Michelle went to the University of Western Australia graduating with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine in 2011. Throughout her studies she has completed clinical podiatry placements in community health, public hospitals and private clinic settings. Having been a podiatrist now for nearly 10 years she has a wide range of educational and practical experience to help you recover as soon as possible. Michelle loves being a part of the community and helping patients with all afflictions of the lower limb.
Michelle is proficient in all aspects of general podiatry including treatment of unmanageable toenails (e.g. thick toenails, fungal toenails, ingrown toenails) as well as corn & callus removal. She has completed further training in dry needling, mobilisation, Swift therapy for warts and Shockwave therapy. Michelle treats foot and ankle pain including plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis and forefoot pain e.g. neuroma’s & bursitis. She uses evidence based medicine and can arrange for custom orthotics when required.
Michelle keeps up to date with advances in the podiatry field with continued professional development seminars that cover everything from orthotic prescription and barefoot exercises to podiatric surgery. She also attends yearly conferences held by Diabetes WA to update her knowledge of the diabetic foot. She does all this to make sure you have the best and most up to date treatments.
Michelle enjoys all aspects of podiatry including general treatment (toenails, corns & calluses), foot & ankle pain, ingrown toenail surgery, orthotic prescriptionand wart treatment. She loves getting to know her patients and help them achieve pain free feet. Michelle can also speak Mandarin to assist patients where needed.
Aside from work, Michelle enjoys spending time at the park with her baby daughter, and going to Melbourne to visit her twin sister.