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  • 5 Simple Foot Massage Techniques

    Everyone loves a soothing massage especially after a long day of being on your feet! Here are 5 simple techniques you can do to relieve the tension in her feet and provide that relaxation you desperate need by the end of the day!   Hold your toes with one hand and the ankle with the […]

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  • Bunions – What are your options?

    Bunions are a common topic discussed in the clinic. As a matter of fact, bunion was rated as one of our most popular read post on social media and we just had our fantastic podiatric surgeon, Dr Ozan Amir, based in Sydney, introduced himself to the clinic. We recently sent a patient to him which […]

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    Your hips are one of the main stabilisers in your body and most of the time, they don’t get the attention they deserve. At Brindabella Podiatry, we believe hip exercises are just important as giving support to your feet. Here are the TOP 5 HIP STABILITY EXERCISES you can perform daily: 1. Squats Stand with […]

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  • What Your Nails Say About Your Health

    We see a lot of patients asking about the health of their toenail. A number of them feels silly for even asking. The interesting fact is that the integrity of your fingernail and toenails can share a great deal of information about your well-being. Your nails can show if you are suffering from a cardiovascular […]

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  • Top 5 Questions When Thinking About Surgery

    Why do you have an ingrown toenail? – Poor nail cutting technique can result in the nail being cut too far down on one side, creating a small spike of nail which pierces the skin and results in the ingrown toenail. – Incorrectly fitted shoes, not allowing enough space for the nail to grow. – […]

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  • 1 Every 5 mins diagnosed every 5 mins in Oz!

    We know that people with Diabetes should have their feet checked and tested at least once per year by a Podiatrist. The Podiatrist will assess your blood flow and nerve function and allocate you a ‘risk status’. High, Moderate or Low Risk. Low Risk Status often means that your blood flow and nerve function are […]

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  • How do you know when to replace your Runners?

    As Podiatrists, we see many lower limb injuries and often, footwear has a roll to play. How do we know when to replace our shoes? Please note that we are talking about sports shoes here, not dress shoes! Quite simply academics say that a shoe should be replaced between 500 – 750km. What we know […]

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