Sports Injury Prevention, Biomechanics, Treatment, Management and Recovery

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We recently created a new TV Commercial for Hinkler Podiatry. We’re just now also added it to YouTube. You can see the video below. It promotes our Sports Podiatry services including: Sports Management Biomechanics Sports Injury Prevention Treatment Recovery You can find more information about these services on our Sports Injury and Prevention services webpage. We [...]

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The New Hinkler Podiatry App

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Heel pain? Running advice? Ankle instability? We have an app for that. In a world flooded with information, it can be difficult to know who to trust. If you are looking for foot injury advice, children’s feet questions, diabetes or injury prevention tips, the new Hinkler Podiatry App has reliable, easy to access and evidence [...]

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After Hours Services Starting in January

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Need a podiatrist after hours? Can’t get time off work to see about your feet? About to start the New Year with a health kick? Hinkler Podiatry can help. With the New Year approaching, many of us will be setting goals relating to improving our health, be it giving up harmful habits or adopting healthy [...]

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Workplace Footwear – Your Secret to Success

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Feet can take a pounding in the workplace. Protection, safety, correct shoe type and correct shoe fit is the only thing standing between you and injury. For a trades person, few things are more important than having the right equipment for the job. The right equipment means a job can be done well, efficiently and [...]

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Which Orthotic is Right For Me?

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With so many types of orthotics available, little wonder so much confusion surrounds the prescription of these customised, advanced podiatry products. One common reason someone presents to their podiatrist is for advice regarding the treatment and management of foot pain, often associated with a biomechanical problem. Common problems include heel pain, bunions, arch and ankle [...]

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Scalpel. Retractors. Sutures. Podiatrist, report to theatre STAT!

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There are some opportunities in life which you don’t pass over. Recently, I had the opportunity to observe and learn from one of the most respected members of the Australian Podiatry community, Dr Leah Cook. Leah is a podiatric surgeon who chooses to practice in a country area, rather than focus on large cities, performs [...]

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