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At Footpoint Podiatry, we understand that foot, ankle and lower limb conditions can be incredibly painful and have a real impact on your quality of life. From routine care, to sports injuries, we are here to serve you and provide strategies to get you moving towards your goals.
Same day and overnight service available
At Footpoint we supply a range of orthotic friendly footwear options by Revere, Vionic and Rockport. Our friendly reception staff are trained at measuring, fitting and advising on the best style of footwear for you.
If you have an appointment booked, our Podiatrists will assess your current shoes and give you footwear advice during your consultation.Enquire Today
We stock a range of high quality socks including Compression Socks, Wright Socks, Feetures Socks, Fusion Socks and Injinji Socks.
Drop in during business hours to pick up your next pair of performance socks, your feet will thank you!Enquire Today
Having an onsite lab at Footpoint allows us to customise your shoes as part of your treatment plan. For example, for those with considerable leg length discrepancies we are able to add a raise to the exterior (midsole) of the shoes.
Our skilled technicians are able to customise the raise to any height, blending it with the footwear so it looks like part of the original shoe. This option is far more comfortable and practical than an internal heel raise, which may cause heel irritation and only compensate a fraction of the discrepancy.
This service can be completed within 48 hours of dropping off your shoes.Enquire Today
At Footpoint Podiatry we are able to fit you with custom orthotics on the same day as your Biomechanical Assessment.
Should you require our Same Day Orthotics service, your assessment will be performed in the morning, and by the afternoon you will be walking out with your very own custom orthotics. No lengthy delays, sign me up! This streamlined service is popular with those who visit us from out of town, including returning patients that have travelled from interstate, or those on holidays.
If you would like to take advantage of this service, please call 07 5474 0619 and speak to one of our friendly receptionists to arrange your appointments.Enquire Today
Our UV light shoe sanitiser at Footpoint is a safe and effective way to sanitise and deodorise the inside of your shoes. Sweat and heat from feet cause shoes to become a breeding ground for bacteria and the fungi that causes athlete's foot, fungal toenails and shoe odour.
You do not require an appointment for this service; simply drop in your shoes and collect them later in the day. We highly recommend this service if you are being treated for fungal toenails to ensure your shoes aren't harbouring any nasties.Enquire Today
Diabetes over time and with inappropriate control leads to the deterioration of peripheral nerves and blood vessels in the legs and feet. These conditions are referred to as Peripheral Neuropathy (loss of feeling in your feet) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (poor circulation in your legs and feet). If you have diabetes, you are at risk of developing these conditions and it is recommended you see a Podiatrist for annual neurological and vascular assessments.
Do you have diabetes? Click here to book an appointment to stay informed and keep track of your lower limb health.Enquire Today
Are your orthotics looking a little tired and starting to get a bit whiffy? Having an onsite orthotic lab at Footpoint means our technicians are able to refresh your orthotics with brand new top covers while you wait. Let us transform your orthotics like new again with our range of top covers in different materials and colours to match your footwear.
You don't need an appointment for our Orthotic Recover Service, just drop in between 8am - 2pm and we can have you walking out with your refurbished pair in no time.Enquire Today
Have you or friends noticed your little one running funny or tripping all the time? Does something just not ‘look right’ with your child’s feet? Is that an ingrown toenail?!
Come into Footpoint Podiatry to let one of our friendly Podiatrists assess your child’s feet and answer any burning questions you may have about their foot health (like why does my son’s joggers smell so bad? We know why, let’s talk)
Got questions? Don’t delay, book an appointment today! Click here to book a consult now to get your child’s feet assessed by one of our caring Podiatrists.Enquire Today
The Podiatrists at Footpoint are able to provide Manual Therapy techniques such as massage and percussive therapy (Therabody Theragun PRO) to manipulate muscles, connective tissues, tendons and ligaments. It can help reduce pain and relax the muscles to rehabilitate injuries.
