Holistic Foot Clinic – Podiatrist Burwood
Located in the SIA Medical Building
Lvl 2, 140 Burwood Hwy, Burwood, Victoria

We’re Your Local Podiatrist in Burwood

We know how frustrating and painful it can be to have something wrong with your feet. Any foot issue can negatively impact your exercise, work and day-to-day life.

We love helping you treat plantar fasciitis (heel pain), bunions, ingrown toenails, fungal nail infections, corns and calluses, and warts, and preventing secondary complications due to diabetes.

To book an appointment with a podiatrist in Burwood and surrounding areas, you can book online for an instant appointment or call us on 1300 185 350.

Expert Podiatry – Burwood, Melbourne

Our podiatrists provide effective treatments for people dealing with common foot injuries requiring orthotics and various other conditions. We want our patients to be free of any persistent pain issues in their daily life.

Our podiatry experts are now available in our Burwood clinic. Our services include general podiatry, medical pedicure, foot assessments, sports and paediatric podiatry, orthotics, shockwave therapy, telehealth and more.

We can offer bulk billing for some podiatry services related to the care of your feet and can work with your doctor to create a treatment plan best suited to your lifestyle. We can also help with advising on the correct footwear to help with any ongoing foot issues you may be experiencing and offer a range of orthotics to ensure the best support for your foot long-term.



Dermatology Treatments

Dermatology Treatments

How can podiatry help fix your skin and nail problems? Tackling the skin and nail issues we’ve discussed can be difficult, and while they are sometimes minor enough to ease on their own, they often require a bit of clinical treatment to get the healing process...

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Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis

What is It? Plantar Fasciitis is a common foot complaint which presents as pain experienced under the foot in the heel region. It is commonly referred to as ‘heel spurs’ but is more correctly known as plantar fasciitis. The condition is often caused by subtle changes...

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What is ‘Dry Needling’?

What is ‘Dry Needling’?

Dry needling is an increasingly popular therapy used to relax, relieve and ‘restart’ muscles which are painful, tight, and overused. It involves the inserting of thin, sterile needles into specific muscle trigger points in order to create a local twitch response and...

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Our Burwood Podiatry Team

Our expert podiatrists enjoy working with patients to identify their unique goals and need to help them maximise their foot health and general well-being. We're constantly undertaking professional development to stay up to date with the most advanced treatment for our patients.

Our Approach

We take a "whole body" approach to foot and ankle health, which involves assessing a patient's body, lifestyle and activities to formulate a care plan for your feet. This includes the management of common concerns such as ingrown toenails or flat feet and assessing and treating more complex issues such as sporting injuries.

Why Choose Holistic Foot Clinic?

  • Solutions tailored to your needs ensure your feet remain healthy long after your visit.
  • We offer bulk billing for all X-Ray and Ultrasound referrals due to pain, injury or surgical referral.
  • We carry a selection of high-quality foot-care products, from dermal care to orthotics.
  • We are a local podiatrist in Burwood, and we provide a friendly and professional service to many residents in the area.


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What is a podiatrist, and what do they do?

Podiatrists are allied health professionals that take care of their client’s feet, specialising in a full range of conditions that affect the foot, lower leg and ankle. They work with many conditions affecting the feet, diagnosing, treating and providing preventative care techniques. Doctors, including GPs and specialists, often refer clients to podiatrists for assessments, long-term care plans and specialist treatments.

What kind of conditions do podiatrists treat?

Podiatrists treat many types of foot injuries and various conditions that affect the feet and lower leg areas. Arthritis, gout, peripheral neuropathy, and issues that affect the blood vessels, the skin and nails – such as fungal conditions. Plantar fasciitis is another common foot complaint, presenting as sharp pain under the heel. It is also commonly referred to as a heel spur. If you have foot pain, please call us about treatment types, or make time to visit our podiatrists in Burwood today.

What can I expect during my first visit to a podiatrist?

Most of the time, your visit with a podiatrist will begin with a chat, and your practitioner will take some notes about any current pain, symptoms or issues. This will be followed by a physical examination, which a specific type of podiatry treatment may follow. Some podiatry services will require more than one appointment. Remedial massage and dry needling are two services we provide at our foot clinic, which can be used to address a range of issues.

How can I prevent foot problems from developing?

Looking after your feet is an integral part of your overall health care! Specific issues, such as diabetes, age, a diet lacking in some areas and frequent sports participation, can mean you will see your podiatrist much more often. The best advice for prevention is to eat well, stay active, wear shoes that fit well, and support your feet. It’s also essential to address any issues early to ensure they don’t cause further problems. If you are in Burwood, Burwood East or the surrounding suburbs, please pop into our Burwood Podiatry clinic if you’d like to make an appointment to learn more about caring for your feet.

Is podiatry covered by Medicare?

This depends on several factors, but only some services that Medicare deem essential have rebates attached to them. The length of your appointment, the type of treatment and the condition for which you are being treated all play a part in whether Medicare will rebate a service. Having a Care Plan from your GP influences rebates also. These are commonly put in place for diabetes, an injury or other chronic conditions that affect the feet. Please speak to us directly about rebate amounts; we can advise you on your specific situation.


Holistic Foot Clinic

Level 2, 140 Burwood Hwy, Burwood VIC 3125
SIA Medical Building
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