About

Richard Fox, Podiatrist and Associate Podiatrists, Elise Bywater and Tracey-Lee Young, have been providing friendly, caring podiatric service to Singleton and the Hunter Region for 40 years.

Our main practice is located at 15 William Street Singleton NSW, and is open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Please call us on 02 6572 2925 so we can assist you to make an appointment.

We have regular clinics in Dungog NSW – see Locations for appointment details.  We also visit the Mercy nursing home in Singleton.

Richard Fox Podiatrist Singleton

Richard Fox, BSc, Assoc Dip Pod

Principal Podiatrist (Mon, Tue, Wed)

Richard’s father and grandfather owned a shoe shop in Eastwood, Sydney for 75 years. He tried to escape feet by doing a Science degree at Sydney University for four years…but feet called to him, and he did his Podiatry training in Sydney.

Richard worked in Newcastle for 18 months before moving to Singleton. He has been in private practice for 40 years – working in Singleton and the Upper Hunter. This has included hospital situations and nursing homes. Richard’s practice covers all aspects of Podiatry including paediatrics, diabetic assessments, orthotic therapy and nail surgery.

Over the years, Richard has enjoyed many local sports including tennis, touch football, mountain biking and triathlons.

Elise Bywater, Podiatrist

Elise Bywater, B.Pod

Associate Podiatrist (Mon, Tue, Wed)

Elise graduated from Newcastle University with a Degree in Podiatry. She has worked in this practice for five years.

Elise also gained extensive experience in nursing homes prior to coming to Singleton, and regularly visits the Mercy nursing home in Singleton.

Elise is experienced in all aspects of podiatry, with a special interest in sports and paediatric podiatry.

When she is not working, Elise enjoys relaxing with her family and her horses.

Tracey-Lee Young Podiatrist

Tracey-Lee Young, B.Pod

Associate Podiatrist

Tracey-Lee Young, a dedicated and knowledgeable Podiatrist, joined the team at Singleton Podiatry in 2015, after a 20 year career in nursing and completing her Podiatry Degree as a mature age student.

Tracey-Lee’s academic qualifications and continuous professional development inspires interventional care of her clients in all areas of podiatry. She prides herself on consulting and educating her clients to assist them to achieve their lower limb and foot health goals.

Tracey-Lee provides clinics at our Dungog location. Additionally in her own practice, Tracey-Lee services the regions of Muswellbrook, Cessnock and Denman.

Among her many skills, Tracey-Lee consults patients on structural foot deformity care options including conservative & surgical opinion, diabetes management and chronic disease lower limb health, acute injury and footwear modifications.

Tracey-Lee takes pleasure in working with an array of health care professionals in diverse settings, including in the community and hospital.

In her down time, she enjoys everything about her family and home. She loves caravanning holidays.