Paul Armanasco

Mr Paul Armanasco


Paul Armanasco BSc MSc FACPS is a podiatric foot and ankle surgeon, having completed fellowship exams and attaining specialist registration in 2012. He finished his undergraduate podiatry degree in 1998, his masters in 2006. He was a trainee within the Australasian College of podiatric surgeons fellowship training program 2006 – 2012.
Paul Minon

Paul Minon

B.Sc. Podiatry
B. Nursing
D. Reflexology

Paul Minon is an associate of the practice. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Podiatry (Curtin University), a Bachelor of Nursing (Edith Cowan University) and a Diploma of Reflexology (Reflexology Academy of WA).

Paul has special interest and experience in musculo-skeletal pain & biomechanics through orthotic therapy. He also offers prolotherapy, IASTM, mobilisation and manipulation of the foot and ankle.

Sarah Grant

Sarah Grant

BSc (Hons) Pod HND Biol

Sarah is an associate of the practice, she qualified from the University of Ulster, Jordanstown in Northern Ireland after studying biology followed by an honors degree in Podiatry. She enjoys all aspects of podiatry particularly children’s foot problems, lower limb biomechanical issues and orthotic therapy.


Kate Hollis

BSc Pod.

Kate completed her Podiatry degree at La Trobe University in Melbourne in 1998. She brings over 18 years experience in all areas of Podiatry to the practice. Kate is passionate about delivering professional care to people of all ages, with special interests in children’s podiatry, Diabetes footcare and biomechanics.

Noosha Behshad


Noosha completed her Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences degree at La Trobe University. She furthered her graduate studies in Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) at the University of Western Australia and graduated with experience in the major hospitals of WA. Additionally, her interest in foot and ankle surgery led her to undertake multiple external clinical and surgical placements in the United States. Noosha strives to adapt a patient centred and holistic approach to treatment of all podiatric problems, using dry needling, exercise regimes, orthotic manufacture, and shockwave therapy. Her main podiatric interests are flat foot, heel pain, lower limb pain, children’s developmental foot problems, nail and skin conditions and ingrown nails.
Joanne Ang

Joanne Ang

BCom/BEcons DPM (UWA)

Joanne completed her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia, after finishing her undergraduate degrees in Queensland. She enjoys working in all aspects of podiatry and has recently completed a course in dry needling of the lower limbs. She hopes to raise more awareness in the community about what podiatrists can offer, and endeavours to provide a high standard of treatment to all patients with a gentle touch.