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My FootDr opens brand new podiatry clinic in Orange, NSW

A brand new podiatry offering is aimed at helping Orange residents consider the important role feet play in their overall health and well-being.

My FootDr has opened a new podiatry clinic and shoe store at Orange City Centre, offering locals the opportunity to access world-class podiatry care supported by state of the art podiatry equipment. Continue reading My FootDr opens brand new podiatry clinic in Orange, NSW

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Netball Shoe Review 2018

My FootDr Netball Shoe Review

My FootDr Netball Shoe ReviewNetball is an extremely fast-paced game that places a lot of stress on the feet, ankles and knees. Therefore, you need the right netball shoes for your feet to reduce the risk of developing or exacerbating injuries.

To help you find your perfect netball shoe we have compared the most popular styles from leading brands to help you decide on what’s the best fit for you. Download our free eBook today! Continue reading Netball Shoe Review 2018

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Football Boot Review 2018

To get the most out of your game and your body, you need to wear the right football boots for your feet. Our podiatrist have reviewed over 20 men’s and women’s football boots from leading brands to help you find the best fit for your game. Download our free eBook today! Continue reading Football Boot Review 2018

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My FootDr welcomes Victorian podiatry group South East Podiatry

My FootDr has strengthened its national footprint partnering with established podiatry group South East Podiatry, marking the brand’s first move into Victoria.

Established in 2006, South East Podiatry is home to more than 20 podiatrists and support staff working across five locations in Boronia, Cranbourne, Leongatha, Pakenham and Warragul. Continue reading My FootDr welcomes Victorian podiatry group South East Podiatry

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School shoes (And Why It’s Not Just About Fit)

We all know kids grow a lot over the school holidays and often you need to buy new uniforms and new school shoes.

If their uniform is a little baggy that’s fine, it’s not a fashion contest, and they’ll grow into it during the year. However, school shoes must fit correctly from the get-go. Continue reading School shoes (And Why It’s Not Just About Fit)

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Gen Z starting school on the wrong foot.

Leading podiatrists warn that many Australian children could be starting off the school year on the wrong foot by wearing shoes that permanently damage their feet.

Children spend at least 1200 hours in school shoes each year – and that doesn’t factor in extra-curricular activities such as sports. Continue reading Gen Z starting school on the wrong foot.