Ozan Amir is a skilled podiatric surgeon and accomplished Centre Director with a wealth of experience in the field. He received his undergraduate degree in podiatry from the Queensland University of Technology in 1994 and went on to earn a Master of Podiatry from Curtin University in 2004. Over the course of his 18-year career in private practice, Ozan has worked in both Canberra and Sydney, honing his skills and gaining valuable experience.
Ozan’s surgical training was completed with the Australiasian College of Podiatric Surgeons, where he received comprehensive clinical and surgical training. He also pursued additional training in the United Kingdom and the United States, completing his preceptorship within the Orthopaedic department of the Great Western Hospital, Swindon, and a three-month surgical training program at the renowned Podiatry Institute in Atlanta, Georgia. These experiences allowed Ozan to develop a broad range of surgical skills, including rearfoot reconstructive surgery.
As a sessional lecturer at the Central Queensland University School of Podiatry, Ozan is passionate about educating the next generation of podiatrists. He has also been an active member of the NSW Podiatry community, participating in numerous workshops, continuing education lectures, and conference presentations.
Ozan has a particular interest in bunion surgery and complex reconstruction of the forefoot, including severe hammertoe deformities. He is well-versed in minimally invasive foot and ankle procedures and is dedicated to providing his patients with the highest level of care possible.