Nicole Webb graduated from Western Sydney University at the end of 2002 where she completed her Bachelor of Health Science/ Podiatric Medicine. She worked across the south west region and spent 2 years working in London for the NHS as a sports biomechanical specialist before returning home to Campbelltown to open South west podiatry Clinic in 2007, and Liverpool podiatry in 2020.
Nicole is dedicated to expanding her knowledge in the evolving field of Dance podiatry and teaches sport biomechanical skills at the university of western Sydney.
Nicole has completed additional training in Lisa Howells Level 1 Dance Teacher Training course for Dance Teachers and Health professionals and Level 2 Pointe Intensive training. She is a member of Ausdance NSW and the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science and a member of Kinetic Therapies.
All of these things help to offer a wide variety of treatment options to patients.
Nicole has experience in treating a wide variety of foot, ankle, lower limb, hip and pelvic conditions and injuries caused from dance related injuries.
She likes to ensure a specific treatment plan is created for each individual to ensure they are pain free as soon as possible and is able to provide dance conditioning programs and pointe assessments to help prevent injury.
Away from practice Nicole likes to spend quality family time with her 4 active children (3 of who are dancers) and her husband.
Louise is a Director of Pointe Podiatry.
Louise has six children (2008-2016) and focuses her extensive knowledge & expertise on dance foot pain/ problems and dance conditioning.
All of her 6 children dance (3 boys and 3 girls have dance lessons- jazz, tap and ballet). Her teenage boys prefer Jazz and tap, however their ballet is an essential sport to establish form, control and correct technique.
Louise started her dance training at 3 years old, focusing on ballet, en pointe, contemporary, tap and Jazz. Louise achieved student teacher in formal exams for ballet (including en pointe), tap and jazz.
Louise continues to take ballet and tap classes weekly for fun and enjoys all forms of dance. Her passion is ensuring all dancers prevent injury, solve foot and lower leg problems effectively, prevent foot problems and have the correct technique to ensure the dancer can perform to the best of their ability and enjoy their sport.
Louise loves helping dancers who enjoy all forms of dance including, but not limited to Ballroom, Hip hop, Contemporary, Salsa, Ballet, Tap, En pointe, Jazz, Irish, Modern, Swing, Improvised, Street and Folk dance. She loves the freedom, enjoyment and self expression dance can bring.
Prior to 2008, Louise was living in London speaking as a Conference Lecturer in Podiatry. Louise was a Lecturer at Anglia Ruskin University teaching Post Graduate Podiatrists lower limb biomechanics focusing on foot pain and lower limb problems, bunions, ingrowing toe nails, ingrowing toe nail surgery and paediatric podiatry.
Since returning from London, Louise has been treating dance injuries, dance conditioning and dance assessments, helping dancers both young and old enjoy their sport without pain and lower limb / feet problems.