Meet The Team
Central City Podiatry clinic has 3 professional podiatrists who are continually updating their knowledge and skills with the latest research available. We all attend internal and external professional development courses to stay up to date.
Chloe recently joined the city practice from one of our suburban sister clinics.
Chloe graduated in the UK in 2006 and quickly gained experience in a variety of settings in the National Health Service. She followed her love of travelling and moved to Australia in 2008 where she worked throughout Queensland in private practice before moving to Perth.
Chloe has vast experience in treating ingrown toenails both conservatively and surgically. She has enhanced her biomechanical knowledge by completing acupuncture and dry needling courses which she uses alongside orthotic therapy to improve lower limb function and pain. She also has great experience in hiking, blister prevention and treatment after participating in and then providing podiatry services for the Oxfam Trailwalker event in Brisbane.
- Ingrown Toenails
- Plantar fasciitis
- Movement Correction
- Bunion Treatment
- Arch Support with custom orthotics
- Treatment of shin splints and Achilles tendonitis
Liz was part of the cohort to complete the new Doctor of Podiatric Medicine course at the University of Western Australia. She graduated with Distinction and was awarded several prizes for academic and clinical practice excellence during her studies.
Liz has a particular interest in the high risk foot and managing patients with diabetes, peripheral vascular disease and other chronic medical problems. Whilst she has had experience in ulcer and wound management at several hospitals around Perth, Liz enjoys working in a Primary Health setting where she can aid in the prevention of more serious foot issues.
She is also interested in all things skin and nails related, including fungal infections, warts, corns and callouses, and ingrown toenails. Liz takes pride in her careful attention to detail, and enjoys making people feel better about their feet! Liz would love to help you today!
Rachel graduated from graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine. In her time as a Podiatrist she has found special interests in the following:
- Musculoskeletal Pain ( for example: limb length discrepancies, advice regarding bunion procedures, neuromas, etc)
- Use of dry needling and trigger point therapy as well as Orthotic therapy & Footwear assessment in relation to treating musculoskeletal pain.
- Manual therapy (Foot mobilization) for chronic foot pain.
- Diabetic foot care including ‘The High Risk Foot’.
- Corns, callouses and wart treatment.
- Fungal nail infections.
- Ingrown Toenail removal with or without phenolisation (partial and total nail avulsions)
Rachel is dedicated to providing a service with compassion and dilligence. She would love to help get you back to doing things you enjoy without pain!