Gentry Winters


B.Sc (Pod)      B.A.Comm      M.A.Pod.A

Gentry came to Australia from the USA, after a 5 year stint in Japan, and graduated as a Podiatrist from the University of Newcastle in 2009.  She is married and has two children.

Gentry is an AHPRA – registered Podiatrist with experience ranging from treating diabetic foot ulcers at one of Sydney’s leading High Risk Foot Clinics, to all aspects of Podiatry in private practice from nail surgery to biomechanical issues, injury management and prevention, and general podiatry (ingrown toenails, corns, calluses), using a holistic and evidence-based approach.

Gentry is especially interested in how diabetes and other systemic conditions can affect the feet, and is passionate about prevention of the associated complications by working with patients closely to ensure the best possible outcome.

As a member of the Australian Podiatry Association, Gentry keeps up to date with the latest developments in the field of Podiatry on a regular basis and can speak Japanese.   She is constantly striving to deliver patient-centered care, and is always willing to listen carefully to patients’ concerns and develop treatment plans with the patients’ involvement being a priority.

Neurovascular Assessments

In diabetic patients or those with other causes of peripheral neuropathy or vascular problems, assessment of fine touch sensation, vibration perception, and blood flow using doppler ultrasound is performed and reported back to your doctor.

Diabetic Foot Care

Removal of harmful corns, callus, and ingrown toenails that can be a threat to the foot health in diabetic patients, as well as prevention of complications via pressure offloading. Gentry’s experience in wound care and prevention of foot ulcers comes from having worked at one of Sydney’s leading High Risk Foot Clinics.

Biomechanical Issues

Assessment and management of pain associated with sports or overuse injuries, or biomechanical problems.  This can be treated with or without orthoses depending on many different factors.

Nail Surgery

Permanent removal of ingrown toenails is often an option putting to end repeated visits to the Podiatrist once and for all, and is done using local anaesthetic.

General Podiatry

Getting older often makes it harder to reach one’s own feet and can lead to more harm than help when trying to treat issues yourself at home.  Expert treatment in corn, callus removal and meticulous cutting of nails not only prevents further problems but makes your feet look and feel better.


Thursdays: 3 pm – 6:45 pm