At Nimble Podiatry we aim to treat the body as a whole and help to empower people to become the healers of themselves. We are always passionate about the care of all patients and aim to provide the most up to date evidence-based treatment at all times.

Our mission is not only isolated to fixing the foot but helping overall wellbeing and promoting a healthy lifestyle and relationship with our bodies.

If you have any concerns with your foot

Hi,

Podiatrist: Nadia Manly

“I achieved my Bachelor of Podiatry at the University of South Australia in 2014 and went off and running into the world of foot problems.

I won a graduate position in an amazing practice working alongside several experienced podiatrists and provided with access to all the latest technology and treatment modalities available.  

My passion for providing the best treatment led me to undertake further studies in Foot Mobilisation Therapy (FMT), Acupuncture and Dry needling, Paediatric Podiatry, Hypermobility syndrome disorders, Dermatology and Foot and Ankle related stress injuries.

I started working in the Murraylands in 2019 and spend my time across clinics in Murray Bridge and Mannum.

I like to think of myself as a sunshine seeking, ocean loving, travel enthusiast. Having passion for sports, the outdoors and travel has led me to incredible places, most significantly the summit of mountains in the Himalayas and volcanoes in Indonesia.

My love for people, health and wellbeing is the centre of my mission as a Podiatrist and I hope to be able to provide you with the care and treatment you need.

I look forward to meeting you!”

Podiatrist: Hilary Harrison (née Byrth)

Bachelor of Podiatry (UniSA)
Professional Certificate in Clinical Education (UniSA)
Graduate Certificate in Chronic Condition Management (Flinders University)

"I completed my Bachelor of Podiatry in 2015 and moved to the South East as a new graduate.

In the 6 years living in Mt Gambier, I worked as a public podiatrist for the Limestone Coast Local Health Network (previously Country Health SA), and in a private podiatry practice servicing the Limestone Coast and Western Victoria. Since 2020 I’ve worked as a part time Academic and Lecturer in the Department of Rural Health at UniSA.

I enjoy all areas of podiatry and have worked with a range people including chronic conditions or varying abilities, paediatics, neurological, vascular insufficient, dialysis and cancer patients. I have a strong interest in chronic condition management, paediatric podiatry, biomechanics and high-risk foot and wound care. I have a passion for patient centred care, and a focus on empowering patients to achieve their goals.

Some of my career achievements include SA Health Leading Clinician Alumni, Country Health SA Young Achiever of the Year Finalist, and Limestone Coast Local Health Network Leading Practise Award and Young Achiever.

In January 2022 my Husband (a Murray Bridge guy), border collie Wally and I are moving back to Murray Bridge. We are beyond excited! In my free time you can find me spending time with loved ones, travelling, trying new places to eat, or walking Wally.  

See you in the clinic soon!"

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