Author: Matthew Hotchkis (Matthew Hotchkis)

Podiatry Professionals is Moving!
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Podiatry Professionals is Moving!

Podiatry Professionals is Moving! As a patient and great friend of Podiatry Professionals, it is with great pleasure that we inform you that as of October 2018 we are relocating our growing practice to our new clinic located at 1/51 Mort Street, Braddon ACT 2612. The clinic will be located on the ground floor of...

Shoes for Planet Earth
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Shoes for Planet Earth

Podiatry Professionals are now ambassadors for Shoes for planet earth charity. Shoes for Planet Earth is a non-profit organisation started in 2009 by people who love to run and want to give something back. Working together with local and international communities and companies they provide recycled running shoes to those in need around the world. This...

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Opening hours over the holidays

The office will be closed after 5pm December 22nd for the Christmas Holidays. Merry Christmas to all, and hope you have safe and happy holidays! We will resume regular business hours Monday 8th January.

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Injection Therapy Course

A few snaps of our podiatrist in action at the injection therapy course over the weekend! Our podiatrist are dedicated to keeping their knowledge up to date and cannot wait to incorporate what they have learnt into your treatment plan!

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CONGRATULATIONS KATIE KELLY

HUGE CONGRATULATIONS Katie Kelly, gold medalist šŸ…in the woman’s triathlon at the Rio 2016 Paralympics! We were so pleased to see Katie’s amazing performance, we know how hard she worked! It was wonderful to see her with her gold medal at today’s treatment. Look out for Katie riding around in one of the cars at...

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Christmas Appointments

Are your feet ready for Christmas and the New Year? Podiatry Professionals’ last working day will be Friday 23rd December. Get in quick as we are limited in appointments!

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Achilles Tendinopathy – written by Melanie Saisell

Achilles tendinopathy refers to the degeneration within the large tendon which joins the calf muscles to the heel bone. It is seen most commonly in the midā€portion of the tendon, but also occurs at the boneā€“tendon junction. This can occur as the Achilles tendon does not have a rich blood supply and can be found...

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