Brendan Coyle - B.App.Sci (Pod)

Brendan graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Podiatry) from the University of Western Sydney in 2004 and joined Podiatry Professionals in 2011.

Brendan grew up and begun his podiatry career in Sydney. Two years after graduation he undertook a role with the Australian Defence Force and this was his introduction to work in Canberra. Since then he has split his time between private practice in Sydney and Canberra, and he continues to assess and treat defence personnel for their lower limb injuries.

Brendan has a strong interest in sport and leads a very active lifestyle. He grew up playing football and cricket but now prefers futsal, trail running and ocean swimming. Having experienced his fair share of time on the sidelines with sports-related injuries as a teenager, Brendan decided to pursue a career in Podiatry and in this time developed a keen interest in the relationship between human locomotion, biomechanics and lower limb injury.

Brendan ran a busy private practice in Dublin between 2008 and 2010 and in this time worked closely with a multidisciplinary team and treated patients within multiple fields of Podiatry, including nail surgery and neurovascular assessment of the diabetic & high-risk foot. During this time, Brendan was also involved in the development of a running shoe store and expanded his knowledge of footwear requirements for runners of all levels. He also consulted to Leinster rugby, providing him with an insight into podiatry in the professional sporting arena. This gave him the valuable and necessary experience required for his work with the Junior Canberra Raiders and ACT Brumbies.

Brendan places a high priority on patient satisfaction. He achieves this not only by providing excellent podiatric care, but also by developing professional relationships with his patients and creating a caring, fun and friendly work atmosphere. He thoroughly enjoys his work as a Podiatrist and strives to provide his patients with the best possible evidence-based treatment and outcomes.