Michael Taranto and Julie Taranto Podiatric Surgeons
Get to know our Podiatric Surgeons
As Fellows of the Australasian College of Podiatric Surgeons (FACPS) and Commonwealth Accredited Podiatric Surgeons, both Mr Michael Taranto and Dr Julie Taranto are highly competent surgeons that are esteemed in the industry.
Together, they have 20 years of combined surgical experience, some impressive accolades, and a killer sense of humour.
Dr Julie Taranto
Julie is an accomplished Podiatric Surgeon who holds Honours and Post Graduate Degrees in Podiatry from Curtin University and Masters of Medical Science Research Degree from the University of Western Australia.
Her research papers have been published in international scientific journals including The Foot, the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association.
Julie enjoys running in her spare time, having completed a couple of marathons. She enjoys maintaining a healthy lifestyle and is actively involved in the community, having also participated in the MACA Ride to Conquer Cancer. Julie enjoys undertaking triathlons, especially when it's a shared team event with Michael undertaking the swim component of the event.
A mother of three children herself, she understands the pressures of family life and gives down-to-earth, practical advice to her patients.
Mr Michael J Taranto
Michael is a dedicated podiatric surgeon who holds First Class Honours and a Post Graduate Degree in Podiatry from Curtin University and a Masters of Medical Science Research Degree from the University of Western Australia.
Whilst studying at Curtin University, Michael achieved membership to the Vice Chancellors List, recognising him among the top 1% of Curtin University students.
He has also had his research papers published in international scientific journals including The Foot, Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery and the Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association.
He keeps up his fitness so that he can continue to undertake the swim component of the Busselton half ironman every year and is hoping to undertake the Rotto Swim solo next year. It also helps him tag team with his equally fit wife, Julie, to provide the best patient care and availability in the clinic.