Dr Fiona Foo has extensive experience in diagnostic coronary angiography, angioplasty and coronary artery stenting; and the use of fractional flow reserve (FFR) in guiding management. She has undertaken interventional fellowships at the University of Alberta Hospital/Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada; and the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Glasgow, UK; both high volume, internationally renowned centres.
Dr Fiona Foo has a strong interest in Sports Cardiology, being very active herself. She sees patients anywhere from the "weekend warrior" to the elite athlete. She actively encourages her patients to exercise regularly.
Read her article on Cardiology in the Athlete: https://www.ausdoc.com.au/how-treat/cardiology-and-athlete
Dr Foo has interests and regularly assesses patients' cardiac risk prior to non cardiac surgery. She has been involved in research related to cardiac risks of non-cardiac surgery following coronary stunting.
Dr Foo is passionate about providing interventional cardiology services to the third world. She has been regularly visiting Colonial Memorial Hospital in Suva, Fiji to provide interventional cardiology services since 2013. She has also taught and provided interventional cardiology services in Dhulikhel Hospital, Nepal, and performed the first coronary angioplasty/stent there in 2012.
Dr Foo is a huge advocate for regular exercise and a healthy diet. She exercises regularly. She runs, swims, does Spin and Xtend Barre classes. She has completed a number of half marathons/marathons, and ocean swim events. She often analyses patients diets and focuses on a heart health diet. She has been in Womens Health and Good Health Magazines.