We have both clinic based and mobile podiatrists.
NDIS PodiatryConcentric Rehabilitation Centres can provide a high-quality assessment and treatment plan that can help with:
- Foot care
- Toe nail care
- Diabetes management
- Management of bunions and collouses.
What do podiatrists do?Podiatrists are allied health professionals who specialise in caring for and protecting your feet. In some cases, this means addressing everyday foot problems. For example, bunions, corns, and ingrown toenails. If you need to use our NDIS podiatry services for such problems, you may find that you can schedule appointments when necessary.
Many people need to use NDIS podiatry services because they have an ongoing condition that affects their feet. For example, if you have a diabetes diagnosis, caring for your feet is one of the best ways to protect your limbs. If you start to lose sensation in your peripheries, a podiatrist can map your progress and protect you against potential infections. Podiatrists can also work with you when there’s a risk of foot deformity. For example, conditions such as arthritis or a history of wearing the wrong shoes. Depending on the nature of your condition, they may prescribe orthotics, exercises, or they may refer you to an allied health professional such as an exercise physiologist for further input. Finally, you can use podiatry services when your fitness routine is suffering because of problems with your feet. Issues such as plantar fasciitis can become painful and debilitating, but with a podiatrist’s input, you can get to the root of what is causing them. As a result, you’ll return to your usual fitness routine with less pain.