Are you looking for an experienced podiatrist in Brisbane CBD? Our inner-city location provides podiatry services to people living and working in Brisbane city and surrounding suburbs.
We offer solutions for all foot and lower limb related problems; from general and diabetic foot care, ingrown toenails to heel pain, fungal nails and plantar warts. Our podiatrists will address your problem and map out an individualised plan to ensure you're achieving your goals.
We are located inside the lobby, on the ground floor at 344 Queen Street.
Fax: (07) 3220 3851
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 3:30pm
Ground Floor/344 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Our Brisbane city podiatrist clinic is within a:
There is a loading zone outside the building where passengers can be dropped off, however this zone is strictly limited to 2 minutes.
Below you will find the costs for an initial consultation for new patients and a standard consultation for existing patients.
If you would like more information regarding other treatment costs at our podiatry clinic in Brisbane City, please contact us.
Our experienced podiatrists at The Feet People in Brisbane City use state-of-the-art technology to ensure that you get the best possible treatment.
Learn more about our different treatment options below, but if in doubt, feel free to give our friendly team a call.
Diabetic Foot Care
Ingrown Toenail Treatment
Corns & Callus Treatment
Nail & Skin Care
There are many factors that can be behind ankle pain, and anyone who has experienced it knows just how uncomfortable it is. When it comes to what is causing the ankle pain, there usually isn't a straightforward answer. Ankles are made up of numerous ligaments that surround the bone, so it could be a problem with these ligaments, or the bone itself.
Common causes of ankle pain include stress fractures, Achilles tendinopathy, sever's disease, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we can help you treat them, head to our guide about ankle pain.
Not only do the bones in your feet and hands make up half of the bones in your entire body, but the feet also have many tendons and ligaments, too. Each of these things can be injured and cause pain throughout your foot as well as affect foot function.
Plus, bones, ligaments and tendons aren't the only foot injuries there are. Problems can commonly be found with the skin on the feet, as well as with toenails.
Common causes of foot and arch pain include bunions, plantar fasciitis, Morton's neuroma, corns & calluses, fungal toenails and plantar warts. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we can help you treat them, head to our guide about feet and arch pain.
While hip pain is generally associated with older people, the truth is that people of any age can experience hip pain. Hip pain can make it hard to walk and create severe discomfort. The hip is a very large area, in fact, it's the largest ball-and-socket joint in the body. However, because of its great mobility, it can be prone to a number of issues.
Common causes of hip pain include osteoarthritis, bursitis, iliotibial band syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we can help you treat them, head to our guide about hip pain.
Kid's are full of energy and are often accident prone so it's very common for them to end up with a bump or bruise on their leg or feet from a tumble or accident. However, pain in kid's feet and legs isn't always caused by injuries. As a parent, it's very hard to watch a child in pain, even if the incident was caused by their own daredevil ways!
Common causes of foot and leg pain in children include sever's disease, osgood-schlatter disease, plantar warts, ingrown toenails, shin splints and athlete's foot. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we can help you treat them, head to our guide about kid's foot and leg pain.
If you haven't had a severe knee injury yourself, you probably know someone who has. For that reason, you'll know that a knee injury can be very serious and can require extensive treatment to fix. Knee pain is commonly associated with sports injuries. However, knee pain isn't always related to a knee injury, you can experience knee pain for other reasons, too.
Common causes of knee pain include bursitis, osgood-schlatter disease, stress fractures, osteoarthritis, iliotibial Band Syndrome and rheumatoid arthritis. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we can help you treat them, head to our guide about knee pain.
As you'd expect, leg pain is one of the biggest factors that can affect mobility. Problems with muscles, tendons, tissues, ligaments and bones can also cause leg pain. Leg pain can often be made much worse when it's not treated and weight is put on it. For this reason, it's very important to get to the root of the cause of your leg pain quickly so that it can be treated correctly.
Common causes of leg pain include Bursitis, shin splints. iliotibial band syndrome (ITBS), sciatica, posterior tibial tendon dysfunction, and stress fractures. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we can help you treat them, head to our guide about leg pain.
By the time you've hit the ripe young age of 30, you've probably already experienced lower back pain. The bad news? Back pain generally gets worse the older you get. As most people know, lower back pain can be uncomfortable at best and absolutely debilitating at worst.
Back pain is commonly caused by sciatica. Sciatica is a very broad term to describe pain that originates in the spine and radiates down the back of the leg. It most often occurs when a herniated disk or bone spur on the spine compresses part of the nerve. To find out more about sciatica, and how we can help you treat it, head to our guide about lower back pain.
Podiatry sessions are covered by Medicare in some instances. If your injury or ailment fulfills the requirements of the Chronic Disease Management (CDM) Program you could be covered. A CDM program can be established by your doctor if your ailment is classified as a ‘chronic’ condition which usually means it's existed for longer than three months.
If your doctor confirms that you are eligible to be part of a CDM program, you will be able to claim up to 5 medicare rebates for podiatry per calendar year.
A podiatrist will usually discuss your medical history and examine your feet and legs during your first visit. They will then examine the problem area and discuss treatment options or recommend further testing.
Although podiatrists are specialists, you usually do not require a referral to see a podiatrist. While doctors may refer patients to a podiatrist, at The Feet People we don't require a referral from our patients.
Yes. There are a lot of conditions involving toenails that can affect foot health. The most common and well-known condition is ingrown toenails. While an ingrown toenail may sound like a minor inconvenience, if a toenail is severely ingrown it can get infected and it can cause the infection to spread into the bloodstream, which can cause sepsis. Sepsis is a very serious - and potentially fatal - condition.
A podiatrist can teach you how to properly trim toenails to avoid ingrown toenails, or offer a permanent solution as well as assist with other conditions that need proper toenail trimming.
If you have any issues that involve your foot and ankle - including skin problems, circulation, diabetes, foot pain and toenail issues - you should make an appointment with a podiatrist to identify the root of the problem and treat it accordingly.