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I woke up with pain in my heel!  Do I have a heel spur? Have you recently woken up with heel pain and wondered where it came from? Here is the secret to figuring out your heel pain! Heel pain is a common occurrence that affects 1 in 10 people at some point of time […]

Lisa is a podiatrist of 20 years and previous Queensland Soccer Player. She is the director of Podiatry Point and brings her wealth of knowledge and experience to a subject that is close to her heart! Do you want to know how to pick the right football boot? Do you want to know how to […]

Do you have heel pain or foot pain caused by plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendonitis?  Have you found out the root cause of your pain? “10% of all people will experience heel pain at some stage. Cortisone injections will only mask the symptoms they will not cure the condition.  Often times when cortisone does help […]

Morton’s Neuroma is a trapped nerve that often affects the third and fourth toes and leads to a sharp stabbing pain between the long bones of the front of your foot and numbness around the ball of the foot that can extend into the toes. This condition is common in people who have a lot […]

A common condition that people request an appointment at our clinic for is an ingrown toenail. Anybody who has had one of these will tell you that it can be utter agony. Wearing shoes is a nightmare. Walking distances is torture. And if somebody treads on your foot, you should not be held responsible for […]

Want to know how diabetes affects your feet? Diabetes is when the body is unable to convert blood glucose, (blood sugar), allowing blood sugar levels to vary greatly.  This can cause immediate and/or long term damage to the body’s soft tissues and particularly the nerves and blood vessels.  Often people with diabetes are at risk […]

We get our children’s teeth checked at a dentist and eyes checked by an optometrist, but have you ever considered checking their feet with a lower limb specialist? Podiatry is relatively less understood than the above mentioned professions.   It is recommended that all children have their feet checked between 4 and 7 years of […]

There are several ways in which autism can impact your child’s feet and sometimes a child with autism may need extra care and attention. Children with autism don’t easily integrate all the information needed to learn a new skill such as walking, or may use different pathways in their brain, which are less efficient. Children with […]

In this article we will tell you all you need to know to get through Menopause with your feet intact. Are you menopausal, peri-menopausal or post-menopausal and concerned about the changes that are happening? As with many things our body goes through throughout our lives; our feet and lower limbs are affected by the various […]