Click here to book an appointment for a session of Manual Therapy with one of our Podiatrists.Enquire Today
Paraffin Wax Treatments have been shown to be beneficial in increasing the circulation in your feet, relieving sore/aching muscles and joints and deeply moisturizing the skin.
At Footpoint we only use medical-grade paraffin wax that retains heat long enough to have a therapeutic effect on the feet, and for your safety the temperature of the bath is set to a comfortable level so as not to cause burns or blistering.
This treatment is a wonderful relaxing way to keep your feet happy and healthy. It is popular and particularly effective following general foot and nail care.
Do you have tired, sore feet? Click here to book a time for a Paraffin Wax Treatment today.Enquire Today
A Biomechanical Assessment at Footpoint Podiatry allows one of our friendly Podiatrists to fabricate custom orthotics that are tailored to you and address your presenting concern.
Want to know more? Click here to book a consult now to see if you could benefit from custom orthotics.Enquire Today
Cupping Therapy is a traditional Chinese and Middle Eastern practice that can be used to treat a variety of conditions.
When combined with Manual Therapy, Cupping Therapy helps by promoting blood flow in the area being treated. This increases circulation and removal of toxins, helping you feel lighter on your feet and back on track sooner.
Curious about cupping? Click here to book a consultation with Principal Podiatrist Scott to discover the benefits of this ancient practice.Enquire Today
Nail Surgery is a great day procedure offered at Footpoint as a more definitive solution for recurrent ingrown toenails, heavily deformed toenails such as involuted toenails, painful clubbed toenails or nails damaged from trauma.
Footpoint Podiatry is fully equipped to perform Nail Surgery onsite using sterile techniques, so there is no need to go to hospital.
Are you sick of getting the same ingrown toenail time and time again? Do you have an unusual toenail that is constantly painful? Click here to book a consultation with one of our Podiatrists to discuss whether this is a good option for you.Enquire Today
Footpoint Podiatry is equipped with Sensor Medica 3D Pressure Plate Mapping technology supplied by Bodytech Systems Australia to capture and evaluate postural and biomechanical data, using foot pressure and postural analysis.
Our Sensor Medica foot pressure platforms enable high-speed data acquisition for static, dynamic and stabilometric analysis to get reliable, quantifiable surveys of each patient’s unique physiology and gain a deep insight into their biomechanics.
Do you think your feet aren't functioning optimally? Click here to make an appointment to see how we can help you.Enquire Today
Laser therapy is the colloquial term for Photobiomodulation (PBM Therapy). It is a form of light therapy using lasers or LEDs to improve tissue repair, reduce pain and inflammation wherever the beam is applied.
Want to discover the world of PBM Therapy and all its benefits? Click here to book a consult now for PBM Therapy.Enquire Today
Prolotherapy is the non surgical solution to chronic and acute pain and injuries. Prolotherapy is designed to repair weakened tendon, ligament and other soft tissue structures in the body which can be causes of intermittent or ongoing chronic musculoskeletal pain.
Prolotherapy works by injecting a natural irritant (dextrose) into and around a joint, tendon, muscle or ligament causing a purposeful, mild inflammation response near damaged tissue which helps new tissues grow. If you are suffering from chronic or acute joint pain, torn ligaments, tendonitis, bursitis, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, neuromas, pain as a result of an accident or heel pain, Prolotherapy can be an effective solution.
In one Prolotherapy session you may receive between 4-10 injections depending on the condition being treated. 4-6 sessions may be required over a period of 3-6 months.
Click here to book a time with Principal Podiatrist Scott to see if Prolotherapy is a suitable treatment option for you.Enquire Today
Custom foot orthotics are shoe inserts designed by one of our Podiatrists to support and improve the function of your foot, ankle and lower extremity. At Footpoint, Orthotic Therapy is used to treat a wide range of foot, ankle, leg and lower back conditions.
Our advanced onsite lab allows us to fabricate the highest quality custom orthotics, with a range of materials and coverings to suit your condition and footwear. Your orthotics are designed using CAD/CAM technology, which allows a seamless process from design through to manufacturing.
