Our centres provide the full scope of clinical podiatry including comprehensive foot assessments, various treatments and surgery.
My FootDr Macgregor is located inside Allsports Physiotherapy at the CBJ Health club, on 568 Kessels Road, Macgregor.
Whether you’re an elite athlete with a sports injury or someone that has a toenail problem, our podiatrists treat all types of patients with different lifestyle and ages. Combined with our holistic approach to your health and easy-access to other multidisciplinary services from our partners at Allsports Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine we ensure to strive you receive the best health outcomes.
Our clinic is equipped with state of the art diagnostic and treatment equipment, including video gait analysis systems for comprehensive biomechanical examinations, 3D foot scanners and 3D Custom Orthotics.
Our podiatrists are trained to Include a wide range of foot, ankle and lower leg conditions including heel pain (plantar fasciitis), Achilles Tendinopathy, shin splints (medial tibial periostitis), bunions (hallux valgus), forefoot pain (Morton’s neuroma), foot and ankle sprains, knee pain (e.g. patellofemoral pain syndrome) and sports injuries.
There is parking at the front and side of the building.
Having our toes suddenly turn red can be alarming - especially when we can’t pinpoint a specific cause. Alongside the redness, you may also experience some pain, swelling, and wearing your regular work shoes or joggers may now feel uncomfortable. As the cause of the redness can range from problems with our skin and blood vessels to problems with our muscles and bones, our podiatry team has shared the top five causes of red toes that we see and treat here at My FootDr.
We all know and have experienced that uncomfortable prickling, tingling, numbing sensation that we call pins and needles countless times - but why do we get pins and needles? And what can we do to help make the feeling go away so we can get on with our day?
Today, the My FootDr team are sharing the causes, considerations and treatments for pins and needles in the feet, which we medically refer to as paraesthesia - and there may be a lot more to it than you think!
If you have flat feet, knowing which insoles are right for your feet can be difficult and confusing. There are so many types out there, which may leave you with a lot more questions than answers, like:
How do I tell the difference between the different types of insoles - they all look the same?
Which are the best insoles for me and my feet?
How do I know if the insoles I have now are right for me?
Is my foot or leg pain because of my flat feet?
Am I going to get foot problems because of my flat feet - and would insoles help?
These are great and valid questions, and our podiatrists have set out to answer them all by explaining what having flat feet really mean for you - and where insoles fit into the picture.