Pete Graduated from Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in New Zealand with a Bachelor of Health Science in Podiatry in 2008. Following this, he moved to Melbourne to pursue a career in health care. Following a two-year stint in general podiatry, Peter took a year off to travel, returning to Australia in 2011 to work for 18 months in various locum jobs around the country that included outreach communities, rural locations and hospitals. Following another travelling stint in 2013, Peter returned to start Frontier Foot Clinic.
Pete has a level three certificate in fitness, a level four certificate in personal training, and is currently studying an undergraduate degree in sports and exercise science (ESSA), with the intention of doing sports medicine. Pete has done short courses in foot manipulation therapies (FMT), Shockwave Therapy, Prolotherapy and Dry Needling.
Peter has a passion for anatomy and physiology, and loves the problem-solving aspects around complex biomechanical issues. He is very experienced in dealing with gait and postural issues, as well as hip knee and foot pain. He has a lot of experience in paediatric development pains and concerns, and has completed hundreds o fingrown toenail procedures!