Footpoint has helped thousands of people live happier, healthier, more active lives, from children, hard working Aussie’s and the elderly, to professional sports athletes. We are your number one choice if you need custom orthotics.
Click here to book a Biomechanical Assessment with one of our Podiatrists to assess you and design your very own custom orthotics.Enquire Today
Dry Needling is a modern treatment used to release tension from knots or myofascial trigger points in muscles. When used in conjunction with Manual Therapy, it can be an effective tool in helping ease muscular tension that is contributing to your foot or lower limb condition. This treatment involves strategic placement of fine, short, stainless steel needles.
Still curious? Read our blog on Everything you need to know about Dry Needling
Want to try Dry Needling? Click here to book an appointment with Principal Podiatrist Scott for a session of Dry Needling.Enquire Today
Do you find it difficult to find comfortable, supportive, quality footwear? Are there one too many lumps and bumps to consider? Come into Footpoint and let our expert team find the right shoe for you to keep you moving in style.
We stock a range of footwear by Revere, Vionic and Rockport that include:
Come in during office hours and let our friendly team help you find the perfect fit for your feet.Enquire Today
Walking and running activities are becoming increasingly popular in Australia for both physical and mental wellbeing. Do you have a niggling injury that is constantly interrupting your training and just won’t go away? Perhaps you’d like to return to running after a period of rest for an acute or overuse injury. Maybe you’re hungry to improve your performance..
We are able to provide walking and running assessments to identify any underlying biomechanical factors that may be contributing to your susceptibility to injuries. Let us help keep you moving and achieving your health and fitness goals.
Click here to book your Biomechanical Assessment now.Enquire Today
Fungal toenails (Onychomycosis) is a common condition we treat at Footpoint, particularly due to the warm, humid Queensland weather.
We use Photodynamic Antimicrobial Therapy (PACT) to safely and gently treat fungal toenails. This modern system effectively kills bacteria, viruses and fungi on skin and nail surfaces without any discomfort, using a photosensitiser gel and PACT LED light.
The number of treatments will be determined by one of our Podiatrists, taking into account the length of time you have had the infection and the severity.
Click here to book an appointment to have your toenails assessed by one of our Podiatrists and your treatment plan discussed.Enquire Today
The hip is an extremely important and complex component of the lower extremity. With age and use, cartilage can wear down or become damaged. Muscles and tendons attached to the hip can succumb to overuse. Bones of the hip can fracture due to a fall or sporting injury. Any one or a number of these conditions can cause you to suffer from hip pain.
Even sitting in an awkward position or lying on your side for a prolonged period can cause temporary hip pain.
It is important to understand the underlying cause of your hip pain in order to form an effective treatment plan.
Have you been suffering from hip pain? Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists for an assessment today.Enquire Today
The knee joint is used every step that you take, so knee pain can quickly become a debilitating condition. Pain can arise from the knee joint itself, or the many soft tissue structures around the knee.
Your Podiatrist at Footpoint will perform a comprehensive examination to determine the factors contributing to your knee pain. They can offer:
Don’t just put up with knee pain! Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists to get you moving again.Enquire Today
Numbness in your foot may be a temporary condition or the result of a chronic underlying condition such as diabetes. Symptoms may also change or become progressively worse with time. Seeking advice for numbness in your foot may help slow or delay its progression, so don’t put off your assessment.
The chief symptom of numbness in the foot is the loss of sensation, which affects your sense of touch and balance, making it difficult to feel the position of your foot against the ground. You may also experience the following:
There are many diseases and conditions that can cause foot numbness. Here are just a few:
Click here to make an appointment if you have diabetes, or if you think the numbness in your foot is getting worse.Enquire Today
Peripheral Neuropathy refers to weakness, numbness and pain from nerve damage in the hands and feet. We often encounter this condition in the feet when caring for our patients with Diabetes, however it can also be caused by injuries, infections or exposure to toxins.
