Alhana qualified as a podiatrist in 2016. Alhana is a born and bred Cantabrian looking to settle in Blenheim and back in the South Island.
Alhana’s passion in podiatry centres around biomechanics and she wants to give all her clients the best outcomes and minimise pain in everyday life.
Alhana has developed an understanding of the importance of foot health for each individual, and the significance of creating a patient-centred treatment plan to care for each client’s individual needs. She is experienced in treating many common foot injuries and conditions. Alhana assesses, treats and educates each person and cross-refers with general practitioners and other health professionals to formulate the best possible outcome for the patient.
In her spare time Alhana enjoys hiking, reading, and travelling and is looking forward to exploring all that Marlborough has to offer.» View details
Kate qualified as a Podiatrist in 2001. She works at Blenheim Podiatry, as well as doing a lot of Blenheim Podiatry’s management work. Kate and Matthew have 2 young boys, who can often been seen (and heard around the clinic). Kate has always been self-employed as a Podiatrist, in Christchurch, Australia and now Blenheim. Kate loves all aspects of her job as a podiatrist.» View details
Matthew qualified as a Podiatrist in 2001 and has been practising Podiatry ever since. He has worked in Christchurch for 5 years, privately and publicly and then spent 2 years in a rural Australian hospital. Matthew and Kate moved to Blenheim in 2007, taking over the establish Wairau Podiatry, turning it into Blenheim Podiatry in April 2014. Matthew is a keen sports man and has a strong interest in biomechanics and orthotics, as well as nail surgery.» View details