Podiatry is devoted to the study, diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower extremity.
Helping you put your best foot forward
When do I need To See a Podiatrist?
If you have pain in your feet or ankles or been diagnosed with such issues as plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, shin splints or even corns, calluses and plantar warts a Podiatrist can help. Podiatrists also help improve circulation in the feet which can stimulate recovery if you are injured.
Why Choose Optimum Podiatrists?
At Optimum, our Podiatrists review your medical and injury history, footwear, occupation and lifestyle in assessing and diagnosing the health of your feet. Our team have experience in a variety of physical therapies, the use of instruments and tools, the application of ointments, and the prescription of shoe inserts.
NDIS Podiatry Program
Podiatry is used extensively in disability services to help mobility and prevent walking problems causing complications in other muscles and joints in the body.
Designed around your needs
State-of-the-art studios, safe in-home treatment and easy to use teleconference facilities. No matter your needs we have your treatment covered.
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