Meet our team

Andrew Clarke

Rebecca Unglik

Rebecca graduated with a Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics in 1998 at LaTrobe University. She worked as an orthotist and prosthetist for several years at the Ballarat Health Services, in all areas of orthotic management including acute, rehabilitation, geriatrics, pediatrics, and prosthetics. On returning to Melbourne, Rebecca joined Scope as their sole orthotist, fitting the David Hart Walker; a mobility aid for children with severe disabiities. 

Rebecca has invested significantly in the profession, for a number of years maintaining the executive office of Secretary with the Australian Orthotic and Prosthetics Association.

Rebecca joined Melbourne Orthotics in 2002. She has a special interest in treating disorders of the foot and ankle and works closely with a number of foot and ankle orthopaedic surgeons. She has spent several years refining her casting skills, orthotic fitting and prescription skills. 

Sally McMeekin

Sally McMeekin graduated from the Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics in 2005 at La Trobe University, Bundoora.

Sally then moved to Brisbane where she worked at GB Orthopaedics in the area of paediatric orthotic management.

 

Sally returned to Victoria where she joined a specialist rural foot and ankle clinic. In this capacity, Sally worked with vascular and diabetic patients providing specialised care and management of ulcers, foot deformities and post operative care.

Sally joined Melbourne Orthotics in 2012, bringing with her great expertise and skills in all areas of orthotic management. 

Emma Robinson

Emma completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences and a Masters of Clinical Prosthetics and Orthotics at La Trobe University in 2013. Emma has since worked as an Orthotist with Melbourne Orthotics having trained previously in Geelong and Brisbane.

 

Emma has a keen interest in lower limb orthotic management, specifically management of complex neuromuscular and high-risk diabetic foot conditions.

Emma works closely with a number of orthopaedic surgeons providing post-operative and long-term orthotic management. Emma is also involved with ongoing research projects investigating the effectiveness of orthotist provided foot orthoses in managing an array of painful foot and ankle conditions. A keen sportswoman and interested in health and fitness, Emma has a good understanding of sporting injuries.

Amy Mackay

Amy completed the Masters of Clinical Prosthetics and Orthotics and Bachelor of Health Sciences in 2013 through La Trobe University in Bundoora.

 

Amy has an interest in all areas of lower limb orthotic management including acute orthopaedic management and post-operative care.

 

Amy joined Melbourne Orthotics in 2014 and is heavily involved in the modification and manufacture process of custom-made foot orthoses using the latest computer software, Canfit Prosthetics and Orthotics CAD, to create 3D moulds of the foot.

Amy has been working alongside foot and ankle Orthopaedic surgeons, since arriving at Melbourne Orthotics, to develop and further her skills.

Andrew graduated with a Bachelor of Prosthetics and Orthotics at LaTrobe University in 1996. He worked as an orthotist at The Alfred Hospital in Prahran for three years where he was exposed to all areas of orthotic management. At The Alfred, Andrew spent a significant amount of time in the fracture clinic and developed special skills in managing acute fractures conservatively and post operatively.

Andrew then left The Alfred in 1999 to start his own private practice, Melbourne Orthotics. Andrew has been the driving force behind the growth and development of Melbourne Orthotics. The company's success has been attributed to Andrew's careful attention to detail, strong clinical knowledge, technical skills and craftsmanship.