Every year we have many patients ask us to recommend an appropriate slipper for their foot health needs. Over the past few years we have been researching slippers but have not been 100% satisfied with the slippers on the market. This year we have researched and found an alternative to the humble slipper. Let me…

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The State government recently reviewed their mask mandate. Even though restrictions have been reduced, there are still some areas where the wearing of masks are still mandatory. They include: Required in healthcare settings, residential aged care, disability accommodation, on public transport, in prisons, detention centres, airports and on planes Required for visitors to healthcare settings, but…

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Interferential therapy (IFT) is one of the various types of physical therapy used at ProMed Podiatry Clinic. We use this type of therapy in four clinical applications. This type of therapy helps to relieve pain, stimulate muscles, increase local blood flow, and reduce oedema. Your Podiatrist will place electrodes on your skin around the injured body…

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To our valued ProMed Community In our commitment to the safety of our community, the team at ProMed Podiatry has worked diligently to ensure that all our staff, clients, and visitors to our clinic work within all COVID-19 related health directives. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our clients and their families…

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A big welcome to Kiani! Kiani is the newest face here at ProMed. She is originally from New Zealand but moved to Australia a few years ago with her family. She loves all things travel, new cultures, street food and going on spontaneous adventures with friends. Her biggest dream is to go to Europe and…

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Kasey, one of our wonderful admin team is returning from maternity leave this October! So what has she been doing these past 6 months?? Looking after a baby and a 3 year old along with 300 loads of washing a day. Exciting stuff! Kasey and her husband, Skye, welcomed baby Avery on 10 April 2021.…

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Gout causes and treatment

Gout is a common health condition that can affect a diverse range of people, however, that doesn’t make it any less painful or difficult to have to live with. An attack of gout can occur suddenly, often waking you up in the middle of the night with the sensation that your affected joint is on…

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Winter is here again and with Covid-19 still lurking around we need to keep our immune system in tip top shape. Here are a few of my tips for beating colds and hopefully preventing them in the first place! Zinc – take daily while sick, take weekly to maintain and prevent illness Vitamin C –…

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While Easter normally make you think of chocolate eggs, today I am going to discuss the benefits of eating chicken eggs! Without a doubt, there are a multitude of benefits to eating eggs every day. Not only do eggs provide high quality protein, they also contain 11 vitamins and minerals, omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants.…

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Hi! Here’s a bit more about me and what I like to do! I love Summer so my pool is very much enjoyed especially in the evenings after work for a swim and a drink before dinner watching the sunset. Winter is not my friend so once the pool heater is turned off and the…

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Mothers focus all their time and attention on their children and family, often neglecting their own psychological and physiological health in the process and this usually goes on for the majority of the child’s upbringing and quite often into their adult years. As a mum I find it hard to allow myself the time /money/…

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Well ….. I wish I was 21 again. I am celebrating my 21st year as a Podiatrist. The years have flown by! It is a great opportunity to reflect on what I have learned, the people I have helped and where to from here. What inspired you to become a Podiatrist? Let’s start by saying…

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