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  • What does a podiatrist do?

    Podiatrists deal with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of medical and surgical conditions of the feet and lower limbs.

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  • Laser Therapy for Fungal Toenails

    It is estimated that over 2 Million people in Australia suffer from Fungal toenails! Fungal toenails often referred to as “nail rot”, podiatrists and dermatologists describe theses nails as discoloured, often thick and  brittle appearing yellow, brown and even black. The nail  frequently has a fowl odour smell similar to blue cheese. Conventional treatments are […]

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    Thickened Nails
  • Children’s foot and ankle care

    Children’s feet differ from those of adults, as they are not yet fully formed. Children’s feet have a unique developmental pattern of their own and hence, are quite fragile.

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    Children's Podiatry
  • Footwear advice

    What should you look for when buying new shoes?
    Check out our tips on buying the right footwear.

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Treating Heel Spur Pain.

Is your heel being a pain? Heel pain is one of the most common conditions treated by podiatrists.

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Sports Podiatry Care

Any sporting activity, which involves, walking, running or jumping places greater physical demands on the body, and especially on your feet.

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marathon runners

Orthotic insoles and ankle rehabilitation

Foot orthoses or orthotics are shoe inserts also known as arch supports which are prescribed and designed to support, align or assist in the foot and lower limb function during walking and running as your individual needs and biomechanics.

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Diabetes and foot health

Diabetes and foot health

Diabetes has increased 300% in the last ten years. Approximately 1.4 million Australian’s have diabetes and half still remain undiagnosed.

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