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nailKALM – clinically proven to kill nail fungus

February 17th, 2021|Comments Off on nailKALM – clinically proven to kill nail fungus

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 [...]

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Persistent Ingrown Toenail? Get it fixed permanently!

January 24th, 2021|Comments Off on Persistent Ingrown Toenail? Get it fixed permanently!

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 [...]

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The importance of foot pronation when buying a running shoe

December 17th, 2020|Comments Off on The importance of foot pronation when buying a running shoe

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 [...]

Last Step Restrictions – We Remain Open for all Podiatry Services

November 24th, 2020|Comments Off on Last Step Restrictions – We Remain Open for all Podiatry Services

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 [...]

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Starting Fresh – Running back into shape

November 17th, 2020|Comments Off on Starting Fresh – Running back into shape

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 [...]

Step 2 Restrictions – Now Open for all Podiatry Services

October 18th, 2020|Comments Off on Step 2 Restrictions – Now Open for all Podiatry Services

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 [...]

Step 2 Restrictions & Podiatry

September 29th, 2020|Comments Off on Step 2 Restrictions & Podiatry

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 [...]

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Cuboid Syndrome – A Common Cause of Lateral Foot Pain

September 21st, 2020|Comments Off on Cuboid Syndrome – A Common Cause of Lateral Foot Pain

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 [...]

Stage Four Restrictions & Podiatry

August 7th, 2020|Comments Off on Stage Four Restrictions & Podiatry

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 [...]

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The importance of wearing a face mask

July 26th, 2020|Comments Off on The importance of wearing a face mask

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 [...]

Looking after your feet in lockdown

July 16th, 2020|Comments Off on Looking after your feet in lockdown

COVID-19 has resulted in many Melbournians spending significantly more time at home. It is a tough time for all, but we must keep positive and continue to look [...]

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Covid Toes

May 29th, 2020|Comments Off on Covid Toes

What are Covid toes? Covid toes are a frost-bite like rash on a person's feet or toes. According to anecdotal evidence from dermatologists around the world it [...]

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Can’t come and see us? Why not try Telehealth?

May 5th, 2020|Comments Off on Can’t come and see us? Why not try Telehealth?

Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics now offer Telehealth! Podiatry via the convenience of an online video consultation If you can't come to our clinic or live too far [...]

Coronavirus Policy

March 13th, 2020|Comments Off on Coronavirus Policy

At Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics we just want you to know that it is business as usual and we are doing everything possible to help prevent a coronavirus infection. [...]

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February Bushfire Appeal Result

March 13th, 2020|Comments Off on February Bushfire Appeal Result

Thank you to all those patients who visited us in the month February, where we ended up seeing 765 people - that's a lot of feet ! We [...]

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Our podiatrists now offer Diagnostic Ultrasound

February 19th, 2020|Comments Off on Our podiatrists now offer Diagnostic Ultrasound

Introducing the SonoSite Edge II Ultrasound System At Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics we invest in the latest technology for our patients so we now offer diagnostic ultrasound [...]

  • Plantar heel pain Melbourne podiatrist

Plantar heel pain case study – the importance of correct diagnosis

January 28th, 2020|Comments Off on Plantar heel pain case study – the importance of correct diagnosis

In my experience I have seen various heel pain related injuries (e.g. plantar fasciitis) cured with a variety of treatment options and plans. Common treatments include: • Strapping [...]

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Victorian Bushfire Appeal

January 9th, 2020|Comments Off on Victorian Bushfire Appeal

Our heart goes out to all those people and communities affected by the devastating bushfires in Victoria and Australia this summer. Our appreciation goes to all the hard [...]

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Our Custom Orthotics are now 3D Printed!

December 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Our Custom Orthotics are now 3D Printed!

Footwork are leaders in premium custom orthotics in Australia Our custom orthotics, manufactured by Footwork Podiatric Laboratory, are now 3D printed ! Footwork are one of the [...]

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Heart Disease and Your Feet

November 25th, 2019|Comments Off on Heart Disease and Your Feet

Because they are at opposite ends of the body, people often forget that heart disease can affect your feet. One of the main risk factors that causes heart [...]

