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Do you have private health insurance, and does it cover podiatry?
As the end of 2023 approaches, it's important to note that most private health fund benefits expire on December 31st. Make the most of your podiatry benefits to avoid spending money on unused services. Our clinic offers a range of...

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Heel cracks, those pesky fissures on the back of your feet, can be a real bother. They often result from dry skin, pressure, and ill-fitting shoes. Here's how to remedy and prevent them.

First and foremost, hydrate your feet daily with a nourishing foot cream. Apply it at bedtime and wear cotton...

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A heel spur is a bony growth beneath the heel bone, usually stemming from chronic inflammation and strain on the plantar fascia ligament, leading to calcium deposits.

Causes involve chronic foot strain from activities like running, jumping, and prolonged standing, with added risk for overweight...

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A male patient in his 40s came in with a severe fungal nail infection. His big toenails are extensively infected, and he has been dealing with this issue for many years, which has now become a source of significant concern.

Despite attempting various treatments, including laser therapy, he did ...

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A plantar wart is a small, rough growth on the skin caused by a viral infection. They are generally harmless but can be bothersome or painful.

Warts are actually caused by a viral infection of the skin. The most common type of wart is caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Warts can be cont...

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Foot mobilisation therapy (FMT) is a commonly employed technique in podiatry to address musculoskeletal issues and injuries in the lower leg and feet.

Its primary objective is to enhance the efficiency of foot and ankle structures by relieving tension and enhancing joint alignment.

FMT is a h...

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5 months ago
I have seen John a couple of times over the last 3 years. His treatment of my feet, advice and provisioning of orthotics has been very good. I have happily returned to get my new orthotics from him. I have always found him considerate and mindful of the cost implications, explaining options clearly. I can highly recommend him for the care he shows in the treatment of my feet. I have been wearing orthotics for approximately 30 years and have seen 3 other podiatrists over that time.
- Karen M
10 months ago
I have been seeing John for quite a while now and am very happy with the treatment - he is always very friendly and takes the time to explain things. I also had some major toenail surgery done by John and it was very successful - I am very appreciative of the work he has done so far and I am sure to go back to him for more treatment when needed.
- Gerard O
a month ago
Professional, thorough and effective service. John brings a personal and thoughtful touch to every visit.
- Bronwyn B

About us

  • Best Feet Podiatry provides the highest quality in professional, evidence-based treatments of foot and lower leg disorders, delivered with a friendly, caring and confidential service. 

  • We welcome walk-ins on most days but it is best to book an appointment to avoid disappointment.  

  • Eastwood Office
    • Inside Royale Eastwood Medical Centre
    • Address: Level 1/ 2 Rowe St, Eastwood 
    • Phone: 9858 3877 (Please ask for podiatry booking)
    • Online booking

  • We specialise in 
    • Foot and ankle pain 
    • Leg and hip pain
    • Ingrown toenail 
    • Orthotic therapy
    • Fungal infection of skin and nail
    • Corns, Calluses, Warts removal
    • Sports Injury
    • Children's feet
    • Diabetic foot care

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  • (02) 9858 3877


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101/2 Rowe Street
Eastwood NSW 2122

Business Hours

Mon:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tue:8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Wed:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thu:8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Fri:10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sat:8:30 – 11:30 AM
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