top of page
Image by Shifaaz shamoon


  • What do podiatrists do?
    Podiatrists are experts in foot, ankle and lower limb health. They can help to prevent, diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions including: toenail problems, such as thickened, fungal or ingrown toenails, corns and calluses, warts, athlete's foot, dry and cracked heels, flat feet, bunions, heel pain, ageing feet, blisters, gout, sports injuries.
  • What to bring to your podiatry appointment?
    Please bring anything to your appointment that you feel will assist with your diagnosis and treatment. This may include referral letters, current medication list, footwear and any relevant test results such as X-rays or ultrasound reports. We recommend you wear loose, comfortable clothing that will not restrict movement and enable us to see and assess your lower limbs.
  • Who should see a Podiatrist?
    If you suffer from any of these symptoms, you should see a podiatrist. I have ongoing pain in my foot, toenail, heel, ankle or knee I have sores or blisters on my feet I have uneven shoe wear My walk has changed or I am tripping more frequently My feet have a rash, scales, hardness, cracks or peeling skin I have diabetes or arthritis I have limited movement and can’t reach my feet
  • Do I need a referral to attend?
    You do not need a referral to attend our clinic. We accept Medicare referrals and health fund providers. ****NDIS, WC, AGED CARE, DVA.
bottom of page