Danielle Champion

Podiatrist at SA Podiatry Centre

Danielle graduated from a Bachelor of Podiatry in 2002. Over the past two decades, Danielle has gained experience in a broad range of clinical settings within private practice. From general biomechanics to aged care and community health in a rural setting.

  • Professional achievements: Awarded the J R Pickering prize in Appliances 2001 (highest aggregate mark in the courses Podiatric Appliances 300 & 301)
  • Qualification: Bachelor of Podiatry, graduating in 2002, University of South Australia
  • Membership: Member of the Australian Podiatry Association.

Danielle has worked for many years alongside General Practitioners, ensuring positive patient outcomes on a holistic level. In addition to a broad general knowledge acquired over many years of practice, Danielle has a particular interest in chronic disease management, including diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis.

Having two young and active children of her own, Danielle also has a keen interest in paediatric podiatry including heel pain, ingrown toenail management and wart treatments.

Danielle understands the demands of busy family life and the need for children’s complaints to be managed with kindness & compassion whilst ensuring children are able to get back to their active lives as soon as possible.

On the other end of the spectrum, Danielle enjoys supporting her elderly clientele and has cared for many of her clients for over a decade.

At SA Podiatry Clinic, Danielle’s clinical load has a strong emphasis on:

  • Skin & Nail care
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Paediatric Podiatry
  • Heel Pain

When not working or chasing after her two young boys, Danielle enjoys the tranquility of trail running and loves visiting the Adelaide Central Markets for cooking inspiration.