Bounce Podiatry was founded back in 2014 with a mission to improve people’s lives by showing them the power of podiatry.
Our West Australian, family owned and operated business which has developed into being one of the leading progressive podiatry clinics in Perth. We use research and innovative technology to provide expert care.
We focus on supporting our community through initiatives such as our free community presentations on our focus areas; arthritis, and the feet or heel pain.
Our three pillars:
We are passionate about podiatry and helping the community.
We strive to help our clients and community to reach their full potential.
We are committed to helping our clients and community to perform at their best.
Meet Our Team
Dr Renee Silvester
Podiatrist and Director
An established podiatrist in the Perth community with a special interest in treating complex musculoskeletal conditions. Renee works with her clients using advanced techniques such as Shockwave Therapy and Low Level Laser Therapy. These therapies are effective in managing Plantar Fasciitis (heel pain) and Arthritis.
Dr Paul Doan
Paul is an enthusiastic podiatrist who graduated with Distinction in the Doctor of Podiatric Medicine course at UWA. He’s passionate about evidence based care and the use of advanced technologies to make sure patients walk away with happy feet. Paul has a special interest in treating musculoskeletal conditions such as heel pain. He also enjoys working with patients affected by metabolic disorders such as diabetes. Paul can converse in Vietnamese.
Dr Kingsley Ung
Kingsley completed his Doctor of Podiatric Medicine at UWA. Since graduating, he’s worked in Kalgoorlie servicing the Goldfields region as well as around metro Perth. Kingsley enjoys all aspects of podiatry with special interests in biomechanics and musculoskeletal conditions.
We’ll find a solution that suits you
We are committed to solving the problem rather than offering a quick fix. In addition to treatment we’ll provide advice on how you can make small adjustments to reduce your pain, minimise the risk of injury and improve your quality of life.