After attaining her podiatry degree at Charles Sturt University in 2013, Adelaide spent 7 years developing her skills before joining Dan Everson Podiatry as a senior podiatrist in January 2021. Her previous roles collectively encompassed all areas of podiatry, allowing her to build expertise in a variety of treatment methods.
She has a particular interest in ingrown toenails due to personal experience with them in the past. Her other specialties include diabetes education and high-risk foot management, children's feet, bio-mechanical assessments and sports injuries.
Outside of work, Adelaide enjoys taking on art projects, going to the beach, traveling, cooking, hiking and most of all - spending time with her family and Louie, her French Bulldog.
“I have a passion for podiatry and have worked in a number of different settings over the last 7 years as a podiatrist. I have experienced all areas of podiatry and am passionate about educating people on good foot health and management, and want to see people moving and feeling better. I strive to make a difference in people’s lives and love going on that journey with them to achieve their goal. Wether it’s a simple nail treatment or complex bio-mechanical assessment, I enjoy seeing and treating it all. I am caring and like to establish patient-centered goals, always focusing on the patient and what they would like to get out of their treatment."