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North Sydney Podiatry

General and Specialist Sports Podiatry

The highly experienced team at North Sydney Podiatry offers a broad range of services based on the latest evidence of what works to optimise your foot health. We prioritise reducing any knee, hip, back or foot pain you might be experiencing. We work with you to get you up and moving and participating in life to the fullest as soon as possible. Our podiatry clinic has state of the art equipment to optimise your treatment.

Our Podiatry Services

Our areas of practice include:

Sports Podiatry

Our sports podiatrist specialises in helping athletes recover from sports injuries so they can get back to training as soon as possible. Our sports podiatrists will find out the contributing factors to your unique injury and develop a comprehensive management plan.

Our sports podiatrist also provides preventive care that will reduce the likelihood of any foot, ankle and lower limb injuries and enhance performance in any sport.

Child and Adolescent Podiatry

We are specialists in paediatric foot care, providing assessment, advice and solutions for a variety of foot and lower leg problems. From a diagnosis and treatment of foot, ankle or lower limb pain, to helping to heal a sports-related injury, we can help.

Video Gait/Biomechanical Assessment

A biomechanical assessment, also called gait analysis, helps to diagnose problems with feet and lower limb biomechanics such as flat feet and issues with lower limb alignment. Unresolved foot problems can lead to issues such as poor posture, knee pain, leg pain, shin splints, stress fractures & more.

Based on this assessment, we can then effectively correct the issue, reducing pain and potential injury.

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Customised Orthotics

We design custom orthotics to help correct your unique foot problems. We also provide recommendations on footwear, from the best everyday shoe to the best running shoes.

These are designed by a podiatrist in the clinic and then sent to be produced in the lab.

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Diabetes Foot Care

Diabetes affects your whole body, but your feet are the most susceptible to major diabetic complications. Our podiatrists provide an exceptional level of care in treating patients with diabetes. We offer advice on the management of your diabetes and how to reduce foot and lower limb problems.

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Heel Pain/Plantar Fasciitis Treatment

Heel pain can be caused by many different factors, such as plantar fasciitis. Our extensive knowledge and experience mean we will accurately diagnose the source of your heel pain and find the best solution to treat it.

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Nail surgery

Our Sydney podiatrists specialise in ingrown toenail surgery, a minor and painless procedure performed at our clinic. Most patients recover quickly from the procedure, giving you a permanent & long term pain-free outcome.

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Coordinated Treatment Plan

We provide coordinated care with other specialists including orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists, exercise physiologists, acupuncturists, chiropractors, dentists, osteopaths, massage therapists, sports doctors and your GP to ensure you get the correct diagnosis and best possible results.

Care and Convenience

At North Sydney Podiatry you are at the centre of all we do. We provide customised care that helps you achieve your health and sporting goals that work with your lifestyle.

Located close to North Sydney train station and parking, we offer convenience as well as world-class podiatry. We make appointments at times that suit you and design flexible treatment plans matched to your unique needs.

Optimise Your Sporting Performance

Our sports podiatrist is widely recognised for their expertise and enjoys getting the best results for Olympic athletes and weekend warriors alike. We focus on preventing injuries as well as diagnosing and optimising your unique injury recovery. Getting you back on your feet and out on the field is what we do best.

Experienced Podiatrist North Sydney

Schedule your appointment.

Our Sydney podiatrists have extensive experience in all areas of podiatry, from sports podiatry to diabetes general care.

Prioritise your foot health and make a difference to your long-term wellbeing. Call our podiatry team on (02) 9954 3445 to schedule an appointment at a time that suits you. Our highly experienced and expert podiatrists are here to help you achieve your goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do You Need a Referral to See a Podiatrist in NSW?

No. Even though we receive many referrals from health care professionals, you do not need a referral to make an appointment.

 

Are Podiatrists Covered by Medicare?

In some instances, your GP can give you a primary health care plan which will partially reimburse you for some treatments but excludes orthotics. Please enquire with our helpful staff.

What Shoes Should I Wear to a Podiatrist?

Wear your everyday shoes and bring your sports shoes so your podiatrist can assess them.

 

Contact Us
 

Call Us:

(02) 9954 3445

Visit Our Clinic:

North Sydney Podiatry Centre

105/107 Walker Street

North Sydney NSW 2060

Email Us:

northsydneypodiatry@gmail.com

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Published Articles

Electromyographic Activity in walking subjects with and without prosthetic devices. Ehrlich R.,Garlick D., Ninio M.,(Kensington)

Posture and Gait: Control Mechanism, University of Oregon Books 1992

 

The Effect of Jaw Clenching on the Electromyographic Activities of 2 Neck and 2 Trunk Muscles

Ehrlich, Ron; Garlick, David; Ninio, Mark;   Journal of Orofacial Pain 1999 Vol 13 pp 115-120