Dr. Eve Lin (Principal Podiatrist)
Eve set up Eden Podiatry Clinic in 2014, and prides herself on creating a friendly, caring and professional environment for patients and staff. She particularly enjoys the geriatric, paediatric and sports fields of podiatry, and always says that the best thing about podiatry is that the feet comes attached to a person, so she always gets to meet different individuals!
She is originally from Singapore and goes back on a yearly basis to see her family. She loves animals and has a very spoiled cat and an extremely mischievous German shepherd pup.
*Note: Eve is away on maternity leave until the end of 2019, but will definitely be back!
Dr. Dong Joseph (Podiatrist)
Dong graduated with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia in 2012 and has worked in a variety of settings including private practice and as a community podiatrist. His experience working in such a broad setting allows him to provide top quality care to patients of all ages and backgrounds. Dong is quick to build relationships and enjoys getting to know his patients, both of which help him provide a holistic, patient-focused level of care. His passion for his profession and participation in continuing professional development activities see him to provide optimal results for his patients.
Dr. Christine Manalip (Podiatrist)
Christine graduated from the University of Western Australian with a Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine degree in 2014. She enjoys all aspects of Podiatry, with a particular interest for people with high risk conditions such as diabetes and peripheral vascular diseases. Christine has gained great experience working in private practice before moving to Tan Tock Seng Hospital (Singapore) for 2 years as part of their multi-disciplinary team, providing holistic treatment to her patients. During her stay, she actively undertook multiple quality improvement projects. On top of that, she was involved in multiple volunteering works and gave talks to increase public awareness. Christine regularly participates in professional courses and has qualifications in mobilisation, dry needling and rock-taping. In her spare time, she enjoys pilates, scuba diving and watching movies.
Dr. Joanne Ang (Podiatrist)
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, archery, and e-sports.
Dr. Christopher Gilomen (Podiatrist)
Since graduating from the University of Western Australia in 2011, Chris has worked in a variety of private settings and has developed expertise in treating a multitude of conditions ranging from diabetic foot care, musculoskeletal injury/ sports injury, routine care, ingrown toenail surgery and complex nerve pain. Chris has a special interest in the implementation of orthotic therapy and dry needling techniques to treat lower limb pain. Chris enjoys all sports but is particularly passionate about basketball.
Hi my name is Tiffany and I am the receptionist at Eden Podiatry. After completing my Diploma of Beauty Therapy at the end of 2017 I realised that beauty was not the career path I wanted to take anymore as I gained a strong interest in medical reception; two years later, I am now working at the lovely Eden Podiatry. The things I do in my spare time vary - one side of me loves being in nature, going camping, fishing, FWD and exploring with my dog Buster, and the other side of me loves being wined and dined by my partner Dylan.
I hope you have learned a little bit more about your receptionist for when you visit Eden Podiatry!