Our feet support tremendous daily pressure and weight, so it is vital we take care of them! With 52 bones in a pair of feet, they require special attention. A Podiatrist is a University educated health care professional who is trained to diagnose and treat specific foot and lower limb conditions.
Our registered Podiatrist can assist in managing any concerns of the foot and ankle, with the aim of providing professional and friendly service with the highest quality of care to all ages.
Painful feet can prevent you from enjoying life and doing the things you want to do, so don’t put up with pain and discomfort. Book an appointment today.
Please contact 9729 9910 to book your next appointment.
Vital Podiatry is located within Croydon Medical Clinic with many other health professionals enabling the opportunity for direct communication and referrals for a holistic approach to foot care.
Orthotics are devices that fit inside your shoes designed to support, stabilise and biomechanically correct poor foot posture, improving the efficient function of your foot and lower limb. They are used to distribute pressure/force evenly across the soles of the feet to relieve pain and prevent overuse injuries.
Abnormal levels of glucose in the blood can have many effects on the body and serious impacts on the feet. It is therefore necessary to undergo a Diabetes assessment by our Podiatrist at least annually and ongoing podiatry care if necessary to monitor the effects of the disease on your feet and to raise awareness to prevent complications.