Bianca graduated with a Bachelor of Health Science and Masters of Podiatric Practice from La Trobe University and is a current member of the Australian Podiatry Association (APODA). During Bianca’s university experience she has been to Alice Springs, Wangaratta and north west Tasmania, seeing a diverse range of patients and clinical settings. In 2020 Bianca joined the team at WPG, enjoying the wide range of podiatric experiences on offer. Her areas of focus include diabetic assessment and dermatological problems.
Bianca is what some might call a sports nut, her main loves for participating are netball and long distance running, but loves to sit back and watch the netball, AFL, cricket and le Tour de France (I was on TV from one of the stages in 2010), or any sport that is on really. Otherwise you’ll find her spending time with her boys (Partner and their puppy Rafie), cooking up a storm in the kitchen, or camping and exploring the great land that we call home.
What is your guilty pleasure?
Anything sweet especially chocolate.
What is your favourite movie?
Probably the hardest question to answer as I don’t watch a lot of movies. However, A walk to remember, Monty Python’s Hollywood bowl or Holy Grail, and Lion King, would all have to be ranked highly.
Name three people you would love to meet?
Well they say you should never meet your heroes. But if I was to meet anyone it would have to be Billy Joel, Cathy Freeman or Ash Brazill.
Why do you love working at WPG?
Having a team of the most supportive people around to ask for help. Being able to learn from others who’s focus areas may be different to my own. Having the opportunities to do work not only in Warrnambool but also the smaller towns around.
What do you love about living in our region?
How friendly the people are, going to the market, taking the dog to the beach everyday with my partner to refresh and relax, and how there is always something to do or explore.
What do you love about Podiatry?
Being able to help people achieve their goals. Getting podiatry into communities that usually would have to travel for health care. Also, the way podiatry encompasses a lot of variety into one profession.
Where is your favourite place in the world?
My favourite place in the world is a toss up between camping with my family at my great aunt and uncle’s farm in Tasmania or Switzerland.
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