Matt Klibbe


Matt Klibbe has been a podiatrist for 17 years now. Matt graduated a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Movement Studies from UQ in 1997. From here he continued his interest of sports medicine and rehabilitation, to complete his Bachelor of Health Science in Podiatry in 2001. Matt over the years has completed further education…

* Stephen (with a PH)

Meet Stephen, (with a PH) – our gorgeous Gait Way Mascot. You never know where Stephen is going to pop up around the clinic, so make sure you keep an eye out for him next time you come to visit.

Sue Kenneally

Podiatry Assistant, Nail Clinician

Sue is our fully qualified nail technician and runs the Gait Way Pamper Parlour. Originally from “Sunny Manchester” Sue will make you feel right at home while she pampers your hands and feet. Sue has a big heart and is a big softie, Sue will even provide you with a cup of tea and a…

Richelle Brown

Practice Manager

Richelle started out with Gait Way as our Podiatry assistant, she then moved onto Reception and has now become our practice manager. We picked Richelle up from across the ditch so, please excuse her kiwi accent. Richelle knows every inch of our practice and makes all the behind the scenes cogs and wheels turn efficiently…

Vanessa Andronicos


Vanessa is our Customer Service Star. Vanessa will assist you in making your appointment and contact you to make any follow up appointments as and when required. Vanessa lights up reception with her beautiful smile and warm nature.

Jacqueline Harbour


Jacqui is a graduate of the Queensland University of Technology, with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Podiatry) degree in 2009 with 2nd class honours. She started her career working locally in Narangba before joining Gait Way Podiatry in 2014. Jacqui enjoys all aspects of podiatry from general foot care to sporting injuries to toenail surgeries.…

Jacqueline Hendry

Practice Owner, Podiatrist

29 years of feet and still loving it. When you can say that you enjoy waking up in the morning and going to work you know it is a passion and not a job. I qualified in South Africa in 1989 where my focus was on running injuries involved with the standard bank comrade’s marathon…