Our Team


Owain Dymond

Owain Dymond
RN BNurs DipParamedicSc BPod MAPodA AAPSM
Podiatrist

Owain grew up in Melbourne and attended Monash University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing in 2002, following this he went on to study Podiatry at La Trobe University graduating in 2006.  Concurrently he also attained a Diploma of Paramedic Science from Monash University Centre for Ambulance and Paramedic Studies.

Owain established Prahran Foot Clinic in 2007 with fellow podiatrist and registered nurse Jesse Hibbs.  Owain has a keen interest in all aspects of podiatry in particular surgery and biomechanics.  In his spare time Owain enjoys volunteering time for Shar Pei Rescue.


Jesse Hibbs

Jesse Hibbs
RN BNurs DipParamedicSc BPod MAPodA AAPSM
Podiatrist

Jesse grew up in Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula and attended Monash University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Nursing in 2002, following this he went on to study Podiatry at La Trobe University graduating in 2006.  Concurrently he also attained a Diploma of Paramedic Science from Monash University Centre for Ambulance and Paramedic Studies.

Jesse enjoys finding solutions to all aspects of foot and ankle pain.  He is a keen student of the Japanese martial art Iaido, which has seen him compete across Australia and Japan.


Joe Henderson

BPod

Podiatrist

Joe graduated from the University of Newcastle in 2014 with a Bachelor of Podiatry. He spent the first 5 years consulting in private practice in Newcastle before making the move to Melbourne in 2020, where he has developed an in-depth understanding of all aspects of podiatry. 

Joe is enthusiastic about the variety of scope that podiatry offers, and has undertaken further training in performing Dry Needling, Prolotherapy Injections, as well as Shockwave Therapy, all of which are effective tools for the treatment and management of soft tissue and joint pain in the foot, ankle and leg.  Joe also performs Falknor’s needling technique under local anaesthetic for the treatment of stubborn plantar warts.

Outside of the clinic, Joe keeps his skills updated by participating in regular podiatric training and attends annual conferences to further develop his clinical skills and remain up to date with the latest podiatry treatments. 

Areas of Interest – Plantar fascia pain, forefoot pain, plantar warts, children’s foot pain


Prahran Foot Clinic


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The Clinic

Prahran Foot Clinic is located at number 5 Izett Street, Prahran which interestingly was believed to be the home of Andrew Izett Watson after whom the street was named.

Izett Watson as he was known was an Australian artist who studied at the National Gallery School, Melbourne and worked between 1870 and 1900.  Watson’s most famous work was a collaborative piece with Thaddeus Welch in the form of an enormous 1000sq foot painted canvas depicting the events of the Eureka Rebellion.  This work was exhibited as a painted cyclorama at the ‘Battle of Waterloo’ Cyclorama Building in Fitzroy c. 1891. The Age reported in 1891 that thousands flocked to see the epic work of art.

Prahran Foot Clinic currently holds one of the only known original prints of this piece and it is on display at the clinic.