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At Umina Podiatry we specialise in foot care, alleviating foot pain, and treating foot and ankle conditions so that you can live a pain free life and get back to doing the things that you love the most. We want you to live a life where you are free to walk, jump, run, and play sports without suffering from chronic or debilitating pain. Our mission is to give every one of our clients that “walking on air” feeling so that they can life their lives to the fullest.
This doesn’t just mean performance injuries, although we certainly know a thing or two about getting you back on your feet; it can also be preventative treatment to help you stay in peak condition and avoid injury.
Although we might try to do everything in our power to prevent it, part of living an active lifestyle is facing the risk of injury. If you’ve invested a lot of money in your health and fitness then let us help make sure you reach your goals.
Podiatrists are the experts in skin and nail problems of the feet. From simple toenail care for those that can’t manage it themselves, to trauma, deformity and infection, we are the place to go.
As parent you always want your children to be happy and healthy. As a result, regular foot checks should form part of the routine, just like dental check ups.
Chronic disease management is a big priority for the government. This is why some people can claim a Medicare rebate for Podiatry, as part of an allied health approach.
If you’re suffering from foot pain or discomfort of any kind then you’ve come to the right place. Our Central Coast podiatrists are able to diagnose and treat a wide range of foot conditions and ailments in patients of all ages. Between our skilled team we are confident that we can help you find the right treatment plan for your pain and get back to your active lifestyle. Book your appointment instantly through VIRTUAL PODIATRIST.
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