Welcome to Enable Podiatry
Specialising in optimisation of foot health and preventative medicine
Walking is the best medicine and regular podiatry treatment from our friendly podiatrists at Enable Podiatry is essential to treating and preventing foot problems. Our podiatrists specialise in general foot care and preventative medicine. Your feet are vitally important to your overall health and well-being.
We can diagnose, treat and prevent common foot problems affecting seniors, adults and children. Good quality foot care from our podiatrists will help keep you on your feet and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
How we can help
Our podiatrists specialise and can diagnose, treat and prevent common foot problems affecting seniors, adults and children.
Prevention is the best cure when it comes to caring for your feet with diabetes and regular podiatry visits are essential.
Our podiatrists can diagnose treat all sporting injuries and foot problems including Ankle Sprains, Stress Fractures and Shin Splints
Orthotics are medical foot devices prescribed by a podiatrist, designed to improve foot function and lower leg mechanics
Ingrown toenails are a painful condition in which the toenail grows into the flesh around your toes causing redness, swelling and even infection.
Wart curettage is a simple sterile surgical procedure that is carried out on long standing chronic warts.
Dry needling is a treatment similar to acupuncture however dry needling focuses on trigger point release.
Our podiatrists can diagnose treat all children’s foot problems including gait issues, ingrown toenails and warts.
Foot issues we treat
Small problems like corn and calluses can often turn into big problems like ulcers and infections if neglected. Enable Podiatry offers quality podiatric care covering a broad range of conditions. Click on a condition to learn more or follow the link below to view all.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Podiatrist’s are primary health care providers; you do not need a GP referral to visit us in our Newcastle clinics.
Yes, if you are covered. Podiatry is usually covered under extras in private health insurance policies. You can call your health fund and check prior to appointment if unsure.
Yes, we provide a home visit service for those that cannot make it to one of our clinics. Please contact us for more information.
Podiatry is a branch of medicine. This means that all Podiatrists are required to undertake a University Degree of 4 years with over 1000 hours of clinical placements to obtain registration with the Podiatry Board of Australia to practice. Podiatrists are experts in the management of the foot and ankle. Part of the legal requirement to practice in Australia Podiatrists must undergo regular continual professional development and education to maintain their registration.
Ingrown toenails are a common presentation. Ingrown toenails can occur for a variety of reasons from poor cutting technique, genetics to constrictive footwear etc. Podiatrists are specially trained in the conservative and surgical management of ingrown toenails. These techniques are painless, efficient, sterile and effective. For more information please visit the ingrown toenail page. Please contact our office for more information or book online.