"At the Doreen Foot and Ankle Clinic all Podiatrists are fully insured and registered with the Australian Podiatry Board (APRHA) and are proud members of the Australian Podiatry Association"
Director, Principle Podiatrist
Dr. Dean Sargeant, Bpod, M.ApodA, Cert. III Fitness
Dr. Dean Sargeant graduated from La Trobe University in 2009 with a Bachelor of Podiatry. He also holds a current Certificate III in Fitness from Kangan TAFE.
Since graduation, Dr. Dean Sargeant has been managing both metropolitan and rural practices. During this time, Dean has expanded his clinical treatment knowledge actively acquiring skills including Level II Barefoot Rx trained, manipulation and mobilisation, Dry Needling, Prolotherapy with emphasis and focus on surgical treatment and management.
Dean’s professional interests include sports injuries and orthotic management, with an interest in Pediatric Podiatry as well as the management of the “high risk” patients including diabetic and those who require chronic lower limb management.
Since completing his Bachelor of Podiatry Dr. Dean Sargeant has travelled nationally and internationally to develop his interests and continued professional development to be able to provide the most up-to-date treatment modalities backed by scientific research for his patients. Dr. Dean Sargeant is a leader in the utilisation of Foot Mobilisation Techniques, Barefoot Strong Certified, Prolotherapy and Dry Needling techniques in Victoria and is often referred patients from colleagues in the medical fraternity for these treatments.
Dean is a family man, living locally in Doreen. Deans sporting interests include basketball in which he has represented Australia internationally and played at the state level for 6 years, he also enjoys golf and fishing.
Dr. Dean Sargent looks forward to providing you and your family with friendly and professional podiatric treatment.
- We comply with the ethics and standards of the Australasian Podiatry Council.
- We comply with the regulations of AHPRA, including sterilization protocols
(all instruments used are sterilized prior to use)