Meet Podiatrist Jemma Diner
Jemma is compassionate, enthusiastic and extremely caring. These qualities along with her bright bubbly personality allow Jemma to connect well with all clients. Jemma graduated from LaTrobe University with a Bachelor of Health Science and a Master of Podiatric Practice. Whilst studying, Jemma worked at Active Feet which gave her invaluable footwear knowledge.
Since graduating, Jemma worked interstate in private practice where she gained experience working with musculoskeletal injuries of the lower limb and foot, as well as all aspects of podiatry. She has undertaken further professional development in shockwave therapy, foot mobilisation and manipulation and dry needling. Jemma has been playing soccer since childhood. She has played at a high level before sustaining multiple sporting injuries. These have given Jemma the insight into understanding the importance of exercise rehabilitation for musculoskeletal injuries. She is passionate about pain education and exercise rehabilitation programs to help her clients perform at their best.
When Jemma is not at work, she continues to keep active by playing soccer, going to the gym, running and Pilates. She also enjoys socialising with her friends, reading and travelling.