About Us

We offer after hours appointments with reliable competitive pricing


The Queensland Podiatry Group is committed to offering you with the highest level of care and attention that is personalised to you and your health requirements.  This is enhanced by their multi-disciplinary approach to your treatment and/or rehabilitation with professional relationships with other local allied health practitioners such as physiotherapists, massage therapists, chiropractors and more.


The Queensland Podiatry Group commenced providing podiatric care in 2003 when it opened it’s first practice in Springfield.

The second clinic was established in Kenmore in 2005 but relocated to the current site at Jindalee in 2011.


The Queensland Podiatry Group are proud supporters of their local community.

Over the years they have proudly sponsored the Springfield Panthers Rugby League Club, Westside Community Care Appeal, Greater Springfield Run For Life, Jindalee Joggers and Brisbane Valley Cat Rescue.

Our Team

Leanne Fitzgerald (Director) – Accredited Podiatrist

Bachelor Arts, (Human Movements & Psychology) (UQ), Bachelor Health Science (Podiatry) (QUT), M.A.P.A

Leanne has been practicing as a podiatrist in the western suburbs since graduating in 2001 and established The Queensland Podiatry Group (Springfield and Jindalee) in 2003.  She has an active role at both clinics and a special interest in paediatric (children’s) injuries and growth related pain, injury rehabilitation and ingrown toenails.

Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her husband and two boys, home renovations, up-cycling furniture and tropical garden designs.

Leanne holds a degree in Podiatry as well as a double degree in Human Movements and Psychology which has given her a broad understanding of the human body and how each part interacts.

Queensland Podiatry Group - Leanne



Skye is a passionate podiatrist who has been working in private practice since graduation in 2014.  She enjoys all aspects of podiatry, and has a special interest in Pre-pointe ballet assessments for young dancers.  When she is not at work she splits her time between being in her garden with her young son, teaching him the importance of vegetables. (In other words, Skye gardens, and he digs.) Or she is volunteering with the Australian Breastfeeding Association.

Ineke Cope

Ineke Cope


Joan Quinn


Get in Touch

(07) 3288 3211


Reception Hours

Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm