Andrew Cook Peninsula Foot Clinics principal Podiatrist established the Rosebud practice in 1995 after completing a Bachelor of Podiatry at Latrobe University in Melbourne.
Andrew’s main clinical focus is the management of complex foot pain and sports injuries, utilising specialist treatments and with 20 years Podiatry experience he is committed to expanding the treatments offered to patients on the Mornington Peninsula. A regular attendee at Sports medicine and podiatry conferences Andrew provides a comprehensive approach to treatment of foot pain with the use of prescription foot orthotics, trigger point dry needling and Extracorporeal Shock wave treatment.
Working from the Rosebud and Mornington clinics on the Mornington peninsula Andrew Cook has long established relationships with other medical and health practitioners to achieve best outcomes for your foot problems.
Andrew has been a member of The Australian Podiatry Association for 22 years and served on the board of management from 2005-2012 and as President from 2007-2011, during this time focussing on Professional matters and advancing the Profession. In 2012 Andrew was awarded a service excellence award for recognition of this contribution. With a clinical focus in Sports Medicine Andrew has been a member of Sports Medicine Australia ( SMA ) for 20 years.
Locally on the Mornington Peninsula Andrew Cook has been involved in Allied health committees at the Medicare Local.
In 2012 Peninsula Foot Clinic was awarded best business award in the NAB Rosebud Chamber Commerce for services to the local community.
With a background as a competitive distance runner Andrew understands the rigors of Physical activity and injury management and the goals of patients in all levels of sport and activity. Away from the clinic Andrew is a passionate cyclist competing in masters cycling races.