Foot Right Podiatry is the leading Podiatry practice in Sydney’s Macquarie Park. It is conveniently located within Macquarie Health Professionals – an allied health clinic located at Macquarie Shopping Centre.
We are absolutely committed to providing first class care in a warm and professional environment. We aim to work together with our clients, focusing on the individual’s needs and health goals, so that we can achieve the best outcomes possible.
Our culture of professional development and continuing education ensures you will always receive the most up to date and evidence based treatments. Our podiatrists regularly attend conferences, courses and in-house education sessions.
Meet the team.
SARAH NEWMAN - Clinical Director/CEO
With over 20 years of experience in Podiatry, Sarah completed her Podiatry training at the Sydney Institute of Technology before graduating with a Bachelor of Health Science in Podiatry at Western Sydney University. Later, she completed a Master of Public Health/Master of Health Management at UNSW giving a broader understanding of health in the community.
With a philosphy of continual improvement, Sarah has completed further training in soft tissue techniques that vastly improves patient outcomes for common foot problems.
She enjoys all aspects of Podiatry care, and loves to see patients through their entire treatment cycle – starting with the initial presentation of pain to improving function, and then following their progress carefully to help maintain their pain free state over time.
When not working, Sarah has two small boys that keep her busy and she loves living in Sydney and enjoying all that it has to offer.
Helen studied Podiatry at QUT in Brisbane and has since practiced for 10 years in Hong Kong. She has recently relocated to Australia with her young family and is fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Because of her love and passion for the elderly, she continued her postgraduate training at the University of Sydney majoring in Gerontology.
In 2013, Helen was selected for a corporate scholarship by the Hospital Authority to undergo specialist training and clinical attachment at various hospitals on Diabetic Foot Management in the United Kingdom.
Helen was also invited to speak at various conferences, seminars, scientific meetings in the past years. She believes that sharing of clinical knowledge is important, as it enhances the awareness of foot health not only for the medical professionals but also for the general public.
Hannah graduated from Western Sydney University with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine. In her final year, she was elected as the vice-president of the Podiatric Medicine Association for the university.
She has always worked in the health industry, starting as an Orthodontic assistant for almost 7 years, and as a disability support worker for 4 years. This love for helping others and seeing their improvement over time is what led her to a career in podiatry.
In her spare time, Hannah loves to go hiking, camping, and weight training at the gym.
Her professional interests are in dry needling, dermatology, and ingrown toenail surgery.