Located on Brunswick Street Fortitude Valley, our Fortitude Valley podiatry clinic is instantly recognisable for the thousands of daily travellers on this main traffic corridor. The growing number of inner city residences in this area is testament to the growing success of this region. Our Fortitude Valley podiatry centre is located in Central Brunswick, between 777 Cafe & Bar and Central Brunswick Apartments and is easily accessed by bus, train and car with free parking available in the complex off Martin Place.
As a standard, the centre is well appointed with state of the art podiatric equipment, such as video gait analysis equipment for comprehensive biomechanical examinations, Orthema total contact foot scanning for orthotic manufacture and a dedicated surgical room for ingrown toenail surgeries and general footcare.
In our onsite shoe store we stock a range of orthotic friendly shoes including brands like New Balance, Ziera, Steel Blue and Orthoheel.
Providing podiatry services and foot care to Fortitude Valley, New Farm, Teneriffe, Newstead, Brisbane and surrounding areas.
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Did you know that more than 260 people aged 65 and over were hospitalised for a fall-related injury every day in 2016? Don’t let it be you or someone you care about.
As Senior’s Week (Qld) approaches later this month (August 19 – 27), we want to help educate Australians around the importance of preventing falls among our community’s most vulnerable. Continue reading Preventing falls lands on foot health
This month we are excited to release our inaugural Healthy Feet Survey to help bridge the information gap on foot health through examining how Australians look after their feet and lift the lid on some of the fundamental awareness issues with podiatry as a health service.
Commissioned and published by Australia’s largest podiatry groups My FootDr and Balance Podiatry, the report reveals modern lifestyle demands and ignorance are two major factors impacting on foot health.
As 500 participants descend on D’Aguilar National Park this weekend (June 16-18) to take on the arduous Oxfam Trailwalker charity event, they’ll need all the emotional and physical support they can get.
Fortunately, 16 podiatrists from my FootDr podiatry centres will be out in force to support the participants as they pass the final checkpoint in the demanding 100-kilometre trail walk from Mount Glorious to Mount Coot-tha, signalling 14 kilometres to the finish line.