Our Team


Steph Latham

B Hlth Sc (Pod) (Hons)

B App Sc (HMS) (Hons)


From an early age Steph has been actively involved in numerous sports at a representative level including tennis, basketball and soccer.  One of her highest achievements includes playing soccer for the Women’s Queensland Roar. This passion sparked an interest in how the body moves and in particular, how the lower limb functions.


In pursuit of this interest, Steph graduated from Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry) and a Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement Studies).  Since this time, she has practiced at some of the leading podiatry clinics in Brisbane including both community health and private practice giving her exposure to a wide range of podiatric conditions.


At Everything Podiatry, Steph and our team practice patient focused care.  Our close network of health professionals ensures that every aspect of treatment is considered with the optimal outcome for you.


In order to maintain the highest standard of service and care, Steph regularly attends professional development and education courses strengthening her existing knowledge base with the most current medical practices.  Recently, Steph has extended her current services to include dry needling and acupuncture.

Will Brett


Will is our newest Podiatrist at Everything Podiatry.  He graduated from Queensland University of Technology in 2018 after completing his Bachelor of Podiatry.  Will has over 4 years’ experience working in retail footwear. He also has a keen interest in running. Will has recently competed in 10km running events, half- marathons as well as Gold Coast and Brisbane Marathons. With Will’s history working in retail footwear along with his keen interest in running, he can help find the correct shoe to match your activity of choice. 

Will works in the clinic from Monday to Friday and is passionate about helping people regarding heir foot issues whether it be from general nail care to sports and bio mechanical related injuries.