Podiatrist Gold Coast | Podiatrist Gold Coast
Our Podiatrists specialise in treating running injuries on the Gold Coast. We also provide the most up to date and expert treatment for conditions of the feet and lower limb. Conditions including plantar fasciitis, achilles tendinopathy and patello-femoral knee pain.
Podiatry Gold Coast, Sports Podiatrist, Foot Doctor, Physiotherapy, Running Podiatrist, Running injuries
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SportsMed Podiatry

We are located within some of Gold Coast’s leading Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Clinics at Bilinga, Burleigh Heads, Broadbeach & Mermaid Waters.

About

If you want Sports Experience, Quality Outcomes, Latest in Treatment protocols and Technology then SportsMed Podiatry is for you.

Services

We focus on the Prevention, Treatment, Management and Quality Outcomes of Running conditions of the feet and the lower limb.

Locations

Working within Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Clinics allows us to have a close working relationship with similar sports minded health practitioners whose primary goal is getting you back to your chosen activity/activities as soon as possible

Latest Posts
  • 7 Common Running Foot Health Mistakes that Runners make

      Not understanding your foot type   It is important to understand your foot type so that you know which of your foot structures may have the potential for overload while running.  This can then help you focus on addressing areas of most importance in......

  • What is a Tarsal Coalition and how can it affect a Runner’s foot?

    A tarsal coalition is where two or more bones within the mid-foot and/or rear-foot are joined together.  The connection can be either osseous (bone), cartilaginous or fibrous.  90% of tarsal coalitions are either talocalcaneal (intra-articular) or calcaneonavicular (extra-articular) (Franson & Baravarian, 2004).  They can cause......

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