At My FootDr we commonly see patients who have perfectly healthy feet but have issues that begin with wearing incorrect footwear. If your shoes make your feet hurt an hour into the day or you’re covering your feet with Band-Aids to protect you against rubbing shoes – it’s time to re-think your footwear. Read more
We all know children’s feet are growing all the time and need to be measured regularly, but did you know that our feet can change during adulthood too? Although changes may be small, it can make a big difference to the fit of your shoes.
Wearing the wrong size shoes can cause heel pain, blistering and leave you feeling sore even after short periods of time on your feet. Read more
Podiatrists are encouraging people with Type 1 and 2 Diabetes to book an annual checkup to help prevent diabetes-related foot amputations. Read more
Are you one of the 48 per cent of Australian’s that wake up with heel pain once a week? If heel pain is impacting how you move, how you feel, and how you live, then it’s time to get help from My FootDr. Read more
Feet are the foundation for your body, and those who take them for granted may end up paying for it later in life. Blokes are probably the worst offenders for their reluctance to seek help when they need it, and often choose a ‘she’ll be right’ attitude towards their health care. Read more
To help you find the best golf shoes for your game, our podiatrists have compared a range of golf shoe styles from leading brands to help you decide on what’s the best fit for you. Read more
It isn’t very often that men leave a job half done, but when it comes to caring for their feet they often fall a little short of the mark. Read more
When it comes to the change of seasons, often the transition from autumn to winter is the one we notice the most. The chilly climate and shorter days make getting out of bed a little harder – and often taking those first few steps each morning are a little harsh on your feet!
Podiatrists prescribe custom foot orthotics (or orthotic shoe inserts) for a range of conditions, however the most common reasons are to provide better foot support, correct the alignment of the foot (rolls in or out – pronation) or to improve overall foot function. Read more