Lisa Allen is the owner and sole practitioner of Changes A Foot Podiatry. She is a proud West-sider, living locally and joining the Hampstead Medical team in late 2021.
Lisa has practiced as a Podiatrist for 15-years and worked in both private and public clinics with "High Risk Foot Health" teams, both in Australia and the United Kingdom. Lisa has a passion for chronic disease management (in particular diabetic foot care) and feels strongly the value of consistent, high-quality care in helping her patients achieve happy and active lives.
Lisa’s areas of interest include: nail surgery, sports podiatry, diabetic foot care, chronic disease management and orthotic. Lisa also has a special interest in paediatric podiatry, and with two small children of her own, loves engaging with younger clients.
Dr. James graduated from RMIT in 1998 with Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement) degree then went on to complete a Bachelor of Clinical Science & Bachelor of Chiropractic Science double degree, graduating with distinction.
James is a holistic therapist who understands the benefits of a multi-modal tailored approach for all patients regardless of level of activity.
James’ other areas of special interest are pre and post-natal care, paediatrics and family health.
Carla Battaglia is an Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD) and has worked in a variety of settings, including: Aged Care; Community; Non-for Profit Organisations and Private Practice. She has a passion for nutrition, cooking and overall health and wellbeing and strives to help you on your health journey to gain positive results through realistic goals and education.
Carla specialises in the following areas (but not limited to):
Back in Motion provide highly trained and skilled physiotherapists to help with all areas of concern. They are passionate about what they do and strive to deliver the best for each patient.
Back in Motion offer physiotherapy, remedial massage, myotherapy, clinical exercise and exercise rehabilitation.
Back in Motion work holistically to help the patient heal properly. Their clinical approach is about results for life to deliver optimal lifelong physical health, rather than encourage reoccurring injuries that were not addressed appropriately.
Some of the areas the physiotherapist can help includes back pain, lower limb sporting injuries, post-operative rehabilitation and neck pain.