Meet The Team

Our team is dedicated to solving your foot problems.

Angela Saflekas Podiatrist

Angela Saflekas

(B.Pod, M.A.Pod.A.)

Angela completed her Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatry degree at Latrobe University. She is certified in Shock Wave Therapy, Dry Needling and Foot Mobilisation and Manipulation of the foot and ankle.

Before becoming a podiatrist, Angela worked in a technical footwear store. She prescribed running and casual footwear and creating custom made insoles based on a person’s gait. This experience along with her podiatry degree has given Angela in-depth knowledge on lower limb biomechanics and footwear prescription.

Angela’s areas of interest include complex foot and ankle issues, sports-related podiatry, general foot care, and diabetes-related foot problems.

Angela provides a range of treatments modalities at Well Heeled Podiatry to help resolve foot pain and ankle pain;

She regularly attends Podiatry events and keeps up to date with the latest research to constantly evolve her knowledge and find the best ways to treat her patients.

Angela is a very bubbly and warm partitioner who loves to get to know her patients while assisting them with their foot care needs.

Angela is recognized by AHPRA, The Australia Podiatry Association, and Sports Medicine Australia.



Monique Milne

Monique Milne

(B.Pod M.A.Pod.A.)

Further Qualifications


Monique offers a range of treatment modalities at Well Heeled Podiatry to help resolve your foot pain, ankle pain, heel pain, leg pain, back pain or sporting injuries:

Offering all other aspects of podiatry care to her patients at Well Heeled Podiatry including, nail surgery, children’s lower limb development, wart removal, diabetes, foot health checks, fungal nails, and routine foot care.

Monique uses foot mobilisation techniques (FMT)  and shock wave therapy to provide foot pain relief to patients who have tried almost everything, including orthotics. FMT is a very effective treatment to restore normal joint function and range of motion, aiding the body in creating physiological changes to postural alignment. This gentle, specific, and painless technique stimulates the body’s ability to repair and restore itself, helping to reduce pain and inflammation.

Monique is experienced in public speaking and presenting podiatry educational material to other allied health disciplines, nursing, and medical staff. She has supervised and taught podiatry and third-year medical students during their final year placements.

Monique’s passions are helping others to feel the best version of themselves and treating musculoskeletal problems of the feet and lower limbs. She takes a holistic approach to lower limb complications to get the best treatment outcomes for her patients.

She is recognised by  AHPRA the  Australian Podiatry Association and Sports Medicine Australia.


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