Meet the team

At Canberra Foot and Ankle Clinic all of our podiatrists have over 7 years’ experience in private practice and have completed further training since graduating with their podiatry degree, along with having first-hand experience in high level sport. This allows our podiatrists to correctly diagnose and give personal feedback on a lot of foot and ankle issues that they themselves have also experienced.

Our team are some of the most qualified podiatrists in Canberra and strive for excellence.

Kyle Dedini

Principal Podiatrist & Founder
Special Interest Areas
  • Running Injuries + Periodisation Training Programs
  • Orthotic Manufacture and Prescription.
  • Ingrown Toe Nail Surgery
  • General Podiatry (Nails, Skin, Corns, Callus, Warts)
  • Manual Therapies (Dry Needling, Foot Mobilisation Therapy, Soft Tissue Massage)
  • Sports Podiatrist with 9 years private practice experience.

  • Sports Medicine Australia State Board/Council member of 3 years (TAS)

  • Bachelor of Podiatry – Charles Sturt University (2012)
  • Recipient of $30,000 in scholarships to continue education (Awarded to select students/podiatrists who fulfill certain requirements and achieve adequate grades)
  • 2014 Sports Medicine Conference
  • First Australian Podiatry Strength and Conditioning Course
  • Bartold Biomechanics Seminar
  • Clinical Biomechanics Boot Camp
  • Foot and Ankle Stress Related Injuries Course
  • Neuro-Muscular Lower Limb Dry Needling Course x 2
  • Foot Mobilisation Therapy Course
  • Ankle Pathology Assessment, Diagnoses, and Management Course

Kyle has worked in NSW, VIC, QLD, TAS, and most recently the ACT. He has previously sat on the Sports Medicine Australia Tasmanian State Board/Council for 3 years, and has received $30,000 worth of scholarships allowing him to further his education and knowledge base through a large variety of courses.

Outside of podiatry Kyle has a keen interest in all things sport. He has recently stopped playing competitive level sports but during his younger years he played National Premier League (NPL) Division 1 (Soccer) whilst living and working in Hobart and had many years of Australian rules football (finishing up last year with the ANU Griffins). Throughout school he represented NSW at cross country and 800m events, while setting multiple High School records in 800m, 1500, and cross-country distances.

However, after multiple broken bones (7), 12 shoulder dislocations, half a fake tooth, and two shoulder reconstructions he now prefers watching local sport from the sideline with a cold beverage, running, skiing, and taking his Kelpie out to kick the footy rather than throwing his body around for more punishment.

Patrick Doan

Principal Podiatrist & High Performance Consultant
Special Interest Areas
  • Sports Podiatry
  • Exercise Podiatry
  • Lower Limb Strength & Conditioning Programming
  • Footwear Analysis & Prescription
  • Load Management
  • Return to Performance Plans.
  • 7 years private practice experience as a Podiatrist 
  • 10 years’ experience in high performance sport in various roles 
  • Assistant Strength & Conditioning/Athletic Rehabilitation Coach (Vikings Rugby – Tuggeranong Valley RUFC, February 2021 – Present) 
  • Specialist Coach (IronEdge July 2019 – Present) 
  • Lead Presenter/Program Convenor for “Strength & Conditioning for the injured and uninjured – Practical application of the evidence for rehabilitation, injury prevention and performance in a Podiatric context” (The first accredited strength & conditioning course designed specifically for Podiatrists in Australia, June 2019 – Present)
  • Athletic Performance Rehabilitation Coach (Brumbies Rugby Pathways Junior Academy, September 2018 – October 2019) 
  • Head of Athletic Rehabilitation & Athlete Development (Canberra Raiders, NSWRL, Junior Representatives, October 2016 – August 2018) 
  • External GPS Unit Player Tracking Consultant (GPSports Systems, November 2016 – November 2018)
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach (Belconnen Magpies Football Club, NEAFL & AFL Canberra Division 1, November 2012 – October 2016) 
  • Rehabilitative Strength & Conditioning Coach & Head Trainer (Wodonga Bulldogs Football Club, O&MFL, February 2012 – September 2013 

