Clinicians //


Tom McKenzie | Director & Senior Podiatrist
B.App.Sc(Pod), MAPodA

Tom graduated in 2007 from Charles Sturt University with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Podiatry) degree after earlier completing 2 years of a Human Movement/Teaching degree at Deakin University. Tom is particularly interested in injuries affecting children's feet, sports injury, orthotic therapy and nail surgery. Tom was the podiatrist for the Frankston Dolphins VFL Football Club from 2010 - 2012. Tom has always enjoyed sports including playing football for the Mornington Football Club. These days Tom is a keen runner and takes an interest in running technique/gait changes to help treat injuries of the lower limb.


Sam Davies | Director & Senior Podiatrist
B.HealthSc. MA, Pod

Sam graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice. During his masters studies Sam treated many high risk patients out of Box Hill hospital, Maroondah hospital and Dandenong hospital. Sam joined the Frankston Foot Clinic in 2013 and is interested in all aspects of podiatry including musculoskeletal pathologies, paediatrics and diabetic foot care. Sam is actively involved in the community playing football, cricket and basketball for local clubs. He has done volunteer work for the 100km Oxfam Trailwalker as well as completing the course himself.




Rachel O'Loughlin | Podiatrist
B.HealthSc. MA, Pod

Rachel graduated from La Trobe University in 2017 with a Masters Degree in Podiatric Practice. Whilst completing her degree, she worked as a sports trainer for the VFL carlton team and was a consultant for ASICs footwear. Rachel treats all aspects of podiatry with a special interest in biomechanical and paediatric conditions. She is currently undertaking study for her endorsement of scheduled medicines. In her free time, Rachel likes to be actively involved in her local sporting clubs or down at the family farm.