Nathan is the Director of Queensland Foot Centres and his experience in Sports Podiatry treatment spans more than two decades. Associated professionally with many teams and individual athletes, Nathan has been consulting for the Queensland Reds since 1993 and the Brisbane Lions since 1999. Nathan enjoys a tremendous referral network of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Sports Physicians, Sports Physiotherapists, Chiropractors and Osteopathic Practitioners as well as Coaches and Strength and Conditioning personnel. Nathan’s experience sees him speaking at a range of local, national and international conferences and he has been a member of the State Government’s Podiatry Review Board. He has a special interest in adolescent sport and postural complaints.
Nicole graduated in 1993 and has been in private practice since this time.
Nicole enjoys caring for adolescent patients and is highly trained in podiatric acupuncture and foot mobilisation techniques.
At present, Nicole works from our practice in AVEO Retirement Village at Durack. She has an outstanding rapport with her patients and is often sought after to attend community based conferences.
Janet Barlett graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science Degree from QUT in 2004. Janet is one of our Senior Podiatrists and has been working with QFC since graduating. Janet has established herself as a highly skilled Podiatrist covering and enjoying all aspects of podiatry including nail care and skin care, diabetes, heel pain, sports podiatry, podiatric acupuncture and orthotic therapy at all her clinic locations. Janet has a keen interest in sports, particularly netball and was the consulting Podiatrist for the QLD Firebirds for 11 years. Janet is keen to solve podiatric problems, whether big or small. Personable care is extremely important to Janet and she always ensures best patient care so you can leave with confidence and a good understanding of your individual treatment plan.
Will became part of the Queensland Foot Centres team in 2013 after graduating from Queensland University of Technology with Honours. Since then, he has worked with a broad range of athletes, including players from the QLD Reds and Brisbane Lions.
Will enjoys seeing all types of patients, but, his main focus is on sporting injuries of the foot and ankle. He prides himself in applying the latest research to his patients to ensure a faster return to activity. He has a strong sporting background previously participating in track, distance and cross-country running, triathlon, AFL, rugby union, cricket, rowing and swimming. This enables Will to tailor his treatment to the individual in their particular sport. Will frequently uses video gait analysis to treat chronic running and walking injuries. He takes dynamic footage of his patients to identify specific factors in their individual mechanics that may be related to their injury, before working on strategies to address these deficiencies in consultation with leading Allied Health practitioners.
Luke joined Queensland Foot Centres in 2016 after graduating from Queensland University of Technology. Luke enjoys a broad scope of podiatry including sports injuries of the lower limb, biomechanical assessments, gait analysis, orthotic therapy, footwear assessments and recommendations, diabetic foot assessments and treatment of conditions of the toe nails and skin. Over the years Luke has also developed a keen interest for paediatric podiatry, involving himself with free foot screenings at Little Treads quarterly. Luke has treated a number of senior and junior athletes from a range of different sports. Luke is a sports enthusiast himself having been involved in a number of sports from a young age including tennis (which he also coached), track & field, cross country, soccer, AFL, swimming & netball. Luke is an active member of the Australian Podiatry Association (QLD) attending meetings and conferences regularly.