Meet The Team
George Street Podiatry clinic has 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.
B.Sci.(Pod) B . Com, Curtin University, Fremantle, Western Australia
Josh Cheng has returned to us from the UK after spending the last four years working as the podiatrist for an elite medical sporting clinic in Manchester where he treated superstars from Manchester City, was part of the team that provided the medical services for Wigan Warrior
Rugby League (premiers in 09/10 and winners of Challenge Cup in 2011) as well as looking after Olympic runners. Josh’s special interest is biomechanical analysis and correction using orthotic therapy, joint mobilisation, trigger point therapy and strengthening the muscles of the feet to achieve rapid relief and lasting results from foot and ankle pain.
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!
Christian graduated from the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine. Whilst previously working in Sir Charles Gairdiner Hospital, specialising in the management of high risk feet, Christian enjoyed the challenge of fixing and providing people with solutions to their foot pain. Over the course of his career as a Podiatrist, Christian has found a special interest in sports injuries, biomechanics and Podiatric surgery.
Christian is always striving to expand his academic knowledge. He holds a surgical registrar position with The University of Western Australia and is currently completing a clinical doctorate in order to gain specialist registration as a podiatric surgeon.
Outside of work, Christian is a keen athlete and a former player of the Subiaco Lions Football Club. He enjoys maintaing a healthy balance of social, academic and outdoor interests.
Christian is dedicated to providing a service with compassion and diligence, and looks forward to your next appointment with him.