Specialising in sports and family podiatry, Elite Podiatry Coogee opened in 2010 now with a staff of 3 podiatrists available for consultation. Our podiatrists are highly trained in clinical biomechanics and sports injuries, with extensive experience tailoring treatment plans to individual needs and activity levels. A close knit team, we meet regularly to discuss treatment plans to ensure we support you in achieving the best possible outcome for your needs.
We are committed to providing ongoing professional development, always seeking the most "innovative and state-of-the-art" treatments for our patients. We pride ourselves in delivering outstanding customer service and unique treatments to assist in resolving those complicated and difficult cases.
At Elite Podiatry, we are a sports clinic offering fast and effective pain relief treatments with highly trained and specialised podiatrists. We service all areas south of Perth.Our Services
Our mission is help as many people as we can live comfortable and pain free lives.Book Now
We have extended opening hours for your convenience.
Our team of experienced podiatrists are here to help. Initial assessment involves a thorough assessment and treatment plan tailored specifically for your needs. Our aim is to get you back on your feet and pain free as soon as possible.
Rachael Ferguson, Principal Podiatrist, graduated from Curtin University in 2004, beginning her career working as a podiatrist in community health and private practice. While working in community health, Rachael was actively involved in the community in presenting and public speaking at seminars, including appearing regularly on Curtin FM with Jenny Seaton talking about common podiatry related complaints.
Rachael is passionate about health and wellness and is experienced in all aspects of podiatry including general treatment, children, sports injuries, nail surgery and advanced biomechanics.
Shortly after graduating Rachael discovered her passion in biomechanics, chronic pain and injury. Over the years that followed she completed many courses in dry needling, acupuncture, soft tissue therapy and manual techniques in the attempt to improve her skills, knowledge and developing more effective treatment plans for her patients.
Rachael also invented a shoe insert (orthotic) called Synxsole (featured on Channel 10's hit TV show Shark Tank) where she landed a deal with Shark, Andrew Banks. Outside of the clinic, Rachael leads an action packed and full life including being the CEO of Synxsole Orthotics, enjoying spending quality time with her husband and kids, blogging about her health and wellness journey through "The Healthy Podiatrist" as well as writing e-books on common podiatry complaints.
Julia Partridge, Senior Podiatrist joined the Elite Podiatry Coogee team in November 2013 after immigrating with her family from England. Julia is a keen runner and has a strong passion for health and fitness which is what initially lead Julia to complete her first bachelor degree in Sports Science. After discovering her love of human biomechanics, Julia then completed her second degree in Podiatry at Brighton University.
Julia is passionate about helping patients suffering from chronic pain which had led to her undertaking further training in dry needling, soft tissue techniques and laser acupuncture. Julia is extremely kind hearted always going above and beyond for her patients.
Passionate about health and wellness, you will always find her reading books and journals about anything health related whilst researching new tips and tricks to help her patients. When Julia isn't in the clinic she is often outdoors, training for her next half marathon and running with her dog or spending time with her family.
Andrew Wilson joined the Elite Podiatry Coogee team in 2017, complementing the team with his strong passion for biomechanics and minor surgery. Andrew completed his first degree, Bachelor of Science in Exercise Health which gave him the opportunity to work along side elite sporting teams. This experience highlighted the impact of lower limb injury on performance and lead to a keen interest in the field of podiatry.
Andrew then completed his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at The University of Western Australia and shortly after completed further training in dry needling techniques and soft tissue therapies.
Andrew is always willing to go the extra yard for his patients, taking great pride in the service and care he provides patients. When he is not in the clinic, Andrew loves teaching children to play the piano, boating on the swan river and learning Italian.