*** SPECIAL UPDATE ***
Care clinics changed ownership in March 2017 with the exception of Podiatry Care Gawler and Nuriootpa. Podiatry Care became part of the
My FootDr group of clinics owned by ASX listed company Healthia
(ASX:HLA). Podiatry Care Gawler and Nuriootpa are still owned and operated independently of My FootDr and Healthia.
Podiatry Care first went online in 2000, but prior to this some of our members have been practising Podiatry since the 1970's.
Our most senior member commenced practice in the 1970's and still practices today with great enthusiasm and vigour.
The organisation formed in an effort to improve the standard of podiatric care to the community by providing our members with the opportunity to share their knowledge and experiences. Now with the internet and email communications, achieving this goal has become even easier as we strive to improve our patients lives.
When you visit a Podiatry Care practitioner, you have the right to expect a minimum standard of professional conduct.
If conservative (non-surgical) treatment does not meet your needs, ONLY then will surgical options be mentioned to assist you in achieving your goals. Surgical options are only ever considered when absolutely necessary to achieve a satisfactory result.
You can rest easy knowing that all of our Podiatrists are board registered and to practice in their state or territory.
At Podiatry Care we don't just treat feet. We are committed to working with you to enhance your health and improve your quality of life. We rely heavily on "word of mouth" referrals and know that in order to create the practice we enjoy we must ensure that the needs of our clients are not only satisfied, but expectations should be exceeded whenever possible. Most people call this "good old fashioned service".Click here for details on how to contact a Podiatry Care practitioner nearest you.
WARNING : This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace professional podiatric advice. Treatment will vary between individuals depending upon your diagnosis and presenting complaint. An accurate diagnosis can only be made following personal consultation with a Podiatrist, your Doctor or your foot specialist.
Still unsure about your problem? Visit our Foot Problems page and ask us a question about your specific problem below. We'll do our best to help.
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