Hannah Cerecke

Principal Podiatrist – Grafton & North Shore Lab

Education:
Hannah completed her Bachelors in Health Science in Podiatry at AUT in 2012. She continued her education in rehabilitation, focusing on pain management, gait analysis and biomechanics. She continues to be involved in professional development to keep up-to-date with current research and treatment options.

Experience:
On completion of her studies Hannah worked in high risk foot care in the Bay of Plenty before returning to Auckland to do her postgraduate studies. In Auckland she has worked in areas ranging from general care, paediatric assessments, gait analysis and biomechanics and technical footwear fitting. She has also completed a short stint of work in Cambodia, giving her insight and experience as to how podiatry translates into the context of a developing country.

Professional views and special interests:
Hannah has a firm belief in the importance of holistic care and the benefit of multi-disciplinary management. She has a keen interest in both sporting and non-sporting injuries and enjoys working alongside clients to enable them to return their daily activities. Hannah assesses not only the foot but takes into consideration whole body movement, lifestyle factors and footwear. With podiatry and biomechanics being a field that is constantly changing and growing Hannah believes that continual upskilling is vital in order to provide the most comprehensive and effective management plan for her clients.

Outside of the Lab:
With Hannah’s inability to sit still you’ll find her running, road cycling, tramping or, most likely, rock climbing. She spends as many weekends as she can finding new rock faces around New Zealand to scale. On rest days you’ll find Hannah in the garage tinkering away on her old Honda motorcycle.

Hannah Cerecke

Principal Podiatrist – Grafton & North Shore Lab

Education:
Hannah completed her Bachelors in Health Science in Podiatry at AUT in 2012. She continued her education in rehabilitation, focusing on pain management, gait analysis and biomechanics. She continues to be involved in professional development to keep up-to-date with current research and treatment options.

Experience:
On completion of her studies Hannah worked in high risk foot care in the Bay of Plenty before returning to Auckland to do her postgraduate studies. In Auckland she has worked in areas ranging from general care, paediatric assessments, gait analysis and biomechanics and technical footwear fitting. She has also completed a short stint of work in Cambodia, giving her insight and experience as to how podiatry translates into the context of a developing country.

Professional views and special interests:
Hannah has a firm belief in the importance of holistic care and the benefit of multi-disciplinary management. She has a keen interest in both sporting and non-sporting injuries and enjoys working alongside clients to enable them to return their daily activities. Hannah assesses not only the foot but takes into consideration whole body movement, lifestyle factors and footwear. With podiatry and biomechanics being a field that is constantly changing and growing Hannah believes that continual upskilling is vital in order to provide the most comprehensive and effective management plan for her clients.

Outside of the Lab:
With Hannah’s inability to sit still you’ll find her running, road cycling, tramping or, most likely, rock climbing. She spends as many weekends as she can finding new rock faces around New Zealand to scale. On rest days you’ll find Hannah in the garage tinkering away on her old Honda motorcycle.