We specialise in a full range of prodiatry areas. Please see below for some of the ways we can help with your podiatry concerns, or contact us today for you are unsure of what you require.
Corns and Calluses
Tracey is trained and qualified to safely and effectively remove corns and calluses without damaging the healthy skin around them – and it’s normally painless.
A biomechanical assessment is a process of analysing the functions of the lower limbs to determine abnormalities.
Ingrown toenails are a common condition that impacts people of all ages, and can be painful and frustrating. Ingrown nails can also cause infections if left untreated.
Orthotics can help with foot pain caused by medical conditions such as diabetes, plantar fasciitis, bursitis, and arthritis.
Diabetes is a disorder that affects the entire body – including having severe consequences for the feet.
Tracey wants to ensure that you are wearing the correct shoe for your foot type to reduce your risk of injury and foot pain.
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Frequently asked questions
referrals - do i need one?
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 EPCs will need referrals from their GP. We also have HICAPS onsite so you can claim directly from your Private Health funds.
It is the Patient’s 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?
what is a general appointment?
General consultations and treatments cover a wide scope of foot problems, including:
- Foot care (thickened nails, calluses, corns, and ingrown nails)
- Diabetic foot screening and assessments (including digital circulation tests and neurological checks)
- Athlete’s foot, cracked heels and other skin pathologies
what to bring to an appointment?
Please bring to your appointment relevant x-rays and scans and your regular footwear – both work and casual. If your problem may be related to your walking, please bring or wear shorts to enable us to view your limbs when walking. If you are in a private health fund, please bring your fund card so that we can process your claim via HICAPS.
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 an 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.
What to expect from your visit
Tracey Craig will examine your foot and lower leg to check your blood flow, a vascular Doppler assists with this information, providing specific strength of flow and recordable information that can be referenced in future appointments.
Additionally feeling, sensation and strength of the foot are also assessed. They will identify any area of concern or provided a baseline for your care.
If your concerns are regarding walking and movement , it is important to bring casual and work footwear to assess.
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
Eyecare Qld Building
543 Ipswich Rd, Annerley 4103