It’s important to understand that treatment can help peripheral neuropathy, however currently this condition can’t be cured. Treatment options available at Footpoint that may assist you include:
Do you suffer from Peripheral Neuropathy in your feet? Click here to book a time with one of our Podiatrists to see if we can assist you.Enquire Today
Gout is a complex form of arthritis that causes pain and inflammation when too much uric acid crystallises and deposits in the joints.
If you suffer from chronic gout, affected joints often become enlarged and lose their normal range of motion. We can provide you with:
Want to learn more about gout? Read our blog Gout: Things that go Ouch! in the night
Have you suffered from gout in the past? Let us help improve your comfort with custom orthotics and help finding the right footwear for you. Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists to assess your gout.Enquire Today
A claw toe is a toe that is contracted at the PIP and DIP joints - the middle and end joints in the toe. They can occur in any toe except the big toe.
Want to know more? Read our blog Hammer Time! The difference between Hammer Toes and Claw Toes
Concerned you may have Claw Toes? Click here to book an appointment with one of our friendly Podiatrists to assess your feet.Enquire Today
A Hammer Toe occurs when the middle (PIP) joint becomes flexed or bent downwards.
Want to learn more? Read our blog Hammer Time! The difference between Hammer Toes and Claw Toes
Does this sound like you? Do you already suffer from painful Hammer Toes? Help is not far away. Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists today.Enquire Today
As we get older we are at higher risk of developing arthritis. This is because joints wear down over time, we lose the smooth “cushioning” cartilage on the inside of the joint. Then your bones start to rub and wear against each other, yikes.
There are many types of arthritis (more than 100 diseases!) but today we’re going to talk about the most common - Osteoarthritis - the so called “wear-and-tear” arthritis.
Careful examination of the foot and ankle by one of our Podiatrists can determine if you have Osteoarthritis. They will take a thorough history and look for
They may also refer you for an x-ray to evaluate the extent and severity of the disease, and to help guide your treatment.
Have you been suffering from Osteoarthritis in your foot or ankle and don’t know what to do about it? Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists to hear how we can help you.Enquire Today
Rheumatoid Arthritis is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes joint pain, swelling, stiffness and damage throughout the body, including the foot and ankle.
Do you suffer from Rheumatoid Arthritis? Click here to make an appointment to see how we can help keep you moving.Enquire Today
Sever’s Disease causes pain at the attachment of the Achilles tendon to the heel bone in adolescents. Sadly it is often mistakenly brushed off as “growing pains”.
Sever’s disease (also known as calcaneal apophysitis) is a type of bony injury where the growth plate at the back of the heel bone becomes inflamed and causes pain. It is the most common cause of heel pain in children between the ages 8 - 14 years, particularly those who are active or participate in a lot of sports on a regular basis.
Is your child active and has been complaining of heel pain? Click here to book a time with one of our friendly Podiatrists to assess your child today.Enquire Today
“My Grandma had bunions”. We’ve heard it a thousand times. Don’t feel you’re destined to end up with feet like your Gran, prevention is key.
A bunion develops when the first metatarsal bone of the foot drifts outward and the big toe points inwards towards the other toes. Most people first notice a bony lump developing on the side of their big toe joint. We refer to bunions as hallux valgus. Fancy.
Think you have a bunion that needs our help? Click here to book an appointment now with one of our Podiatrists.Enquire Today
Metatarsalgia is a general term used to describe pain and inflammation in the ball of your foot. The metatarsals are the long thin bones in your foot that your toes are attached to.
Are the balls of your feet agony by the end of the day? Click here to book a time to come see us, we’d love to help you.Enquire Today
Sesamoid bones are curious things. Rather than being connected to other bones forming a joint, they are connected to muscles by tendons. The largest sesamoid bone in the body is the kneecap, also known as the patella. Did you know there are also tiny sesamoid bones in your foot too? Lets talk about them today, as they can become inflamed and painful, a condition known as Sesamoiditis.
