If you are experiencing a foot problem, you may be wondering whether you should see a podiatrist and, if so, how to choose the right one for you. Fortunately, there are a few simple considerations that can help you narrow down your choices and find a provider offering Croydon podiatry you can trust.
- Training: You want a podiatrist who’s well-trained in their discipline. All podiatrists in Australia have completed a certain amount of education, but that doesn’t mean that all podiatrists are equal. Some podiatrists have training and skills in specific areas such as sports or paediatrics. Ensure that the podiatrist you choose has the training to help you achieve the best outcome for your unique situation.
- Techniques: The more techniques a podiatrist is familiar with, the better equipped they will be to treat your issues. People respond differently to different treatments; if you don’t respond well to the first one, you want a podiatrist with the experience and skills to be able to try something different or to combine treatments for an effective program.
- Total approach: A good podiatrist understands that they are not just treating a foot or leg issue but a whole person. Taking the time to understand your lifestyle and the factors that may affect your treatment allows your podiatrist to help you more effectively.
At Family & Sports Podiatry, we pride ourselves on our skills, training, and modern equipment and our ability to design personalised treatment plans to help you feel your best. Contact us for a consultation and see what a difference Croydon podiatry can make.
Family & Sports Podiatry at two convenient locations:
1A Grose Street North Parramatta NSW 2151
Parramatta Free Bus shuttle stops outside clinic. Limited free parking on-site. Metered Street parking available.
5 Lackey Street Summer Hill NSW 2130
About 20 metre walking distance from train station. 2-hour free council parking on Hardie Avenue.
How to Choose a Podiatrist and Where to Go for Croydon Podiatry