Look After Your Feet!

No Referral Needed!


The Diabetes Association does recommend a podiatric review every six months...


Gail Analysis or Biomechanical Assessments are assessments of walking and foot function...

Lateral Ankle Injury

A lateral ankle injury is one of the most common injuries, however less than 50% of people seek treatment for them. A lateral ankle injury happens when the ankle gets rolled to excess towards the body, placing a large amount of stress on the ligaments on the outside of the ankle. With enough force these ligaments can tear. Symptoms of a lateral ankle injury can include: swelling, bruising, tenderness, inability to weight bear and instability. There are a number of risk factors for developing an ankle sprain.

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Why Tuggeranong chooses Brindabella Podiatry

We only get one set of feet so it’s a good idea to look after them! Our podiatrists are all university trained and registered nationally and you DO NOT NEED A REFERRAL. We assess and treat all ages, from toddlers to the elderly.

The conditions we see on a regular basis include HEEL / ARCH PAIN, BALL OF FOOT PAIN, BUNIONS, CORNS/CALLUS and INGROWN TOE NAILS. So, if you are someone who does have a foot and/or lower limb problem. Jump on the phone and give us a call.
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