Earl graduated from Curtin University of Technology with a Bachelor of Science (podiatry) in 1998.
He then worked in Shepparton, Victoria whilst furthering his studies at LaTrobe University.Earl He moved back to Perth in 2000 to undertake further research projects at Curtin University. Earl’s studies included research with Princess Margaret Hospital in relation to children with diabetes and the West Australian Police Force assessing footprints at crime scenes.
Earl is the past president of the WA branch of the Australian Podiatry Association and board member of the Podiatrists Registration Board of WA. Earl has held positions on the UWA school of medicine education advisory board and The Athletes Foot retail podiatry advisory board. He is a clinical supervisor to the UWA podiatry students and the current Podiatrist working for West Australian Police. He has worked with Betts kids and Airflex in shoe development in the past.
He enjoys his spare time with his wife and two energetic boys – Jake and Josh. Earl is a managing director at all 3 Prime Podiatry clinics. His available for appointments is as follows: View details »
Paul graduated from The University of Western Australia in 2020 with a Dr of Podiatric Medicine.
With previous studies in Exercise and Health Science, as well as Health and Safety, Paul is able to tailor safe and effective patient specific treatment plans for a miriad of Podiatric pathologies.
Paul has keen interests in injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation, as well as biomechanics and diabetic foot care. Paul also has a thorough understanding of footwear having worked in footwear retail for more than 10 years.
In his spare time Paul plays amateur soccer, enjoys all things health and fitness and spending time with family and friends.
He looks forward to helping you on your health journey and getting you back to pain free or achieving your goals!
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Hannah moved to Perth from Malaysia after high school. She completed a bachelor of science before pursuing Podiatry and graduated with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia in 2016. Growing up in a diverse background, Hannah is fluent in several languages including Malay and Mandarin.
Hannah enjoys all aspects of podiatry and has particular passion for musculoskeletal podiatry, diabetes management, ingrown toenail complications and geriatric footcare. In her spare time she enjoys reading, home interior decorating and going on park runs with her very spoilt dog, Tessie. View details »