Podiatry care Murdoch
Care for your feet, you need them
Live in Murdoch and looking for quality podiatry care? We would love to have a chat with you about all the ways we can help keep you on your feet. below are just some of the services we offer. (It's more than you think!)
Dermatology (Skin & Nail) Conditions
Elderly / Geriatric care
As our feet grow older, they naturally develop more problems. But painful and uncomfortable feet are not something you should have to put up with.
We love to and are experienced in working with the elderly as we are located next door to Regis Como House, which is an aged care facility. However, our quality of work means that being in Murdoch is still worth it to come in and see us.
the balls of our feet. If we are carrying extra weight, our bone and ligament structure may also be affected.
Many people, including older people in Murdoch, believe it is normal for feet to hurt, and resign themselves to enduring foot pain that could easily be treated.
There are more than 300 different foot conditions. Some are inherited but for older people, most stem from the impact of years of use. However, even in your retirement years, many foot problems can be treated successfully and the painful conditions relieved.
As you get older you should have your feet measured more frequently, rather than presuming your shoe size remains constant. Dry skin and brittle nails are other conditions older people commonly face.
Taking good care of your feet has many benefits, including Increasing your comfort, limiting the possibility of additional medical problems, reducing your chance of hospitalisation due to infection, and keeping you active and mobile.
- Physiotherapy Como, Floreat, Wembley
- Murdoch Optometrists
- Murdoch Hand Dryers for Aged care facilities
- Murdoch Dentist
- Mobile Oil Change MurdochFor your car, not you.
- Podiatrist for Murdoch Residents working near Fremantle
- Murdoch Mums - Come to us for pregnancy chiropractic
- Chiropractic care in Fremantle even if you come from Murdoch
Podiatrists in hospitals, community health centres, nursing homes and private practices provide services
designed to help keep older people on their feet.