From humble beginnings, Eman started Agile Podiatry in 2019 as an in-home podiatry service to the Ararat community. Her attention to details, gentle technique, focus on quality and great customer service saw the business growing in capacity to become a full-time practice, and soon Agile Podiatry found a home at Shop 3, 56 High Street, just across the carpark from K-hub, on the right hand side of VicRoads.
However, Eman is not new to Ararat or rural Victoria. She has been providing podiatry services to the Ararat community and surrounds since she moved to Ararat 7 years ago. She worked in Nhill for one and a half years, in Warracknabeal for a year and lived in Perth for 6 years.
Eman brings more than ten years of experience in treating toenails, wounds, and diabetic feet. She was awarded her degree in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia in 2014. Prior to that, she worked as a diabetic foot nurse and diabetes educator for five years.
Eman enjoys using all her podiatry skills to help improve her patients’ foot health. She enjoys correcting ingrown toenails, improving gait and balance, managing foot pain, corns, and all toenail-related problems.
Outside of podiatry, Eman is multi-skilled and loves learning new skills. She is currently finishing her masters degree in Health Management at Monash University and enjoys being involved in community development projects such as volunteering with Ararat Rotary as well as serving on regional health boards.
Her business interests include small business development, hospitality management, and real-estate development. Her hobbies and skills include gardening, renovating, singing, painting, photography, cooking, rehabilitating wildlife, flying powered aircrafts, and looking after her pets and small growing family.
Eman is available in the clinic three days of the week, with home visits provided on the other two days.
Appointment bookings can be made either online or by calling 03 5352 3199 or 0405 212 301
Allied Health Assistant
Mark is a native of Ararat. He grew up as a Taekwondo athlete, gaining his black belt at an early age then helped coaching his junior and senior colleagues. His love of sport and knowledge of human anatomy and physiology inspired his career choice to be an Allied Health Assistant. In 2021, Mark completed his Certificate 4 in Allied Health Assistance from Swinburne University. He enjoys assisting all Allied Health Professionals, with special interest in physiotherapy, exercise therapy and rehabilitation programs. Mark assists Eman with various podiatric tasks to achieve patient's desired health goals.
Mark enjoys bush walking, camping, fishing, working out at the gym and spending time with his family.