Associate Professor Dr. Lloyd Reed

LloydDr. Reed has over 30 years of ongoing clinical experience in podiatry, as well as holding senior academic and research positions. He has a wealth of expertise in both research and clinical care for the prevention and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, foot problems in diabetes, and foot problems in the workplace.

Dr. Reed stepped down from heading up the podiatry department at QUT to lead the team at FootMotion Podiatry in 2015.

Nerylie Whitecross

Nerylie has owned and worked in private practice for over 25 years. She has held a number of leadership positions on government, podiatry association, and Queensland Health committees and boards. Her clinical skills, particularly with the diabetic foot, are widely recognised and well sought after by her clients and acknowledged through her appointments over the past 14 years as a university podiatry clinical supervisor.

Matt Triggs

MATT_PORTRAIT_1Matt has over 10 years’ experience as a Podiatrist and also holds a Bachelor degree in Health Science (Occupational Health and Safety). He has been involved with QUT in a number of clinical and teaching roles since 2009. This experience has provided him with significant understanding in all areas of Podiatry. It is through these experiences that Matt found his passion for sports medicine, musculoskeletal problems, and paediatric disability.

Tev Pillai

Tev-PodiatristTev began working at Footmotion in January 2020 after graduating from QUT with a Bachelor of Podiatry (Distinction). He has a keen interest in all aspects of podiatry and is especially passionate about paediatrics, biomechanics, and sports medicine.