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Plantar Fascial Tear 

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Relocating the Pakenham Clinic 

In 2016 we will be saying goodbye to our amazing friends at Pakenham Lakeside Physiotherapy. Over the last 3 years, the team at Walk On Podiatry has worked very closely with this incredibly experienced and fun team of physiotherapists but the time has come for us to move. We thank you for the opportunity to provide podiatry care in such a supportive environment as it enabled us to ensure our patients always came first. Walk On Podiatry Pakenham will be re-opening on 4th January 2016 at it's new, premier location at 16/18-36 Lakeside Blvd, Pakenham (opposite the Coles driveway).   Read More...



5 tips on avoid foot or leg injuries this preseason 

Runner training smart to avoid injury this preseason.No matter what sport you play...football, netball, tennis...preseason training is about to kick off. For many suburban sporting clubs and sports people it already has. This time of year is often one where each club or team is trying to out do their competitors by training harder and getting fitter but it is also a time where old injuries return or new ones develop. The best thing you can do this season to get that edge over your competitors is prepare better to avoid injury. Below are a few simple tips on how to avoid foot and leg injuries this preseason. Read More...



Ingrown Toenails 

Ingrown toe nailsIf you have ever suffered from an ingrown toenail you will be quick to agree that the pain associated with it can be incredible! The sharp pain caused along the edge or at the corner of your nail when wearing closed footwear makes it feel like the nail is digging into your skin. Well…it actually is.

An ingrown nail occurs when a sharp corner or side of your nail presses and digs into the skin next to the nail edge. Once this nail pierces the skin, your toe and the surrounding area often becomes red and is painful to touch.  Read More...



Put a spring in your step! 

Spring weatherDo you have your feet ready for the spring?

Spring has arrived everyone! Despite the recent changes and inconsistency in Melbourne's weather, when thinking of spring, I often think of warm weather, blossoming flowers and the races at Flemmington. For most of us, spring signals vibrance, change and regrowth. It is the time of year where we come out of hibernation, shed out winter clothes and head out into the sunshine in search of warmth.  Read More...

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