Foot health

Covid Stage 4 Lock down Update

Walk on Podiatry clinics are open during stage 4 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne, however we are restricted to “essential” services only during this period. DHHS state that Podiatrists can only provide services to deterioration necessitating escalation of care.

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Common Foot Injuries in Dancers

Ballet and Dance, although graceful and majestic, is notorious for how tough it can be on the body. Dancers put in hours of work in training. Learning routines. Practicing lifts. All for the end of year concert.

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Corns – Interdigital Corns

Corns are a sore spot of hard (although can be also be soft) discoloured skin on your feet and toes. These small area of localised callouses can occur on different areas on your feet including between your toes.

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How Can Your Podiatrist Help You This Pandemic?

As podiatrists we have a very important role to play in Australia’s health care system. In fact most people don’t realise that we play a pivotal role in people’s every day lives.

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Heel Pain in Children

Often referred to as "growing pains". Calcaneal Apophysitis or Sever's Disease can inhibit your child from being active but don't fear because, although it's known as “Sever’s Disease”, it is not actually a disease.

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Achilles Tendinopathy

Is the back of your heel sore? Is it painful first thing in the morning and after periods of rest? Do you get better as you move? If you are answering yes, then you may have an Achilles Tendinopathy.

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Spring Racing Season Footwear

Let’s face it, it’s no secret that high heels aren't good for your feet. We all know that they can cause a number of problems including corns, callouses, ankle sprains, Achilles injuries and various forefoot problems.

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Sleep For Injury Recovery

Sleep plays a crucial part in injury recovery. In fact sleep is often classified as the secret ingredient. Having a healthy sleeping pattern is so important for both physical and mental health. 8 hours of sleep every night allows your body to rest and recover.

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Pain

Pain management is required when helping people with longstanding pain and discomfort. Pain is an unlikeable experience in the body and a feeling we have all experienced.

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Dry Needling

Dry needling is a form of treatment commonly used by podiatrists, myotherapists and physiotherapists for managing muscular tightness. Are you feeling tightness in your foot and leg muscles? Are you noticing muscle spasms?

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