934 Mt Alexander Rd, Essendon VIC 3040      20 Albert St, Blackburn VIC 3130

1300 821 893

934 Mt Alexander Rd, Essendon VIC 3040      
20 Albert St, Blackburn VIC 3130

1300 821 893

Sports Injury

Get back on your feet fast

Essendon Podiatrist

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We treat all foot problems

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Melbourne Podiatrists in Essendon & Blackburn

"We empower you to make a positive change to get you back on your feet!"

Melbourne Podiatry Clinic based in Essendon & Blackburn provide quality podiatry care to residents throughout Melbourne including Strathmore, Moonee Ponds, Box Hill, Mitcham, Brunswick West & Forest Hill.

Melbourne Podiatry Clinic is dedicated to achieving the best possible outcomes for all our patients. We use the most up-to-date assessment methods to accurately diagnose the problem and develop the most effective treatment and management plan for each individual patient.

By using the very latest in video gait technology we are able to measure any biomechanical issues that are causing pain or other problems.

Our specialist podiatrists can then accurately prescribe the best available treatment techniques. We are committed to getting you back on your feet to help you return to the activities you love!

Melbourne Podiatry Clinic is affiliated with the Melbourne Sports Physiotherapy providing the services of sports and pelvic floor physiotherapy, remedial massage and clinical pilates.

We are pleased to announce that we now offer shockwave therapy to help chronic tendon injuries such as plantar fasciitis (heel pain) or Achilles tendinitis.

Melbourne Podiatry Clinic offers quality podiatric care covering a broad range of conditions including; Heel Pain, Foot Pain, Heel Spur, Plantar fasciitis, Shin Splints, Knee Pain, Running Injuries &  Flat Feet.

For Podiatry in Essendon and surrounding suburbs including Strathmore and Moonee Ponds, contact us for professional podiatric care on 1300 821 893.

Sports Podiatry

Sports Podiatry is a specific field of podiatry focussing on diagnosing, preventing and treating injuries related to sport. It is very important to accurately diagnose the complaint prior to developing a treatment plan. By using the latest assessment techniques, such as gait analysis and video capture software we can diagnose your problem accurately and using the latest therapies, such as shockwave therapy, get you back on track to return to sport as soon as possible.

We specialise in treating runners, triathletes, cyclists and athletes of all abilities. We understand because we are athletes too!

Our Blog

Pain in the Forefoot

Pain through the ball of your foot or ‘forefoot’ is a surprisingly common complaint treated here at Melbourne Podiatry Clinic. Your forefoot is a busy place with a number of structures located within a very tight space so it is easy to misdiagnose the cause of pain and often hard to isolate symptoms.

Here are our top 5 forefoot pathologies, their symptoms and recommended treatments:

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Reaching New Years Running Goals Without Getting Injured

Another new year has rolled around, you’ve set those all important running goals for the year and it’s time to put in the hard work. However, whether it’s hitting that Park Run PB or targetting a specific running event your risk for injury is at its highest within the first four weeks of increasing your training load. This will generally occur if the amount of increased load placed upon the body exceeds the ability of the tissue to handle the new stress, thus placing them at risk of failing under load and resulting in injury. The majority of injuries we see occur within the first 4 weeks of a return to running and therefore if you can get through this period unscathed you have a much greater chance of avoiding injury all together! Read More

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Pre-Marathon checklist: Step 2

So now you have the right shoes, let’s talk running. Most first-time marathoners get injured during their training, not on race day. The reason? They do too much, too soon – i.e. they exceed their current body’s abilities to tolerate stress and this results in an injury. Your body takes time to adapt to the demands of running and therefore you must increase your load gradually to reduce your chances of developing an injury. 42,195m is a hell of a lot of distance to cover. PLANNING is what keep runners injury-free and race day ready. When it comes to planning your running week there are a few rules which will reduce your risk of injury and set you up for race day success: Read More

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