In this episode, we talked with Greg Dower. Greg is Chief Business Development Officer and co-founder of MyFootDr, is the podiatrist for the Australian cricket team and is the lead in the Elvis tribute band, the Blue Cats. We talked about his journey from sole practioner to co-owning a chain of over 50 podiatry clinics (which employs over 100 podiatrists), the extensive mentoring programme he has for new graduates, his work smarter and harder philosophy and also he briefly shows us round us Graceland inspired dining room.
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About Greg Dower:
Greg Dower is a co-founder and Chief Business Development Officer of My FootDr, Australia’s largest podiatry group. After obtaining his bachelor degree (With Distinction) from QUT in 1992, Greg took up private practice in Bulimba in South East Queensland. Whilst building up his clinic throughout the 1990s, he was the Consultant Podiatrist at the Norfolk Island Hospital, completed a post graduate elective in Sports Medicine, and was a clinical supervisor and lecturer to QUT podiatry students, University of Queensland 4th Year medical students and postgraduate Radiographers. His belief in a multidisciplinary approach to foot and lower limb care, and a special interest in complex orthopaedic and biomechanical, sports and rheumatological cases, sees him work alongside some of Australia’s finest medical and allied health practitioners.