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Foot Health Week 2019

October 14th, 2019|Comments Off on Foot Health Week 2019

Australian Foot Health Week 2019 – October 14th - 20th Each year the Australian Podiatry Association runs a Foot Health Week campaign to promote foot health and [...]

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Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

September 12th, 2019|Comments Off on Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

What is the tarsal tunnel? The tarsal tunnel is an area located on the inside of the ankle, between the bony part of the ankle (called the [...]

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Why is my heel pain not improving?

August 18th, 2019|Comments Off on Why is my heel pain not improving?

Plantar heel pain can be frustrating for the patient As podiatrists one of the most common conditions we see is plantar heel pain. This can be a [...]

Experience the Benefits of a Paraffin Wax Foot Treatment this Winter

July 24th, 2019|Comments Off on Experience the Benefits of a Paraffin Wax Foot Treatment this Winter

Paraffin wax foot treatment For decades paraffin wax therapy has been used on the foot and ankle for the treatment of a number of conditions ranging from [...]

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NBA star Kevin Durant ruptures his Achilles tendon

June 25th, 2019|Comments Off on NBA star Kevin Durant ruptures his Achilles tendon

Earlier in the month Golden State Warriors NBA basketball star Kevin Durant suffered a complete rupture to his Achilles tendon during Game 5 of the NBA finals. The [...]

Verrucae: The common plantar wart

May 20th, 2019|Comments Off on Verrucae: The common plantar wart

What are Verrucae? Verrucae, commonly known as plantar warts, are small viral lesions that can appear anywhere on your feet. They are most common in weight-bearing areas, [...]

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Preventing falls – balance and your feet

April 18th, 2019|Comments Off on Preventing falls – balance and your feet

As we age it is natural that we lose muscle strength and tone. This causes a few issues for the body and its ability to hold us upright. [...]

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Diabetes and Your Feet

March 18th, 2019|Comments Off on Diabetes and Your Feet

According to Diabetes Australia, “Diabetes is the epidemic of the 21st century and the biggest challenge confronting Australia’s health system”. Around 1.2 million Australians are currently living with [...]

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Looking after Ageing Feet

February 25th, 2019|Comments Off on Looking after Ageing Feet

Foot pain and problems become more common as you age. The latest research reports that one in four older people experience some sort of foot pain. What happens [...]

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Neuroma – a tingling pain in the ball of the foot

January 18th, 2019|Comments Off on Neuroma – a tingling pain in the ball of the foot

What is a neuroma? A neuroma is an injury that occurs in the forefoot, between the balls of the feet (where the metatarsal bone joins to the [...]

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We hire and sell CAM Walkers (Moon Boots)

December 14th, 2018|Comments Off on We hire and sell CAM Walkers (Moon Boots)

At Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics we stock a large range of CAM Walkers (Moon Boots) which are available for both hire and purchase. This includes CAM Walkers that [...]

  • Summer feet Melbourne podiatrist

Preparing your feet for summer

November 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Preparing your feet for summer

Common summer foot problems Finally the weather is starting to warm up and your feet are coming out of their winter shoes. Whilst this will improve your [...]

Foot Health Week 2018

October 7th, 2018|Comments Off on Foot Health Week 2018

Foot Heath Week - 15th - 21st October 2018 Each year the Australian Podiatry Association runs a Foot Health Week campaign to promote foot health and encourage [...]

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Intoeing Gait

September 23rd, 2018|Comments Off on Intoeing Gait

What is intoeing? Intoeing is a gait variation commonly referred to as a ‘pigeon-toed’ gait. It occurs mostly in children when they walk or run with one [...]

  • Footwear advice Melbourne

Choosing the right runners for your feet

August 19th, 2018|Comments Off on Choosing the right runners for your feet

Why is it important to choose the right runners for your feet? There are many choices the consumer faces when purchasing a new pair of running shoes. [...]

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Snowboarder’s Ankle

July 16th, 2018|Comments Off on Snowboarder’s Ankle

With the Australian snow season ramping up and fresh snow on the horizon more and more people will be flocking to the slopes. Skiing has been the main [...]

