Kelsey completed a Bachelor of Health Science/Master of Podiatric Practice at LaTrobe University in addition completing a Bachelor of
Applied Science-Human Movement degree at RMIT in 2012.
Kelsey has particular interests in biomechanics and sporting injuries, footwear advice, diabetes assessments and general care, and enjoys helping her patients
return to activities of daily living or to sport.
Kelsey has always been an avid sports fan and athlete, which is where her interest in sporting injuries stems from. Kelsey competed at a national level in
athletics and frequently medalled in long jump from the ages of 10-20. She also participated in swimming, netball, basketball, cricket and soccer. Kelsey
continues to lead an active lifestyle by playing netball and going to the gym.
Outside of podiatry, Kelsey is a keen traveller and enjoys learning about different cultures and ways of life. Kelsey loves spending time with her family and
babysitting her young nieces and nephews.
Aaron Dri completed his Bachelor of Podiatry at LaTrobe University in Bundoora, graduating in 2008.
Since graduating he has completed further study in Foot Mobilisation Techniques and Trigger Point Dry Needling to further specialise in the treatment of lower limb conditions.
He has a particular interest in sporting/overuse injuries due to his active childhood and continued active lifestyle. This interest is due to being able to watch his patients become pain free and enjoy their sport and activity once again.
Aaron has been a member of the Diamond Valley community all his life and has played football for St Mary’s, Basketball for St Thomas and cricket for Riverside cricket club.
Outside of podiatry he enjoys cycling, cooking, and spending time with friends and family.