Heidi completed a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Science in 2011. Following on from this she completed a Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation and finally completed a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine; all at The University of Western Australia.
In her time as a student Heidi was awarded the Dean’s Prize in Podiatric Medicine along with the Podiatrists Registration board of WA prize, the William T Woodhead Prize for Podiatric Biomechanics and the Podiatry WA Prize.
Heidi has been working privately since graduating in 2015. In this time Heidi has covered a broad aspect of podiatric complaints including sporting injury, general foot complaints, diabetic foot care, paediatrics, workplace injury and minor surgical procedures.
With her background in Exercise physiology, Heidi takes a keen interest in sporting injury, biomechanics and footwear however enjoys the broad scope that podiatrists cover.
Heidi has completed extensive training in the management of tendon injury and enjoys creating customised rehabilitation and strength programs for those people looking to overcome troublesome tendinopathies.
Heidi also has a wealth of experience in the management of recurrent ingrowing toenails.
Outside of working hours you will find Heidi in the gym, watching the footy or exploring Western Australia’s beautiful coastline freediving and spearfishing.
James completed a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine at The University of Westen Australia in 2013, and was the only graduate in WA to receive a hospital internship that year.
Upon completing his internship at Royal Perth Hospital, James moved into private practice where he has worked for the last 5 years alongside some of WA’s best foot and ankle surgeons and rehab physiotherapists. Having most recently worked within Perth CBD, he was the top rated podiatrist on HealthEngine during this time (2018-2019).
While his scope of practice is broad, he has a special interest in diabetic foot care, sports rehabilitation and paediatrics. An avid weightlifter, James placed at the State ICN Championships in 2017 as a fitness model - a background which he draws upon in practice to advise on safe ways to get back into to weightlifting post-injury.
Outside of practice James is a bit of a rockstar, having had 9 songs on JJJ in the last 18 months and toured the country several times with his bands