Our Podiatrists and Support Staff

Administration Mandurah Podiatry

Administration Staff – Kerryn, Sybil and Julie

Kerryn, Sybil and Julie have been employed with Mandurah Podiatry Clinic for many years, and are crucial in ensuring that all patients consistently receive friendly, efficient service.

Benjamin Trewben Mandurah Podiatry

Benjamin Trewben

Ben graduated from Curtin University in 2000 and has gained vast experience in both private practice & public sector podiatry here & in the UK.

With three years at Royal Perth Hospital (18 months as senior podiatrist) & two years in public sector podiatry in the UK, Ben has extensive experience in managing diabetic & other high-risk feet.

Before studying podiatry Ben completed two years of a Sports Science degree & was an active Level 1 Sports Trainer. This love of sports & biomechanics has helped Ben deliver effective podiatry care for active people who like to stay on their feet. Ben uses a vast array of mobilisation & dry needling techniques to compliment his other podiatry skills, to improve foot function & relieve pain.

In his spare time Ben loves spending time with his small (but growing) family & participates socially in triathlon events.

Margaret Coleiro Mandurah Podiatry

Margaret Coleiro

Margaret graduated from UWA in 2010 and joined the Mandurah Podiatry Clinic team in 2011. She has a special interest in diabetes foot problems, paediatric foot conditions and general treatment.

She is a competitive hockey player and enjoys travelling back to South Australia to see her family.

Brian Morris Mandurah Podiatry

Brian Morris

Brian graduated from Curtin University in 2000, with a Bachelor of Science (Podiatry).

He travelled to the UK and worked in the NHS and private clinics in England before returning to Perth in 2006, where he commenced employment at Mandurah Podiatry Clinic. He also has clinics in Kwinana and Mosman Park.

His personal interests include playing golf and Irish dancing.

Chris Gilomen Mandurah Podiatry

Chris Gilomen

Chris graduated from UWA in 2012 joining Mandurah Podiatry Clinic with a fresh outlook in podiatry. He has an interest in biomechanics and sports podiatry.

He is originally from the Southwest of WA and is a keen surfer and diver.

Scot Thomas Mandurah Podiatry

Scot Thomas

After graduating from Queensland University of Technology Scot moved to Perth and began working at Royal Perth Hospital, focusing on diabetic high-risk foot care. He is a published author of a journal article looking at improving offloading for diabetic patients.

Scot has completed courses in dry needling as well as mobilisation and enjoys using these techniques to help patients manage pain and increase foot function.

Scot enjoys an active lifestyle and is involved in cycling, running and triathlon.

Jae Moffat

Jae graduated From UWA in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science (Podiatry) and joined Mandurah Podiatry Clinic in 2011. She has a special interest in diabetes-related foot problems, paediatric foot conditions and general treatment.

She was born and raised in Perth but enjoys travelling extensively. She is a keen swimmer and competes in the Rottnest Channel swim annually.

Roger Ricupero

Roger graduated from Curtin University in 2000, with a Bachelor of Science (Podiatry). His main areas of interest are diabetes, biomechanics and paediatric foot conditions.

He started working at Mandurah Podiatry Clinic in 2001 and purchased the business in 2003. He has a keen interest in sports and running injuries, and has been podiatrist for Peel Thunder WAFL Club and Mandurah Triathlon Club.

He also owns The Athlete’s Foot Mandurah and has specialist knowledge of footwear and sporting injuries.

He has a keen interest in cycling and triathlon.

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