Your Podiatry Canberra is conveniently co-located with Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy to offer the ultimate lower limb biomechanical solutions.
Our podiatrists are trained to treat conditions from:
- Pelvis to feet
- Paediatrics to the elderly
- Elite athletes to those with chronic illness or co-morbidities
- Lower limb pain & injuries
- General nail care - thickened, fungal & ingrown toenails
- General foot care - corns, calluses & plantar warts
- Diabetes checks
Don’t let foot & ankle pain stop you from your daily activities & doing the things you love to do!
Foot and ankle pain can really impact on your daily enjoyment of life. It can stop you from doing the daily activities you love to do. That’s where our expert Podiatrists can help.
If foot pain, knee pain, corns, bunions, ingrown toenails or any other foot or skin condition is holding you back, we’ll help you return to the activities you love to do. From running a park run, taking long walks with friends and family or chasing after your kids or grandkids, our focus will always be to help you move better and feel better.
Your Podiatry Canberra is in two convenient locations at Gungahlin and Canberra City West. Your Podiatry Canberra is co-located with Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy which can give you the flexibility of having easy access to expert advice and treatment from other allied health professionals. Give our friendly receptionists a call on 6262 4464 to get you started on your journey to wellness. Helping you move better and feel better is our speciality.
Here we will discuss some running myths that you may have heard often and debunk them for you. We’ll take a look at just 3 of of them and give you the cold hard truth. Many people, runners and non-runners, would all love to give their opinion on running!! There were always many varying different…
A Podiatrist looks after the health of your feet and lower limbs. In Australia, Podiatrists are registered with the Australian Health Practitioners Registration Authority, also known as AHPRA. This is the same for New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In the UK, the Health and Care Practitioners Council, known as HCPC, is the body where Podiatrists are…
What are Ingrown Toenails? Ingrown toenails are a relatively common complaint that we see as podiatrists. To best explain how and why they occur and what is the treatment options for them, lets have a look at them from the small scale (cellular) process and then look at the larger environmental causes. …
Which orthotics are suitable for me? Orthotics are an area of much debate among the podiatry community particularly regarding which orthotare the most appropriate. As lower limb injuries such as Plantar Fasciitis have become more common, a larger variety of orthotics have become available to the public with many health professionals and even supermarkets…
It can be a bit a trial and error to find the best running shoes for your foot type. Foot health for Runners can help you avoid injuries and extend your running. No matter if your aiming for your first 5km race, your first Ultra Marathon or even a endurance multi-sport event. We can all…
Shin splints and shin pain is a common complaint that we see at Your Podiatry Canberra. It is particularly common in sports such as running and mainly distance runners. It can also occur in any sports that involve running such as football, soccer, AFL and netball. Shin Pain Vs Shin Splints Shin pain is usually…
Orthotics for Children are an ethically sticky topic among the podiatry community. Similarly, public opinion can sometimes be wary when orthotics are being discussed. This conjecture has come about from a number of factors including; the cost; differing opinions between podiatrists; the selling of orthotics by other professions such as doctors, chiropractors and physiotherapist; over…
Are you going on holiday soon? These travel tips for feet will help you prepare for your holiday and not let foot pain and injury ruin your holiday. Holidays! Everyone loves a holiday, there are so many places to explore around the globe. Be it exploring the borough’s of New York. Maybe a European holiday…
The Tibialis Posterior, a muscle that sounds like the cross between a bone, the Tibia and a functional position – Posterior. Surely this can’t be that an important muscle within the lower limb? Related posts: Plantar Fasciitis Heel Pain: Symptoms and Best Treatment For You? Foot Problems and How a Podiatrist Can Help (Part 2)
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every single day.
MOVE BETTER. FEEL BETTER
Your Podiatry Canberra is co-located with Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy in Gungahlin and City West.