Canberra Podiatry
Are your feet ready for the Ski Season?

Are your feet ready for the Ski Season?

Your whole body cops a massive workout when skiing, but your feet and ankles are extremely important if you’re going to “Char the Pow”. It’s imperative that you keep them happy and healthy to enjoy what the mountains just to Continue reading

Winter Foot Care in Canberra

Winter Foot Care in Canberra

Winter Foot Care Tips.

Well winter is finally approaching in the ACT and let’s be honest who doesn’t love curling up on the couch with a cuppa and a good book or a game of footy with the fire roaring, Continue reading

General Podiatry Care

General Podiatry Care

There are many reasons why your general foot care could be not what it should be such as injuries, old age, and being time poor. Whilst we diagnose problems with feet and lower limbs at Canberra Podiatry, all day every Continue reading

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a disorder that results in pain in the heel and bottom of the foot. The pain is usually most severe with the first steps of the day or following a period Continue reading

Why should you see a podiatrist?

Why should you see a podiatrist?

We tend to forget about our feet, stuck in shoes and a long way from our head. Yet foot health is important. Sore feet and toes can impact significantly on our wellbeing, and often we have no idea that with Continue reading

Diabetes

Diabetes

Diabetes is a condition in which the amount of glucose (sugar) in the blood is too high because the body is unable to use it properly. This is because insulin is lacking, or the body’s way of converting glucose into Continue reading

Footwear Advice

Footwear Advice

Our feet bear the extraordinary burden of our day to day living, they support all the weight of our body and allow us to be mobile. It’s important our feet are well supported and protected, so shoes play a vital Continue reading

Effects of Arthritis

Effects of Arthritis

Arthritis in the feet can have far-reaching effects on other parts of the body aside from the immediately affected joints. This is because your ligaments, tendons, and muscles are forced to work harder to maintain stability. This overuse can cause Continue reading