Our clinical spaces have been designed to provide the ideal setting for assessment of whatever age or stage our patients are at.
We have a number of podiatrists on staff, each having a special interest in different areas of podiatry care, meaning that we can provide a podiatry service that is specific to you or your family's needs.
Our podiatrists are all active members of the Australia Podiatry Association, have current police checks and Working with Children Checks. We are also one of the few fully accredited podiatry practices and have credentialed paediatric podiatrists (APodA).
Kingston Foot is a registered provided of therapy and relevant assistive technology with the NDIS. We are able to provide assessment, therapy and reports, please contact the clinic to discuss your pre-planning or therapy needs.
Our clinic also stocks medical grade footwear along with a range of foot care products.
Each of our podiatrists are experienced in assessing and treating common podiatry conditions - these include:
It is part of our service to provide appropriate assessment, treatment and advice. Treatment may include: footwear advice, strengthening programs, orthotic therapy, nail surgery and referral to alternative health care practitioners.
When treating children, we are committed to a functional play-based approach.
This is why we have a dedicated paediatric assessment room, allowing us to observe your child in a play-based environment. Our paediatric room has toys, balls, a balance beam, a mini-trampoline and much more. All of this equipment helps us understand how your child's feet and legs work during play.
Our treatment plans include strength and stretching programs, footwear advice, splinting, casting or orthotic therapy.
We are committed to working with your child's healthcare providers where possible, and, in the case of more complex needs, are willing to work with your child's specialist team. We can also assist in organising a specialist referral if needed.
We provide assessments, advice, and treatment on all lower-limb conditions related to dance, including:
Our Dance Podiatry area is overseen by podiatrist, Caitlin Topham.
Caitlin joined Kingston Foot Clinic after four years of full time work with the Australian Ballet, giving her unparalleled experience in this area. She has worked closely with all of Australia's leading dance shoe providers, as well as having taught Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, and Pointe classes herself at various dance schools.
Caitlin provides continuing education on Dance Podiatry for fellow health professionals, so you can rest assured that you are receiving the best possible treatment and advice available.