Cylie Williams has been practicing podiatry for over 20 years in both the public and private sectors and has extensive experience in assessment and treatment of lower limb conditions in children. She has completed her Masters of Health Science (Health Education and Promotion), which incorporated group facilitation and education components.
Over the past 10 years, Cylie has primarily worked in the public setting in paediatric multidisciplinary teams with physiotherapists and occupational therapists. This role involved assessing paediatric foot and lower limbs conditions, gait and balance. Cylie has been active in the podiatry profession, was the vic president of the A.Pod.A (Vic) board in 2015 and now is on the Podiatry Board of Australia. She was a co-founder of the Paediatric Special Interest Group (A.Pod.A Vic). She has held the chair position numerous times in the past and continues to remain an active member.
Cylie completed her PhD on the investigation of influential factors in children who toe walk with no medical reason and this is an area she continues to research. She also holds an Adjunct Post Doctoral Research Fellow position with Monash University and the University of South Australia.