Our Team  //

Dr Brenton Hurst. | B.Pod


Dr Brenton Hurst graduated from La Trobe University in 2007 with a bachelor of podiatry.

Since graduating Dr. Brenton Hurst has been operating a combination of metropolitan and rural clinics as well as gathering vast domicillary experience. During this time he has continued to expand his clinical skill set by completing additional studies in dry needling and was amongst the first in the industry to complete this course.

Brenton specialises in sports and paediatric podiatry and and has continued to invest heavily in specialised equipment to help treat these kinds of cases in his clinics. He has travelled nationally to attend conferences in these areas so that he can provide state of the art treatment to his patients.

Brenton has worked hard to establish a cutting edge assessment and management program for his diabetic patients. This program incorporates the capacity to perform and record electronically ultrasounds of peripheral blood flow and quantify a patients sensation. All of this information will be recorded for future comparisons and forwarded to your GP to ensure the best possible long term outcomes.

Brenton is a local man having been raised in the Yarra Valley. Brenton's sporting interests include cricket and football  in which he has played for several years in the local area. He has provided podiatric care to the Upwey Cricket Club for the past 7 years and his other interests include running and renovating.

Dr. Brenton Hurst looks forward to providing you and your family with friendly and professional podiatric treatment.

Dr Belinda Dennehy. | B.Pod


Belinda initially completed an applied science degree and then continued her studies to attain a Bachelor of Podiatry from La Trobe University in 2004.


She has since garnered over a decades experience in the industry working in private clinics in rural and metro locations. She has a diverse industry knowledge and is particularly interested in paediatric and surgical areas of podiatry. 


Belinda and her family are locals and she enjoys camping with her family when she’s not taking care of her patients.


Dr Tanya Contis. | B.Pod


Tanya grew up in country Victoria, and graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Podiatry. Since then she has been growing her career in private practice and enjoys working across all areas of Podiatry, in particular general podiatric care, diabetic foot management and prevention, injuries and paediatrics.


Tanya takes a very holistic approach to foot care, acknowledging that happy feet go foot in foot with a healthy you. 


For a number of years, Tanya worked in a technical footwear store run by podiatrists and has a strong appreciation for and extensive knowledge in footwear fitting and footwear education.  


When Tanya is not in clinic, her own feet are leading her far and wide, down many European cobble-stone streets and up many beautiful mountain sides of New Zealand and beyond. 


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Dr Mitchell Anderson. | B.Pod

Mitchell graduated from La Trobe university in 2019 with a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Masters in Podiatric Practice.

Throughout the course of his studies, Mitchell has developed a passion for providing holistic podiatric care to help keep his patients feet healthy and pain free. 

Mitchells love for sport has led him to develop a special interest in the treatment and management of lower limb musculoskeletal injuries and sports rehabilitation. Alongside this, Mitchell enjoys providing care across all aspects of podiatry from providing general nail and dermatological care to performing biomechanical assessments.

Mitchell has grown up living within the Yarra Valley and is excited to provide podiatry services to have a positive impact on the local community. When Mitchell is not in clinic, he enjoys keeping active through playing and watching a wide variety of sports.        



Beth Mueller. | B.Pod

Beth graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatry from La Trobe University in 2004. Since then, she has worked in both the private and public sectors, including running her own practice for 10 years. Currently, Beth teaches Podiatry Students and instructs Pilates.

In 2009 she completed her Graduate Diploma in Diabetes Education and Health Care, and in 2021 will complete her Diploma in Professional Pilates Instruction. Although experienced in all aspects of Podiatry, her areas of special interest are diabetes (assessment and education) and biomechanics (conditions related to movement).

Beth and her husband have two busy boys. Together they enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities including walking, bike riding and camping.


Specialising in children's podiatry and sports injuries