Scott Murray


Scott graduated from La Trobe University in 2005 and has worked in private practice across Melbourne and London. Since joining LifeCare Sports Medicine in 2008 Scott has focused on Sports Podiatry and has directed his further education in this area. He is an active member of the Sports Podiatry Special Interest Group and has presented to the Australian Physiotherapy Association, and various running and football clubs. Scott is the Podiatrist for the Oakleigh Chargers Football Club and also treats many players through the Eastern Football League and Amateur Football Association. He has had training in Extra Corporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT) and now incorporates this treatment option in his management for conditions such as chronic plantar heel pain (Plantarfasciitis), Achilles and other tendon pathologies. Scott’s interests mainly surround diagnosis and management of sports injuries, children’s foot injuries and complex foot injuries/problems. He treats football, netball, running and other sports injuries of the feet and lower legs and is able to refer for investigations such as x-ray, ultrasound and MRI. He also provides general podiatry treatments and performs nail surgery for chronic ingrown nails. Scott works as a Sports Podiatrist at LifeCare Croydon and Ashburton.

Scott Cameron


Scott is a Clinical Podiatrist who has had a keen interest in Musculoskeletal medicine for over 20 years.

Scott enjoys working with people of all ages with foot or leg pain, and since graduating from Lincoln Institute of health Science, has worked mainly in the eastern suburbs of Melbourne, in private practice.

Scott's interest in gait analysis for all ages, encouraged his involvement that uses gait analysis assessment as part of it's footwear assessment process.



Brianna is passionate about all aspects of podiatry but has a particular interest in the assessment and management of lower limb bio-mechanic injuries as well as paediatrics.

Brianna divides her time between Lifecare and working in the Public health sector where she focuses on community health and 'high risk foot'. Brianna currently works with vascular surgeons to manage lower limb complications of diabetes. Brianna's experience working in the public health sector has allowed her to gain a greater expertise in the treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal injuries.

Brianna has studied dry needling and uses this exciting technique as part of her treatment approach to sport injuries and podiatry in general.