At Myaree Podiatry we have been focused on providing the highest level of foot care for well over 20 years. We are committed to keeping you and your feet active and healthy in a thoroughly professional and caring manner. We can care for feet of all ages, from toddlers through to the elderly and everything in between. At Myaree Podiatry we pride ourselves on ensuring each patient feels truly comfortable with the foot care, advice and treatment they have received.
You are always welcome to come in and become part of the “Myaree Podiatry family”.
Glen graduated from Curtin University as a podiatrist in 1994. He has since worked in aged care and private practice, joining Myaree Podiatry in 2012. Since graduating Glen has pursued post graduate studies in dry needling, acupuncture and joint mobilisation techniques.
He enjoys all aspects of podiatry but has particular interest in paediatrics, hypermobility disorders and sporting injuries.
Meg graduated as a podiatrist in 1992 and since then has worked in and enjoyed all aspects of Podiatry. She has many years of experience in all aspects of podiatry including ingrown toenails, assessment of foot function, prescription of pre moulded and custom made orthotics, diabetic assessment and paediatric podiatry.
In recent years Meg has completed courses in foot mobilisation techniques and dry needling, and uses these modalities regularly to enhance her clinical practice.
As a mother of primary school age children Meg is comfortable with and enjoys treating children, especially those with hypermobility related problems.
Meg believes in a multidisciplinary approach and will happily liaise with other professionals where necessary.
Helen graduated from Curtin University in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science (Podiatry) and continued on to complete a Postgraduate Certificate in Podiatry in 2007. Upon graduating Helen worked as a podiatrist in a hospital and community health setting, as well as working in aged care.
Helen loves the satisfaction of helping others and enjoys all aspects of general podiatry with a special interest in the high risk foot, especially in the area of diabetic footcare and the prevention of diabetic foot complications.
Trish graduated from Curtin University in 1995 and has since worked in a variety of clinical settings including private practice and as the resident podiatrist in healthcare facilities.
In this time she has developed extensive experience in both general podiatry and biomechanics.
Trish has completed courses in dry needling, acupuncture and joint mobilisations to enable her to offer a well-rounded, multi-faceted approach to her treatment.
Of particular interest to Trish is helping children with biomechanical issues and hypermobility.
Amanda enjoys problem solving and finding solutions to foot and leg problems that fit with the clients lifestyle. Graduating from Curtin University in 1990, Amanda has worked in health centres and private practices in the UK, Sydney, Karratha and Perth.
Amanda is skilled at fitting your treatment plan to your life and has many years experience using different treatment modalities, from kids to adults. Amanda has experience in solving biomechanically related problems, getting to the bottom of why your pain is there and what to do about it.
Living a healthy lifestyle is a priority for Amanda, swimming, mountain biking and enjoying the outdoors. Amanda is ready to help you with your feet so you can live a great life.