inner-city private practice.
Richard has since worked in numerous private practices in London, Adelaide & the Yorke Peninsula, where he has experienced a diverse range of clinical environments with many different focuses. Richard used to regularly visit Maningrida, a remote Indigenous community in the Northern Territory, where he co-ordinated and provided podiatry services to the community.
An avid cricketer with St Peter’s Old Collegians Cricket Club and general lover of all things sports-related, Richard has a keen interest in management of sports injuries pertaining to the foot and leg.
Richard is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and is dedicated to keeping abreast of the latest research and techniques, such that he can provide the best possible treatment to his patients so they achieve the best outcomes.
Richard consults at our Glenelg, Moonta, and Kadina clinics.
Tahlia North – Podiatrist
Tahlia graduated from the University of South Australia in 2014 with a Bachelor of Podiatry.
Prior to graduating, Tahlia worked at The Athletes Foot where she developed an acute knowledge of both athletic and everyday footwear. This passion and experience drives her to find the perfect shoe solution for all her patients.
Tahlia is passionate about all aspects of podiatry, particularly diabetes management, orthotic therapy and general podiatry. A strong focus for Tahlia is client care and continuing education, ensuring better overall long term outcomes for her patients. Tahlia is currently a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and Sports Medicine Australia, and has recently completed an Acupuncture for Podiatrists course.
Outside of podiatry, Tahlia is a lover of all things outdoors and a keen netballer who plays for Adelaide Cougars Netball Club.
Tahlia consults at our Moonta, Ardrossan & Glenelg clinics.
Sandy Johnstone – Administration Manager
Sandy joined Podiatry Central (Yorke Peninsula) with an extensive background in practice management and administration within varied health care sectors both locally and in Adelaide. She also assists in the operations of running a successful local plumbing business with her husband. Sandy is passionate about providing exceptional client service. She has implemented effective office systems to ensure an efficient, pleasant and friendly experience for all clients and colleagues at Podiatry Central.
Family/work life balance is important to Sandy. She loves spending quality time with her 3 grandchildren. Interior design is a newfound creative & fun hobby for her.
Please phone or call into the Moonta clinic – Sandy welcomes all enquiries and is happy to assist with all appointments and product information.
“We are proud of our professional, friendly & relaxed culture at Podiatry Central”