Hands on clinic

We are amazingly created and all parts link together.  To discover more how this is so you need to see a podiatrist who is hands on with their assessment and treatment, not a podiatrist who simply asks questions.

We love musculoskeletal conditions (basically anything to do with muscles and joints) and our thorough assessment takes into consideration how your body functions, walks and runs from your feet right up to your pelvis.

We use joint mobilisation, trigger-point release, strain-counterstrain, massage, laser, osteopathic techniques and acupuncture. For a quick summary of all these please refer to our additional courses table below.

So why not come and see us for us for advice on how your feet may also be contributing to possible knee, hip or back pain concerns.

We also love using all the mainstream podiatry tools – such as at-home exercises, strengthening, footwear and orthoses (shoe inserts/orthotics).

It is a combination of our training, additional courses and over 85 years of combined knowledge and patient care that enables Foot Focus Podiatry to best look after your foot and lower limb concerns.  We work closely as a team which comes in handy for patients with more complex needs.

Additional manual therapy courses

Course What? Benefits to You
Mobilisation of joints Correction of joint movement – quality and range. Particularly useful for generalised achy or stiff feet and legs. Also beneficial for chronic problems.
Muscle dry needling & Trigger point release Unlocking the soft tissue that is involved in the pain. A fast and effective way to remove “muscle knots”.
Strain-Counterstrain Therapy that identifies tender points within your fascia A gentle, very fast (90 secs) and effective way of helping fascial tightness which cause dysfunction and pain
Laser therapy (LLLT) Works on a cellular level influencing the course of metabolic processes. Can be used on most conditions but is particularly beneficial in treating painful scars & chronic ankle / muscle injuries
Osteopathy Mobilisation & manipulation techniques for the foot and ankle. Allows diagnoses of foot dysfunction based on osteopathic biomechanics and palpation of motion testing. These gentle techniques are beneficial in restoring joint movement and quality of movement.
Advanced orthotic therapy comprehensive understanding of how orthoses (shoe inserts) are made. This ensures greater individualisation when making your orthoses.
Acupuncture Inserting and manipulating needles into various points on the body to relieve pain or for therapeutic purposes. Allows for additional pain relief.

We are located in Perth (south of the river) in Wilson, which is neighboured by Curtin University, Como, Manning, South Perth, Victoria Park, Bentley, St James, Cannington / Carousel, Riverton, Shelley, Ferndale, Lynwood, Parkwood, Willetton and surrounding suburbs.

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Get a professional diagnosis and treatment of your feet, ankle and related lower limb concerns.