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Ouch! Corns and Callus on my Feet, Point Cook

written by Steven De Rooy
Ouch!  Corns and Callus on my Feet, Point Cook
OUCH!  Corns and Callus on my Feet Hurt, Point Cook!  Ph. 9395 8205 to Complete Foot Health Podiatry Clinic, Open 6 Days/Week at 17 Dunnings Road, Point Cook can help to reduce your foot pain.  Our practice has 15 years of expertise in treating painful corns and calluses which can affect people of all age groups. Corns and Calluses are thickening of the skin on both the heels and balls of your feet and also the...

I have Heel Pain! What is it and What Can I do? Point Cook

written by Steven De Rooy
I have Heel Pain!  What is it and What Can I do? Point Cook
Heel Pain is seen at Complete Foot Health Podiatry's Clinic (Ph. 9395 8205, Open 6 Days or Book online) in Point Cook Every Day.   It can affect people of all age groups but most commonly those between 40 - 60 years of age. The most common cause of Heel pain is Plantar Fasciitis.  The plantar fascia is a piece of connective tissue which extends from the inside/centre under your heel to the ball of your foot. ...

I have diabetes, how do I look after my feet?

29th Jul 2016
written by Steven De Rooy
I have diabetes, how do I look after my feet?
Have you heard that many people with diabetes end up in hospital because of foot problems? In fact, it is the leading complication of diabetes and the most common cause of hospitalisation for people with diabetes in Australia. Of course, not all foot problems will require a hospital stay as they can vary from minor foot complaints to wounds that don't heal. Serious complications can often be avoided by careful...
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