James is a podiatrist graduated from University of Western Australia. He is the owner of Excel Podiatry Clinic, working in Willetton, Bull Creek, Bentley and Hammond Park. He has a total of 5 years of experiences working in community, and has experiences in treating advanced and high risk patients in public systems. He is fluent three languages in English,Mandarin and able to communicate in Cantonese and Malay. He also provides ongoing care and home visits for non-English speaking elderly people within the community.
Latest Treatment Available: Laser Therapy
James is one of the few podiatrists who is qualified and registered to treat patients with laser machine. Many have been reporting good results from laser treatments. In his clinics, Fungal Nail Infections Condition is the most commonly treated with laser, Mortons Neuroma, Warts and muscles tightness also reported positive results from laser therapy. Laser therapy is time-saving and painless compared to other treatment such as dry needling or surgery.
For more information about FOX Laser: https://www.excelpodiatryclinic.com/laser-therapy.html
Where are we located
Excel Podiatry Clinic are now available in three branches out in suburbs:
1) Apsley Medical Centre: Unit 3/73, Apsley Road, Willetton, 6155, Perth, WA
2) Bullcreek Medical Centre: Unit 2/79 Wheatley Drive, Bull Creek 6149, Perth, WA
3) Bentley Family Practice: Bentley Plaza 1140 Albany Highway Bentley, WA 6102
4) Cornerstone Family Podiatry: 1/2 Brushfoot Blvd, Success WA 6164
Call James on 0478 936 871 or click here to make an appointment online
How can podiatrist help:
We aspire to help elderly people with their ongoing routine nail and skin care issues commonly due to issues of been unable to reach their lower extremities. We also perform diabetic foot assessment to educate the importance of taking care of their feet, to prevent ulcerations, and to check their feet blood circulations and nerve sensation.
Adults and children with painful feet
We often performed a full biomechanical assessment & gait analysis on the patient to identify the cause and the root of the pain. With this, James will examining and studying the way you walk, assessing your overall gait patterns, checking for muscles activations and joint range of motions and others.
Treatments such as dry needling, deep tissues massage, laser therapy, ultrasonic therapy, taping, orthotics, Foot Mobilization Techniques (FMT), giving stretching and strengthening exercises etc will be tailored accordingly.
Kids with growing pain or walking in-toeing/walking funny
Seeing our own kids growing is a joy, however they might often complaints of calves muscles pain; walking funny in their developmental stage. When you notice something is not right, trust your guts, and bring them to see a podiatrist. Listen to their complaints and seek for solutions.
Surgery for Ingrown toenails and Warts
What to do when you see a warty lesions?
A wart lesion can often be misdiagnosed as a corn (calluses -hard, dead skin).
Warty lesion is a thickened callous like growth caused by the human papilloma virus. The infection occurs in the superficial layer of the skin. Sharp/tender pain can sometime be felt with a wart lesion. Plantar warts can be seen in all age groups but commonly affecting children and adolescents.
At Excel Podiatry clinic, we offer great range of treatment methods for the warty lesions; ranging from Acid application, liquid nitrogen applications, silver nitrate stick applications, needling techniques, laser therapy and Wart curettage surgery. So come down to check it out.
What to do when your big toenails always grow into your flesh?
Ingrown nails are painful and can lead to infection if not managed properly. Conservative care often includes simply cutting/trimming the offending spicule or portion of the nail. If required (ie recurrent or severe cases) only then; possible partial nail avulsion surgery with phenolisation can be discussed and performed on the day to remove the Ingrowing toenails permanently as a long term solution.
Get the Right Help
Sometimes it is hard to find a good restaurant, we keep on trying and exploring new places or through word of mouth, hopefully we can find the hidden gem of food. When we found one, we stick with that place. We understand of the uncertainty especially when you have never been to a podiatrist, or might feel discouraged by previous bad experiences. I got to tell you, come to meet James!.. you will get the profession and yet wholistic approached care. James always take a step further in caring his patients; that many of them have become his friends.
Oh…and one more thing, because of his extra care and willingness to take things seriously; very often he might identifies other existing problems which are giving rise to the signs and symptoms of your problems.