Meet Our Team



Director / B.Pod / MAPodA

Tammy was born and completed her early education in Bendigo. Her home town offered a wonderful platform to grow, learn and be active, and Tammy thoroughly enjoyed spending many hours on the tennis court in her childhood. It was this passion for sport, life and a healthy lifestyle, that sparked her interest to pursue a career in the health sciences.

Tammy completed her Podiatry degree at LaTrobe, Melbourne, and she returned home to share her expertise with the people she loved most. Tammy Davis Podiatry was founded in 1998. With a natural yearning to help people be their best, Tammy says Podiatry is the perfect fit, and she still loves what she does 23 years later.

Today, Tammy Davis Podiatry employs 5 podiatrists, and 2 very supportive admin staff – her Mum and Dad. It is somewhat of a large family.

Over the course of Tammy’s career, she has adopted new techniques and treatment regimes, continually enhancing her skills. However, Tammy’s underlying motivation is her desire to treat a person as whole. To be meticulous and thorough, and strive her absolute utmost to achieve the best outcome for each individual. “There is nothing more satisfying than seeing your patients pain free, and with a smile on their face,” she explains.

Whilst Tammy loves working full-time in her busy practice, she is also a devoted Mum and wife, and adores spending time with her young family – her husband, Lachlan, and their four children, Spencer, Charlotte, Poppy and Stella. “Life is never dull admittedly, however I am so fortunate to have supportive family, friends and wonderful clientele, who inspire me. I love being with people, sharing stories, and seeing people smile.



Sally has been practising Podiatry for over 10 years. Sally graduated from Charles Sturt University, Albury-Wodonga, and started her career as a new graduate in 2011 with Tammy Davis Podiatry. Sally worked at TDP for 5 years before moving to provide foot care in the Rochester and Echuca region in a public health setting.

Happily in 2020, Sally and her partner returned to Bendigo to stay and start a family. She was excited to be able to rejoin with the TDP team.

It is wonderful to have Sally and her expertise back in the fold. Sally brings a wide range of experience particularly in wound care and prevention, as well as a keen focus on the importance of reducing foot pain to improve balance and mobility. Sally is also a strong advocate for correct fitting footwear and helping her clients find the right fit and style for them.

In her spare time, Sally usually enjoys hiking and Mountain Bike Riding, however with a little one due November 2021 she will be kept busy chasing after little feet at home.



Tim, ​is currently our senior podiatrist and has been a loyal member of the TDP staff since 2017. Previously, Tim had worked in busy private podiatry practices in Horsham and Ballarat, where he developed a special interest in the management and treatment of lower limb injuries.

Biomechanics or the assessment of movement is Tim’s bread and butter. He loves the challenge of not only working out what is wrong but how to assist in the healing process to get you better as soon as possible.

In his own words he likes to state it’s a “treatment puzzle” where every piece is important no matter how big or small.

He’s very passionate about all aspects of podiatry and loves to treat every client like they’re a member of his family.

Tim is married to his beautiful wife Catherine, and with their fur baby Henry and a little bundle of joy on the way ​they are happily settled in Golden Square. Its where you’ll find them, walking the creek trail and grabbing a coffee at one for the great coffee spots in Bendigo.

Outside of work, you’ll find Tim either coaching or playing for North Bendigo Football Netball club, and during the summer months heading down the coast for a surf and to visit family.




Since graduating from LaTrobe in Bendigo in 2018, Emily has been a valued member of the TDP team. Emily has worked in private and public settings, and brings a wealth of knowledge.

Emily is proficient in all aspects of podiatry, but is most passionate about helping people find short-term and long-term relief from their painful nails, corns, and callus.

Outside of work, Emily loves spending time with her adorable cat and dog (Pepper and Lily), doing jigsaw puzzles, going for walks, and renovating her new home.



Marty completed his bachelor of podiatry in 2009 at La Trobe University, Melbourne, and in 2014, Marty completed a Post grad in Diabetes Education.

Marty has had a vast and interesting Podiatry career since graduating, having worked in many settings both Private and Public, autonomously and collaboratively. Marty has worked in Northern Queensland within indigenous communities, providing care and education in a chronic disease team. Marty has also worked in private practice settings in Queensland, in Melbourne, and in Tasmania. As such, Marty’s skillset is unique and diverse.

Marty join the TDP team in 2020, and has become an integral member of our staff. His private practice expertise extends to all aspects of podiatry – orthotic therapy, dry needling, nail surgery, footwear advice, and general care.

Outside of Podiatry, Marty enjoys going to the gym, keeping healthy, and enjoys meeting up with family and friends.


B.Pod / M.Sc. / Grad. Dip. Dermatology

We are privileged to have Joseph Frenkel join our team at TDP. Joseph is a highly qualified health professional having completed both a Bachelor of Podiatry and a Master of Science with a specialty in Wound Healing and Tissue Repair. Joseph has also completed a Professional Diploma of General Dermatology. This unique combination of qualifications with over 9 years of study, enables Joseph to treat a broad scope of foot, dermatological and wound issues.

To date, Joseph has over 16 years of clinical experience in all areas of Podiatry and has worked extensively across private practices, aged care facilities and hospitals. His most recent role is Consultant Podiatrist at the Skin Health Institute where he works with a team of Dermatologists to manage complex nail problems.

Renowned for his friendly and vibrant personality, Joseph is popular with patients of all ages. His caring and thorough approach ensures each patients’ foot concerns are managed appropriately and individually.

In addition to his clinical work, Joseph holds academic positions at several Universities where he provides clinical supervision and part-time lecturing. He also has regular speaking engagements at seminars, workshops and conferences and mentors Podiatry graduates.

Emma Miller



Emma grew up in the Mornington Peninsula and moved to Bendigo to complete her Masters of Podiatric Practice with La Trobe University, graduating in 2016.

Since then, Emma has worked in Gippsland in community care, taking a special interest in the local high risk foot clinic service, wound care and diabetes multidisciplinary clinics. Emma’s passion is to help people to feel better and she does this through a patient centred, holistic approach.

Having spent 5 yrs in community health, Emma is proficient in nail, callous, corn and wart care, wound care, diabetes education, biomechanical cases and paediatric cases. Emma treats all her clients as though they are family and is known for having a gentle touch.

Emma has recently moved back to Bendigo to settle down and be closer to her friends.

In her down time, Emma can be busy going out to brunch, the gym, swimming or relaxing with some music and friends. Emma regularly heads down to Mount Martha to see family and enjoy the busy shops, as well as the beach!

Emma is involved in local basketball and netball competitions and when you see her, you’ll understand why!


TDP is a family-run business, and Tammy has been so fortunate to have her loving parents, Anne and Trevor Davis overseeing the operations of TDP for the 23 year duration.

Having been born and bred in Bendigo, Anne and Trev are known to many locals, and their hard working and sincere reputation precedes them. A formidable couple, Anne and Trev have both enjoyed an active lifestyle together on the tennis court in their earlier years, before pairing up behind the TDP desk.

Trev’s skillset as Accounts Manager of TDP is enhanced by his 40 year career in the education system teaching Senior school Mathematics and Physics. Anne’s previous experience as Pharmacy Assistant complements well to complete the overall customer service experience our patients have become accustomed, and deserve.

From the first moment you engage with Anne and Trevor, their devotion and care for each individual is profoundly evident. They are integral to the diligent and warm-hearted ethos of TDP. Anne and Trev team together with the podiatrists, to guarantee you’re nurtured from beginning to end.