(Latin: salus, “safety”, “salvation”, “welfare”)

[1] was a Roman goddess. She was the goddess of safety and well-being (welfare, health and prosperity) of both the individual and the state.
The feet are the basis for maintaining an active, engaged life allowing work, play, sports and quality time spent with family and friends.My goal is to promote a healthy, active lifestyle and assist you in returning to a lifestyle that allows enjoyment of leisure time and getting back to work.

I will take the time to individualise your treatment and together we can make a plan for management. I encourage you as a patient to be actively involved in your care and be motivated to improve your lifestyle.

Dr Wadley endeavours to provide each patient with the individual care and attention that is required.There are many components to managing foot and ankle problems. I am here to help facilitate this process, provide you with an honest opinion and outline the options available. Treatment of foot and ankle problems is often a process which involves learning about you and your foot problem, discussion, trial of different non operative options and surgery may be warranted.

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Dr Danielle Wadley

Dr Danielle Wadley

MBBS PGDipSpMed FRACS FAOrthA Foot and Ankle Fellowship

Orthopaedic Surgeon
Dr Danielle Wadley is an Australian Trained Orthopaedic Surgeon with subspecialty training in Foot and Ankle Surgery obtained in Canada and the USA. In addition she has completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine, which complements her interest in sports Foot and Ankle problems. She is involved in caring for patients who have acute fractures or sport injuries, and all other components of foot and ankle work including ankle arthroplasty, reconstruction procedures and arthroscopy. She continues to support medical education and research and is an active member of the community in a number of outdoor pursuits.

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