Warwick Podiatry Centre

Shop SP03, Warwick Grove Shopping Centre
Cnr Beach and Erindale Road
Warwick WA 6024

Our new My FootDr Warwick podiatry clinic and shoe store is now open at Warwick Grove Shopping Centre.

Formally Balance Podiatry, this is My FootDr’s first clinic in Western Australia. Our brand new, state of the art podiatry clinic is equipped with state of the art equipment ensuring your podiatry care is second to none. This includes the latest in podiatry technology such as laser therapy for fungal nails, custom-made foot orthotics, video walking analysis and a range of orthotic-friendly footwear on-site from top brands including Ziera, Naot, Saucony, Merrell and more.

Our podiatry clinic services the northern suburbs of Perth including Warwick, Duncraig, Karrinyup, Malaga, Madeley, Balcatta, Girrawheen, Hamersley, Joondalup and Midland. Located in the Warwick Grove Shopping Centre, our podiatrists are ideally located.

What we can help with:

Heel Pain: One of the most common foot problems, plantar fasciitis, can be treated in a variety of ways. Let us help you get back on your feet as soon as possible.

Fungal Nail Laser Treatment: Fungal Nails affects 10% of the population. Don’t waste time with paint-on treatments. Treat fungal nail once and for all with laser treatment. Our podiatrist Tara and Hiep are highly trained laser technicians and have helped with hundreds of cases of Onychomycosis.

Diabetic Footcare: Feet are for life, and diabetic foot complications can threaten this. Lower the risk of serious injury with our advanced foot screenings, treatments and orthopaedic footwear.

Sports Podiatry: If you have sore feet after exercise, walking or playing a round of golf we can help. Our biomechanical assessment helps us to diagnose and find the cause of your heel, arch, foot or lower limb pain.

Children’s Podiatry: Children’s feet are different to that of adults. When they are young, their bones are still very soft and are therefore more easily affected by abnormal pressure and forces. It is important to nurture our children’s feet as most of the issues we see in adults have stemmed from issues as children.

General Foot Care: We can help treat all foot conditions including ingrown toenails, bunions, corns, calluses and skin conditions.

Orthotic-Friendly Footwear:  We stock a wide range of comfortable and supportive footwear from top brands.

We support rebates from all health funds. 

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Podiatrists are urging parents to take big steps for their children’s feet as part of National Foot Health Month, to help Aussie kids grow up living an active and pain-free life.

Australia’s largest podiatry group, My FootDr podiatry centres, has this month released new research revealing 81% of parents have never taken their child to visit a Podiatrist. Continue reading Little feet a big focus as Australia celebrates National Foot Health Month

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Preventing falls lands on foot health

Podiatry Falls PreventionDid 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

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2017 Healthy Feet Survey reveals Australia’s hidden foot problem

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.

Continue reading 2017 Healthy Feet Survey reveals Australia’s hidden foot problem