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Podiatrist Clayfield

Home visit podiatrist


Are you based in Brisbane and looking for a professional and knowledgeable podiatrist? If so, then look no further than The Feet People. We are a team of expertly trained podiatrists who can detect and treat conditions of the feet and lower limbs.

At The Feet People, our experienced team has decades of experience treating conditions like plantar fasciitis, incorrect foot alignment, conducting nail surgery and more.

We have two conveniently located podiatry clinics in Brisbane located in close proximity to Clayfield - CBD (located 7 kms away) and Newmarket (located 7 kms away).

Our fully qualified podiatrists also provide home visits in the Clayfield area. To book a home visit please call us on 1300 993 338.

Our Clayfield Podiatrists Services

At The Feet People, we treat a wide range of different conditions that are linked to the foot and ankle. Below are some of the podiatry services we offer.

Swift Therapy


Swift Therapy is a relatively new and very safe treatment that's used on warts. Traditionally, warts were often 'frozen' off using dry ice, this can be painful, affect surrounding skin and have a low rate of effectiveness. Swift Therapy involves sending low-dose microwave energy through a probe to generate the body's immune system to fight off the HPV virus, which causes warts.

Shockwave Therapy


Shockwave therapy is a treatment that applies acoustic wave pulsations directly to the skin in the area of concern. These waves encourage the tissues located around the injury to generate a healing response. Shockwave therapy can help with both pain management and with treatment.

Custom Orthotics


Poor posture, sore feet, ankle pain and trouble walking are all symptoms commonly associated with the misalignment of feet. Feet that aren't aligned properly are corrected through orthotic therapy, which involves an orthotic podiatrist developing custom-made shoe inserts. Our experienced team are specialists in creating orthotics that can correct a patient's individual issue.

Diabetic Foot Assessment


Diabetes can cause serious health complications, one of them being foot problems in the form of either diabetic neuropathy or diabetic ulcers. Both of these complications can have very dangerous consequences. If you have diabetes, it's a good idea to have a diabetic foot assessment undertaken, so that you can ensure you haven't developed either condition. If you have, then our experienced team working at our private practice can help work out a diabetic care plan with you during an appointment.

Dry Needling


Dry needling is the act of inserting tiny, micro needles into trigger points within the body to release tension and increase mobility. At The Feet People, we use dry needling on muscles from the lower limbs downwards. A session of dry needling can help with pain relief and increased mobility. Some chronic cases may require multiple sessions.

PACT


PACT therapy is used to eliminate fungal infections. It involves focussing a beam of high wavelength light on the fungus which works to kill the infected cells. The benefit of using PACT therapy is that it is very effective and the light won't negatively affect the healthy tissue surrounding the fungus.

Foot Care


We offer our patients a range of foot care options for nail conditions, like ingrown or fungal toenails and common skin conditions like warts, corns, callous, cracked heels, psoriasis, and Athletes foot.

Foot Care Products


After a podiatry appointment, it's important that you take care of your feet. We offer a wide variety of foot care products to help with footwear fitting such as The Well Heeled range, Callusan skin hydration, nail care and beauty products from Dr Remedy, anti-inflammatory products for tired achy muscles and joints like Fisiocrem, anti-fungal skin treatments.

Registered Practitioners


All of our practitioners are registered with the podiatry board of Australia which is administered by Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA)



CBD Clinic Information

1300 993 338

Fax: (07) 3220 3851

Operating Hours  

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
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7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 4:30pm
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Ground Floor/344 Queen Street, Brisbane QLD 4000

Newmarket Clinic Information

1300 993 338

(07) 3220 3851 (Fax)

Operating Hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 5:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 5:30pm
7:30am - 5:30pm
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Shop 114, Newmarket Village, 400 Newmarket Road, Newmarket QLD 4051

Getting to our podiatry clinic from Clayfield

We have two clinical podiatry centres in Brisbane that are located in close proximity to Clayfield and can treat lower limb conditions. Below is a guide on how long it takes to get from Clayfield to each of our clinics via car, bus or train.

Brisbane CBD

  • It takes 16 minutes to drive from Clayfield to the Brisbane CBD clinic (if you take state route 26)
  • It takes 30 mins to get a bus from Clayfield to the Brisbane CBD clinic (306 route)
  • It takes 29 mins to get a train from Clayfield to the Brisbane CBD clinic (Brisbane City route)

Newmarket

  • It takes 15 minutes to drive from Clayfield to the Newmarket clinic (if you take state route 26)
  • It takes 50 mins to get a bus from Clayfield to the Newmarket clinic (369/345 route)
  • It takes 48 mins to get a train from Clayfield to the Newmarket clinic (Cleveland/ Ferny Grove route)

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Common symptoms & sports conditions we treat at our Clayfield podiatry centre

Knee Pain

Common causes of knee pain include Rheumatoid arthritis, Iliotibial Band Syndrome, osteoarthritis, stress fracture, bursitis, and Osgood-Schlatter disease. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how a podiatrist can help you treat them, head to our guide about knee pain here.

Hip Pain


Common causes of heel pain include rheumatoid arthritis, iliotibial band syndrome, bursitis and osteoarthritis. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how a podiatrist can help you treat them, head to our guide about hip pain here.

Ankle Pain


Some common causes of foot and ankle pain include osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, Sever's disease, stress fractures and Achilles tendonitis. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how our podiatrists can help you treat them, head to our guide about ankle pain here.

Arch & Foot pain


Common causes of foot and arch pain include plantar warts, ingrown toenails, fungal toenails, corns & calluses, Morton's neuroma, bunions and plantar fasciitis. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how we how our podiatrists can help you treat them, head to our guide about feet and arch pain here.

Leg Pain


Common causes of leg pain include stress fractures, sciatica, Iliotibial Band Syndrome, shin splints and bursitis. The conditions can occur from accidents, sports injuries or other means. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how a podiatrist can help you treat them, head to our guide about leg pain here.

Lower Back Pain


One of the causes that is commonly related to lower back pain is called sciatica. This condition is due to a problem with the sciatic nerve or nerve root, which runs from the lower back and down each leg . To find out more about each of these conditions, and how a podiatrist can help you treat them, head to our guide about lower back pain here.

Kids Feet and Leg Pain


Some common causes of feet and leg pain in kids includes athlete's foot, shin splints, ingrown toenails, Sever's disease and Osgood-Schlatter disease. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how a podiatrist can help you treat them, head to our guide about kid's feet and leg pain here.

Heel Pain


Some common causes of heel pain can be hereditary, from an accident, an active lifestyle or from sports injuries. Some common conditions related to heel pain include Achilles tendonitis, athlete's foot, heel spurs, blisters, corns and calluses, Sever's disease, plantar warts, cracked heels, plantar fasciitis ad stress fracture. To find out more about each of these conditions, and how our podiatrists can help you treat them, head to our guide about heel pain here.



CBD

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 3:30pm
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Ground Floor, 344 Queen Street,
Brisbane City QLD 4000


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Newmarket

Monday
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7:30am - 6:30pm
7:30am - 6:00pm
7:30am - 6:00pm
7:30am - 7:00pm
7:30am - 5:00pm
7:30am - 4:30pm
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Newmarket Village, 114/400 Newmarket Rd, Newmarket QLD 4051


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