Meet the Team

Here at Nedlands Podiatry, we are passionate about your health!

David Handojo – Podiatrist

David Handojo, Podiatrist in Nedlands

David obtained his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree from the University of Western Australia in 2019, after completing a Bachelor of Science majoring in physiology in 2016 at the same university. He has been working as a full-time podiatrist since the start of 2020 but has had experience in both private and hospital settings during his studies.
David enjoys all aspects of podiatry but has a particular interest in biomechanics, sport-related injuries, and other musculoskeletal injuries. This includes rehabilitation and management of ankle sprains, Achilles tendinopathy, plantar fasciopathy, hip pain, and knee pain. For these, he can prescribe appropriate exercises to gradually load and strengthen affected tendons, strengthen weak muscles, and stretch tight muscles. In addition to this, he likes to use adjunct therapies such as manual therapy and dry needling to assist with rehabilitation. Other treatments that David provides include orthotic therapy, ankle mobilisations, intrinsic foot muscle strengthening, conservative and surgical ingrown toenail management, and diabetic foot management. David has also had training in the use of microwave therapy for treatment verruca and extracorporeal shockwave therapy for treatment of musculoskeletal injuries.
Since graduating, David has furthered his clinical skills through regular professional development sessions and seminars covering various aspects of podiatric treatment. These include leaning about options for surgical management of podiatric conditions, updates on orthotic prescription, ACL rehabilitation, barefoot strengthening, and keeping up to date on major athletic footwear brands.
In his spare time David loves to dance, currently training in both popping and choreography. His current dance goals are to regularly compete in street dance/popping battles, and to someday compete in a national dance competition as a part of the crew he trains with. Apart from dance, David also loves singing, playing guitar, drawing, travelling, and hanging out with friends.
David always aims to provide a high quality of care to all patients, ensuring that they are properly looked after in the long term. He believes in the importance of ensuring that patients get as much as possible out of their appointments and are properly educated to be able to follow through with their treatment plan after they leave the clinic. David also loves learning about people and having a good chat with patients so that they feel comfortable and welcome. He hopes to resolve your problems and get you back on your feet as fast as possible!

Debbie Liu – Podiatrist

Debbie Liu, Podiatrist in Nedlands

Debbie graduated from the University of Western Australia with a degree in Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 2018. Prior to this she completed 3 years of Bachelor of Science majoring in Biomedical Science. Since graduating she has worked in a number of healthcare settings. These include private practises, nursing homes and retirement villages across Perth.

She now has nearly 3 years of experience working as a Podiatrist and have gained extensive knowledge and skills in the treatment of lower limb conditions. Debbie is a caring and friendly Podiatrist, and she strongly believes in providing a thorough and holistic approach to treating lower limb conditions, as every individual is unique and must be treated in their own way. She is passionate about treating all areas of lower limb conditions, particularly general foot care, diabetic foot assessment and management, musculoskeletal conditions, prescription of foot orthoses, and ingrown toenail treatments and surgery.

Over the last three years Debbie has attended numerous conferences and continuing education events to continuously update and polish her knowledge and skillset to ensure that she provides the most up to date and evidence-based practise. These include as the annual Podiatry WA day, Diabetic foot conference, and more recently a workshop on the latest 3D printed custom foot orthoses.

Debbie migrated to Australia with her family over 17 years ago from China, and Perth is where they have lived for the past 15 years. As a result, she speaks both fluent Mandarin and English.

Outside of work Debbie enjoys the outdoors. These include activities such as hiking, cycling and playing social badminton. As she leads such an active lifestyle, she has also experienced first-hand and seen many feet related conditions from herself and the people around her. Through this she has furthered her understanding of the importance of our feet and the need to care for them. When she is home, she also enjoys taking the time to relax, spend time with family and friends, and work on her other hobby-painting. Debbie
likes to do a variety of portraits, landscapes and abstract art with the use of different paint medium such as acrylic, watercolour and oil.

Andrew Huynh – Podiatrist

Andrew Huynh- Podiatrist in Nedlands

Andrew graduated from Podiatry in 2014 with a Bachelors in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia. He has a keen eye for the latest in evidence-based practice and will always use to the very best of his knowledge in providing the highest quality of Podiatry care.

Since graduating, Andrew has worked for over 10 years in podiatry across multiple clinical practices throughout the Western Australia and has recently done a 2 year in Melbourne, Victoria with one of the state’s leading orthotic technology companies. He has found success in providing high quality podiatry care to his patients as well as always striving for success and improvement.

Andrew has a firm grasp and interest in all aspects of Podiatry, but has a particular passion in adequate footwear, foot & posture abnormalities, heel pain, ingrown toenail management, fungal nail treatment, and especially plantar verrucae (warts). He also has knowledge in dry-needling and shockwave therapy which can be used for many podiatry cases.

Outside of podiatry Andrew likes to catch up with friends, perform in power-lifting competitions, and is currently taking up the gentle art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to increase his strength and general well-being. From this, Andrew is able to form connections between the body and feet, achieving a greater understanding of how to treat and accommodate to everyone’s needs.

Susan Cameron – Receptionist

Susan Cameron, Receptionist in Nedlands

I was born in New Zealand and lived in the North Island on a dairy farm and spent my summers in the Bay of Islands. I came to Australia around 36 years ago and worked on a mine site in Southern Cross. Here I met my husband, and we left Southern Cross for Perth after a number of years with two children. We then operated our own business for 26 years which we sold, and I am now enjoying working for such a friendly team at Nedlands Podiatry.

In my spare time I try to enjoy a daily walk around my local lake and start the day with a bit of yoga. Cooking is fun, especially trying new recipes and I have a bit of a propensity for buying recipe books.

Having a family who played so much sport, I have ended up enjoying and watching most sports, especially cricket and netball.