Gait scan by podiatrist at Penrith clinic

Formerly Known as Ryde Podiatry Clinic.

Looking for a trusted podiatry service in Ryde? OnePointHealth is the same dedicated team you knew at Ryde Podiatry Clinic. Although our name and location have changed (you’ll now find us closer to the heart of Ryde instead of near Top Ryde), our commitment to your foot and ankle health remains as strong as ever.

Understanding Podiatry

Podiatry is a healthcare specialty focused on diagnosing, treating, and preventing conditions that affect your foot, ankle, and lower leg. Our podiatrists are experts in the field, equipped with broad knowledge and trained to offer comprehensive care to help keep your feet healthy and you mobile.

No Foot or Ankle Issue is Too Great or Too Small

Here in Ryde, our podiatry services cater to a wide range of foot and ankle conditions. Whether you’re dealing with common issues like bunions, ingrown toenails, or plantar fasciitis, or more complex conditions such as neuropathy or diabetic foot ulcers, our trained podiatrists can help.

Additionally, we’re here to help prevent future foot problems. We offer advice on appropriate footwear, recommend exercises for foot health, and suggest lifestyle changes to keep your feet in tip-top shape.

Why Choose OnePointHealth Podiatry Ryde?

By choosing OnePointHealth, you’re placing your foot health in the hands of a team that genuinely cares. We offer comprehensive care for all foot and ankle conditions, combining advanced treatments with tailored plans for the best possible results.

Plus, we’re conveniently located in Ryde, with flexible appointment times to accommodate your busy schedule. Ready to take a step towards healthier, happier feet? Let the trusted podiatrists at OnePointHealth Ryde guide you.

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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, OnePointHealth Ryde has disabled parking in front of the clinic. Wheelchair access is available through our main entrance.

Yes, we have onsite parking. Street parking is also available on Shepherd Street.

OnePointHealth Ryde is located on the corner of Victoria Road and Shepherd Street (number 819A). Previously we were located in Pope Street at Ryde Podiatry Centre.