Tania Mitchell graduated in Podiatry from La-Trobe University Melbourne in 1995 . Following completion of her studies Tania established the first public podiatry service at Northern District Community Health servicing remote and rural communities. After five years of public health Tania established a thriving private practice, Rich River Podiatry. Tania is a member of the Australian Podiatry Association and a member of the Australasian Academy of Podiatric Sports Medicine -AAPSM and values continuing professional learning development.
She is highly dedicated and experienced in the comprehensive provision of all aspects of podiatry care, including nail surgery, diabetic foot care, biomechanical assessments, orthotic therapy, sports medicine, paediatric and routine care.
Having successfully competed at state and national level athletics Tania has a special interest in sporting injuries. Having attended many sports special interest groups she appreciates the balance of training and competition and injury prevention and recovery.
Outside work Tania and her husband love spending time with their three children and chasing their pursuits. In her spare time she enjoys canoeing, tennis and trekking.