Tracey graduated as a Podiatrist in 2012 with a BSc Honours in podiatry from New College Durham in partnership with Leeds Metropolitan University England. She has practiced throughout various parts of Queensland in a variety of private clinics, residential aged care and community settings and has gained extensive experience working alongside Allied health practitioners such as physiotherapist, occupational therapists, exercise physiologists, and dieticians.
Tracey is committed to continued professional development and has recently completed a podiatry dry needling course of the lower limb. She would like to develop further skills in diabetic foot care. Tracey provides a comprehensive, reliable and friendly service.
Tracey is originally from the United Kingdom, she was born in Scotland but lived in the North East of England. Tracey emigrated to Australia on November 2012 and initially moved to Hervey Bay where she lived for 18 months working in private clinics. She moved to the Gold Coast in September 2014 and commenced working in Residential aged care facilities providing podiatry services. She has worked as a community-based podiatrist since February 2015 and she really enjoys being able to provide in-home podiatry services to her patients.
Tracey loves animals and has 3 dogs, Milly, Jed and Oscar, which she enjoys taking for long walks along the beach. She enjoys spending time with her family, going to the beach, water parks, movies, theatre. Tracey has enjoyed completing obstacle courses such as the Spartan Sprint, Raw Challenge and the R.O.C race.