Our centres provide the full scope of clinical podiatry including comprehensive foot assessments, various treatments and surgery.
My FootDr is now open at North Lakes Specialist Medical Centre.
You can trust our highly-qualified podiatrist Denholm Smith to provide extra care and attention when delivering the best in foot care solutions for you and your family.
We can help with:
- Heel and arch pain (plantar fasciitis)
- Sports injuries including shin splints, Achilles pain and knee pain (anterior knee pain, meniscal injuries, and patella tendinitis
- Children’s foot health
- Diabetes foot care
Biomechanical Assessment: When you book an appointment with our podiatrists, they will take a detailed history, perform a physical assessment, use video walking analysis, and take a 3D foot scan to find out what’s causing the pain.
Video Walking Analysis: How you walk means a lot to a podiatrist. There are three basic stages to the human gait cycle, and it is impossible view the detail of this intricate motion with the naked eye. With our computerised video gait analysis, we are able to break each second of the gait cycle into tiny segments (frames), allowing detailed assessment of the patient’s foot position and overall posture.
Custom-made foot orthotics: When your feet need a little extra support, we prescribe custom foot orthotics to help alleviate and prevent foot, ankle, and knee pain and improve your balance and foot function in general. From children to professional sports athletes, My FootDr has helped support thousands of happy feet across the country and is proudly the leading provider of custom foot orthotics in Australia.
Are you one of the 48% of Australians 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.
Plantar heel pain (often caused by plantar fasciitis) is a common condition causing severe pain under the heel bone. Pain in the heel or in the arch often indicates inflammation of the long band of tissue under the foot called the plantar fascia.
Each year, having a second pair of custom foot orthotics saves thousands of patients significant time, money, hassle and the recurring question: “now which shoes did I leave my orthotics in?”.
If you’re on the fence about whether you need that second pair, here’s what you should know.