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Steve has been practicing podiatry since 1995 and has worked in a variety of specialised areas in both the public and private sectors. He consulted to the Fremantle Football Club as their team podiatrist from 1999 until 2005 and was part of the club's inaugural medical team in 1994.

Between 1996 and 2002, Steve was a Director of the Australian Podiatry Association (WA Branch). Steve has worked extensively in paediatric podiatry, working in early intervention teams for a number of years treating childhood foot problems.

Steve lectured undergraduate podiatry students on sports and paediatric podiatry units. He established an outpatient ulcer clinic for diabetic patients at Osborne Park Hospital where he was Head of Department for 8 years, before leaving to work in private practice. Steve now focuses his attention on the young athlete and complex bio-mechanical cases.


Outside of podiatry, Steve enjoys keeping fit by running, cycling and kayaking. He is a keen golfer and enjoys spending time with his family.



Kate started her Podiatry career in 1996 after graduating from the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff. Kate obtained additional Post Graduate Certificates in Diabetic Care and Management and Sports Podiatry.

During her time practicing in the UK, Kate worked for the NHS (Public sector) for 12 years including in a Diabetic Foot Care Team. She later worked in private practice where she was responsible for treating patients for all podiatric complaints while ensuring high standards of care across the practice.

After moving to Australia in 2008, Kate continued working in private practice including reinstating and maintaining an aged cared clinic in Gosnells and mentoring Graduate Podiatrists before taking time off podiatry to be a full time Mum.

Kate enjoys all aspects of Podiatry including Diabetic and routine care, sports injury management and nail surgery.



Since completing a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at the University of Western Australia, Jason has worked in metropolitan Perth, remote Kalgoorlie and regional Bunbury.

This has provided him with experience in all areas of podiatry, including chronic disease management, paediatric podiatry and sports podiatry.

Jason describes himself as a passionate podiatry nerd, with special interests in biomechanical care, heel pain, running injuries and performance optimisation.

Furthermore, Jason has worked closely with orthopaedic and podiatric surgeons, providing him with experience in surgical triage, and post-operative rehabilitation.

Jason has also provided injury screening and rehabilitation to the Southwest Academy of Sports (Bunbury), and members of the Australian Defence Force.

Outside of the clinic, Jason is a lover of corgis, an avid runner and an infantry soldier in the Australian Army Reserves.

He also provides mentoring to podiatry students and is an active board member of the Australian Podiatry Association.