Allied Health – Podiatry

Providing foot-based health to keep you moving

We deliver podiatry services to all ages offering assessments, diagnosis, and treatment of all foot, and lower limb related concerns. Being on your feet is part of being human. King Street Medical is proud to offer podiatry care as part of our Allied Health team.


Podiatry

Providing foot-based health to keep you moving

Allied health professionals provide you with essential support for those with chronic illnesses, disabilities, and a range of other health-related issues.  

King Street Medical is proud to offer several allied services to complement our medical services and professionals. Allied healthcare workers work closely with GPs ensuring you are provided with the best care, service, and treatments.

Podiatry

A qualified podiatrist can help with a range of foot and lower-limb concerns. Some of the reasons you may want to see a podiatrist include:

     // Bunions
     // Fungal Nails
     // Corns
     // Cracked Heels
     // Dry Skin
     // Sports Podiatry
     // Arthritis
     // Diabetes
     // Circulatory Disease
     // Peripheral Vascular Disease
     // Neuropathy
     // Soft Tissue & Muscular Problems
     // Foot & Lower Limb Deformities
     // Children’s Feet

A qualified podiatrist can help with a range of foot and lower-limb concerns. Some of the reasons you may want to see a podiatrist include:

     // Bunions
     // Fungal Nails
     // Corns
     // Cracked Heels
     // Dry Skin
     // Sports Podiatry
     // Arthritis
     // Diabetes
     // Circulatory Disease
     // Peripheral Vascular Disease
     // Neuropathy
     // Soft Tissue & Muscular Problems
     // Foot & Lower Limb Deformities
     // Children’s Feet

Ingrown Toenails

Ingrown toenails are a common and painful condition where the toenail grows inwards and penetrates the skin. Common symptoms include pain, soreness, and swelling. If left untreated, ingrown toenails can develop infections that may require emergency medical attention and surgery.
Here is a list of some home remedies you can try to treat an ingrown toenail.

     // Soak your foot in warm soapy water
     // Take antibiotics to fight off infection
     // Taking pain killers
     // Wearing open toed shoes or sandals.  

This common problem, if left untreated, can develop serious health implications. Book an appointment with the qualified podiatrist at King Street Medical if you are experiencing any discomfort. Early intervention is important at reducing more invasive interventions.

Ingrown toenails are a common and painful condition where the toenail grows inwards and penetrates the skin. Common symptoms include pain, soreness, and swelling. If left untreated, ingrown toenails can develop infections that may require emergency medical attention and surgery.
Here is a list of some home remedies you can try to treat an ingrown toenail.

     // Soak your foot in warm soapy water
     // Take antibiotics to fight off infection
     // Taking pain killers
     // Wearing open toed shoes or sandals.  

This common problem, if left untreated, can develop serious health implications. Book an appointment with the qualified podiatrist at King Street Medical if you are experiencing any discomfort. Early intervention is important at reducing more invasive interventions.

Diabetes Wound and Foot Care

Diabetes is a common chronic disease amongst Australians. Diabetes can affect your feet in several ways:

// Nerve damage - leading to reduced sensation which increases the risk of injury
// Poor circulation - leading to increased risk of infection, as well as swelling and uncomfortable sensations
// Increased healing time - increases infection risk, further damage, and can lead to amputation in severe cases.
// Development of ulcers - which can cause pain, infection and further damage

Caring for your feet is imperative when you have diabetes. Be sure to have regular check-ups with a qualified podiatrist to make sure no issues are developing., and i If you have any symptoms that are concerning you, or dealing with pain and discomfort in the feet and lower leg, book an appointment immediately.

Diabetes is a common chronic disease amongst Australians. Diabetes can affect your feet in several ways:

// Nerve damage - leading to reduced sensation which increases the risk of injury
// Poor circulation - leading to increased risk of infection, as well as swelling and uncomfortable sensations
// Increased healing time - increases infection risk, further damage, and can lead to amputation in severe cases.
// Development of ulcers - which can cause pain, infection and further damage

Caring for your feet is imperative when you have diabetes. Be sure to have regular check-ups with a qualified podiatrist to make sure no issues are developing., and i If you have any symptoms that are concerning you, or dealing with pain and discomfort in the feet and lower leg, book an appointment immediately.

Maintaining and Regaining Mobility

Having pain-free movement is essential in maintaining a good quality of life. Feet problems, and the pain and discomfort associated with them, can reduce your mobility, which reduces the activities you can participate in.

Physical exercise is vital in maintaining health. By seeing a podiatrist, you can regain and maintain your mobility, enabling you to participate in exercise and leisure activities, boosting your health and well-being.

Your local podiatrist can help you manage lower-limb injuries, eliminate or improve pain, and facilitate a fast recovery. Alongside our Allied Health team and GPs, your health and wellbeing is in good hands. Book your next appointment with your local podiatrist at King Street Medical.

Having pain-free movement is essential in maintaining a good quality of life. Feet problems, and the pain and discomfort associated with them, can reduce your mobility, which reduces the activities you can participate in.

Physical exercise is vital in maintaining health. By seeing a podiatrist, you can regain and maintain your mobility, enabling you to participate in exercise and leisure activities, boosting your health and well-being.

Your local podiatrist can help you manage lower-limb injuries, eliminate or improve pain, and facilitate a fast recovery. Alongside our Allied Health team and GPs, your health and wellbeing is in good hands. Book your next appointment with your local podiatrist at King Street Medical.

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Where To Find King Street Medical Warrawong

King Street Medical is conveniently located at 67 King Street, Warrawong, next to Warrawong Library and Plush Furniture.

We have plenty of parking available on Carlotta Cres, at the northern end of Darcy Wentworth Park. Our practice is located at the corner of King Street & Hoskins Avenue.

We have accessibility parking available beside our building on the corner of King Street & Hoskins Ave. Enter via Hoskins Ave.

If you have trouble finding us, please call us.