Gait scan by podiatrist at Penrith clinic

When you’re dealing with foot or ankle issues, life can be a little challenging. That’s where we come in. Here in Penrith, podiatry is more than just a profession; it’s our passion, and our commitment is to help you maintain your mobility and enhance your quality of life.

So, What Exactly is Podiatry?

Podiatry is a specialist field within the broader healthcare landscape. We, as podiatrists, focus our expertise on diagnosing, treating, and preventing conditions that affect the foot, ankle, and lower leg. That’s a lot more complex than it sounds, requiring a deep understanding of anatomy, biomechanics, and even pharmacology.

No Foot or Ankle Issue is Too Big or Too Small

In Penrith, our podiatry services cover a broad range of conditions. From tackling common issues like ingrown toenails, bunions, and plantar fasciitis to more complex conditions like diabetic foot ulcers and neuropathy, our trained podiatrists can help.

Beyond that, we’re also here to provide preventive advice to help you avoid future foot problems. Whether that’s the right kind of footwear to sport, the best exercises for foot health, or lifestyle changes you can make – we’ve got you covered.

The Benefits of Choosing OnePointHealth Penrith for Your Podiatric Needs

There are many reasons why seeing a podiatrist can make a big difference in your life. For one, we’re great at pain relief. Plus, by sorting out foot and ankle problems, we can help you maintain or even improve your mobility. Our early interventions can also prevent potential complications from foot conditions down the line.

But it’s not all about the physical. At our Penrith podiatry practice, we understand that every patient is unique, and that’s why we offer personalised care that meets your individual needs, goals, and lifestyle.

Choosing OnePointHealth’s podiatry services means putting your foot health in the hands of dedicated experts. Our team goes above and beyond to provide comprehensive care for all foot and ankle conditions, combining advanced treatments with personalised plans to give you the best possible results.

Plus, we’ve made receiving care easy. With flexible appointment times and convenient locations, you’re never too far from the foot and ankle care you need in Penrith.

Ready to step into a world of healthier, happier feet? Let the trusted podiatrists at OnePointHealth Penrith be your guides.

Want to learn more about what we do? Check out our informative video: Podiatry Penrith Video

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Frequently Asked Questions

No. You can see either service privately and some private health insurances may cover some of your visits.

Certain Podiatric conditions can be claimed via Medicare using an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) referral from your General Practitioner if you’re eligible.

Yes, some health fund appointments are available. Check with your provider for these benefits as each plan is different.

If you are unsure of what practitioner to see please contact the clinic and our admin staff will be able to guide you to the correct practitioner.

It would be helpful if you could bring along your current, most worn footwear such as work shoes and any sports shoes you wear if you do regular sporting activities.

If you have had recent imagining for the injury you are being treated for please bring a copy with you to your initial appointment.

A group class assessment is required prior to joining any of our group classes. If you are already being treated by a practitioner and have been referred directly to the class they will assess you prior to referral.

Yes, podiatrists can treat children of all ages. They can diagnose and treat a range of pediatric foot and ankle conditions, including flat feet, clubfoot and in-toeing.

The length of the appointment can vary depending on the reason for the visit. A routine check-up for nail and skin care may take up to 30 mins, while a more complex assessment such as a biomechanical assessment may take up to 1 hour.

Quite often after being diagnosed with Diabetes Mellitus your GP may refer you to see a podiatrist. Diabetes can greatly affect the feet over time  – increased blood sugar levels can lead to decreased feeling in your feet and an increased risk of infection. Because of this, it is important to see a podiatrist regularly to keep your foot health in check.

Yes to both. Disabled parking is very close by on High Street in the Pop-up Park (20 metres from our premises) and there is also disabled parking in the large parking area at the back of the clinic via Union Lane.

We have a wide ramp with automatic sliding doors upon entry to our clinic as well as very large waiting and clinical rooms. Inside the clinic, there are no stairs, very wide hallways and clinic room doors.

Yes. there is street parking available on High street as well as a public car park location at the back of the clinic (Union Lane). Alternately Westfields Penrith is within a short walking distance from our clinic.

OnePointHealth Penrith is located on High St Penrith. Between ANZ and Commonwealth Bank. We are a short walk away from Westfield Penrith and Penrith Station.