Jasmine graduated from the University of Western Australia (UWA) with Bachelor of Podiatric Medicine (BPodM). Jasmine is a valued member of the Allied Health profession who registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) to assess, diagnose and treat foot and lower limb pathologies.
Being an avid learner, Jasmine regularly attends professional development workshops, seminars and conferences to stay up to date with current evidence and optimal treatment techniques for positive outcomes. Jasmine has completed additional training in dry needling, foot mobilization, tapping, orthotic therapy and jones-counterstrain techniques.
Languages spoken other than English include Mandarin Chinese and Malay.
Jasmine has experience working in a variety of clinical settings, ranging from hospitals, private practice, community centers and aged care facilities. She also has previous experience working at a private practice in Geraldton, providing podiatry services to the local community, private hospital, and aged care facilities. Having been involved with rural and multidisciplinary practice, she understood the importance of multidisciplinary based, continuing and comprehensive holistic healthcare.
Jasmine has interest and passion in all aspect of podiatry, particularly in general foot care, biomechanical, paediatrics and high-risk foot management. She believes podiatry care is essential across all age groups - early detection, regular foot management and assessment are the best preventative measures. Outside of work, Jasmine enjoys spending time with her family, reading and traveling. She also enjoys meeting people from various cultures and backgrounds.
Jasmine is passionate about assisting her patients towards improving their quality of life and get back to their feet as soon as possible. Jasmine believes that every individual is different and shows this by tailoring her treatment approach in accordance with the patient's goal.