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Foot Tracks on Sand


47 Brookman Street, Suite 8-9

Kalgoorlie, 6430



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Opening Hours

Mon - Fri



8:00 am – 8:00 pm

9:00 am – 7:00 pm

9:00 am – 9:00 pm

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First visit guide

When you come for your appointment please remember to obtain and bring the following

  • Reports, X-rays, MRI's, CT scans etc and any other relevant information

  • Your referral letter from GP, physio or chiro if applicable

  • Medicare card or DVA card

  • Have your private health insurance card with you if you want the payments to be processed through HICAPS

  • Bring your footwear to be assessed

  • If you are consulting for your toenails, please remove your nail polish prior to the appointment 

To Cancel an appointment 

Telephone the office during business hours and allow at least 1 day's notice so that we can offer your appointment time to patients on our waiting list.

We recognise that your time is valuable, and we make every effort to run on time. Occasionally emergencies or patients require a little more time, and these cause scheduling delays beyond our control. We apologise if we keep you waiting.

First visit guide
Diabetes and Feet workshop
Diabetes and Feet workshop
31 Aug 2022, 11:00 am – 01 Sept 2022, 12:00 pm
47 Brookman St, Kalgoorlie WA 6430, Australia
Dr. Assia Abibsi, podiatrist
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Dr. Assia Abibsi, podiatrist 

My first language is a mix of Berber and English. I was born in England to my lovely Algerian parents. My grandma got sick in her hometown in North Africa and they decided to move and be closer to her. 15 years passed by; my family thought it was wise to move to Quebec, a French speaking Canadian province. I spent 15 happy years in North America where I had my circle of friends, did my podiatry training and where my family still is. One cold day, while I was shovelling the ice from my car window, it bloody broke. My car window broke under the ice. Can you believe that? At that specific moment, I had enough of those long winters, and I had to find a solution. I simply decided to become an Aussie and I came to Perth in 2020, a few weeks before the pandemic. So to everyone who likes to ask me where I am from, I am still not sure what I should be saying: "From everywhere!" or "I don't know where I am from really!" -Insert giggles here.  

Professional career

I have been practising podiatry since 2012, in both private and hospital settings. I also have 6 years of experience as a member of the Council of the Quebec Podiatry Board in Canada. I have worked in 3 different legislations (Quebec, Ontario and Western Australia) and I understand that podiatrists all over the world are highly trained health professionals of the foot and ankle pathologies.

I was trained in Quebec at UQTR and in New Work, USA at NYCPM, I practise in all areas of podiatry, with special interests in pharmacology, office-based surgical procedures, bone surgery assistant (pre-OP, intra-OP, post-OP), biomechanics, medical imaging (x-rays and ultrasound) and the diabetic foot management. I am a firm believer in multidisciplinary team care, and regularly involve and consult with other health professionals such as GPs, physiotherapists, chiropractors, or nutritionists. We are all trained to help.

I have been in 3 humanitarian aids missions, where we delivered high quality podiatry services and training to the local GPs and population. Morocco, Bolivia and 

My focus since 2018 is entrepreneurship and healthcare business. Solution-focused to optimise daily operations and coordinate clinical and non-clinical efforts to provide the best care for our patients while being efficient in time and money. #marketing #operations #management #digitalmarketing #patientcycle #systemisation

Why feet?

Why Kalgoorlie?

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