Selecting the most ideal shoe for your child

In Uncategorized by Renee CarusoLeave a Comment

    As adults, many of us suffer from aching feet and foot related problems. This may have stemmed from having the wrong type of shoes when we were younger. As such, we learn from our mistakes and make more informed choices when purchasing shoes. A common theme that podiatrists see on a day to day basis is the practice …

MULES AND SLIDES…LOVE OR HATE THEM?

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  Summertime weather has us jumping out of our laced-up boots and brogues and into our mules and slides which are lighter and more breathable, but are they doing you more harm than good? During the colder weather our shoes generally have more fastenings (laces, buckles, velcro), are usually sturdier with a stiffer sole and usually have a closed in …

Medicare Rebates Explained

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Podiatrists are fully qualified to assess and assist with all foot concerns using a wide range of quality foot and ankle treatments. Common conditions include plantar heel pain, ingrown toenails, Diabetes, bunions, issues relating to children’s feet, orthotic requirements etc. For some of these conditions, a Medicare rebate may be available to you. Understanding your eligibility and likelihood of receiving …