Podiatrist Cara Rountree
I am a caring and friendly Podiatrist that enjoys helping people to maintain independence by alleviating their foot health problems. I graduated from Queen Margaret University (Edinburgh) in 2007 with a degree of bachelor of science in Podiatry with distinction. My experience in healthcare has taught me the importance of providing quality patient services in a professional and caring manner. I have worked in Hawke's Bay for ten years in both private and public settings.
"I was very happy with Cara’s podiatry treatment. Her skills and knowledge regarding a problematic toe which had caused years of pain before seeing her, was resolved very quickly.
She is attentive and professional and I would highly recommend her podiatry service.
I am very grateful for her on going care..."
"I just wanted to say thank you again for your lovely service! I'm really happy with the result & you were ever so friendly! You will definitely be my go-to woman moving forward if I ever need a podiatrist"
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Bay Feet is a registered ACC Health Provider. ACC helps to pay for costs to get you back on your feet. It includes payment towards medical bills and treatment. Bay Feet can now provide ACC funded orthoses, bracing and footwear without the need of a specialist referral. ACC has a no-fault scheme that covers everyone in New Zealand if you're injured in an accident. The scheme covers children, beneficiaries, students, if you’re working, unemployed or retired. It also includes visitors to New Zealand if they're injured while they're here.