Our VISION is providing exceptional running patient care and treatment.
Our MISSION is to get you back to your running passion as fast as we can as well as put in place preventative measures so we hopefully never see you again (in a nice, friendly way!).
There are 7 main steps during your rehabilitation journey…
1. Thorough Patient & Injury history and establishment of your goals
2. Diagnosis, education of the condition and decision on imaging
3. Biomechanical assessment and education of contributing factors
4. Implementation and planning of treatment
5. Treatment and advancement of rehabilitation program
6. Collaboration with allied health and medical professionals
7. Communication and availability outside of treatment consult
Our 5 Core Values & what sets us apart…
1. PATIENT FOCUSED
We pride ourselves on taking the time to get to know you as a runner, your injury history and your running goals. Each individual has their own unique presentation of a condition as well as challenges and obstacles to overcome to reach their goals.
We practice what we preach and live and breathe staying fit and healthy. We also work all day, every day within a running, sports and health environment. This is contagious for accumulating knowledge and experience in this special area of Podiatry.
We are open, honest, ethical and genuine in our approach to treatment. We will not place you into orthotics unless 100% necessary and can clearly demonstrate the need for them to speed your recovery and help prevent further re-lapses. If you do require them then we back ourselves by offering you a comfort guarantee.
We work side by side with Physiotherapists and other allied health professionals which improves communication and outcomes. We also pride ourselves on our communication methods with allied health and medical professionals.
We use the latest technology for education about your body, treatment and implementing exercises. We also have an innovative and unique patient communication ecosystem to ensure better communication between patient and practitioner to aid in better patient outcomes.