Roger graduated from Curtin University of Technology in 2000. He is the owner of the clinic and employs more than 10 staff members, both admin and podiatrists. Roger recently relocated the practice from Pinjarra Road to Anstruther Road when he bought out one of Mandurah’s longest serving podiatrists who went into retirement. Roger has a keen interest in biomechanics and sports injuries, dry needling and diabetes.
Kylie graduated from Curtin University in 1994, so has over 25 years experience. She initially owned and operated her own clinics in Perth for many years before selling and moving to Mandurah. She has a keen interest in Paediatric Developmental Conditions, biomechanics/orthotics, thorough diabetes assessments, dry needling/acupuncture in podiatry, joint mobilisation, non surgical management of ingrown toenails and routine podiatry care. Kylie has skills to prescribe & supply ankle/foot orthotics using the latest technology for patients post stroke, brain injury or other conditions.
Chris graduated from UWA in 2012 and has specialist qualifications in podiatric surgery. Chris can operate on anything to do with feet, such as bunions, hammer toes, neuromas, ingrown toenails and warts! He is qualified to do cortisone injections for conditions of the feet such as neuromas, heel spurs and painful joints. He has a keen interest in diabetes, sports podiatry and biomechanics. Chris is delighted to assist people in considering surgery without commitment to book for an operation.
Jae graduated from UWA in 2010 and she has a keen interest in diabetes related foot problems, paediatrics and biomechanics. Jae is a dedicated & compassionate podiatrist who will provide next level care for all of her patients.
Jae is currently on Maternity Leave after the birth of baby Girl,
She will be back at Mandurah Podiatry in due time.
Brian graduated from Curtin University in 2000. He initially travelled to the UK and worked in the NHS and private practice in England. He returned to Perth in 2006 and set up his own clinic in 2007. He has a keen interest in biomechanics and nail surgery.
Scot graduated from Queensland University and relocated to Perth to work at Royal Perth Hospital with a focus on diabetes high risk management and Scot is an author of a journal article covering offloading for diabetic feet. He has a keen interest in nail surgery, dry needling, joint mobilisation and uses this to manage foot pain and increase foot function.
Mandurah Podiatry welcomes our new podiatrist Douglas Veitch. Doug joins us
from NSW where he spent several years in the Royal Australian Navy as a team leader in logistics supply chain.
Doug then studied Podiatry at the University of NSW where he completed his studies in 2016 with distinction. He was awarded the Faculty of Health & Medicine Medal for outstanding academic achievement.
Doug will be available for consultation in late July, and we very much look
forward to him joining our team.
Sybil, Kerryn, Kim, Kelly, Gail
Sybil and Kerryn both started with Mandurah Podiatry in April 2004, they are now in their 15th year together with Roger Ricupero.
Joining them are Gail, Kim, Kelly and Julie to assist them with all Administration and Reception duties.
The Administration staff are experienced with;
Health fund Claiming - HICAPS
Veteran Affairs Claiming – DVA
Team Care Arrangements for Chronic Disease Management – EPC
National Disability Insurance Scheme – NDIS