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Could you benefit from including Podiatry in your NDIS plan? Firstly, what is Podiatry? Podiatry is an allied health profession trained in specifically treating the foot, ankle and lower limb. Podiatry is covered under NDIS.  We work towards achieving your goals.  What things may a Podiatrist help me with? Nail...

Developmental Coordination Disorder - often associated with ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD) is a common motor skills disorder which affects the fine and gross motor skills coordination and motor planning of a child. This has impacts on both academic and social development...

Could injection therapy be your answer? Injection therapy can be used in many ways in Podiatry. Our Podiatrists are trained in using local anaesthetic injections for a variety of different conditions and procedures.  Injection therapies are used to assist in getting the best out of your treatment...

Cuboid Syndrome is a common cause of lateral foot pain. The cuboid is a bone in the mid foot.  Common symptoms of cuboid syndrome:● Pain on the outside of the foot● Pain can be dull and aching, or sharp and acute● There may be reduced range...

Diabetes is a systemic condition that can affect your feet. Podiatrists help to assess, identify and prevent lower limb diabetic foot complications. Having diabetes doesn't always mean having issues with your feet, but if left untreated it can lead to 3 main issues: 1. Reduced blood supply...

Podiatry treatment has an important role to play in improving the quality of life of people living with disabilities. We understand how important comfort and mobility is to the individual and their families.  The Foot Studio works alongside NDIS Plan Managers and other Health Practitioners to...

How Does ESWT Work? During treatment the high energy radial waves interact with Substance P (a brain chemical that stimulates pain receptors in the body) and other tissues which leads to a cascade of beneficial effects including enhancing circulation, reversal of chronic inflammation, stimulation of collagen...

High Power Laser Therapy (HPL) HPL is used for both acute and chronic injuries. HPL helps us to heal the body from injury quicker. HPL is a light amplification device that works by stimulated emission of radiation in a safe manner. It facilitates tissue regeneration, works...

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