FootFix is a Podiatry business operated since 1976 as a general practise with a focus on Diabetic care, Ingrown toe nail correction and foot Orthotics.

Company Vision
"To be widely recognised by our clients, referring specialists and other health care providers as a leading Podiatry practice in NSW. Expanding our knowledge, consistently growing value to our clients through a constant focus on quality improvement in everything we do." To help the podiatry profession retain its profile as it should, as the primary foot carer in the community.

Mission Statement
"Our aim is to focus on the simplest and most effective treatments that we know will solve foot problems. To treat all clients equally in clinical treatment regardless of client status." As Podiatrists we are registered health care practitioners who diagnose and treat disorders of the human foot and leg.

Sterilisation of instruments
The practice is fully compliant with instrument sterilisation for the year 2000 and beyond. Our office uses a steam steriliser carrying the Australian Standards Mark AS 2182. This is further enhanced with a performance recorder which logs – sterilisation dates, times and temperatures of all cycles and stores electronic records of our steriliser's performance. The steriliser is calibrated electronically every12 months. We are satisfied that all sets of instruments have complete sterilisation for each patient as all sets are packaged and sealed individually in our rooms.


Carolyn Freeman Graduated 1976. Carolyn has a wide experience in general Podiatry having worked in Community Services and Public Hospitals as well as Private Practices. Currently Carolyn works in private Practice at Strathfield where she pursues an interest in diabetic foot health.

Nigel Freeman Graduated 1976, Nigel ,began work at Royal South Sydney Hospital Rehabilitation Hospital in Zetland, currently working in Private Practice Nigel has a special interest in the treatment for ingrowing toenails both surgically and non-surgically including nail bracing.  Nigel also has a keen interest in orthotic therapy, developing new methods of foot support continually researching new biomechanical methods.

Cindy Mooney, Graduated 2003, B. Applied Science Podiatry at Universty of Western Sydney Campelltown. Currently working at the Footfix Clinic and Bankstown Hospital in the aged care department treating patients at risk of complications due to diabetes such as peripheral vascular disease, neuropathy and ulcer prevention / managment.

Elizabeth Bova graduated with a bachelor of podiatry at the University of Newcastle in 2012. She currently works at Footfix clinic and for Sydney local health district; including Royal Prince Alfred, Concord, Canterbury and Balmain hospitals as well Marrickville community health centre. Elizabeth speaks Italian and is passionate about helping others and ensuring a high standard of care.
Elizabeth works in the renal units at Royal Prince Alfred and Concord hospital, she has spent time working in the high risk foot clinic at Concord hospital and is often involved in student supervision.
Elizabeth enjoys challenging cases and in her spare time plays Aussie rules and Cricket.

Samantha Gentin graduated with a bachelor of podiatry at the University of Newcastle in 2015. She began practice in Bondi Junction and more recently started work at 'Foot Fix Clinic' as well.
Samantha strives to show the importance of good footwear for Children, Adults & Athletes, utilising her skills gained from having worked for the Athlete's Foot for 4 years.
Samantha is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and AASPM (Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine), and in her spare time continues her love of sport, playing Netball.