  • shin splints Melbourne podiatrist

Shin Splints

June 20th, 2018|Comments Off on Shin Splints

What are shin splints? Shin splints or Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) as medically referred to is a condition affecting the lower portion of the leg. It [...]

  • Ankle sprains Melbourne podiatrist

All About Ankle Sprains

May 20th, 2018|Comments Off on All About Ankle Sprains

What are ankle sprains? Ankle sprains occur when the ligaments of the ankle are twisted or stretched beyond their normal capacity. Some cases may result in mild [...]

  • plantar heel pain and orthotics

Orthotics & plantar heel pain – the debate continues

April 9th, 2018|Comments Off on Orthotics & plantar heel pain – the debate continues

There is much debate and mixed evidence of the effects of custom orthotics and prefabricated orthotics on plantar heel pain. A recent European research article has sparked further [...]

  • Children's feet and orthotics

Orthotics & children – what age is too young?

March 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Orthotics & children – what age is too young?

Children's orthotics can be of great benefit to young feet. They can help reduce symptoms in children's legs and feet as well as assisting with stability, gait and [...]

Womens AFL – Preventing Lower Leg Injuries

February 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Womens AFL – Preventing Lower Leg Injuries

The AFLW season in now in full swing and the competition is starting to heat up. Last season there was a significant amount of injuries throughout with season [...]

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Cracked and dry heels: A common summertime problem

January 17th, 2018|Comments Off on Cracked and dry heels: A common summertime problem

Summertime for most people involves some well-deserved time off, generally involving day trips to the beach and local pools to cool down. However this also means dusting off [...]

  • growing pains Melbourne podiatrist

Growing pains – what causes them in children?

December 17th, 2017|Comments Off on Growing pains – what causes them in children?

Does your child wake up in the middle of the night crying in pain? Chances are they may be suffering from a common childhood condition known as growing [...]

  • Achilles tendinopathy Melbourne Podiatrist

Achilles Tendinopathy

November 13th, 2017|Comments Off on Achilles Tendinopathy

What is achilles tendinopathy? The achilles tendon is the largest tendon in the human body. It attaches the calf muscles to the calcaneus and is responsible for [...]

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Pain in the ball of your foot?

October 30th, 2017|Comments Off on Pain in the ball of your foot?

With the spring racing carnival now in full swing and the Melbourne Cup less than a week away thousands of people will pour through the gates of Flemington [...]

  • Bunions & Orthotics Melbourne

Bunions & Orthotics

September 17th, 2017|Comments Off on Bunions & Orthotics

Orthotic treatment for bunions Bunions are a common foot problem that our podiatrists treat at our Melbourne clinic. Conservative treatment usually involves addressing causative factors and this [...]

Choosing the right football boot for your child

August 11th, 2017|Comments Off on Choosing the right football boot for your child

Football season is well and truly upon us and the finals are almost here. This means it is almost time to retire this season’s boots. Due to the [...]

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Plantar fasciitis claims AFL footballer Viney

July 9th, 2017|Comments Off on Plantar fasciitis claims AFL footballer Viney

Jack Viney sidelined following surgery for plantar fasciitis Melbourne co-captain and 2016 best and fairest winner Jack Viney has been sidelined following complications with a very common [...]

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Custom orthotics can help cure plantar fasciitis

June 23rd, 2017|Comments Off on Custom orthotics can help cure plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis not responding to treatment? Plantar fasciitis or plantar heel pain that is not responding to conservative treatment such as strapping, stretching and physical therapy can [...]

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The painful truth of ingrown toenails

May 22nd, 2017|Comments Off on The painful truth of ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails are a common and painful problem which occurs when the corner or edge of the toenail digs in to the soft tissue of the nail grooves. [...]

  • Seniors foot care Melbourne podiatrist

Importance of Seniors Foot Care

April 17th, 2017|Comments Off on Importance of Seniors Foot Care

Why foot care and podiatry is important in ageing feet Feet are vital to our health and mobility. A key component to being able to keep fit [...]

