Trevor qualified as a podiatrist in 1988 in Johannesburg, South Africa, and went into private practice shortly thereafter. As a keen cyclist and marathon runner, he has a special interest in sports biomechanics. This facilitated his involvement in the Run/Walk for Life program – a medically sound, scientific fitness plan for people of all ages, weight and fitness levels. Another area of specific interest to Trevor is the developing paediatric foot, especially the recognising and treating malformations and gait abnormalities in children.
Trevor is a certified PinPointeTM FootLaserTM provider trained in the management of fungal nails and in the use of Orthema digital technology to manufacture custom-made orthotics. He gives talks on 'The Diabetic Foot', 'The Ageing Foot' and 'The Running Foot'. From 1998 to 2002, he served as Chairman of the South African Podiatry Association and lectured final-year podiatry students for 11 years in South Africa. He also sat as a Councillor to the Australian Podiatry Association. Trevor believes in staying true to his beliefs of being a general podiatrist who also isn’t afraid to treat the ‘tough feet issues’ when the need arises.