John completed a Bachelor of Applied Science in Podiatry in 1995 from the University of South Australia. John moved to Melbourne in 2001 where he has established two thriving private Podiatry Practices and leads a team of highly qualified Podiatrists who share and support the same values as he does to provide the best client care available.
With over 20 years of experience John is experienced in all facets of Podiatry with a keen interest in both Paediatrics and Sports/Biomechanics with which he has had great success in dealing with complex cases.
John has continued his further studies by completing Postgraduate subjects of Sports Podiatry, Paediatrics and Pharmacology at the University of South Australia and also completed courses in Plerotherapy (Injection Therapy) and Shock Wave Therapy. This commitment to education allows him to maintain a high standard of delivery of Podiatry services and using the knowledge gained to pass on the latest treatment techniques to his staff and clients.
John is also a supervisor for final year undergraduate Latrobe University Podiatry students doing Private Practice placements at either of his clinics.
John is also a keen AFL fan being a Melbourne based sponsor of the Adelaide Crows with which he has great interaction with both Board Members and Players.
Peter Dietsch BHSc (Pod)
Peter completed a bachelor degree in Health Science specialising in Podiatry from AUT in Auckland, New Zealand in 2008. Peter moved to Melbourne in January 2009 and has worked in Australia since, working both in the city and around rural Australia in community and private settings. Peter has been with Moreland Podiatry since May 2013. Peter practices all aspects of podiatry, and has a particular interest in sports medicine, putting an emphasis on holistic healthcare through a multi -disciplined approach. Since graduating, Peter has pursued further study in personal training and nutrition at the Victorian Institute of Fitness. As well as alternative soft tissue treatment courses in dry needling, trigger point therapy, prolotherapy and shockwave therapy.