Meet The Team at Cambridge Podiatry

Jugat Kaur-Medibank Preferred Practitioner

Speaks Punjabi and Hindi

Jugat is a local graduate, having recently completed her degree in Podiatric Medicine from the University of Western Australia. She has been involved in a number of local activities in the wider community, with some including; volunteering at the Women’s Walk for Cancer and the Oxfam trail walker, where she provided foot care to participants as part of a large Podiatry team.

Jugat has a wide range of skills and experience in all aspects of Podiatry including; the treatment of ingrown nails, corns and calluses, problematic nails including fungal infections, warts and foot and ankle pain. Jugat has a keen interest in biomechanics and sporting injuries, involving the use of customised orthotics to help relieve painful symptoms and improve biomechanical function. Jugat is also able to provide comprehensive Diabetic foot assessments and be involved in the management of the ‘high risk foot’ including Diabetes and Arthritic conditions, as she is a strong believer in the phrase ‘prevention is better than management’.

When she’s not helping fix feet, Jugat keeps herself occupied with her passion for dance, enjoys running and playing netball and spending time with family and friends. Jugat works in our practice in the heart of the Wembley area, at Cambridge Podiatry, easily accessible on Cambridge Street, Wembley.

Kira Dunstall-Medibank Preferred Practitioner

Kira completed her podiatry training at the University of Western Australia with a Bachelor in Podiatric Medicine.

She has had vast experience in the tretament of general nail care, problematic ingrown nails, diabetic foot care, as well as biomechanical problems and acute and stress related injuries.

Having over 5 years experience working with athletic and casual footwear, Kira is also particularly keen on the importance of footwear in correction of common podiatry conditions.

Josh Cheng

Josh Cheng has returned to us from the England after spending the last four years working as a senior podiatrist for an elite medical sporting clinic in Manchester where he treated Sports Stars from Manchester City, was part of the team that provided the medical services for Wigan Warrior Rugby League (premiers in 09/10 and winn

ers of Challenge Cup in 2011) as well as looking after many Olympians leading up to the games. Josh’s special interest is biomechanical analysis and correction using orthotic therapy, joint mobilisation, trigger point therapy and strengthening the muscles of the feet to achieve rapid relief and lasting results from foot and ankle pain.

Josh’s expertise is getting the best biomechanical foot function to improve sports performance as well as help to fix biomechanical issues high up the legs, including knee pain and hip pain that has not resolved with regular treatment.