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Podiatrist Wooloowin

Podiatrist Wooloowin Contact Details:

2/729 Sandgate Rd
Clayfield QLD 4011
Phone: (07) 3260 7225

Having trouble with your feet or lower limb? Call us on 3260 7225 for an appointment, or book online 24/7 booking portal? We are open 6 days a week, Monday to Saturday. Located within the Clayfield on 2/729 Sandgate Road.


Our Wooloowin Podiatrists:

Stephanie Cosgrove

Stephanie graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Podiatry (Honours) in 1990, with the addition on completing a Master of Health Science, majoring in Podiatry in 1996. Since 1991, Stephanie has been working in private practice, in addition to mentoring new podiatrists as they master their developing skills. Stephanie is skilled in in-house ultrasonography, prolotherapy, neural prolotherapy and minor surgical procedures of the nails and skin.  She is particularly interested in treating intractable pain, particularly where long standing and resistant to previous interventions. Stephanie has also written a reference book to provide doctors with a resource to better educate their patients. “Common Foot Disorders and their Effect on Body Mechanics” covers the 20 most common foot disorders.

Christian Matthews

In 2014, Christian graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Podiatry (Honours). In addition to podiatry, Christian also holds a degree in education where he worked as a primary school teacher.  This background is understandable with his gentle and engaging nature when treating children. Due to his academic success in 2017, Christian also became the 12th podiatrist in the state to achieve the advanced qualification; Endorsed Prescriber of Scheduled Medicines. Christian also enjoys tending to complex diabetic foot conditions and finds a successful outcome very rewarding. Additionally, Christian has mastered the skill of performing injection therapies, such as prolotherapy, neural prolotherapy and corticosteroid infiltrations.

Belinda Inglis

In 2006, Belinda completed her qualifications from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science – Podiatry. Following her graduation, Belinda began her career in private practice in Hobart before returning to Brisbane and joining the Walk Without Pain team in 2008. In addition to her podiatry qualification, Belinda also has completed a Bachelor of Biomedical Science from Griffith University, and is due to complete a Graduate Certificate in Diabetic Education in 2018. Belinda has a focus in diabetic care and education, general palliative care and biomechanics, and is licensed in use of the Pinpointe laser for fungal nail infections.

Holly West

Holly gained her academic qualifications from Queensland University of Technology in 2006. In addition to her undergraduate degree, Holly furthered her education by completing post graduate qualifications in both prolotherapy and diabetes. With a broad knowledge and interest in all aspects of podiatry, including footwear, and a specific focus on diabetic care, dermatology and paediatric podiatry. Holly has expanded her practice by gaining a license in Pinpointe Laser for fungal nail infections. Holly regularly volunteers for various public health and awareness initiatives such as for Oxfam Trailwalker and Bridge to Brisbane as a Podiatrist.

Megan Andrews

Megan graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science – Podiatry in 2009. Megan commenced working at our clinics prior to graduation and has become an essential part of the team. Megan also has completed a Graduate Certificate in Podiatry Therapeutics 2016 as well as a Prolotherapy course 2018. She is proficient in the art of Copythotic making. Megan enjoys all aspects of podiatry practice but has a special affinity for diabetic and mechanical complaints. Megan also is licensed in the use of the Pinpointe laser for fungal nail infections.

Charlotte Hyndman

Charlotte graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2007 with a Bachelor of Health Science, Podiatry. Further to this, she gained her license in Pinpointe Laser for fungal nail infections. Charlotte enjoys all aspects of podiatry, however has a special interest in paediatrics, injury treatment, nail surgery, sports injuries/biomechanics and general podiatry treatment. As a keen athlete who has represented New Zealand in netball, Charlotte additionally enjoys running, cycling and general fitness. Charlotte mostly works in the Indooroopilly clinic; however, she also makes her way over to Clayfield every other Thursday.

Joseph Tutticci

Joe is from the Gold Coast where he worked in private practice primarily focused on biomechanics and orthotic therapy. He is a QUT graduate from 2014, and participated in a research scholarship in Forensic Podiatry working on cases for the Queensland and New South Wales police services (2013-2014). His primary interests are in nail surgery, diabetic wounds and chronic pain. He enjoys working with patients who have had previous unsuccessful treatment.

Reece Logan

Reece became the newest member of the Walk Without Pain team in 2017 after graduating from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Podiatry. Reece works at both our Clayfield and Bribie Island clinics and is enjoying being mentored by our senior podiatrists. Reece plans to further his qualifications and complete additional courses in future.

Services Available:

Wooloowin Podiatry Clinic Opening Hours:

Monday 8.30 am to 5.00 pm
Tuesday 8.00 am to 5.00 pm
Wednesday 8.30 am to 5.30 pm
Thursday 8.00 am to 5.00 pm
Friday 8.30 am to 5.00 pm
Saturday 8.30 am to 5.00 pm

Getting to Podiatry Clinic near Wooloowin


By Car: Centro Toombul is located at the intersection of the East-West Arterial Road and Sandgate Road. It is 8 kms from the Brisbane City centre and 3 kms from the Brisbane airport. Ample parking is available.

By Bus: Toombul bus interchange is located at the Sandgate Road entry to the centre. Bus timetables on Translink.

By Train: Toombul Rail Station is located opposite Centro Toombul. Brisbane train timetables on Translink.

By Taxi: A taxi stand is located outside the centre’s Western Entry, closest to Coles.

The Podiatrist Wooloowin clinic is equipped with disabled access and is wheelchair friendly.

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