Dr. Carol A. Thomson (Podiatrist)

Dr. Carol A. Thomson Dr. Carol A. Thomson, podiatrist, completed her Bachelor of Podiatry at La Trobe University Melbourne. She is registered with the Podiatry Board of Australia.

She has worked in both public and private health care settings across Melbourne. Carol has practiced from her Foot Street rooms for over 20 years.

Carol is a member of the American Podiatric Medical Association. and the Australian Podiatry Association. She frequently attends continuing education seminars as well as conferences in Australia and the United States.

Carol’s interest in foot care and foot health started with a very long and painful undiagnosed foot condition. While on holiday in the USA a family member sent her to a Dr of Podiatric medicine (DPM). He quickly diagnosed the problem, foot pain resolved with a simple orthotic. This was the beginning of her journey to become a Podiatrist.

Carol is well experienced in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of foot and ankle conditions providing foot pain relief. She has special interest in Prolotherapy for the treatment of lower limb pain. Carol first trained under Dr Margaret Taylor of Adelaide S.A. In 2011 she attended the University of Wisconsin, Madison for further training at the Hackett Hemwall Foundation, Carol is the only Hackett Hemwall trained podiatrist in Australia. 

Prolotherapy as shown and explained on the doctors TV show.

Dr. Isha Kalia (Podiatrist)

Dr. Isha KaliaIsha Kalia is a graduate of LaTrobe University. She holds a Bachelor of Health Sciences and a Masters of Podiatric Practice.

Isha has a keen interest in biomechanics and sports injuries. As well as being a keen runner Isha comes from a dancing background, is professionally trained and has been dancing for many years. She has danced in various places such as the MCG and Etihad Stadium for Cricket Australia and the AFL.

She is familiar with the injuries that can affect young dancers and the developing bodies of young dancers. Isha provides foot care to people of all ages and has a keen interest in geriatric podiatry and the diabetic foot. She is approachable and loves meeting new people.