Allsports Podiatry | Our Team
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Our Team

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Scott Morrison

B Hth Sc Pod (Hons); B Sc (HMS); M.A.P.A; Member of the Australian Podiatry Association and QLD Sports Podiatry Group.

Scott-MorissonScott Morrison graduated from Human Movement Studies at The University of Queensland in 1998 and Podiatry at Queensland University of Technology in 2001. Scott commenced work at Allsports Podiatry in 2003 and in that time has enjoyed working in a sports medicine environment alongside other health professionals, including:  sports physicians, physiotherapists and orthopaedic surgeons. He has been involved with several professional sporting clubs such as the Brisbane bullets basketball team and Brisbane Roar Football Club. Scott’s special interests within Podiatry include Paediatric & Adolescent sports & developmental injuries and Biomechanics relating to chronic injuries. More recently Scott has become involved in teaching anatomy, orthotics and biomechanics to podiatry students at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and currently sits on the QUT Podiatry School advisory board.

Scott is available for consultation at our Jindalee clinic. Click on the buttons below to see a map.


Craig Page

B Hlth Sc (Pod) M.A.Pod.A, A.A.P.S.M.

Craige-PageAfter joining Allsports in 2005 Craig became one of the Partners of Allsports Podiatry. He thoroughly enjoys working in a team environment with Physiotherapists and Sports Physicians in a sports medicine setting. Craig is vastly experienced in treating all soft tissue and biomechanically related injuries of the foot and ankle.  He is fortunate enough to be involved in treatment of the Wynnum Manly Seagulls Rugby League Team, QAS Soccer, the Bangladesh Cricket Team (2008) and is currently the Consulting Podiatrist to the Brisbane Roar FC. 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. He is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and the Australian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine.

Craig is available for consultation at our Indooroopilly, Camp Hill and Hawthorne clinics. Click on the buttons below to see a map.


Costa Livanes

B Hlth Sc (Pod)

Costa-LivanesConstantine (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, Ferny Grove, Toowong, Calamvale and Kangaroo Point clinics. Click on the buttons below to see a map.


Andrew Pratt

B Hlth Sc (Pod)

Andrew-PrattAndrew 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 and Forest Lake clinics. Click on the buttons below to see a map.


Linda Bowen-Thomas

B Hlth Sc (Pod), M. A Pod A

Linda joined our Allsports Podiatry team at the beginning of October 2015. She comes to us with a wealth of private practice experience after working in both general practice and sports medicine based clinics in Brisbane, Townsville and Newcastle NSW since graduating from QUT in 2007.

Her special interest areas include injury rehabilitation, functional orthotic design and manufacture, and paediatric sports medicine. She has worked with Australian Defence personnel, NRL players, high risk and rural populations. More recently she has been involved in tutoring undergraduate podiatry students at QUT in their clinical studies.

On a personal level, she has enjoyed many sporting pursuits over the years. With humble beginnings in Queensland Little Athletics at a young age, Linda progressed to compete at National level in hurdles and sprinting. It was during this time that she had her first experience with the podiatry profession after sustaining multiple foot injuries. After being prescribed foot orthotics and a rehabilitation program which allowed her to regain strength, she continued to train in the hurdling discipline for a few years. Following this, she competed in university touch football and hockey where she helped manage the QUT Womens Touch team to 3x Australian University Games titles between 2004-2007.

Linda is a member of the Podiatry Board of Queensland, commencing in October/ November 2015 and we look forward to utilising her knowledge at the Allsports clinics. Linda is available for consultation at our Jindalee, Red Hill and Wavell Heights clinics. Click on the buttons below to see a map.


Ali Carter

B Hlth Sc (Pod), BSc (Anat), M.A.Pod.A, AAPSM, SMA

Ali graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2004. Prior to studying Podiatry, she completed a Bachelor of Science at the University of Queensland, majoring in Anatomy. Ali has vast experience in private practice, and a broad knowledge and interest in all aspects of Podiatry. Her specialised interests include diabetic foot care and education, general palliative care and lower limb biomechanics.
Ali is a member of Sports Medicine Australia and the Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine. She regularly attends conferences/workshops as a part of professional development.
Ali began consulting for Allsports Podiatry at Forest Lake in 2014.