Manning Podiatry has been providing Podiatric care to the community of Manning and surrounding suburbs since 2008. As the community grew our clinic also responded to the growth by relocating to a newly renovated clinic within the Manning Medical Building in late 2019.
Our clinicians have always and will continue to focus on providing exceptional Podiatric service and care through innovative, evidence-based treatment modalities to get you back on your feet so you can focus on what you love doing most!
Manning Podiatry's priority is your foot health.
Dr. Hannah Chun
Senior Podiatrist & Podiatric Surgeon
B.Pod.M(UWA), D Clin.Pod(UWA)
UWA /Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine / 2008 - 2011
Asan Medical Centre/Fellowship F&A Orthopaedic Department/2012
UWA / Doctor of Clinical Podiatry / 2013 - 2017
Senior Lecturer UWA Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Division / 2017 - current
Fellow Australian Association of Podiatric Surgeons / UWA Podiatric Medicine Alumni
A 2011 UWA graduate, Dr. Hannah Chun is confident in providing evidence based podiatric treatment to all her patients. Wanting to endeavour further she undertook a 10 month fellowship in 2012 with Professor H.S. Lee, Head of the foot and ankle Orthopedic Department at Asan Medical Centre based in Seoul. To ground her experiences, she completed a post-graduate degree in Doctor of Clinical Podiatry at UWA to gain qualification as a Podiatric Surgeon. She holds strong clinical as well as theoretical knowledge and is passionate in assessing, managing and treating foot and ankle conditions with a professional yet friendly service.
Dr. Chun currently works at Manning Podiatry as well as teaches Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at UWA.
Dr. Joanne Ang
Joanne graduated from the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine course with distinction from the University of Western Australia in 2016.
She spent a year in Bunbury gaining invaluable clinical experience in podiatry and enjoying life in the regional southwest. She returned to Perth in 2018 to further her education as a surgical student in the Doctor of Podiatric Surgery programme at UWA, and to continue her work in private practice. Joanne enjoys all aspects of maintaining foot health and has strong interests in biomechanics and podiatric surgery.
In her spare time, Joanne loves travelling, attending the opera or musicals, martial arts, and e-sports.
Dr. Jun Yi Teh
Jun completed her Doctor of Podiatric Medicine with Distinction in 2019 at the University of Western Australia.
Jun is passionate in helping clients get back on their healthiest feet using evidence-based and a whole person approach. She finds fulfillment in seeing clients get happier and healthier with every treatment. She is interested in all aspects of podiatric care, with special interests in treating musculoskeletal conditions and podopaediatrics. She is also passionate in treating, managing and educating patients with high risk foot.
Outside of work, Jun enjoys working out, travelling and baking. Jun is fluent in Chinese, Cantonese and Malay.
Dr. Priyal Shah
Priyal graduated with a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine from The University of Western Australia in 2019. She has previously completed a Bachelor of Science majoring in Anatomy and Human Biology and Physiology, also from UWA.
Priyal has a keen interest in various aspects of Podiatry, particularly diabetic foot care, ingrown toenail complications, biomechanics and musculoskeletal pathologies. She is passionate in providing evidence-based and holistic care to all her patients, and is motivated to help them improve and maintain foot and ankle health.
In her spare time, Priyal enjoys trekking, swimming, working out and baking.