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  • Corns

  • Callus

  • Toe nails

  • Ingrown toe nails

We also provide comprehensive knowledge and expertise in Sports Podiatry,

including diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic foot and lower limb problems.

  • Orthotic therapy - inner soles

  • Lower limb rehabilitation

  • Strength and conditioning

  • Footwear advice

  • Heel and arch pain

  • Flat Feet

We specialise in custom-made foot orthotics

Our orthotics offer long-term solutions in the treatment and prevention of multiple foot complications, such as recurrent ankle sprains, chronic knee pain, tendonitis, lower back pain and arch pain as they provide the capacity to redistribute pressure across the whole foot and significantly realign the lower limb structures.

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  • Wart treatment

  • Nail and skin pathologies

  • Diabetic foot care

  • Children's Feet (0-18 yrs)

  • Plantar fasciitis

  • walking analyses

  • Bunions

  • Chronic lower limb pain

  • Achilles problems

  • Back, hip and knee pain

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FAQ //

Do i need a referral?

No, referrals are not required to see a Podiatrist at Next Step Podiatry.


Is HiCAPS offered?

Yes, we have a HiCAPS machine in the clinic which allows you to claim your health fund rebate immediately ensuring you only have to pay the gap on the day. This also is the case when claiming through Medicare

How long will it take to get my orthotics done once ordered?

Orthotics normally have a 10 day turn around period from date of casting. This means you will be in your new pair of custom made orthotics within two weeks from the assessment and on your way to becoming pain free.

How much rebate will i get from a Podiatry service?

Rebates vary from health fund to health fund. Depending on the cover and extras you opt to include will depend on how much money the health fund will pay for the service. Most health funds pay between $20 of the bill and up to 100% of the cost. Discuss your cover with your health fund as to whether or not you are covered.

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