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...

Plantar Fascia Tear

Now that the weather is nice, people are getting out and engaging in exercise. However, due to the increase in intensity and frequency of exercise, the risk of injury also increases. One injury that can result from the increase in exercise is a plantar fascia tear. This is characterised by an intense, localised pain along the arch of the foot or heels. What is the Plantar Fascia? The plantar fascia is a thick, web-like ligament that originates in heel, extends through the arch and ends in forefoot. It is responsible

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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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