Aussie cricketer Starc suffers another foot stress fracture

March 16th, 2017|Comments Off on Aussie cricketer Starc suffers another foot stress fracture

Mitchell Starc is undoubtedly one of Australia’s best bowlers in the current game of cricket. He was recently sent home from the test series in India and will [...]

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Celebrity Foot Disasters

February 19th, 2017|Comments Off on Celebrity Foot Disasters

They may look glamourous on the stage and screen but their feet tell a different story. Celebrities suffer foot ailments just like everybody else. The fashion demands on [...]

Back to School – How to find the shoe that fits

January 30th, 2017|Comments Off on Back to School – How to find the shoe that fits

What are the best school shoes for my child? Back to school is upon us again and so it’s time to get the kids ready for the [...]

Top 5 Summer Tips for your feet

January 8th, 2017|Comments Off on Top 5 Summer Tips for your feet

After few days of consistent sun and warmth, Melbourne is letting us know that we are experiencing another hot summer! Whether you plan on going away for a [...]

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A brand new podiatry clinic

December 20th, 2016|Comments Off on A brand new podiatry clinic

Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics - the big move ! What a big year it has been for Melbourne Podiatrists & Orthotics. In 2016 our podiatry clinic moved [...]

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Aussie Rookie Basketballer Sustains Foot Injury

November 23rd, 2016|Comments Off on Aussie Rookie Basketballer Sustains Foot Injury

Australian NBA rookie Ben Simmons will miss at least 3 months after sustaining a 5th metatarsal fracture known as a Jones fracture. According to a Forbes article Simmons [...]

Tips to help your feet go the distance in the Melbourne Cup

October 26th, 2016|Comments Off on Tips to help your feet go the distance in the Melbourne Cup

The spring racing carnival is upon us again with the race that stops the nation, the Melbourne Cup, being run at Flemington on Tuesday 1st November. Over 300,000 [...]

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Exciting News – Bigger & Better Podiatry Clinic

September 9th, 2016|Comments Off on Exciting News – Bigger & Better Podiatry Clinic

We are excited to announce that we are moving to a new, bigger and better state-of-the-art podiatry clinic. On 26th September we will be moving only 500m down [...]

Metatarsal Stress Factures

August 16th, 2016|Comments Off on Metatarsal Stress Factures

As we stride pass the halfway point of the AFL season, there seems to be an ever mounting injury toll involving the lower limb and foot. Currentlythere are [...]

Sever’s Disease In Children Playing Sport

February 11th, 2016|Comments Off on Sever’s Disease In Children Playing Sport

As the anxiety of commencing the schooling year for children subsides and slowly fathoms into the usual routine, one positive association for kids struggling from early school [...]

Melanoma And Feet

November 27th, 2015|Comments Off on Melanoma And Feet

What is a Melanoma? A melanoma is a potentially life threatening cancerous skin lesion that begins in skin cells in the uppermost layer of the skin. These cells [...]

Tips For Your Feet During The Spring Racing Carnival

October 21st, 2015|Comments Off on Tips For Your Feet During The Spring Racing Carnival

Melbourne comes alive over the next few weeks with the Spring Racing Carnival. Highlights include the Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate, The Derby and the Melbourne Cup. As a [...]

Feet And Falls Prevention In The Elderly

October 21st, 2015|Comments Off on Feet And Falls Prevention In The Elderly

Falls are a major cause of morbidity and mortality in the elderly. Recent falls figures suggest that 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 have a [...]

Children’s Feet – When Should They Visit A Podiatrist?

July 5th, 2015|Comments Off on Children’s Feet – When Should They Visit A Podiatrist?

Children grow and develop at such a fast rate it can often be difficult as a parent to tell what is normal and what isn’t. So when should [...]

Chilblains…And How To Avoid Them This Winter

May 12th, 2015|Comments Off on Chilblains…And How To Avoid Them This Winter

What are chilblains? Chilblains, also known as pernio or perniosis, are small swellings that develop on the skin. They can be red or in some cases purple or [...]

