Foot Health Clinic
Foot Health Clinic is a family owned and operated Brisbane podiatry practice, located in the heart of Samford Village in Brisbane's north west.
Foot Health Clinic was first established in 1996, by Samford local, Oliver Fawcett. Foot Health Clinic was the first podiatry practice in the Samford region and has grown to become the largest and most established podiatry clinic in the local area.
In 2004, Kim Edwards joined her husband, Oliver, at Foot Health Clinic as a co-director of the business. Kim’s podiatry expertise in paediatrics and diabetes was a welcome addition to the practice. Oliver and Kim are highly trained and well-respected foot and ankle podiatrists with over 20 years of clinical experience and enjoy a great working relationship with local doctors, physiotherapists, massage therapists and acupuncturists.
In 2011, Foot Health Clinic relocated to new purpose-built premises on the corner of Mt. Glorious Road and Mary Ring Drive, Samford Village. The move to larger premises provided an opportunity for our practice to incorporate an on-site orthotics laboratory.
At Foot Health Clinic, we take great pride in being able to provide a comprehensive podiatry service to our local community in modern, well-equipped premises with highly-skilled podiatrists using state of the art technology.
We warmly welcome you to visit our clinic.
Foot Health Clinic has been serving Samford Village and Brisbane's northside and northern suburbs for over twenty years.
Foot Health Clinic was launched in 1996 as Samford Podiatry by young podiatrist and long-time local resident Oliver Fawcett.
Oliver renamed his practice Foot Health Clinic in 2000, when he moved to new premises at 6 Main Street with wife and fellow podiatrist Kim Edwards.
In 2007 Foot Health Clinic moved to the old E.S.&A. Bank building at 32 Main Street.
In 2011 Oliver and Kim bought their own purpose-built premises in Samford Central Shopping Centre, on the corner of Mount Glorious Road and Mary Ring Drive.
Oliver and Kim built their own onsite orthotics laboratory using the Swiss-designed Orthema™ foot orthotic fabrication system. Oliver also introduced toenail bracing, a non-invasive alternative to ingrown toenail surgery, to Australia in the mid-2000’s. Kim expanded her qualifications with a Master of Physician Assistant Studies.
Oliver and Kim continue to expand Foot Health Clinic and are now joined in the clinic by podiatrist Granville May. We have a combined 62 years of collective clinical podiatry experience.