Podiatry in Frankston, Hastings, Narre Warren, Pakenham Lakeside and Chelsea.

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Walk On Podiatry

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...

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...

Fungal nails or Toe Nail Fungus 

Fungal Nails or Toe Nail FungusFungal nail infections are the most common disease that effect toenails and is the main cause of about half of all nail abnormalities. Onychomycosis is the medical term used to describe this nail appearance. 

A fungal nail infection can effect either toe nails or finger nails, but is most common in toe nails and is prevalent in approximately 6-8% of adults. The appearance of this infection differs depending on the type of fungal nail infection present. Read More...

Diabetes and caring for your feet 

Diabetes can cause a number of complications when it comes to your foot health. Despite everything we know about Diabetes and management, prevention is the best cure.Diabetes can have a significant effect on the health of your feet but like most things, prevention is the best medicine. Keeping your foot healthy with a careful daily foot care regimen will help prevent some of the risks associated with diabetes.

You should start by having a preparing a kit to help you care for your feet. This foot care kit should contain nail clippers, a nail file, moisturising cream, a pumice stone and hand mirror (for safety, a non-breakable mirror). Storing these things together makes it easier to follow your daily foot care routine.

If followed, these 8 simple tips should help keep your feet safe from harm and healthy:  

Anzac Day - Trench Foot 

Anzac DayToday is Anzac Day and we remember all those who served our country. Not only did they have to fight the enemy on the battlefields but they were fighting some pretty serious foot problems too! 

Trench Foot was a condition that caused significant problems for our Anzacs, their friends and their foes. During World War I, trench warfare was all the rage.  Read More...