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Foot Health Clinic

Podiatrist in Samford

Welcome to Foot Health Clinic

Your Podiatrist in Samford

Servicing families and individuals in Samford, Ferny Grove, Warner, Cashmere, Bunya, Dayboro, Ferny Hills, Albany Creek, Arana Hills, Keperra, Upper Kedron, Everton Park, Everton Hills, Mitchelton and surrounding areas.

Foot Health Clinic, located at Samford Village in Brisbane’s northside, is a Brisbane kids, family and active adventurers’ podiatry clinic.

We are highly experienced podiatrists who treat foot and ankle pain. Our podiatry clinic has been established in Brisbane’s northside for over 20 years and during this time we have helped thousands of people.

Conditions We Treat

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Heel Pain / Plantar Fasciitis

Heel and arch pain is usually the result of faulty foot biomechanics and poor foot posture. Abnormal foot function places too much stress on the heel bone and the soft tissues that attach to it. This increased stress causes local inflammation and pain.

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Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown Toenails involve the removal of the ingrown portion of the toenail, together with the corresponding portion of nail root, and the application of a chemical to prevent that portion of the toenail from regrowing.

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Fungal Toenails

Fungal infection of the toenail (or oncyhomycosis) is a common foot health problem, causing embarrassing unsightly, thickened, discoloured nails.

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Other Conditions

Foot Health Clinic can also help with the following conditions: Arthritis, heel spurs, tendonitis, knee pain, bunions, corns & calluses, curly toes, high arch feet and neuroma.

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How Can We Help

Podiatry

Including routine podiatry, ingrown toenail surgery, nail bracing, foot mobilisation techniques, plantar wart treatment and dry needling.

Orthotic Therapy

Including custom-made orthotics, Richie Brace and Orthotic thongs

Diabetic Foot Complications

Including diabetic foot ulcers, Peripheral Arterial Disease, Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy, Charcot Foot Syndrome, and Diabetic Footcare

Footwear and Socks

We offer custom-made orthotics, as well as over-the-counter orthotics, orthotic thongs, orthotic-friendly footwear for casual, work, school and travel and customised footwear for people with diabetes.

Adventure Walking and Hiking

We can assist you with blister prevention strategy, technical socks, assistance choosing suitable footwear, help with walking poles, injury prevention foot and ankle strengthening and flexibility programs and helping you to complete your trip injury and blister-free!

Start your journey to healthier feet today

Professional podiatry care tailored to your needs.

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What To Expect

Our practice is built to care for families, often watching patients grow up before our very eyes. We not only provide exceptional care for young children, but can tailor care towards all ages, young and old.

What to Expect

Your podiatry appointment will start with a discussion about your foot and ankle problems and any appropriate medical history associated with the problem. This is followed by a physical examination and an assessment of your region of concern.

Treatment Plan

A treatment plan will be formulated for your individual needs.

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We have a range of treatment options available, depending on your diagnosis.

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Why Choose Us?

Timely Support

Innovative Ideas

Same-day/flexible Appointments

Advanced Technology

Clear Communication

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Meet The Team

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Oliver Fawcett

Senior Podiatrist and Founder

Oliver is an experienced and dedicated family podiatrist who has established himself as a leader in the field of orthotic therapy and lower limb biomechanics. He has had extensive experience in the treatment and rehabilitation of rigid flat feet in adolescents (also known as Tarsal Coalition). Oliver is trained and experienced in the use of the custom Ritchie Brace for collapsed arches, ankle arthritis or trauma and flaccid foot drop (as seen in Charcot Marie Tooth disease).

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Kim Edwards

Senior Podiatrist and Co-Owner

He has had extensive experience in the treatment and rehabilitation of rigid flat feet in adolescents (also known as Tarsal Coalition). Oliver is trained and experienced in the use of the custom Ritchie Brace for collapsed arches, ankle arthritis or trauma and flaccid foot drop (as seen in Charcot Marie Tooth disease). Kim has a passion for treating Children and Adolescents and helping solve all their Foot, Ankle and Knee problems.
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Granville May

Podiatrist

Granville’s clinical focus has been musculoskeletal and sports injuries including foot, ankle and knee pain. Having been a keen participant and follower of football throughout his life, Granville understands football specific injuries and has refined his treatment skills in this area to include foot mobilization therapy, custom foot orthoses for sporting footwear, exercise prescription for injury rehabilitation and technical footwear knowledge.
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Helen Woodward

Podiatrist

Helen joined Foot Health Clinic in 2023. Helen has completed additional training in dry needling, exercise prescription, and therapeutic medicines as they pertain to Podiatric conditions. Her clinical interests include; paediatric feet, acute and chronic lower limb injury management, footwear prescription, and ingrown toenail surgery.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Your podiatry appointment will start with a discussion about your foot and ankle problems and any appropriate medical history associated with the problem. This is followed by a physical examination and an assessment of your region of concern. Your Podiatrist will then discuss the likely diagnosis and factors contributing to the problem and formulate a plan with you. Time permitting treatment may begin at the initial consultation, however, this will depend on the presentation

The number of visits required and frequency of appointments will depend entirely on the condition you’re being treated for. After your initial assessment, your podiatrist will likely provide a rough outline of how often you may need to visit. In terms of general checkups, you should visit your local podiatry clinic whenever something of concern comes up.

Heel spurs and other forms of heel pain are some of the most common conditions we treat here at Foot Health Clinic. Treatment options for heel spurs can include footwear changes, strapping and taping, orthotics, dry needling, lifestyle advice, and shockwave therapy.

While it might not seem as though podiatry care is the solution to your back pain, this may actually be the case. Problems in your feet and ankles can affect the structure and health of your legs and spine, sometimes causing severe pain in the lower back.

Start your journey to healthier feet today

Professional podiatry care tailored to your needs.

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Proudly Associated With

We are trusted by thousands of happy patients and our results speak for themselves:

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Podiatry Board of Australia
Australian Podiatry Association

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