Margot Deen graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Podiatry in 2008. During her studies she gained experience in London, Newcastle and the Pitjantjatjara Lands. She was offered the Graduate Podiatrist position at the Royal Adelaide Hospital treating patients with high risk feet. Margot’s work in private practice has been biomechanically and dermatologically focused. She finds great reward in returning patients with musculoskeletal issues, like plantar fasciitis, back to their daily activities.
Margot enjoys the management of dermatological issues like hard skin, corns and problem nails. She is skilled at permanent nail procedures, finding satisfaction in making problematic nails painless and aesthetically pleasing. Margot’s main goal is to make patients feel as comfortable as possible, so they can move through life without restriction. Margot’s hobbies include the Visual Arts, she has a Master’s degree in Contemporary Art and makes sculpture.