Podiatrists are foot health experts who specialise in the diagnosis and management of foot and leg conditions. With 26 bones and 33 joints in each foot it’s no wonder we need an entire profession dedicated to maintaining good foot health! Conditions that affect foot health include, but are not limited to, pain in the feet and legs induced by plantar fasciitis, neuromas, tendinopathy, bunions and stress fractures, Diabetes, Arthritis, callouses and corns, warts, toenail conditions and poorly fitting footwear.
Our feet are the foundations of our body and play a large role in the stability and mobility of the knees, the hips and the spine. Because of the complex interaction between the feet and the rest of the body podiatrists often work collaboratively with other health professionals to ensure that your health and movement goals are being met.
About our clinic
Meet Our Podiatrist
Julia graduated from the University of South Australia in 2009 and has spent most of her career working in private clinics in Adelaide. She has a keen interest in the science of movement in relation to foot and leg pain and utilises a range of techniques including dry needling, mobilisation, foot and leg strengthening and orthotic therapy in order to help people achieve their foot health goals. With a strong personal passion for wellbeing Julia enjoys the challenge of helping her clients move more often and more effectively – be it taking the dog for a stroll or training for a marathon!
Our Mission Is to Provide a Professional & Honest Approach to Health Care
Nail and skin issues
Podiatrists are able to assist you in the management of many nail and skin issues including general
toenail care, ingrown toenails, fungal toenail and skin infections and callouses, corns and warts.
A treatment technique where sterile acupuncture needles are used to release trigger points in almost any your feet and legs in order to reduce muscular pain.
Prolotherapy involves a small amount of local anaesthetic and glucose being injected into joint
spaces of the feet in order to spark the body’s natural healing response. This works particularly well in joints with osteoarthritis.
If your condition cannot be treated by your podiatrist you will be appropriately triaged. You will be
referred for the best modality of imaging (X-ray, ultrasound, CT, MRI), with exceptional
communication with your GP and other health care practitioners a long the way.
Movement assessments for adults and children
better understand the forces contributing to your foot and leg pain.
assist in reducing foot and leg pain and help to keep you moving towards your health and wellness
Strengthening and balance exercises
challenge them adequately. Podiatrists are able to implement balance and strengthening
programmes for the feet in order to decrease pain, improve general stability and mobility and
enhance your performance goals.