Born in rural South Auckland, Kimberly has recently returned from a year abroad and is excited to join to the team at Cambridge Foot Clinic.
Kimberly studied at AUT University graduating with a BHSc majoring in Podiatry in 2012. She has a range of experience after initially working in an administrative position in a podiatry clinic that then grew into the role as podiatrist in the Auckland podiatry practice.
Kimberly is lover of the outdoors and enjoys keeping active. Her passion and appreciation for good health for her feet and body comes from her horse riding, being an avid rock climber and ballroom/ceroc dancing. She realises without them she can’t do the things she loves.
Growing up her mum constantly requested massages to deal with foot pain, and her Dad had troublesome ingrown nails on a regular basis and her sister broke and dislocated a number of bones in her foot leaving her severely limited in everyday life. These experiences have enabled Kimberly to gain an awareness of the effects of various foot related pains and conditions that can be encountered in different stages of life.
Kimberly has always had a real love for people and passion for helping others, the satisfaction of arming someone with the tools to help them lead a healthier and more fulfilling quality life is second to none.