Clinic Blog

Managing Pronation

Foot pronation, is the way the foot rolls inward when you walk and run. It is often observed as inward tilting of the ankles and flattening of the arches, and is a normal part of walking and running to help the lower leg deal with shock. Some people pronate more than others, this is known […]

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Feel Free This Winter

Diabetes and Your Feet Have you wondered about the connection between diabetes and your feet?  In light of it being National Diabetes week (14th-20thJuly 2019) we thought it would be a good time to discuss that connection. Having diabetes may increase your risk of developing diabetes related-complications that include nerve damage called ‘peripheral neuropathy’ or poor circulation […]

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Why You Should See a Podiatrist

We can pretty them up with beautiful shoes and pedicures, but for the majority of Australians, the health of our feet only really gets our attention when something goes wrong and by that stage our whole body can suffer debilitating consequences. When it comes to podiatry many people are actually unaware of what a podiatrist […]

Foot Care Tips

Top Tips for Managing Bunions

Bunions are a very common foot problem amongst Australians, and while some people with bunions experience little or no symptoms, many people experience redness, swelling and excruciating pain – some bunions can even become so painful that putting on a shoe or walking can be difficult. Bunions tend to be genetic, and if you have […]