Podiatry Oxley

A team of experienced podiatrists to help get you back on your feet.

You may not realise how important it is to care for your feet and lower legs. These highly complex structures do all they can to keep you up and moving, and need specific attention and care to keep you performing at your best.


How Podiatry May Help You

A podiatrist, an allied health practitioner, focuses on treating conditions that affect the feet and lower legs. If you have pain or discomfort in your feet or lower legs that stop you from moving around as you’d like, seeing a podiatrist may be of great benefit to you.


Two main types of podiatry are general foot care, and biomechanical podiatry (for sore feet and legs). Capital Podiatry focuses on biomechanical podiatry, a hands-on approach that is different from other podiatrists. We recognise that every person’s feet are different and we use the biomechanical podiatry methods to help you get back on your feet.

Treatment Techniques

Capital Podiatry near Oxley provides tailored treatment plans to ensure you get the best possible treatment. Depending on your specific needs and goals, this may include foot mobilisation, shockwave treatment, dry needling, and biomechanical assessments. Additionally, unlike many general podiatrists, we use hands-on therapy so that we get a real feel for your concerns and make sure we address them as efficiently as we can.

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Our Podiatry Services Near Oxley


Orthotics are far from a one-size-fits-all approach. We use the latest technology to design and 3D print custom orthotics that support the natural shape of your feet, made just for you and only you.


Shockwave therapy stimulates the body’s own processes in an effort to treat conditions such as shin splints, inflamed ligaments, plantar fasciitis, and more. The aim of shockwave therapy is to accelerate healing without the need for medication, needles, or surgery.


Warts are much more common than you may have thought. The Swift Microwave Therapy, which Capital Podiatry uses, is a new technology that speeds up the removal of warts.


If not treated properly, ingrown toenails can cause pain and even infection. Ingrown toenail surgery can be a great option for you if you have a persistent ingrown toenail/s.

What We Treat


Whether your heel and foot pain is the result of high-impact exercise, tight muscles, or even your walking style, we conduct a thorough examination to determine any issues and identify which treatment/s may be beneficial for you.


When you’re an active person who loves to run, pain during or after running can really get you down. Our tailored treatment for running pain will include gait analysis, mobilisation, as well as customised remedial exercises.


Fungal nails– an infection of the nail, nail bed, and nail plate– can take months to control if left untreated. Capital Podiatry may be able to offer a Lunula Laser treatment. We can also trim your toenails and prevent the infection from spreading.


Plantar warts (tender lesions that are found at the bottom of the feet) can be painful. Swift Microwave Therapy is the most effective wart treatment technology in the world. We aim to treat warts in as little as 30 minutes.


Ingrown toenails can be painful and may even become chronic, meaning the ingrown nail keeps recurring. Ingrown nails can cause serious complications, especially for those with diabetes. If you get to the point where you can’t wear some of your shoes and/or your condition becomes chronic, we provide ingrown toenail surgery which may take as little as 45 minutes.


Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of pain in the heel. Plantar fasciitis is a condition where the thick band of tissue connecting the heel and the toes becomes inflamed. This causes pain near the heel that can often be worse in the morning. There are many treatment choices, but custom orthotics might be an option to help distribute the pressure more evenly.


Bunions, which are bumps on the joint located between the big and little toes, can sometimes be found on the opposite part of your little tip. There are two main options for treatment: custom orthotics and foot mobilisation.


Achilles tendonitis, otherwise known as tendonitis of the heel, tends to cause pain, tenderness, or swelling that may reduce your range of motion and flexibility. We will assess your symptoms, goals, and lifestyle to develop a personalised treatment plan.

Why Choose Capital Podiatry?

At Capital Podiatry near Oxley, most of our patients come to see us with painful feet and legs.We examine the movement and function of your lower legs and feet, including the bones and joints. We know that if you’re in pain it can affect your day-to-day life and keep you from doing what you love. We treat running, walking, leg, and foot pain.

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