Is heel pain holding you back?
Are you tired of limping when you get out of bed?
Do you find yourself reducing your activity to avoid the pain in your foot?
A staggering 1 in 10 Australians will experience heel pain of some sort. Most will end up frustrated with
You are in the right place if….
- You are tired of taking timid steps
- You want lasting relief from your foot pain
- Your foot pain is limiting your life
In most cases your heel pain is due to plantar fascitiis, heel spurs or Achilles tendinitis! The good news is these are all treatable!
Try our evidence based approach and we guarantee you’ll feel better after your first treatment.
If this sounds like you and you want to get this sorted
For a limited time we are offering a GAP free heel pain assessment.
Here’s What You’ll Get!
- A comprehensive examination to assess the causes of any current injury or to measure your “injury risk factor” based on detailed orthopaedic tests, and if needed a personalised written plan (value $120.00)
- A complete Biomechanical Assessment including; a Video Gait Analysis of your walking pattern or a Gait scan using Parotech technology that measures 300/images per second. (value $79.00)
- A 3D foot scan to determine whether your posture is prone to injury and what do about it. (value $80.00)
You get this with no out of pocket expenses if you have private health insurance!
If you don’t have or you have run out of Private Health insurance you can have all this for $120.00! (Value $279.00)
All you have to do to claim this offer is mention the “Heel Pain Special” when making your appointment
Or fill out the form below and one of our staff will be in touch with you soon.
Special Terms and Conditions
1.This offer is only available to new clients to Podiatry Point or clients who have not had an appointment with us since 1st January 2017.
2. Limited to 4 bookings per week..
If you are not ready to commit check out our links below to get some tips on how you can start managing your heel pain today!!!
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Posted by The Podiatry Point on Wednesday, 11 April 2018