foot health Tag

If you’re self-isolating at home during the COVID-19 crisis, take the opportunity to look after your toenails. Do they look strong and healthy or do you see ridges and dents, or are there any discoloured nails? Many nail conditions can be avoided through proper care,...

At footinjuryclinic, we take our patients' health and safety very seriously. Given the current situation with COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus), we would like to reassure families that our clinics are complying with all policies, regulations and current guidance from the Federal Government, Public Health Units and...

If you have diabetes, follow these 10 simple yet effective steps that our podiatrists recommend to look after your feet: 1. Wash your feet daily with soap and warm water. 2. Dry your feet well, especially between the toes. 3. Moisturise your feet, but not between the toes. 4....

When you’re out shoe shopping, how do you choose your footwear? All too often we waste a lot of time (and money!) purchasing shoes to complement our outfit or look trendy. Our podiatrists at footinjuryclinic say it would be better, however, if we invested more...

A callus is a section of skin that has become toughened and thick because of friction, pressure or irritation. Most people get calluses on their feet, but they can even occur on the hands, elbows or knees. Calluses feel lumpy to the touch, but since...

Do you… Find walking or standing uncomfortable? Need advice on how to choose correct shoes? Experience foot or leg pain while exercising or playing sport? Suffer from diabetes? Have sore hips or heels? The Australian Podiatry Association is celebrating Foot Health Week from 14-20 October to...

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