Attention to detail
Nicholas is the Principle Podiatrist at Sprenger Podiatry. After graduating from QUT in 2008 with Honors, he has become one of Brisbane’s leading Podiatrists, working alongside Orthopedic Specialists, Sport Physicians, Physiotherapists, Exercise Physiologists and other allied health professionals.
Nicholas’ special interest is Orthopedic and Sports Podiatry and enjoys looking after elite sportsman and woman, to the everyday champions. He also covers simple and complex foot conditions with a holistic approach to help manage individual needs. Nicholas has consulted for the Brisbane Lions AFL Club, Brisbane International Tennis Tournament and QAS sport programs. Currently, Nicholas consults for the Sri Lankan Cricket Team, QRL Rugby league referees and Gale Force Running squad.
Nicholas has been very fortunate to have competed at two Olympic Games for the Australian Swimming Team in Athens (2004) and Beijing (2008).
Nicholas consults from McDowall, West End, and Clayfield. For more information, please call our office on (07) 3353 6558.
highly regarded within the educational field
Adie is a co-owner at Sprenger Podiatry. Adie has over 10 years of experience in all aspects of Podiatry care, with a special interest in paediatrics. Adie has taught paediatrics at the QUT Podiatry School and has assisted in running a podiatry program through QUT for children at Beenleigh Special School.
Adie focuses on footwear and exercises to help children with their foot posture. Sometimes it only takes a small modification to footwear to see significant change in your child’s feet and pain levels.
Adie has worked alongside an endocrinologist specializing in diabetes care and in aged care. This has given Adie a broad depth of knowledge and skill in general care treatment for all ages.
fitting shoes with confidence
Nikita graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Podiatry, and with over 6 years experience in working in a sports retail store in the footwear department, she is familiar with the ins and outs of sports running shoes, football boots, netball shoes and gym training shoes. She is enthusiastic and passionate about footwear, and can give suitable recommendations to patients of all ages.
In her spare time, Nikita stays active by going to the gym, playing social touch football and competing in the occasional half marathon. She has a keen interest in sport and follows a range both locally and internationally. Her decision to become a Podiatrist was to help others with foot concerns, and to assist in contributing to a patient’s quality of life.
Nikita treats a wide range of podiatry concerns from performing general nail care treatment, prescribing custom and prefabricated orthoses, completing Diabetic foot assessments, undertaking nail surgeries, and treating paediatric patients.