Diagnosing Sesamoiditis starts with taking a thorough history and examination of your foot. Sesamoiditis usually occurs from overuse of the tendons around the sesamoids; activites such as running, basketball, ballet and any activity that require a lot of pressure to be placed on the ball of the foot place you at higher risk. Common signs and symptoms include:
Has the ball of your foot become increasingly more and more painful? Click here to book and appointment to get assessed by one of our Podiatrists and start on your road to recovery.Enquire Today
Shin Splints (medial tibial stress syndrome) refers to pain along the inner edge of your shin bone, what we call the tibia. It is a common exercise-induced injury that is often associated with running, but can also occur with any vigorous sports activity or if you have started a new fitness program.
Don’t put up with painful lower legs. Click here to book a time to see one of our Podiatrists and get you back on track.Enquire Today
Most people have either had or know someone who has had Plantar Fasciitis. Heel pain can make your life pretty miserable and stop you from enjoying many aspects of your daily routine. Plantar Fasciitis is inflammation of the thick band of tissue on the sole of your foot, that connects the heel to the base of the toes. It is often characterised by a stabbing pain near the heel, and pain may be worse in the morning or when standing after a period of rest.
Do you suffer from heel pain? Look no further, Click here to arrange an appointment so we can help get you out of pain and back to the activities you enjoy.Enquire Today
The forefoot - commonly referred to as the ball of the foot - is an extremely complex area, and is critical for normal and efficient movement.
There are many causes of Forefoot Pain which require careful judgement and assessment to confirm a diagnosis and form an appropriate treatment plan.
Common causes of Forefoot Pain:
If you are experiencing Forefoot Pain seek professional advice from Footpoint Podiatry to achieve the best outcome. Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists.Enquire Today
Diabetes over time and with inappropriate control leads to the deterioration of peripheral nerves and blood vessels in legs and feet. These conditions are referred to as Peripheral Neuropathy (loss of feeling in your feet) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (poor circulation in your legs and feet).
If you have Diabetes, you are at risk of developing these conditions and it is recommended you see your Podiatrist for annual neurological and vascular assessments. By doing this you can stay informed and keep track of your lower limb health.
Comprehensive services offered at Footpoint for Diabetic patients:
Click here if you have Diabetes and would like to see one of our Podiatrists and keep your foot health a priority.Enquire Today
Our legs work hard to meet the demands of our day-to-day activities and commitments. This doesn't mean you should be in pain, though. Here are some common causes of Leg Pain:
Bones, Joints, Muscles
Blood Vessels and Clots
Click here if you suffer from Leg Pain and would like to get it assessed, diagnosed and treated by one of our Podiatrists.Enquire Today
People with Flat Feet - also known as Fallen Arches - have either no or a very low arch on the inside of their feet.
The arches provide a spring to our step and helps distribute body weight across the feet. The structure of the arch often determines how a person walks. Arches need to be both sturdy to propel us forward, as well as flexible to adapt to the ground and different surfaces.
Flat feet often run in families, however they can also arise from foot or ankle injuries, arthritis, weak arches, aging, excess body weight, damage or dysfunction of the posterior tibial tendon, or be caused by systemic conditions that affect nerves and muscles.
Do you have Flat Feet? Click here to book an appointment to see one of our friendly Podiatrists for an assessment today.Enquire Today
A common condition which can vary from mild to debilitating symptoms. The cause is a piece of nail protruding into the surrounding skin, leading to irritation of the local nerves and blood vessels. When treated early an ingrown toe nail can usually be managed by removing the nail spike and offloading pressure on the toe. If left untreated or if you have a history of ingrown toe nails you may required one of our podiatrists to permanently remove the nail portion.
During your appointment your podiatrist will be able to assess your toe and determine the best course of treatment for you now and for the long term.
