17 02, 2021

nailKALM – clinically proven to kill nail fungus

By | February 17th, 2021|

nailKALM a new topical in the fight against nail fungus Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics are now stockists of nailKALM - a new Australian made topical anti-fungal agent that is clinically proven to provide effective treatment and care for unsightly toenails prone to fungal infections. What are the benefits of using naiKALM? nailKalm has the [...]

24 01, 2021

Persistent Ingrown Toenail? Get it fixed permanently!

By | January 24th, 2021|

If you have ever been unfortunate enough to suffer from an ingrown toenail, you know just how painful they can be. Ingrown toenails are a condition in which the toenail grows into the flesh around your toes causing redness, swelling and sometimes infection. What causes an ingrown toenail? Common causes of an ingrown toenail include: [...]

17 12, 2020

The importance of foot pronation when buying a running shoe

By | December 17th, 2020|

If you try and buy yourself a running or walking shoe without proper advice then you have a high risk of buying the wrong shoe and causing yourself an injury. Unfortunately you can no longer just choose a running shoe by colour or something that you think looks cool! Even for a trained podiatrist the [...]

24 11, 2020

Last Step Restrictions – We Remain Open for all Podiatry Services

By | November 24th, 2020|

We remain open for all podiatry services! Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics remains open for all podiatry services during Last Step restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne. Last Step Restrictions of Victoria's Coronavirus Roadmap & Podiatry Congratulations to all Victorians - we are almost there! In some welcome news Victoria has now moved to Last Step restrictions [...]

17 11, 2020

Starting Fresh – Running back into shape

By | November 17th, 2020|

Well done Melbourne! We have reached a 14 day average of 0 and we are finally approaching the end of a long hard year. Are you, like many Melburnians looking for a fresh start by running yourself into shape this summer? This year’s lockdown period has led many people to become less active than they [...]

18 10, 2020

Step 2 Restrictions – Now Open for all Podiatry Services

By | October 18th, 2020|

We are now open for all podiatry services! Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics is now open for all podiatry services during Step 2 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne. Restrictions eased for podiatrists during Step 2 of the Roadmap In some welcome news for Melbourne podiatrists, today the Premier announced that Melbourne based allied health professionals, including [...]

29 09, 2020

Step 2 Restrictions & Podiatry

By | September 29th, 2020|

We are still open ! Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics remain open during Step 2 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne, however some restrictions in services still remain. DHHS guidelines for podiatrists during Step 2 of the Roadmap With the easing of stage 4 restrictions Allied Health practitioners, including podiatrists, can now provide a broader range of [...]

21 09, 2020

Cuboid Syndrome – A Common Cause of Lateral Foot Pain

By | September 21st, 2020|

What is cuboid syndrome? Do you suffer with lateral foot pain (outer side of your foot) that is either a sharp pain or achy pain that sometimes moves around? It may even feel locked up in that part of your foot. Then it’s possible you may have cuboid syndrome. Cuboid syndrome is a condition [...]

7 08, 2020

Stage Four Restrictions & Podiatry

By | August 7th, 2020|

We are still open ! Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics remain open during stage 4 restrictions in metropolitan Melbourne, however we are restricted to "essential" services only during this period. DHHS guidelines for podiatrists during stage 4 In order to restrict non-essential movement across the state the The Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) [...]

26 07, 2020

The importance of wearing a face mask

By | July 26th, 2020|

These are tough times for all during the coronavirus pandemic and with case numbers rising in Metropolitan Melbourne the Victorian Government last week made it mandatory for the public in those areas to wear face coverings. Designed to reduce the spread of the virus, wearing a face covering protects you and the community by providing [...]