General Podiatry Care

Smooth and pain-free mobility is something we take for granted, but in order to enjoy an active lifestyle (and to take a sunset stroll along our beautiful Holdfast Bay coastline) nothing is more important than our foot health. In fact, strong and healthy feet contribute to our overall mental and physical wellbeing by allowing us to engage in life to the fullest.

If you struggle to walk pain-free, experience numbness, or simply feel too self-conscious to put on a pair of thongs in summer, your ability to work, be active and go about life’s daily tasks is impeded. This can lead to poor mental health and physical ailments such as obesity, Type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

General Foot Care

Our experienced podiatrists use of various podiatry techniques, with a thorough tidy up of your feet using our custom made pharmacy creams to keep your feet looking and feeling good for longer. We can assess and treat a range of concerns, including:


We offers comprehensive foot assessments by our experienced podiatrists, who are able to diagnose and treat any foot problems before they progress into more serious conditions.


Brighton Road Podiatry specialises in dry needling, prolotherapy, myofascial trigger point therapy to aid in lower limb musculoskeletal conditions.


We have numerous arrangements with recognised suppliers of specialised podiatric devices. We supply dressings, moon boots, surgical offloading boots and many other devices not readily available in pharmacies and other general medical stores.


Our Podiatrists have undertaken extensive study in the area of wound care, in particular in wound debridement, dressing and offloading. We have extensive experience in treating wounds and ulceration in vascular disease, amputees, diabetes, immuno- compromised, elderly or trauma.


Podiatrists are the experts in joint manipulation, massage, stretching and exercising to address lower limb and foot problems.


We assess the quality of your lower limb circulation and nerves using our in-house doppler studies. We will then discuss with you the appropriate steps required in treating your condition.


Cracked heels, calluses, tinea, verrucas, and corns are some of the most common skin issues we see the clinic.


Biomechanical and gait assessment to assess your posture and movement to reduce the risk of injury. Other solutions may include including toe props, padding and footwear advice


Ingrown toenail surgery performed with local anaesthesia, with full surgery follow-up. We also have a strong referral network of podiatric and orthopaedic surgeons for more complicated surgical expertise.


Strapping techniques with rigid sports taping and/ or Rocktape for support, compression and healing.  We have access to a range of innovative splints to further assist with healing.

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Prevention is key

Our feet anatomy is quite spectacular: 26 bones, 20 joins and over 100 muscles, ligaments and tendons – in just one foot alone. So taking the time to care for your feet with a regular check-up, before a problem arises, is recommended to ensure optimal health. And for those with diabetes, nerve damage can be a real concern so routine visits with our experienced professionals can help alleviate problems and help with issues, such as pain and numbness associated with this condition.

Partner with your local podiatry team

As a family-run clinic, we pride ourselves on achieving superior patient outcomes with a friendly and welcoming service – it’s at the heart of everything we do. We are happy to see all feet, young and old, so call us today to book a consultation.

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