Common Ballet Foot Injuries

April 6th, 2015|Comments Off on Common Ballet Foot Injuries

The performance demands of a ballet dancer can be compared to those of many highly competitive athletic pursuits. Although dancers are artists and not athletes, the physical demands [...]

Have Your Custom Orthotics Seen Better Days

March 2nd, 2015|Comments Off on Have Your Custom Orthotics Seen Better Days

Are your custom-made orthotics showing signs of wear and tear? Can your orthotics be repaired? Are they still supporting your feet? Do you need a new pair? These [...]

Keeping Your Feet In Shape For Summer

December 15th, 2014|Comments Off on Keeping Your Feet In Shape For Summer

With summer on our doorstep, the weather is heating up and the sandals are coming out of the wardrobe. Summer can also bring about a number of different [...]

Seeking Safe Pedicures

November 26th, 2014|Comments Off on Seeking Safe Pedicures

Spring is here and it’s time to put your feet on show which means it’s a popular time to visit the nail salon for a pedicure and to [...]

A Childs First Steps In Life

October 13th, 2014|Comments Off on A Childs First Steps In Life

As a proud father there is no greater joy in life than seeing your first son or daughter take their first steps in life. To see them balance [...]

Like Our Facebook Page And Win

July 6th, 2014|Comments Off on Like Our Facebook Page And Win

Camberwell Road Podiatry is now on facebook and to celebrate we are offering 1 lucky winner a $100 footwear voucher. So how do you win ? Simple - [...]

Footwear Company Sued Over False Claims

June 8th, 2014|Comments Off on Footwear Company Sued Over False Claims

In 2009, footwear company Vibram released a minimalist running shoe called ‘’Five Fingers’’ which is a glove-like fitting shoe with separate grooves for each toe providing minimal support [...]

Star Bowler In Doubt With Toe Infection

April 24th, 2014|Comments Off on Star Bowler In Doubt With Toe Infection

Star Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson is in danger of missing the Twenty 20 World Cup in Bangladesh with a toe injury. Johnson has been a revelation this [...]

Sesamoid Injuries Plague The AFL

March 19th, 2014|Comments Off on Sesamoid Injuries Plague The AFL

Promising Collingwood draft pick Matthew Scharenberg and best and fairest winner from St Kilda Jack Steven have been sidelined for several weeks with two very similar pre-season injuries. [...]

Fit For Sochi: Snowboarder Set To Return After Ankle Injury

February 16th, 2014|Comments Off on Fit For Sochi: Snowboarder Set To Return After Ankle Injury

Prolific snowboarder Shaun White has endured some injury problems in the lead up to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. White suffered from a sprained left ankle after [...]

Running Feet: Injury Prevention

January 10th, 2014|Comments Off on Running Feet: Injury Prevention

Summer is here and more people are on the move. Unfortunately it is very common in this time for people to get injured, which can sideline you for [...]

Patellofemoral Pain And Feet

December 10th, 2013|Comments Off on Patellofemoral Pain And Feet

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome is one of the more common knee conditions that usually involves generalised pain around or under the knee cap (patella). Pain can increase with higher [...]

Helping Your Feet Survive A Day At The Races

October 24th, 2013|Comments Off on Helping Your Feet Survive A Day At The Races

Spring is in the air and Melbourne comes alive with the Spring Racing Carnival. Highlights include the Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate, The Derby and the big one the [...]

Pregnancy And Your Feet – What To Expect

September 18th, 2013|Comments Off on Pregnancy And Your Feet – What To Expect

Pregnancy is an exciting time in life, but it does not come without its aches and pains. Some of the common changes that occur during pregnancy are those [...]

Growing Pains – A Myth Or The Real Deal?

August 13th, 2013|Comments Off on Growing Pains – A Myth Or The Real Deal?

Does your child complain of pain or cramping in the legs and feet especially at night? Do they wake up in the night because of pain in their [...]

The Next Big Thing In Nail Fungus Treatment

June 23rd, 2013|Comments Off on The Next Big Thing In Nail Fungus Treatment

Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of the nail and is estimated to affect up to 1.6 million Australians. Fungal nail infections aren't pleasant––you may experience toenail discoloration, malodor, [...]

