Britney Miller

IMG_3470 (1).JPGBritney Miller - BHSc (Podiatry)

Working for six years in a small town sports store in Whakatane, dealing with specialized shoe fitting by means of a foot gait, I was able to comprehend how footwear could assist people in their sporting needs and in pain reduction, whist corresponding to my lifelong passion for helping people. It was here that my passion was ignited leading me to Graduate Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science in Podiatry. Since then I have joined the Foot Mechanics team through admiration and respect for their strong values of leadership, experience and quality of patient care.

 On a personal note, I enjoy various outdoor activities including Tramping, Equestrian riding, Scuba diving, Fishing and Dance. This has lead me into a strong interest towards biomechanical attributes in the sporting patient, however my ultimate passion has been to help any individual in need that walks through the door; whether it be diabetic education/treatment, nail surgery or care, and assessment for any lower limb biomechanical abnormalities or pain.

 One thing I love about podiatry is that we are not just focused on the foot, but the entire lower limb, as everything is interrelated, thus permitting greater outcomes seen in clinic on a daily basis. I am now am mainly working from the Mount Maunganui and Whakatane branches, and look forward to getting to know all new and old clients.




Thank you for choosing to see a Foot Mechanics Podiatrist. We have prepared this information to make you feel welcome at our clinic. Firstly we want you to know that your feet are in good hands. Podiatrists are registered health professionals and are the experts in lower limb health. You should feel free to ask questions at any stage during your visit to see us, we are here to help you.

A consultation with a Foot Mechanics Podiatrist will always start with a discussion with you. In medical terms we call this history taking and this helps them understand the background and context to the problem you want help with. Once they understand what you want help with, the Podiatrist will do an assessment. The assessment enables the Podiatrist to understand the medical background to your problem. The Podiatrist will then explain the findings to you, and you are welcome to ask any questions so that you understand.

The Podiatrist will explain the treatment plan to you and in most cases, treatment can start today. Again, ask any question you may have. Thanks again, and we look forward to helping you.