Eliza Godkin B.Pod (hons) B.AppSci B.Ed
Principal podiatrist Eliza completed her podiatry degree at LaTrobe University in 2003, graduating with honours. Eliza also has a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) and a Bachelor of Education.
Having practiced in the area for 10 years, Eliza has built a solid base of co-referrers, both in the medical field and the allied health field. These trusted relationships serve to ensure the clients of Footpath Podiatry receive the specific care they require.
Personal experience with Type 1 Diabetes has greatly influenced Eliza’s knowledge of the condition from both a practitioner’s and patient’s point of view. Eliza prides herself on being up-to-date with current research and trends relating to both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.A keen runner for many years, Eliza has a special interest in sports podiatry, biomechanics and orthotics. She successfully completed her second marathon this year knocking 16 minutes off her previous time.
In addition to clinical work, Eliza consults as a Subject Matter Expert with Cambridge Assessment, assisting to write the English language competency tests for overseas Podiatrists wishing to practice in Australia.
Eliza is available for consultations on Tuesdays.
Mary Webber BAppSci (Pod)
Mary joined the team at Footpath Podiatry in March 2015. Mary is an experienced and resourceful podiatrist who graduated from La Trobe University in 1993 and has practised in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne for over 22 years. Mary is renowned for her friendly nature, professionalism, and providing a high quality care to her patients.
Mary prides herself on taking an individual approach for patients that attend the clinic, assessing each problem independently and providing not only short term relief, but long term comfort.
Away from Podiatry, Mary is a Mum to two teenagers. Having children has greatly influenced Mary interests in treating Paediatrics and young adults for a wide range of foot and ankle conditions.
Mary is available for consultations on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Cynthia Vassiliou B.Pod
Cynthia graduated from La Trobe University in 2007. Since graduating she has worked in community health centres where there has been a large focus on patients with diabetes and those classified as having ‘high risk feet’. Cynthia’s passion in podiatry lies in the management of high risk feet, patient education as well as nail surgery. Cynthia also has a keen interest in children clients and musculoskeletal conditions. In 2014 Cynthia undertook further study and certification in the use of dry needling of the foot and leg. Cynthia is also an accredited Nordic Walking Leader.
Outside of podiatry, Cynthia loves participating in sport such as soccer, distance running and cycling, and loves salsa dancing.
Cynthia is available for consultation on Fridays and Saturdays.