Do you have a painful ingrown toenail that just isn't going away? Help is not far away! Click here to book a time now and let us get you out of pain and back to enjoying your life.Enquire Today
The most common cause of ankle pain is an acute sprain. Ankle sprains are caused by rolling or twisting the ankle causing injury to the surrounding supportive ligaments and tendons. Due to the complex structure and function of the ankle region there can be many causes for pain ranging from;
Given the complexity of the ankle joint and it's surrounds, ankle pain should be treated by one of our Podiatrists to ensure the cause of your pain is correctly diagnosed. Click here to book an appointment now.Enquire Today Read our Blog
The Achilles tendon is the thickest tendon in the body connecting the calf muscles to the heel bone. It is the most commonly ruptured tendon, usually as a result of a sports injury. There are 2 conditions that affect the Achilles tendon. One is known as Achilles Tendonitis and the other, Achilles Tendinosis. Inflammation of the Achilles tendon is common in both professional and weekend athletes as well as those who spend a large amount of time on their feet for work or other recreational activities. Achilles pain is typically developed due to an overuse injury that starts out with a very small amount of damage and gradually gets worse with overuse.
Treatment of these conditions are tailored individually and specific to patient's needs. We strongly recommend you seek treatment early for a better prognosis and more rapid recovery time.
Have you been suffering for Achilles tendon pain? Click here to book an appointment with one of our Podiatrists to begin your journey to recovery.Enquire Today
High arch feet (Pes Cavus) is a condition where the arch or instep remains very high even when standing. Some people may have heard of it referred to as supinated feet (the opposite of pronated feet) or rolled out feet.
This type of foot can lead to a variety of symptoms including:
Do you have high arch feet? We have plenty of solutions to help keep you doing the things you love. Click here to book a time for your foot assessment.Enquire Today
Here at Footpoint our Podiatrists are trained at treating a wide range of foot and leg complaints, including childhood conditions. We work together with parents and children to find the root cause of the problem and put in place a treatment plan to ensure best outcome results. We find long term solutions for children are best achieved by regular checkups and education. Our advanced technology allows us to perform gait analysis that is recorded in our patient's file and examined during the course of the treatment to clinically and accurately assess your child's progress.
If you notice your child has hypermobility, in toeing, flat feet, inward rolling feet, balance problems, heel, knee, hip or foot pain, toe walking or tired aching feet and legs we recommend our gait analysis assessment and potentially orthotic therapy.
Children are often treated for ingrown toe nails, which may simply require a short appointment or possible in clinic surgery to remove a part of the nail.
Two of the most common childhood conditions are the irritation of the growth plates (most commonly at the back of the heel or front of the knee) from the pulling of tight muscles in active kids and night bone pain and muscle cramps. Irritation of the growth plate and night pains are specific to children but should be investigated by your podiatrist when they arise to appropriately diagnosed and treat the condition.
We believe in preventative methods for injuries and recommend children have an annual checkup prior to the start of the school year to assess walking patterns, foot positioning and wear on shoes. By bringing your child in for an assessment we can work on any potential problems that may occur if left untreated.
Click here to book your child's assessment today.Enquire Today
Do you always seem to wear one shoe more than the other? Do you find your hips hang on one side? You may have a leg length discrepancy.
Leg length discrepancy is a difference in the length of the legs. Some people are born with legs of different lengths or surgery like a hip replacement may be the cause. In other cases, injuries, illnesses, or dysfunction can cause a discrepancy to develop over time.
Do you think you have a leg length discrepancy that’s causing you pain or keeping you from performing at your best? Click here to book a consult with one of our Podiatrists for a Leg Length Assessment.Enquire Today
We call this our GT appointment, which is short for 'General Treatment'. When you book in for a GT appointment your podiatrist will remove corns and callous, heel cracks, cut and buff your nails and check over your feet for any skin conditions. This appointment is popular for everyone, and is especially popular with those with problem nails and skin, or for those who have difficulty cutting their own nails and keeping thickened skin at bay. Patients often comment that they feel like they are walking on air when they have had one of our GT treatments.
We recommend you return every 6-8 weeks for this type of appointment for to keep your feet in peek condition. In addition to this treatment we recommend a paraffin foot wax bath which compliments the GT treatment by prolonging the suppleness and moisture in the skin.
