Lifestyle Podiatry are committed to your health and wellbeing.
Leader in podiatry care: Director, Tracey Craig
Tracey Craig is the Principle Podiatrist and Director of Lifestyle Podiatry. Tracey has over 25 years’ experience working as a podiatrist.
She has vast experience working in the private sector and has an excellent relationship with local medical professionals. Tracey has worked locally in Mt Gravatt and Annerley areas for the past 25 years, her clinics being inter grated within the Porter Eyecare buildings.
She enjoys her role within the health community, keeping her patients active and mobile, reducing foot risks and providing quality foot care.
Tracey has been a University Supervisor at the QUT Podiatry School, Treasurer of the Queensland Podiatry Association, and proud mother to 3 teenage children.
Tracey also has a keen interest in sports, her own background being competitive swimming and netball.
She is also a very keen supporter of her son’s Rugby Union, her husbands rugby coaching and is involved in her daughter’s netball club and the association as a President, administrator, coach, umpire and supportive parent!!
Our Core Values
Tracey is a committed Member of the Australian Podiatry Association QLD, governed by APHRA.
Podiatry care is individualised. Time frames, return appointments and recovery are specific to the individual.
Understanding your personal foot care needs and accelerating your Podiatry goals.
Tracey has a passion for high quality Podiatry care and attention, information provided in a way you can relate and understand.
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Have an enquiry or concern about the health of your feet? Book an appointment today!
Frequently Asked Questions
In most cases, a referral is not needed to see a podiatrist. However, certain patients such as those with the Department of Veterans Affairs cards, Medicare Care Plans and EPC’s will need referrals from their GP.
We also have HICAPS onsite so you can claim directly from your Private Health funds.
It is the Patients responsibility to bring the correct referral to the appointments, failure to do so may impact on the rebates and charges applied
How long is an appointment?
30mins duration for your appointment, Tracey Craig may opt to increase the time required, based on the specific need.
What is a general appointment
General consultations and treatments cover a wide scope of foot problems, including:
How should I cut my toenails correctly?
Ensure you cut across your toenail and not down the sides. Follow the nails’ natural curvature. Cutting too far down the edge of the nail using incorrect cutting technique can result in sharp edges which may eventually irritate and pierce the skin.
Does footwear matter with ingrown toenails?
Yes, definitely. It’s important to wear footwear which fits the shape of your foot. Shoes which are too short or too narrow/pointed in the forefoot area are going to push the toes together and aggravate any ingrown toenails.
Who should I see to fix my ingrown toenail?
Podiatrists governed by the Podiatry Board of Australia that are required to work to a minimum standard with strict sterilisation guidelines. Your Podiatrist is a qualified professional trained to treat ingrown toenails along with other foot pain disorders.
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0488 480 113
Appointments by prior arrangement, available Monday to Thursday.
Please note clinic days:
Mt Gravatt: Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Annerley: Mondays & Thursdays
Mt Gravatt Clinic
Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Unit 1/11 Shire Rd
Mt Gravatt 4122
Mondays & Thursdays
Eyecare Qld Building
543 Ipswich Rd, Annerley 4103