Scott Sorensen

Renee Barclay

Meet the Podiatrists

Renee studied Podiatry at the University of Newcastle and commenced work in one of far North Queensland’s leading sports podiatry practices after graduating.


Renee worked for over four years treating a variety of musculoskeletal complaints ranging from children to the elderly and professional athletes to those simply looking to kick off a healthier lifestyle on the right foot (or left!).


Renee has a keen interest in diabetes and other chronic health complaints, and a passion to overall help improve one's quality of life.


She is thorough with all aspects of her work including general care (nails, corns, callous), nail surgery and biomechanics, and she enjoys building relationships with her patients.


Renee treats her patient’s feet and lower limb's as if they were her own.

Scott came from a background in composite production engineering in aviation to graduate in Podiatry in 1989. 

Scott moved from Sydney to Noosa in 1995. His move to Noosa was based around the lifestyle which it provided.


Scott is a big believer in mixing up activities to reduce the "overuse" injuries- which led him into this profession, and enjoys utilising the national parks and waterways to stay active.

Having practised Podiatry for over 25 years, he has a diverse background, being involved in founding a number of business entities from production facilities and IT businesses focused on health.

Scott has qualifications in engineering, podiatry, strength and conditioning training, dry needling and cupping.

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