Click here to book a time for general nail and skin care with one of our Podiatrists, you'll be walking on clouds by the end of your appointment.Enquire Today
Have you noticed one of your toenails looks a bit odd? Is it yellow or breaking apart? You may have a fungal infection.
Onychomycosis is a fungal infection of the nail and is estimated to affect up to 1.6 million Australians, so you’re not alone.
If you think you may have fungal toenails, Click here to book a appointment with one of our Podiatrist to assess your toenails and discuss your treatment options.Enquire Today
Warts typically occur in children and adolescents and are most commonly located on the sole of the foot. In children 50% of warts will self-resolve within 6 months and 90% within 2 years. Warts can be pesky and hang around for longer than wanted, they do this because they sit happily in the skin without detection from the body’s natural immune system.
There are many treatments for warts and they all have one thing in common; they irritate the wart tissue and trigger the body’s natural immune system to recognise the wart and eradicate it. Your podiatrist has the tools available to safely and topically aid in the eradication of the wart tissue.
Click here to book a time with one of our Podiatrists to assess the skin of your feet and discuss your treatment options.Enquire Today
Patients with an active ulcer require regular wound care and re-dressing.
Those at greater risk of ulceration are patients with chronic conditions affecting the lower-limb health such as peripheral neuropathy (loss of feeling in the feet), peripheral arterial disease (poor circulation to the feet), venous insufficiency (blood pooling in the feet) or diabetes.
It is important that if you are at risk of ulceration or think you have an ulcer that you seek advise and appropriate management by your podiatrist as soon as possible.
If you have high-risk feet and require assistance with wound or ulcer management, Click here to make a time to see one of our friendly Podiatrists.Enquire Today
Monique has a wealth of Podiatry knowledge gained from her many years of professional podiatry practice management. She is passionate about ensuring high quality care for patients and splits her time between reception and back end office administration.
Outside of the practice Monique loves to keep fit by hitting the gym, running, walking her dog and spending time with her family.
Areas of interest include conservative and surgical management of ingrown toenails, rehabilitation of sports and overuse injuries such as plantar fasciitis and tendinopathies, as well as general foot and nail care.
Kim is passionate about health and fitness – you might see her walking or running her vizsla around Noosa, having a swim or sweating it out doing a workout.
Zoe Burns graduated from Queensland University of Technology with distinction. Zoe has lived on the Sunshine Coast for most of her life and in her spare time enjoys boxing, roller-skating, going to the beach and drawing.
Zoe employs a holistic approach with all her patients by incorporating detailed clinical assessments, best available evidence-based practice and the patient’s goals, values and beliefs.
Integrating a holistic approach with attention to detail, Zoe has a specific interest in pre- and post- bunion operation assessments as well as management and treatment of Posterior Tibial Tendon Dysfunction.
Zoe has completed her accreditation in Low Level Laser (LLL) Therapy. LLL Therapy is a great tool for treating patients with symptomatic Osteoarthritis, painful neuropathy, soft tissue (Muscles, ligaments, and tendons) injury, oedema and inflammation.
Zoe has developed a keen interest in the diabetic and high risk foot as well as lower limb biomechanics and its roll in chronic and complex lower limb conditions.
Scott came from a background in composite production engineering in aviation to graduate in Podiatry in 1989. Scott moved from Sydney to Noosa in 1995. His move to Noosa was based around a balanced lifestyle which Noosa provided.
Coming from a track and field background and a mix of team sports, Scott moved into multisports in the early 90s with the love for cross training in many sporting disciplines. Competing in many triathlons for fitness, he has also completed 5 ironman events.
Still active in trail running, ocean swimming and both mountain bike and road riding, Scott makes the occasional sneaky trip to NZ for some white-water river racing. Celebrating over 30 years as a registered Podiatrist, he still finds himself forever learning and updating his Podiatry and muscular skeletal skills in order to assist the community. Scott has a diverse background, being involved in founding a number of business entities from production facilities and IT businesses focused on health.
