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Daniel Lewis Podiatrist

DANIEL LEWIS (Podiatrist)

Daniel Lewis has been practicing as a Podiatrist since late 2000.  He completed his Podiatry Degree in Western Sydney in 2000, after completing his Degree in Psychology in Western Australia in 1996.  Originally from Western Australia, Daniel moved to Tasmania after finishing his podiatry training, to experience the unique Tasmanian outdoor environment. After meeting his future wife, Melissa, on the summit of Cradle Mountain, the decision was made to stay and raise a family in the Kingborough area.


He launched his private practice, Daniel Lewis Podiatry in 2004 and four years later, he started the Kingston Beach Health Centre as a place to collaborate with other allied health professionals.


Daniel offers a full range of Podiatry services including;

  • Orthotic Therapy

  • Nail Surgery

  • Gait Analysis

  • Nail Care

  • Corn and Callus Removal

  • Footwear advice

  • Sports Injuries

  • Diabetic Foot Assessment

  • BSc(Psych) Bachelor Of Science Psychology - Curtin University WA.   

  • BASc(Pod) Bachelor of Applied Science Podiatry - University of Western Sydney


WEBBY (Podiatrist)

David has been practicing as a Podiatrist since graduating from University of South Australia in 1995. Since then David has worked in Queensland, where he ran his own Podiatry practice for 17 years. After a sojourn of several months travel, both in Australia and overseas, David and his wife Victoria, were ready for a tree change, and what better place than the earthy atmosphere of Tasmania, so he joined Daniel Lewis Podiatry in early 2017.

Over the years David has developed many Podiatry skills and has really enjoyed the opportunity to help others with their feet. During his career David has treated many conditions. It is common for people who can’t reach their feet to have a Podiatrist attend their nails. But the nails can develop unpleasant conditions such as fungal infections and in-grown toe nails, which require professional care. Skin conditions such as corns, calluses, and cracked heels are also common conditions that Podiatrists attend to. ‘We treat these conditions everyday and with skill and the right instrument we can alleviate the problem quickly and effortlessly’. David also helps people suffering from foot conditions related to Diabetes and other medical conditions. Education and awareness are key factors to help people learn to cope with Diabetes. A change in footwear and soft Orthotics can also make a difference. Podiatrists aren’t just limited to these common conditions but have become experts in diagnosing and treating aliments manifesting with symptoms of foot, heel or knee pain. Alignment and biomechanical issues can be the underlying cause associated with painful symptoms. With experience, knowledge, and a comprehensive assessment, a great treatment plan can be implemented to ensure the best outcome. 

David’s professional skills include a background in Aged Care, Massage and Holistic medicine, including reflexology, and acupuncture. He has also developed an interest in the welfare of others less fortunate and was instrumental in organising a ‘Footcare project’ in Peru in 2010, and again in 2015. 

David also has personal interests in bush walking, photography and travel. He is outgoing, friendly and embraces his new community in Hobart and the surrounding areas.

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TRACY McMENAMIN (Podiatrist)


Tracy McMenamin is a qualified podiatrist with more than 30 years’ experience in the industry.  She completed her podiatric studies at the Central Institute of Technology (CIT) in Wellington, New Zealand.

Before moving to Tasmania in 1988, Tracy plied her trade at a private practice in Melbourne. Since then, she has worked within the public health system, geriatric mental health, and cared for people with disabilities.

For Tracy, podiatry isn’t just work; it’s about the relationships, and being able to see the positive impact good footcare health has on patient’s lives.

“For me, it has always been about the connection with people.  Everyone has a story to tell and I feel humbled that I get to listen, to share and to give back to them as much as they give to me.”

With her wealth of knowledge, Tracy specialises in routine podiatry, diabetic foot care, and aged care.


“I particularly enjoy working with older people,” said Tracy.


“Providing relief from foot discomfort helps my patients to be more comfortable, which in turn assists them to remain mobile as long as possible.

As complex structures of bones, muscles and ligaments which carry us around, our feet are well used daily.  We only get one pair of feet, and they do an amazing job over the years.  If you have trouble looking after your feet yourself or if you have foot pain, then see a podiatrist. It could change your life.”

Tracy offers a range of Podiatry services including;

  • Nail Care

  • Corn and Callus Removal

  • Footwear advice

  • Diabetic Foot Assessment

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