Roslyn Podiatry is conveniently located in the heart of Roslyn Village in the picturesque Old Fire Station Building only 3min drive from the Octagon.
The clinic was opened by Lauren Farnden in December 2008 in order to provide podiatry services to those many people living in the hill suburbs of Dunedin. The clinic is close to the town centre which suits those needing to get away from work for a quick appointment or those dropping in on the way home.
Roslyn Podiatry is less than 10min drive from 7 high schools plus many primary and intermediate schools and is open on Wednesdays until 7pm to suit those who need to come after school or work.
Roslyn Firestation Building
6/50 City Road
LAUREN FARNDEN BHSc (Podiatry), BPhEd
Lauren grew up in Dunedin, attended Otago Girls’ High School and graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Physical Education. Lauren then studied podiatry and graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2002 with a Bachelor of Health Science majoring in Podiatry. Lauren returned to Dunedin straight after graduating and worked in private practice at Dunedin Podiatry and Sportsmed Otago until opening Roslyn Podiatry in December of 2008.
Lauren is able to treat all foot and leg complaints and any ACC or activity related pain and has a special interest in sports injuries, children’s foot and leg pain and ingrown toenail surgery.
Outside of podiatry, Lauren has a keen interest in rowing and has been a member of the North End Rowing Club since high school. Lauren is now coaching many levels of the sport including club, Otago Provincial, South Island rep teams and NZ University crews to World Champs.
SALLY WOODWARD BSc (Hons) Podiatry
Sally is an English qualified podiatrist. After graduating in 2001 and a brief time working in the U.K.’s public health sector, she came to work in private practice in Dunedin.
Sally has started working at Roslyn Podiatry and is interested in all areas of podiatry. She is an ACC provider and offers dry needling and mobilisation where considered beneficial. She enjoys helping people with foot or leg issues that may develop with exercise or activities. Sally has a caring approach and is keen to help people achieve their goals.
When not at work Sally is a busy mother of two who enjoys nothing more than watching her children playing sport, loves family walks with picnics and cycling in Central Otago.