I live and work in the western suburbs of Brisbane and am an active member of the local community. Both of our children have grown up in the area which makes us feel very much a part of it.
I am passionate about my work and about my patients’ wellbeing.
I believe no one should have to put up with painful feet when it can be helped with a little know-how.
My aim is to impart my knowledge, to help and care for others. Prevention is better than cure. Maintaining good foot health to prevent complications from illness/diseases is one of my missions.
Working with me, you will get all of my attention. Being a sole trader, it’s only me running this practice, so you’ll get continuity of care, full attention to detail and a keen desire to help you as much as possible.
Fiona Beynon qualified with a BSc Honours in Podiatric Medicine in Wales back in 2001. There she set up her first private practice, largely doing home visits and day centre/care home work and built from there. Eventually, Fiona set up a practice location and shared her time with clinic appointments, rural home visits and community work.
In 2008 Fiona and her family emigrated to Australia, where she has worked in a few different settings, including community care, aged care, retail podiatry and private practice. Alongside those jobs, she has set up her own practice - Neat Feet Podiatry Care.
Fiona's skills cover a wide range of Podiatric areas, and she has a keen interest in in-grown toe nails and nail surgery. Fiona makes her own orthotics for clients as well as prescribing customised orthotics.
She is passionate about diabetic and high-risk foot care, and treats people who need help managing their conditions.