We can help with your diabetes or arthritis challenges
Diabetic patients are at a higher risk of foot complications. This is due loss of protective sensation that can develop in the diabetic patient. When a Diabetic's blood sugars are not stable, they risk long term blood vessel and nerve endings damage and typically the extremities are affected first.
Regular Podiatry Foot Health checks are important for the Diabetic patient, where the Vascular, Neurological and Musculoskeletal assessments are carried out and reported back to the GP. The Diabetic nurse can refer you to the Podiatrist if you are eligible.
Arthritis presents itself in several forms (ie. Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid, Psoriatic and Gouty Arthritis), which all result in degeneration of the joints causing inflammation and pain. When the joints in the foot are affected, medication for the GP helps as well as the use of orthotics / insoles. Orthotics are designed to help relieve the pressure and allow the foot to function without pain.
Services Price List
|#||Service||Description||Price (incl GST)|
|1.||Initial Podiatry Appointment||Toenail treatment and/or corn & callus removal||$75.00|
|2.||Follow-Up Routine Podiatry||Toenail treatment and/or corn & callus removal||$70.00|
|3.||Gold Card Routine Podiatry||Simple toenail treatment||$65.00*|
|4.||Cracked heels||Including foot soak||$95.00|
|5.||Biomechanical Assessment||Gait Analysis with a view to orthotics or insoles||$80.00|
|6.||Orthotics / Insoles||After an initial Biomechanical Assessment||POA|
|7.||ACC Orthotics||ACC approved appointments||No charge|
|8.||ACC Surcharge Podiatry||Approved claims surcharge for each appointment||$40.00|
|9.||Children & Youth (Up to 18 Years)||Toenail Treatment||$60.00|
|10.||Diabetes Management||Referral voucher required||POA|
|11.||Minor Surgery||Service required to be booked by reception or our registered Podiatrist||$350.00+|
Note: Additional charges may apply for products and/or materials. Fees are subject to change.
We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, and payWave.
* If return visit within 4 months of previous treatment.
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No matter what your age or lifestyle, healthy & happy feet are an important part of your overall good health.
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Thickened toenails can be painful when wearing closed in shoes; we can reduce this easily with a diamond burr and a specially designed drill with a dust extractor making this a pain free treatment...
Corns can be found on the top of your toes as they develop from direct pressure from footwear because the ill-fitting shoe rubs on the prominent toe joint, shearing forces cause an injury to the localised area...
Cracked heels are a result of callus build up around the heels, this occurs typically in the summer months when everyone wears jandals and open back shoes. Treatment of this condition starts with a soak...
The use of Pre-fabricated or Casted orthotics is to assist with foot pain. After a Biomechanical-Gait analysis of your foot function, orthotics may be issued to control your foot function. Conditions that orthotics...
Development of strong healthy feet is important in a child and teenager, so early detection of a foot problem is easily picked up during a gait analysis. If you are worried how your child is walking or they...
I first heard of Complete Feet Podiatry when I experienced an ingrown toenail, and I now go every two months for feet/nail maintenance. Fiona is always friendly and her practice is spotless. If you have foot problems, I certainly recommend this is the place to go.
I've experienced rubbing corns on my feet for several months, which I started dreading putting my shoes on each day! I finally did something about it ... thanks to Complete Feet Podiatry.
I've lived with flat feet all my life and never realised that there was a fairly easy solution. I have finally found comfortable footwear that accommodate my orthotics! Thank you Fiona.