Angus Cotton

Angus graduated in Podiatry from the University of South Australia in 1992 and commenced work as a podiatrist in a private practice.

In 1998 he relocated from Adelaide and started Feet First Podiatry Centre in Beaumaris. In 1999 Feet First Podiatry opened a second practice in Burke Road Camberwell.

Angus enjoys all aspects of the Podiatry Practice; however he has a special interest in Sports Medicine.

Outside of his profession, basketball has been a large part of his life, firstly as a player and now as a representative basketball coach for the Sandringham Sabres.

Clare Barrett

Clare graduated from La Trobe University in 2000 with a Bachelor of Podiatry with Honours. Clare worked at Feet First Podiatry from 2002 – 2007, after which time she had a break to have a family and she worked elsewhere part time while her children were young. She has rejoined the practice in 2017.

Clare has an interest in general foot care and diabetes. Apart from working at Feet First, Clare is also the resident podiatrist at a couple of retirement villages which she enjoys.

Outside of work, Clare has a busy time with her family, friends and her dog and enjoys doing yoga in her free time.

Kirsten Daley

Kirsten graduated from LaTrobe University in 2003 with a Bachelor or Podiatry. She has worked in both private practice and aged care and joined the team at Feet First Podiatry in 2007. As well as working at Feet First Podiatry, Kirsten also currently works at several aged care facilities across Melbourne.

Kirsten has an interest in general foot care and Diabetes. She also has a background in footwear – working at Active Feet and Bared Footwear in the past.

Outside of work, Kirsten has a keen interest in sport and has played at state and national levels in Netball, Ice Skating and Ultimate Frisbee. Kirsten currently plays netball at a state level and social basketball.