Biomechanics is a study of the way you walk and move

Podiatrists are trained to identify abnormalities or problematic walking patterns and determine if your muscles, joints and nerves are functioning proficiently.  As these issues are often the cause of underlying short or long-term problems, we provide options to treat and correct them.

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Frequently asked questions

What happens during a biomechanical assessment?

Our podiatrists will assess the structure, alignment, movement and strength of your lower limbs.

What should I wear?

To undertake an assessment we need to see from your knees down to your feet. This may include wearing shorts, leggings, loose fitting pants or a skirt.

What should I bring with me?

Bring the footwear that you commonly wear, both in and out of the home, to assist with our assessment.

Your biomechanic specialists

Our podiatrists are qualified to complete a comprehensive biomechanical assessment and will refer you to more specialist services should they identify the need.

Karmen Krasic

Karmen Krasic

Director / Podiatrist

Kathleen O'Brien

Kathleen O'Brien

Director / Podiatrist

Ready to Make a Change?

We look forward to the opportunity of helping you put your best feet forward and getting you back to doing what you love, pain free.