Kristi is a highly successful director of two podiatry and allied health practices throughout Melbourne and is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and Sports Medicine Australia.
Kristi Boles has been a practising podiatrist for 20 years. She is passionate about foot health, improving her client’s mobility and complex health conditions that affect the whole body.
This has led Kristi to develop a program for Casey Allied Health called the Fundamentals of Healing.
Kristi’s interest in sports podiatry reflects her years playing high level netball which included representing Victoria, therefore knowing the pressure sport can have on your body & feet.
Kristi sees primarily complex foot pain patients who have tried other treatments, are still in pain and are ready to do the work to get well again.
In 2017 Kristi further developed the My Fit Feet Heel Pain Program, which has been helping hundreds of people feel better and return to doing the things they love.
Kristi is committed to professional development and keeping abreast of new techniques for the benefit of her clients. This commitment sees her attend conferences and undertake courses throughout the year to continually update her knowledge and skills.
These skills include foot mobilisation techniques level 1 and 2, radial shockwave therapy, laser therapy, biomechanics & orthotics, foot rehabilitation and dry needling for a rounded balance of treatments that can help her clients individual needs.
Having lived and worked in the southeast region her whole life, Kristi loves giving back to her community both personally and professionally. This has inspired Kristi to work with community groups and donate her time to making the City of Casey a better place.
On a personal note Kristi enjoys relaxing, yoga and walking her dogs. As a loving wife and working mum of two adorable children (teenagers), Kristi certainly understands being “run off your feet”! What better person to help you ensure you are "running" miles whilst experiencing comfort from your feet!
Kristi’s goal is to offer the very best podiatric care to the community in a friendly, family orientated environment.
Renay Clarke achieved a Bachelor Degree in Podiatry from Latrobe University in 2009, a Bachelor Degree of Applied Science (Health Science) from Deakin University from 2000 and an Advanced Diploma of Myo Therapy from Australian College of Healthcare in 2003.
Renay is a highly qualified and understanding practitioner who always puts her patient first and prides herself on offering them the most relevant and up-to-date treatment options.
Renay has a wide range of knowledge across the various fields of podiatry including diabetic foot assessment and care, wound care, biomechanics of the lower limb and orthotic therapy.
Rhys is a passionate podiatrist with a strong interest in treating and rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries of the foot and lower limb. A background in personal training and strength and conditioning coaching, has led Rhys to work with a variety of athletes ranging from soccer, netball, football and running backgrounds.
Rhys is an advocate for implementing strengthening exercises to reconditioning and return patients back to previous levels of activity. Rhys graduated with a masters in podiatry and Bachelor of Health Science majoring in anatomy and advanced physiology.
An active member with the Australian Podiatry Association and Sports Medicine Australia, Rhys regularly attends seminars and training to bring the latest research and treatment practices to his patients. His particular areas of interests are tendinopathys of the Achilles, Plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, fractures and Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (shin splints).
Services offered include shock wave therapy, dry needling, foot mobilisation, orthotic prescription, massage, nail surgeries and general treatments. In his spare time Rhys enjoys competing in trail and road running events, weights and yoga.
Joel has a Bachelor of Health Science and Applied Science (Osteopathy) from RMIT University in 2021. Joel's appreciation for human movement and injury rehabilitation was formed during his years competing as an elite gymnast.
Over the past 2 years Joel has treated a wide range of injuries at the RMIT Health Science clinic, and has gained a particular interest in treating headaches and neck-related complaints. Additionally, he spent time working with Waverley Blues Football club as a sports trainer.
Having completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science in 2016, Joel has learnt to incorporate exercise rehabilitation into the management of a patient's condition, along with the use of manual therapy.
To further his patient treatment outcomes, Joel has undertaken further studies by completing training in dry needling and cupping.
Nicole completed a Bachelor of Applied Science, Master of Dietetic Practice at La Trobe University. She has additionally completed the Monash University ‘Low FODMAP diet for IBS’ course for health professionals to further her professional development to ensure that she practices with the most up to date information. Nicole is an Accredited Practicing Dietitian and a member of Dietitians Australia.
Nicole is passionate about empowering individuals to make sustainable lifestyle changes to assist them in both chronic disease management and general health. She specifically chose to work in private practice as she enjoys working alongside patients and being on their journey with them.
In her spare time Nicole is a track and field athlete, specializing in the 400m hurdles, competing at a state/national level. She enjoys catching up with friends at local cafes and trying new cuisines