Scott is a big believer in mixing up activities to reduce the "overuse" injuries- which led him into this profession – with his qualifications encompassing engineering, podiatry, strength and conditioning training, dry needling and cupping.
Do you find it difficult to stretch out or straighten one or more of your toes? Are your foot modelling dreams slipping away because your toes are looking a lot less like Katy Perry’s and more like your Nan’s? You may have Hammer Toes or Claw Toes my friend, let’s talk about it.As Podiatrists, we have seen it all when it comes to feet. Every now and then, a sheepish New Patient is quick to blurt out “I’m sorry, my feet are awful!”. First of all, I’d like to point out that we ar...Read full post
What comes on suddenly at night and causes severe pain, redness and swelling in joints? If you’ve ever suffered from gout, you’ll know it’s something you want to get seen to, pronto.Gout is a complex form of arthritis that causes pain and inflammation when too much urid acid crystallises and deposits in the joints. How do I know I have gout?Oh you’ll know about it! Attacks occur suddenly, often at night, and the pain is so severe it will wake you The affected joint is ho...Read full post
Ingrown toenails. It’s enough to send a shiver down your spine if you’ve ever had one turn pear shaped. And boy can they deteriorate rapidly without proper care and attention. Thankfully, the team at Footpoint Podiatry is here to help, and get you out of this sticky, often painful situation.There are many steps before we would recommend Nail Surgery. In the first instance, our primary goal is to get you out of pain and fighting off that infection. For cases that seem to return time and t...Read full post
The other day over coffee, a friend was raving about Dry Needling, and now my Podiatrist has recommended it as part of my treatment. So what exactly is Dry Needling, and how can it help me? Let’s talk about Dry Needling Dry Needling is a modern treatment used to release tension from knots or myofascial trigger points in muscles. When used in conjunction with Manual Therapy, it can be an effective tool in helping ease muscular tension that is contributing to you foot or lower limb c...Read full post
The most common complaint of ankle pain is acute sprains. Ankle sprains are caused by rolling or twisting the ankle causing injury to the surrounding supportive ligaments and tendons. Due to the complex structure and function of the ankle region there can be many causes for pain ranging from;Micro-tears of the supportive ligaments Fractures Joint dislocations SprainsGiven the complexity of the ankle joint and it's surrounds, ankle pain should be treated by one of our podiatris...Read full post
Diabetes over time and with inappropriate control leads to the deterioration of peripheral nerves and blood vessels in legs and feet. These conditions are referred to as Peripheral Neuropathy (loss of feeling in your feet) and Peripheral Arterial Disease (poor circulation in your legs and feet). If you have diabetes, you are at risk of developing these conditions and it is recommended you see a Podiatrist for annual neurological and vascular assessments. By doing this you can stay informed and k...Read full post
Here at Footpoint our Podiatrists are trained at treating all aspects of foot and leg complaints, including childhood conditions. We work together with parents and children to find the root cause of the problem and put in place a treatment plan to ensure best outcome results. We find long term solutions for children are best achieved by regular checkups and education. Our advanced technology allows us to perform gait analysis that is recorded in our patient's file and examined during the course ...Read full post
I found Scott and his team at to be passionate and professional providers of podiatry advice. Scott goes the extra yard when it comes to finding solutions and his expertise and diversity of knowledge quickly were able to help my performance and general health.Ryan Palk
I wish to complement the staff and organisation of Footpoint Podiatry for their outstanding care and professionalism. Thank you team.Allan McKenzie
Scott and the team at Footpoint were absolutely amazing. So professional and accurate. I had new orthotics made after ten years of very old ones and I was able to run 8kms again without left foot pain due to a collapsed arch. Thank you wonderful team.Julie-Ann Nicholls
Footpoint Podiatry is a specialty podiatry and orthotic practice that has been servicing the Sunshine Coast since 1995. We strive to provide our patients with superior podiatry services by diagnosing, preventing and treating conditions of the foot and lower limb. Our aim is to achieve optimal foot health and provide quality service.
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