Surviving The Oxfam 100 Km Trail Walk

May 13th, 2013|Comments Off on Surviving The Oxfam 100 Km Trail Walk

A beautiful morning greeted us on Friday April 19th. Myself and the rest of my team, Laurette, Simon and Lisa, “The Feetles”, were in high spirits pre-race. This [...]

Cuboid Syndrome – A Cause Of Lateral Foot Pain

April 28th, 2013|Comments Off on Cuboid Syndrome – A Cause Of Lateral Foot Pain

Cuboid Subluxation or syndrome as more commonly referred to is a condition relating to pain on the outside or the lateral side of the foot. Pain is often [...]

Preparing For The Oxfam Trailwalker

March 6th, 2013|Comments Off on Preparing For The Oxfam Trailwalker

With the 100 km Oxfam Trailwalker approaching next month it is important that those training for the walk know how to prepare and strengthen their feet. Blisters are [...]

A New Podiatrist Joins Camberwell Road Podiatry

February 11th, 2013|Comments Off on A New Podiatrist Joins Camberwell Road Podiatry

Melbourne podiatrist Rhea Manussen is the latest addition to the Camberwell Road Podiatry team. She joins experienced Melbourne podiatrists Sam Brown and Katrina Challis. Rhea graduated in 2012 [...]

Back To School For Little Feet

January 20th, 2013|Comments Off on Back To School For Little Feet

The end of January means the holidays are over and it's back to school for millions of school children. It is also the time of year when sports [...]

Are Your Feet Ready For Summer?

December 3rd, 2012|Comments Off on Are Your Feet Ready For Summer?

Summer is here again and as the temperature rises so does the pressure on our feet.  With the sun shining in summer and the longer days people generally [...]

Sock It To Diabetes

October 7th, 2012|Comments Off on Sock It To Diabetes

Foot Health Month kicked off on October 1. This year the theme is ‘’Sock it to Diabetes’’ which is aimed at promoting good foot health care for people [...]

Barefoot Running & The Olympics

August 11th, 2012|Comments Off on Barefoot Running & The Olympics

The world's biggest event, the Olympic Games, are now on in London and there is no tougher event than the grueling 42km of the marathon. But could you [...]

Gout On The Rise

June 1st, 2012|Comments Off on Gout On The Rise

According to a recent article published in body and soul it is reported that the arthritic condition gout now affects over 70, 000 Australians each year. Recent research [...]

Finding Clinical Gold

May 11th, 2012|Comments Off on Finding Clinical Gold

I recently had the pleasure of attending the Australian Podiatry Association of Victoria’s 2012 State Conference. The conference held in Creswick, Victoria was attended by over 120 podiatrists [...]

Plantar Fasciitis Strikes Again In AFL

March 15th, 2012|Comments Off on Plantar Fasciitis Strikes Again In AFL

Geelong AFL premiership defender David Wojcinski has suffered a nightmare start to his pre-season with a series of foot injuries that first began in the lead up to [...]

Tennis And Your Feet: Putting Your Best Foot Forward

February 23rd, 2012|Comments Off on Tennis And Your Feet: Putting Your Best Foot Forward

Tennis is a popular summer sport amongst all ages and nations. It is a game that at an elite level requires great fitness, strength and agility, not to [...]

A Fast Way To A Foot Injury

December 18th, 2011|Comments Off on A Fast Way To A Foot Injury

As we head into another Australian summer one sport that dominates the news is cricket. Cricketers, in particular fast bowlers are very susceptible to foot injuries. This is [...]

October Is Foot Health Month

October 14th, 2011|Comments Off on October Is Foot Health Month

October 2011 is Foot Health Month. The theme this year is ‘’Diabetes: Counting the Costs’’ and is centered around educating the public on the importance of podiatry and [...]

How Many Toes Do You Have?

July 29th, 2011|Comments Off on How Many Toes Do You Have?

Most people normally only have 10 toes but a young boy in India has recently broken a world record after being born with 34 fingers and toes! According [...]