Patrick is a Canberra local born and bred. He is the first podiatrist in Australia to be a registered with Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), Exercise Scientist and Level 2 Sports Scientist. And the only podiatrist in Australia with Australian Strength & Conditioning Association (ASCA), Professional Coaching Accreditation Scheme (PCAS), Professional and Level 2 Strength & Conditioning Accreditation. To reach the level of PCAS Professional which is the minimum standard to work in professional sport in the roles of rehabilitation and strength & conditioning, Patrick had to be mentored and have exposure in professional sporting structures for over 5 years. Patrick has a wealth of experience in all levels of sport from amateur to elite high performance rehabilitation settings and loves to fix all lower limb injuries so you are back stronger than before. Outside of podiatry Patrick enjoys road cycling, trail running, bouldering, golf, touch football, trail running and culinary delights!

Alex Murray

Senior Podiatrist & Strength and Conditioning Coach
Special Interest Areas
  • Sports Podiatry
  • Management of Complex and Chronic Injuries/Conditions
  • Lower Limb Injury Rehabilitation
  • Lower Limb Strength and Conditioning
  • Foot Orthoses/Richie Brace prescription
  • Paediatrics
  • 8 years’ experience in Sports Podiatry practices
  • 4 years’ mentorship by an Australian Olympic Medical Team Podiatrist
  • Assistant Strength & Conditioning/Athletic Rehabilitation Coach (Vikings Rugby – Tuggeranong Valley RUFC, February 2021 – Present) 
  • Sports Medicine Australia State Board/Council Member 1 year (ACT)
  • Bachelor of Health Science (2013)
  • Master of Podiatry Practice (2013)
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine (awarded with Distinction) [Study focus: Special Populations (Paediatrics), Women in Sport, Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Medicine, Exercise Prescription] (2017)
  • ASCA Level 1 Strength & Conditioning Coach
  • Lecturer – Sports Podiatry and Musculoskeletal Medicine – Podiatry Systems
  • Australian Podiatry Association Podiatric Biomechanics Course
  • Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science Course (CAN)
  • Functional Therapeutic Movement Course (UK)
  • Explain Pain – Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
  • Mobilization of the Neuroimmune System – Neuro Orthopaedic Institute
  • EP3 Seminars – Prof Lorimer Moseley, Prof David Butler, Prof Peter O’Sullivan
  • Motivational Interviewing and Behaviour Change (USA)

Originally from Adelaide, Alex completed his high school and undergraduate Podiatry degrees in Melbourne before moving to Canberra to work under 3 x Olympic Medical Team Podiatrist Paul Fleet. During 4 years of mentorship he also completed the Australian Podiatry Association course in Podiatry biomechanics and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine through the University of Otago Medical School, which he was awarded with Distinction, the highest honor conferred by the University. After completing his mentorship and further studies, Alex developed a special interest in managing complex and chronic conditions. This led him to studying the fields of neurology, immunology, the science of pain, rehabilitation and strength and conditioning. This prompted Alex to create a unique way of practicing that focuses on each patient as an individual and developing a rehabilitation plan based on their goals and current abilities. In addition to his clinical work, Alex is the founder and director of Podiatry Systems, an Australian based Podiatry education company, lectures to national and international audiences and helps create social media education content for the UK-based Better Clinician Project. A previous volleyballer and martial artist, you’ll now find Alex in a gym, out running or in the cheese aisle of his local deli.


Located inside Ochre Health Medical Centre Casey, 15 Whitrod Avenue, Casey, ACT, 2913
Phone: 02 6163 4200

Office Hours
Monday 8am – 5pm
Tuesday 8am – 5pm
Wednesday 8am – 5pm
Thursday 8am – 5pm
Friday 8am – 5pm


Located inside Garran Medical Centre, Suite 12, 2 Garran Place, Garran, ACT, 2605
Phone: 02 6147 5797

Office Hours
Monday 8am – 5:30pm
Tuesday 8am – 5:30pm
Wednesday 8am – 5:30pm
Thursday 8am – 5:30pm
Friday 8am – 4pm

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