Bri was born and raised in Southern Africa and moved to Australia with her family in 2002. She graduated with honours from Southern Cross University in 2017 and is currently embarking on a PhD in Allied Health research. She previously worked for Johnson and Johnson Medical in regional and rural New South Wales.


Bri is interested in all areas of podiatry, including:

  • managing foot pain in chronic conditions such as arthritis
  • helping patients with diabetes to keep their feet healthy
  • biomechanical gait analysis and orthotic treatment
  • keeping children active on their feet
  • work related foot injuries and pain, including heel pain
  • foot care for people with a disability
  • skin issues and troublesome nails

Her aim is to provide friendly and person-centred care, meeting the unique needs of each individual. Bri is committed to continued professional development and keeping up to date with the most recent evidence-based practices. She has previously volunteered with Oxfam Australia as well as various Homeless Outreach Centres on the Gold Coast.
Outside of work, Bri is kept busy by her two young boys and embraces an active, outdoors lifestyle. She enjoys bike riding, hiking around rainforests, climbing mountains and snorkelling in the ocean. Bri is looking forward to being a part of the multidisciplinary team at the Tweed Health for Everyone clinic.