Allsports Podiatry | Our Team
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Our Team


B Hth Sc Pod (Hons); B Sc (HMS), Member of the Australian Podiatry Association and QLD Sports Podiatry Group

Scott Morrison founded Allsports Podiatry in 2003 alongside Physiotherapy Director, Tony Ganter. Scott easily fit in to the Allsports team having always had a special interest in sports medicine. Scott has a Bachelor of Science (Human Movement Studies/Exercise Physiology) from the University of Queensland (1998) and a Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry) with Honours from the Queensland University of Technology (2001). During his time at Allsports, Scott has enjoyed developing close working partnerships with additional health professionals such as physiotherapists, sports physicians and orthopaedic surgeons. Over the years, he has provided his services to several professional sporting clubs such as the Brisbane Bullets basketball team and the Brisbane Roar Football Club. Scott’s special interests within Podiatry include paediatric and adolescent sports & developmental injuries and biomechanics relating to chronic injuries.

For the last three years, Scott has been a member of the academic staff at QUT, teaching anatomy, orthotic manufacture and biomechanics to podiatry students. He currently sits on the QUT Podiatry School Advisory Board as a representative from the private sector and hopes to assist QUT in making the course more relevant to modern Podiatry practice.

Scott is also an avid Rugby Union fan and past player, having played Premier Grade Rugby for the Wests Rugby Union Club at Toowong for a number of years and representing Queensland in the U21 team in his younger days.

Scott is available for consultation at our Jindalee clinic.


B Hlth Sc (Pod), Member of the Australian Podiatry Association and QLD Sports Podiatry Group

Craig started at Allsports in 2005 and soon joined Scott as a partner of Allsports Podiatry. He holds a Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry) from the Queensland University of Technology (2004).

Craig thoroughly enjoys working in a team environment with physiotherapists and sports physicians in a sports medicine setting and has fostered invaluable relationships with many of Queensland’s leading sports medicine specialists.

Craig is experienced in treating all soft tissue and biomechanically related injuries of the foot and ankle and has been fortunate enough to be involved in the treatment of the Wynnum Manly Seagulls Rugby League Team, QAS Soccer, the Bangladesh Cricket Team (2008), Brisbane Bullets Basketball and the Brisbane Roar Football Club. Craig’s special interests within Podiatry are in biomechanics of runners and soft tissue related injuries of both amateur and professional sports people. This skill set crosses over well to patients who are not necessarily athletes but can have similar foot related pathologies.

Craig is available for consultation at our Indooroopilly and Hawthorne Clinics.


B Hlth Sc (Pod), Member of the Australian Podiatry Association

Constantine (Costa) Livanes joined the Allsports Podiatry team in 2014 after completing his Podiatry degree at Queensland University of Technology.

Costa has a particular interest in sports medicine and biomechanics from a podiatry perspective including diagnosis, management and function of the foot and leg. He has previously worked in the footwear industry for over 4 years and understands the technical aspects of shoes and their relevance for each patient in specific activities and goals.In his spare time, Costa enjoys playing basketball, cycling and kayaking.

Costa is available for consultation at our Camp Hill, Toowong, Calamvale and Kangaroo Point clinics.


B Hlth Sc (Pod), Member of the Australian Podiatry Association

Andrew completed his Bachelor of Health Science degree majoring in Podiatry at the Queensland University of Technology. He joined Allsports Podiatry due to his love of all forms of sports, particularly hockey and cricket. He currently plays in the first grade competition in both these sports as well as coaching hockey at the Queensland State Championships.

Through his sporting experiencing and connections he has provided podiatry care and rehabilitation advice to many sporting teams and young athletes. He has a particular interest in providing preventative care to young athletes in the sporting arena as well as rehabilitating all forms of lower limb musculoskeletal conditions across all age groups.

Andrew is available for consultation at The Gap, Forest Lake and Red Hill Clinics.

Shannyn Hermann

B HlhSc (Pod) MAPodA, BExSS

Shannyn begun working as a Podiatrist at Allsports Podiatry in 2018. She is a longstanding employee at Allsports, and begun working in 2013 at the Indooroopilly clinic, and manufacturing orthotics for Allsports Podiatry in 2015. Shannyn completed a Bachelor of Exercise Sports Science at the University of Queensland in 2014, and subsequently completed her Postgraduate degree in Podiatry at the Queensland University of Technology.

Shannyn enjoys all aspects of podiatric care, and treating patients of all ages. Being dual-trained as an exercise sports scientist as well as a podiatrist, Shannyn has particular interests in diagnosing and managing biomechanical-related injuries, orthotic design and manufacture, return to sport rehabilitation, and sports medicine relating to the foot and lower limb.

Shannyn has over 5 years experience working in the footwear industry, giving her a comprehensive knowledge about the technical aspects of footwear and their relevance to each patient’s specific requirements. In addition to this, Shannyn has worked alongside Brisbane’s leading sports medicine specialists with professional athletes, including the Brisbane Broncos and Queensland AFL, gaining invaluable experience and knowledge regarding the importance of strength and conditioning in injury rehabilitation.

Shannyn is available for consultation at our Jindalee, Indooroopilly and Redhill clinics.